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You can use the latest version of {{AUR|bitpim-release}} for these phones. Make sure you run Bitpim as root and everything should work.
 
You can use the latest version of {{AUR|bitpim-release}} for these phones. Make sure you run Bitpim as root and everything should work.
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==Installing archlinux onto phone==
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[http://rubiojr.rbel.co/hack/2013/01/10/installing-arch-linux-in-your-android-phone-chroot/ People have installed archlinux onto phones], however it is unclear to me how to get a nice GUI for mobile phones, and android applications going. Also, phones need to be secure.

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Notes: please use the first argument of the template to provide more detailed indications. (Discuss in Talk:Mobile phone#)

iPhone

You will need libimobiledevice-gitAUR and libgpod-gitAUR compiled with afc support. You can use the ifuse-gitAUR to mount your iPod or if you use GNOME you can compile Gvfs with the option --with-afc [1].

For more info see the iPod page.

CDMA

CDMA includes phones on Samsung, LG, Sanyo, and more.

Right now there is no easy way to use CDMA phones. The best option is Bitpim.

You can use the latest version of bitpim-releaseAUR for these phones. Make sure you run Bitpim as root and everything should work.

Installing archlinux onto phone

People have installed archlinux onto phones, however it is unclear to me how to get a nice GUI for mobile phones, and android applications going. Also, phones need to be secure.