Ubuntu Touch OTA-10 Is Now Available For Testing
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 10 August 2019 at 10:23 AM EDT. 6 Comments
UBUNTU --
For those with extra time on their hands over the weekend and having a spare Ubuntu Touch supported mobile device, Ubuntu Touch OTA-10 is now available in testing form.

Ubuntu Touch OTA-10 has fixes around Google sign-in support, wireless display fixes, 4G/5G icons added, a new boot-splash image for selected devices (Fairphone 2 and Nexus 5), fixing camera support for some Android 7.1 devices, support for sound on Android 7.1 devices, and a variety of other fixes and minor enhancements.

If all goes well with the user testing, Ubuntu Touch OTA-10 is slated for release next week. More details on UBports.com.
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