Description

Raspberry Pi 3B+ and a good power supply, Micro SD card (8-32GB), card reader in desktop or laptop computer (or a Raspberry Pi running Linux), USB keyboard and mouse, HDMI monitor/TV and cable, Ethernet connection and cable. The Raspberry Pi is an affordable ARM-based linux single-board computer. An experimental Ubuntu Touch image is available.

Features & Usability

Pro Tip

Use GitHub to subscribe to the linked Issues. So, whenever bugs get solved (or a fix needs testing) you will know about that.

Supports cellular and data State: In development

This rating shows whether or not a device has received updates recently, if so, it has a good chance to be maintained in the future, but that's not guaranteed.

Q: What does this port need to get better?

A: Complete the following features:

  • - Sound: Microphone
  • - Sound: Volume control

Automated Usability (beta)

This device currently offers minimal features, some of the smart functionalities might not work yet. It can be a very nice second device.

  • Actors:

  • Manual brightness
  • Endurance:

  • 7+ days stability
  • Misc:

  • Anbox patches (deprecated)
  • AppArmor patches
  • Recovery image
  • Reset to factory defaults
  • SD card detection and access
  • Shutdown / Reboot
  • Wireless External monitor
  • Network:

  • Bluetooth
  • Flight mode
  • WiFi
  • Sensors:

  • Touchscreen
  • Sound:

  • Earphones
  • Loudspeaker
  • Microphone
  • Volume control
Working

Confirmed, depending on the maintenance

Not Working

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Partial

Working to some extent but with issues

Global Issue

Issue is not specific to this device

Untested

Subject to port development

Raspberry Pi 3

Specifications

CPU Quad core Cortex-A53 64 bit
Chipset Broadcom BCM2837
GPU Broadcom VideoCore IV
Storage Any microSD card
Memory 1GB
Architecture arm64
Dimensions 86.9mm x 58.5mm x 19.1mm
Weight 41.2g

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Raspberry Pi 3


Did the maintainer say that feature ‘works’ but you know from doing it that it really doesn’t?

Start by searching the bug device issue if you found it, hopefully the porter is on it. 'Subscribe' to the issue in case it get solved.

Couldn't find it?

Uh-oh… Well it is time to let the porter and everyone else know about the fail and send the tech magic back to the workshop for a makeover.

1. Read 'Bug Reporting' section in UBports docs on 'How to report a bug'.

2. Then (this time), head to GitHub Issues and submit it, so the porter knows about it.

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