Thanks to the Linux deployment team now the great wall separating android users from kali has weakened and fallen. It has been a long journey integrating Linux system on advanced RISC machine devices. It started with Ubuntu and now we have a Kali version that can run on your android device. Isn't that great? Great indeed.
In a recent article, we talked about android emulators for Ubuntu or Linux in general. Most of the time we need to play a game or try some applications on android or even when we don’t have a smartphone we opt to use an emulator to try applications. A fan on facebook let us know about Anbox and asked for the tutorial on Anbox installation in Linux. So here you have how to install Anbox in Linux.
Android, the most-used mobile operating system worldwide with tons of users, daily updates, releases and much more. So what if we could run some Android applications on your Linux distro? Play your android preferred game on a bigger screen? In this Article, we will talk about a few available (but good) Android Emulators that allow us to run android in Linux. But first, let us see some android statistics.
Are you interested in writing android apps? Well, Google has worked really hard to make doing this as simple as it can be. Previously, you needed to download Eclipse and the Android Developer Tools separately and getting it to work was quite a hassle. With Android Studio, Google has provided a very simple and straightforward tool needed to start developing Android apps.
We often need to transfer large amount data in the form of mp3 Songs, Video Songs, Movies and most importantly, large Games between android phones/tablets and Linux machine. Transferring via USB cable takes time, so let's do it with 'Airdroid' easily and quickly.
Popular messaging service WhatsApp over 700 million monthly active users has now launched a new services called WhatsApp web. "Today, for the first time, millions of you will have the ability to use WhatsApp on your web browser", Jan Koun, founder of WhatsApp posted on facebook. Let's see how to use this on our PC or Chromebook.
Hello, Friends. I am very happy writing this post, introducing myself and most importantly introducing my blog. I don't have a very long introduction because I am a student, graduating in Commerce. Well I think I forgot to tell you my name Yeah! So My name is Mohd Sohail and this is the final year of my graduation. I have also completed a diploma in Computer Application (DCA) and I've a Certificate of Course on Computer Concept (CCC). I've been very interested in technology since I got my first PC in 2004. I learnt a lot of things from my brother who is currently working with Google. I like surfing Internet and reading other blogs and solving problems. Now talking about my blog as I am starting this blog because I think there are uncountable people who have plenty of the problems as I had especially in Linux. Linux has been stable, secure and beautiful operating system that gives freedom to explore more. With Linux there has been problems (other systems do have problems). But we have solutions too and the only thing is to have knowledge and a bit of time for reading a good article.
Here on linuxandubuntu.com I will be providing the solutions of the common problems that we always have with new applications and I will be doing reviews of the latest Applications especially Ubuntu Applications (because Ubuntu is widely used). I will first test them on my PC or Laptop and then will give you my views on that particular application. If anyone has any questions can ask by simply commenting below the post. I'll be there to answer your questions.
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