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Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group to deal with providing "differentiation without fragmentation"

0. phoneArena 25 Jun 2013, 14:37 posted on

When we talked to Canonical's Pat McGowan last month, the overall idea that we got was that Ubuntu Touch is aiming to avoid the same issues that many have criticized Android for, most importantly in offering carriers and manufacturers options to customize and differentiate Ubuntu without causing "fragmentation". We contacted Pat about the newly formed Carrier Advisory Group for Ubuntu Touch, and he says that will be a main focus of the group...

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posted on 25 Jun 2013, 15:45 1

1. WHoyton1 (Posts: 1619; Member since: 21 Feb 2013)


I love Ubuntu!!!

posted on 25 Jun 2013, 17:42

3. fuhrer (Posts: 13; Member since: 29 Apr 2013)


I love "open source"!!! n freedom
(^_*)

posted on 25 Jun 2013, 16:02 1

2. kozza3 (Posts: 574; Member since: 17 Oct 2012)


i hate how these idiot OEMs built their skins into the framework

what a bunch of morons

posted on 25 Jun 2013, 18:36 2

4. g2a5b0e (Posts: 2169; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)


That is such a silly thing to say. So many carrier overlay features were eventually incorporated into stock Android that the OS wouldn't be what it is today if they had never existed. Google encouraged it all along. If you don't like them, go buy a Nexus. Simple as that.

posted on 25 Jun 2013, 19:04 1

5. kozza3 (Posts: 574; Member since: 17 Oct 2012)


no

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posted on 25 Jun 2013, 21:58

7. Darkerm (Posts: 130; Member since: 31 Jan 2012)


They are not Skin but they Completely a new version of Android when OMEs built them.
BTW, I hope someday OMEs will provied stockfeature+thheir Feature in Future.

posted on 25 Jun 2013, 20:05

6. mottykels (Posts: 371; Member since: 15 May 2013)


I hate ubuntu desktop its so hard to use :/

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