After announcing a few weeks ago the availability of a dedicated image for installing and running Plasma Mobile on PCs and virtual machines, KDE now posted info on how to install it on a mobile phone.
If you want to try something new on your Android smartphone, the KDE Project provides the community with not one but two methods for installing its Plasma Mobile, a full-featured software system for mobile devices.
The first method uses postmarketOS, a pre-configured Alpine Linux-based GNU/Linux distribution optimized for touchscreens and designed to offer KDE’s Plasma Mobile as a choice of desktop environment/user interface on top of the Wayland display server.
The advantage of the postmarketOS method is that it offers Plasma Mobile for Android smartphones running the mainline kernel, including LG Nexus 5, Sony’s Xperia Z2 tablet, and Google… (read more)
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