Install Ubuntu on Andriod
- Turn USB storage ON then copy over the Ubuntu folder to the root directory of your SD card.
- make sure you have your Android smartphone/tablet “rooted”
- You must have Android SDK installed or have access to adb.exe.
- Make sure your Android phone/tablet is in debugging mode.[Go to Settings->Applications->Development and make sure USB Debugging is checked ON.]
- Connect your Android device to your computer via USB cable and set the USB mode to “Just Charge”.
- Your Android device should be recognized as “ADB Device” under Device Manager. If not, install appropriate drivers.
- Open up a command prompt by typing “cmd” under Start->Search programs and files.
- Browse to your SDK directory where you installed the Android SDK:
- Then go into platform-tools directory:
- Type “adb devices” to double-check your Android device is recognized.
- Type “adb shell” to enter the Android shell.
- Then type “su” to enter super user mode, then type “cd /sdcard” and “cd ubuntu” to enter the ubuntu directory in your SD card of your Android device.
- Next, type “sh ubuntu.sh” to run the script which will basically get your Ubuntu image ready to run on your Android smartphone/tablet.
- Type “bootubuntu” to enter Ubuntu. (Next time you enter Ubuntu, you just need to type “bootubuntu” from your/sdcard/ubuntu directory, no need to run ubuntu.sh again.
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