Ubuntu Phone Jailbreak Now Available, Third-Party App Store Created
Latest IT & C News: Ubuntu Phone Jailbreak Now Available, Third-Party App Store Created
Believe it or not, Ubuntu Phones can be jailbroken too, sort of. In a recent blog post, Ubuntu Touch OS developer Michael Zanetti explains how he managed to create a third-part App Store for the Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system that will allow open some doors power users and developers who want to explore the platform beyond what’s offered to the normal user.
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