An Updated Guide On Making games for The PinePhone with G Develop 5

I’ve learned a lot about manual compilation since my last guide concerning making games for the PinePhone with G Develop 5, and as such, this it’s time to give you all an updated guide, on how you can package your G Develop 5 games for Mobile Linux. We are still going to focus on AppImagesContinue reading “An Updated Guide On Making games for The PinePhone with G Develop 5”

Installing Mobian on the Pinephone. A Guide and Review

Hey everyone! Thanks for checking out my guide / review of Installing Mobian on the Pinephone! The process we’re going to follow is going to be pretty much the same as we did to try out Manjaro Phosh beta 10 ( https://fossingularity.com/2021/05/31/installing-manjaro-phosh-beta-10-on-the-pinephone/ ). Grab – An SD card A USB C cord A copy ofContinue reading “Installing Mobian on the Pinephone. A Guide and Review”

Installing Manjaro Plasma Beta 5 on The Pinephone

How does Plasma currently stack up against the competition? Honestly? Pretty well. Plasma’s UI is still a piece of beauty to behold in the world of open source UIs for mobile Linux. Window-display is still slightly buggy, but rotating your phone to landscape and back is generally good enough to fix this. The installation processContinue reading “Installing Manjaro Plasma Beta 5 on The Pinephone”

ExpidusOS Test release 1 Pinephone Review

EpidusOS is a new cross-platform Linux OS forked from Void Linux, currently equipped with the XFCE desktop, brought to us by Midstall Software. ExpidusOS Homepage – https://expidusos.com/ ExpidusOS Github – https://github.com/ExpidusOS Midstall Software website – https://www.midstall.com/ A Work in Progress – ExpidusOS presents a refreshing break from the usual three desktop environments present on mobileContinue reading “ExpidusOS Test release 1 Pinephone Review”

A look at the Pine64 Pinephone dock internals

Hey everyone! If you’re like me at all, you’re curious about the internal workings of every piece of tech you see. That’s why I decided to open the Pine dock to see if it had any modification potential. As a preface, I am not responsible for any damage you cause to yourself or your tools.Continue reading “A look at the Pine64 Pinephone dock internals”

Installing Manjaro Phosh Beta 10 on The Pinephone

The good the bad, and the installation process. To do this, you’re going to want to grab five things. A USB-C cord to plug your phone into your computer A Micro SD card that’s at least 8gb A copy of Jumpdrive from – https://github.com/dreemurrs-embedded/Jumpdrive/releases A copy of BalenaEtcher from – https://www.balena.io/etcher/ A copy of ManjaroContinue reading “Installing Manjaro Phosh Beta 10 on The Pinephone”

How to create a game or app for Mobile Linux using G Develop 5

To start off, you are going to want to have a project folder to make a build from, ready to go in G Develop. I already had a test build of a project I’d been working on ready, but you can always test this with one of G Develops sample projects they provide. Now let’sContinue reading “How to create a game or app for Mobile Linux using G Develop 5”

Best Arm64/Aarch64 Apps that run well-to-great on The Pine64 Pinephone

Note: Apps tested on Pinephone Community Edition 32gb/3gb ram running Manjaro Arm with latest updates as of 5/28/21 Preinstalled Apps were generally not mentioned as you will be aware of their existence simply by using your phone. Warpinator – https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.x.Warpinator Warpinator is used to send files between devices connected to the same wifi network, runningContinue reading “Best Arm64/Aarch64 Apps that run well-to-great on The Pine64 Pinephone”