Ok, so I would like to know if it is possible to run ubuntu on a tablet. I have a cheap chinese made tablet based on AV-P8088 and runs android 2.2, what are the chances I can get ubuntu to run on it?
Hi, I bought a chinese tablet, but i had a problem... it was stuck on Android LOGO....
So i flashed FaastJB on the tablet and it worked...
Well it almost worket...
The tablet now loads into android, but now i dont have touch screen, wireless etc..
I have a photos of the tablet so maybe you guys can help me out.
I have this at home and can't use it for nothing...
I want to have an Ubuntu tablet, however, I cannot get one pre-installed. My understanding is that I need to get an unlocked tablet and then install the Ubuntu ROM (seems simple enough on the web cite). So I need to buy a tablet that is good for Ubuntu.
When I first read the recommended specs, I saw 4GB of RAM and 4 core A15 CPU.
Hey guys I've been in and out of the transformer forums mainly because I like where I'm at on my tf300. But since the release of Ubuntu tablet, I was thinking, Could our tablet support a port (or direct build) of Ubuntu tablet?
Hi folks, I am new here and pretty new to Android I have purchased a Chinese made (arent they all) Tablet, A AMPE A10QC running JB 4.1.2.
I have been trying to connect to my wireless router which does NOT have WPS but the tablet seems to connect either using a pasword or on an open system with no security.
Innovative Converged Devices (ICD) is prepping an 11.2-inch, Android-based & Gemini& tablet that blows away the iPad on specs, says Engadget. Meanwhile, HP has tipped more details on its Slate tablet, which may run Android, and Nokia is rumored to be readying a tablet that runs the Linux-based MeeGo....
I have an Android ASUS Slider tablet. I have successfully installed UBUNTU to an 8GB thumb drive. I would like to boot into the thumb drive the same way I do with a windows system except I would like to do this with my Android tablet.
Other than the expensive Thinkpad x61 (tablet version) and other than wierd android tablet hacking, is there a proper tablet (or tablet laptop) I can purchase that works with fedora (like a normal computer?)
Ubuntu Touch description says it is for tablet. I have a tablet, but it is 11inch big with a pedestal and for 70% of the time I am sitting straight in front of it with a seperate keyboard, doing LibreOffice speadsheet editing, GIMP and a lot of console programming work.
I'm looking for some experienced eyes to scan through the partition info of a CyberNav tablet that I've mucked up by being very stupid. The CyberNav is a cheap Chinese GPS/Android tablet. It works great, or rather worked great until I very stupidly left it attached to my computer after downloading a track of my latest dirtbiking exploits.