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I highly suggest giving a try on your !

It's by far the most stable and feature complete distro I've tried thus far. ...And I really didn't expect to be impressed & certainly didn't think I would like it more than (being the simp that I am).

No distro is perfected for this device as of yet, but this is by far the best candidate to make it a viable daily-driver at this moment.

mobian-project.org/

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The 'Exceptions' section lists the pain points you may encounter. The camera is a problem for every distro I've read about.

wiki.mobian-project.org/doku.p

@gemlog a promising camera development here: reddit.com/r/PINE64official/co

I had been prepping for my in the weeks before it arrived by dusting off the old Canon camera, and it was actually really nice! I had forgotten how nice dedicated cameras are :)

@self I had the same kind of thought a while back when ppl were somehow comparing pine and fair phones. The price gap is tremendous. I reasoned that one could buy a pine phone AND a decent DSLR for the same money! :-)
Mind you, at this point, we wait for the pine to be fully functional, that's true.

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the advantage with mobian, as with all distro linux, is that over time everything improves

@self I've been using Mobian on my PinePhone for the past week and it's great! If I didn't need some specific apps on my android phone and a little more battery life, I could no doubt use it as a daily driver

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