Sailfishin pystyy nyt asentamaan Android laittelle, mutta versio ei ole vielä kovin vakaa ja sisältää bugeja. Asennus siis omalla vastuulla. Myöskään kaikki Android laitteet eivät ole vielä tuettuja.
Itseasiassa tällä hetkellä ainoa tuettu Andoroid laite on Google Nexus 4, mutta lähiaikoina myös Samsung Galaxy S3(4G) tulee myös saamaan Sailfishin. Muistakaa, että tämä on vasta ensimmäisiä versioita, joten ei kannata odottaa vielä kauheasti tältä, mutta jos haluat sitä kokeilla niin mikäs siinä.
Emme ota minkäänlaista vastuuta, jos puhelimesi rikkoutuu tämän vuoksi. Teet sen siis omalla vastuullasi.
Seuraavasta kuvasta näet, mitkä toiminnot toimivat ja missä laitteissa.
Image Credit: Mariano Flotron
Dear early adopter of SailfishOS for Android devices.
We’re kicking off today by publishing the first Early Adopter Release of
SailfishOS (22.214.171.124) for Nexus 4 (mako) to early adopters. Please make sure
to read this whole e-mail through.
Later we’ll be publishing images for Samsung Galaxy S III LTE (i9305) and
we’ll be delivering updated images as we go along for each device as
hardware support improves. This is just the beginning.
We are also working on the SailfishOS hardware adaptation development kit,
which describes how to port SailfishOS to existing CyanogenMod 10.1 devices.
Later versions of CM will be supported eventually. We’ll publish the HADK in
the next few weeks if everything goes well.
This installation image is for early adopters only, meaning we know that
some things are not functional or perhaps even broken — please see release
notes below. We think it’s worth sharing already now to get all of you
properly included in the early stages of the project.
We want to build a community around SailfishOS for Android devices that is
based on mutual trust and respect for what we are all doing. Hence — we ask
that whenever you do screenshots, videos, forum or blog posts (and we’re
happy if you do!) or the like, you emphasise that this is an
under-development snapshot and not a final product release.
It is important for Jolla that the correct expectations are set for those
who might be users of the final product — and that they understand what
they see is not a released product.
WARNING: Modifying or replacing your device’s software may void your
device’s warranty, lead to data loss, hearing loss, hair loss, financial
loss, privacy loss, security breaches, or other damage, and therefore must
be done entirely at your own risk. No one affiliated with this project is
responsible for your actions but yourself. Good luck.
NOTE: You will lose your on-device data, so make a proper backup.
To install this release of SailfishOS on a Nexus 4 device:
* Install adb and fastboot
a. Debian/Ubuntu: apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot
b. Fedora: yum install android-tools c. Mac OS X: Install Homebrew from
http://brew.sh/, then: brew install android-platform-tools d. Windows: See
http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Doc:_fastboot_intro for instructions
* Install Android 4.2.2 (JDQ39) to your Nexus 4 a. Instructions here:
b. Download links can be found here:
* Download CyanogenMod 10.1.3 for your Nexus 4 a. The file you want to
download is cm-10.1.3-mako.zip b. Download links can be found here:
* Download the SailfishOS for Android image for ”mako”
a. The file you want to download is
* Install CyanogenMod 10.1.3 on your Nexus 4 a. Follow the instructions at:
* After flashing the ”cm-10.1.3-mako.zip” file, flash the SailfishOS .zip
file in the same way (”on top of it”)
* Reboot bootloader, SailfishOS should boot and be visible
We can recommend reading through http://jolla.com/guide/ — some parts may
not apply to Nexus 4
If you want to go back to normal CyanogenMod:
a. Boot into recovery mode
b. Choose ”Wipe data / factory reset”
c. Flash cm-10.1.3-mako.zip
d. (to go back to SailfishOS, flash the SailfishOS .zip on top of it)
To SSH into your device via USB (Linux)
1. Enable remote connection in Settings->System->Developer mode 2. Set your
USB interface on host machine to IP 192.168.2.2 3. ssh email@example.com 4.
Use the password from developer mode to log in 5. Use the ’devel-su’ command
with the same password in order to gain root 6. To SSH over WLAN, use IP
listed in developer mode under ”WLAN IP address”
Release notes and Known issues for Early Adopter Release 1 for mako/Nexus 4:
* We have a subtle watermark underneath the UI at all times stating
”SailfishOS development software” ”This is not production quality”.
Developer mode is activated at all times.
* Modem and related functionality works, 3G data, SMS but no call audio
(comes in next release). There has been no throughout testing of telephony
related functionality (roaming, airplane mode, data counters,
etc) and any use of this functionality is at your own risk.
* Sensors, Device clock/alarms, Reset device, Bluetooth, USB control + MTP,
Bluetooth, WLAN hotspot, Camera (photography, video recording), and video
playback is not supported in this release.
* Jolla account / Store is removed from the image due to problems with
registering with Jolla infrastructure.
* The image SW is not currently upgradeable, nor is any typically licensed
multimedia codecs (MP3, etc), HERE maps, Android application compatibility
layer, or word prediction for virtual keyboard preinstalled.
* After returning from suspend, UI may be slow for a moment. It is not
possible to double-tap to wake up the device. Power button may fail to wake
device at times, check if you are covering the proximity sensor.
Powering off device puts it into a state of deep slumber; possible to get
out of by holding power button and volume down key with a bit of
* Fingerterm applications may fail to launch during first attempts.
* FPS drop while scrolling in homescreen due to non-batching when rendering
of application icon grid
* Icons/graphics appear unproportionally small in browser toolbar, time
select widget, and Settings favourite icons
* Multiboot / multirom is not supported currently
We will all meet in #sailfishos on irc.freenode.net and please use us (thp,
alterego, Stskeeps, lbt, sledges) to work together, report any bugs,
graphical glitches or missing functionality that you find, which are not
included in the release notes above. You can also find the hardware
adaptation source code at http://github.com/mer-hybris .
You are also welcome to participate in threads at
http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-4/general about Nexus 4 and SailfishOS
as well as for more general SailfishOS topics at
Carsten Munk (Stskeeps) on behalf of the SailfishOS for Android devices team
Chief Research Engineer @ Jolla