[ubuntu-uk] More phone problems/observations
linuxman at avoura.com
Fri Apr 10 20:45:53 UTC 2015
I fixed the USB to PC connection issue. I had tried it in Ubuntu 12.04
and Mint, both installed on the same PC, but still no luck with
accessing the phone.
Then I went back into Ubuntu 14.04, and put the phone onto a long USB
cable into the PC instead of the USB hub and now it works -- no idea why
it would not work on the hub when other devices worked okay.
Overall, I am pleased with the Ubuntu Phone -- but today I was out and
using the phone, went online a bit, took some photos, and then it ran
out of power. The battery was fully charged before I went out, so
battery is quite weak. I shall have to buy a new USB portable power
supply -- I had one before but it stopped working.
On 09/04/15 19:29, Gareth France wrote:
> Can you try it on another Ubuntu install? Live disc?
> On 09/04/15 19:28, David King wrote:
>> Yes, no problem now adding contacts from received calls.
>> But still my Ubuntu PC cannot connect to the Ubuntu Phone when connected
>> via USB.
>> David King
>> On 09/04/15 19:05, Gareth France wrote:
>>> I love the fact going to advanced setting in Dekko just brings up a
>>> message saying 'not implemented'.
>>> It looks like the option to share a URL via messaging is there but the
>>> issues with copy and paste are well known and being worked on. I have
>>> just tried it and was able to load the browser, click on the url, the
>>> full url is displayed highlighted. I then hold down on the highlighted
>>> address and the option to copy was presented. However I can't see any
>>> way to paste and email it as you say.
>>> Did you figure out adding contacts in the end?
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