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WayDroid lets you run Android apps on Linux phones (with smoother performance than Anbox)

Smartphones are basically pocket-sized computers running mobile-friendly operating systems. And folks who want to run a free and open source GNU/Linux distribution on their phones get the advantages of a hackable, customizable OS that can run desktop Linux applications as well as mobile apps. But the selection of mobile-optimized Linux apps is still rather small, […]

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KDE Plasma Mobile ends Halium support, shifts focus to phones running mainline Linux kernel, en

Folks have been finding way to run GNU/Linux distributions on smartphones for years. But it’s only in the past few years that phone makers have started to produce phones designed to run operating systems that use a mainline Linux kernel. So projects like Halium arose to simplify the process of getting a Linux-based operating system […]