Ubuntu OTA-10 Finally Brings VPN Support To Ubuntu Phones/Tablets
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 6 April 2016 at 10:33 AM EDT. 4 Comments
UBUNTU --
Ubuntu's OTA-10 over-the-air update began rolling out this morning to Ubuntu Phone/Tablet users.

With Ubuntu OTA-10 there is finally VPN support! But currently no PPTP support... At least though the Ubuntu Phone VPN support is making progress. Ubuntu OTA-10 also ships with a new calendar app but lacking support for iCal, a new GPS navigation client, and the Dekko email client.

Ubuntu OTA-10 also has improvements to the first-run wizard, various web browser improvements, Japanese keyboard support, scope filters, and other enhancements -- including some security fixes.

Fire up your Ubuntu Phone/Tablet to get the OTA-10 update. More details on OTA-10 can be found via the Wiki release notes.
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