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I wish that plasma mobile worked on the fairphone 2

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@JarlavGrenlandUpir

Not what I have found, I do hope that I just suck at searching - as always :)

@selea I do love the idea of PostmarketOS, now i regeat selling my Microsoft Lumia 950xl, since there is someone working on PostmarketOS support for that phone. Kinda want to buy 950xl again, only hope the maintainer finds a way to get the camera app working on PostmarketOS, would be ashame to lose the camera quality

@JarlavGrenlandUpir

Yeah me too!
Oh the 950xl is nice phone! But I think it would only gather dust --- as my 8 other motorola phones lol..

@selea yeah, would be a fun experiment tho. The lumia 950xl was kinda dommed from the start. released with a bad soc (sd 810), Microsoft failing to deliver om promises and Microsoft failing on creating UWP apps and as usual the 3-party devs manags to make better uwp apps the microsoft. I did buy it for the camera. In 2015 android and ios camera was a joke.

@JarlavGrenlandUpir @selea

Seriously...there is someone working on that support?

I actually have one stored away...rarely used and...well... apparently waiting for something like that πŸ˜…πŸ‘

Thanks

@hrodnand
here is the link wiki.postmarketos.org/wiki/Mic there are some stuff that are still broken, but worth trying it out and maybe contribute to the project. let me know how it gose for you ;) i really want to know how it is.
@selea

@JarlavGrenlandUpir

Thanks!
I will have a closer look...and report...if there is going to be anything to report. ;)

@selea

@:debian:πšœπšŽπš•πšŽπšŠ:trisquel: I thnk the problem with FP2 and postmarketOS is lack of support for hw accelleration, so your performance with plasma/hildon/phosh will be quite bad. BTW. do you know of any FP2 compatible keyboard? I am looking for something small, prefferably attachable on usb or bluetooth to use my phone as pocket temrinal.
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