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We're going to install Ubuntu Touch on our Nexus device

Installing Ubuntu Touch

What is Ubuntu Touch? Canonical says "The Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview is intended to be used for development and evaluation purposes only. It is an experimental development snapshot that can potentially brick your device." The whole process takes about thirty minutes.

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Loved the show on the Raspberry Pi and XBMC. I have had it running on my Pi for a few weeks now and have been watching lots of programming through the TWiT add-on. One feature you didn't mention that I love is the ability to use your TV remote to navigate the interface (including seek/play/pause/stop) using CEC [Consumer Electronics Control] over the HDMI cable.

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