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Sxmo: Simple X Mobile - A Pinephone UI that is simple and suckless
Sxmo, or Simple X Mobile, is a collection of simple and suckless X programs and scripts used together to create a fully functional mobile UI adhering to the Unix philosophy for the Pinephone. You control the UI largely through using the Pinephone buttons (press different numbers of times quickly for different actions) and swipe gestures.

Does anyone use their Pinephone as a portable rasPi like device with built in screen, battery, and modems?
I just ordered the new 3gb one and am thinking it’s gonna be a portable media center/game emulator (maybe?) for social times. Maybe even as a portable piHole? Or maybe it can do simple local work to upload to a web server

Would you want a killswitch for the fingerprint scanner PinePhone is developing?
PinePhone is currently prototyping a fingerprint scanner that goes on the back of the phone. I'm just curious, how important would a dedicated killswitch be for you? Also, a bit of a tangent, but how do you feel about the fact that the killswitches are hidden behind the back cover instead of easily reachable on the side like the Librem?

For Ubuntu Touch and other Linux Phone OS. [Source code can be found here]( This is seriously one of the best apps available and easily rivals Android heavy weights such as OSMAnd.

Pinephone: Postmarket OS edition
I'd really like to order this, but the website says "Linux Enthusiasts only." Do you guys think this means that its only for developers/programmers?

PostmarketOS + Phosh

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