The Linux Android emulator Anbox is now officially supported on the Librem 5 (earlier post here). This is a really cool development for people who would like to transition to a Linux phone, but cannot completely leave Android behind for some reason. As important as the emulation, it provides container/sandboxing features too, so running Android apps on Anbox gives users more control than they have on a native Android phone.
Thanks a lot for the info. This will definitely help transitioning to a linux phone, at least for me and my coming evergreen librem 5. On the other I have switched to /e/ for the waiting period and I find it so cool that I have started deploying it among my family. So I think I will keep on supporting both!
If you are using /e/ you ARE using a Linux phone! Android is based on Linux!
true, like IOS phone are UNIX phone. I meant “trusted” linux phone
2 octobre 2020 11:13 “Rik via /e/ community” <email@example.com> a écrit:
well, i am not an expert, but are iOS and Android not different in their origins, since Android is open-source, and iOS is not?
at least more knowledgeable… Keep on educate me :). Let say I feel safer with /e/ or pureos and their purpose.
2 octobre 2020 13:09 “Rik via /e/ community” <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit:
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