Trying out Phosh shell on PinePhone and openSUSE Tumbleweed

During my time with Phosh on PinePhone and openSUSE Tumbleweed I have stumbled on a couple of issues that made clear that the experience still needed some polish. This is not a critic against the Phosh or the GNOME project. I don8217t envy the developers that need to ensure that their app works across many form factors. .

However I can see that the additional time that the KDE project has spend on polishing their experience has paid off. In this article I will describe the issues that I encountered and how you can fix them. I like everyone to try out this GNOME based mobile experience. It8217s awesome to see FOSS beyond the PC Laptop. .

Unlocking your phone and then your SIM card are the number 1 and 2 things to do when you boot up a smartphone. However its hard to unlock your SIM card without a virtual keyboard. And that was exactly what I encountered. .


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