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Re: Can't load Ubuntu - M10 FHD


Do let me/us know how you get on with it, I've been debating when to take the plunge and flash mine....

On 05/06/17 16:53, Chan Ju Ping wrote:
Finally managed to get the ubports image flashing on my M10 FHD!

Thanks for the MDT method and the clear instructions. I will get on with the
Patreon sponsoring ASAP.

On Thursday, 11 May 2017 19:39:40 +08 Chan Ju Ping wrote:
Thing is it is incredibly difficlt to enter recovery.

I hold down power and vol-down as this guide suggests:


And it is only after 10 minutes or so that it enters the bootloader screen.
Even so, running fastboot devices returns nothing.

What is the consistent way to get it to recognise fastboot, and thereafter,
if I have "frieza-image-stable-8.zip", is the right command "fastboot flash
recovery frieza-image-stable-8.zip" ?

On Thursday, 11 May 2017 5:32:22 PM +08 linuxgehtned@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Or better fastboot. German Ubuntuusers wiki describes fine.

Am Donnerstag, 11. Mai 2017 11:29:39 CEST schrieb

Recovery mode, look online or try key kombination of bq 4.5, documented

some sites.


Am Donnerstag, 11. Mai 2017 11:24:23 CEST schrieb Chan Ju Ping

What do I do if I can't boot into Ubuntu to do an adb
connection? Is there a
way to flash the image to my tablet?

On Thursday, 11 May 2017 11:43:43 AM +08 Chan Ju Ping wrote:
Great! Thanks!

On Thursday, 11 May 2017 6:38:33 AM +08 NeoTheThird wrote:
The UBports image for the M10 should be ready soon, until
then, you can

just try flashing the bq image:

on /

On 10.05.2017 05:59, Chan Ju Ping wrote:
My M10 displays "powered by ubuntu" white screen when it
boots up, then

goes to the progress bar load for Ubuntu but stops there.

I switched to the dev channel and it seems this is what I am

What can I do to make it functional again? Are the
community ports for

M10 ready to roll yet? Even in an alpha capacity?

A. James Lewis (james@xxxxxxxxxx)
"Engineering does not require science. Science helps a lot but people
built perfectly good brick walls long before they knew why cement works."

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