Samsung announced that they are going to lock down their testing programs and “no longer provide support on future OS and device releases.”
After updating to Android 10 version, all the Samsung devices will not hold up the Linux On Dex. It is all comes into knowledge by an email that is sent to the early testers. This email also elaborated that once the users updated their version then after this, they will not be able to alternate it with Android 9 Pie.
What is Linux On Samsung DeX?
Samsung recently launches dex program assisted with the Galaxy S8. With the help of these features, users are facilitated to change their smartphones into the disc-like experience.
But it does not come with the exchange of complete desktop. It helps the people in doing their different assignments such as opening Android apps on a big screen, easily opening and editing documents, with the help of split-screen doing multitask, and many more.
South Korean tech largely started a private beta testing for Linex on Dex, back in last year November. The main theme of this is to bring close the GNU/Linux distribution to a mobile device; Ubuntu-powered Linux on Dex.
is Samsung Dex Operational?
Linux fans are certainly disappointed by the Korean tech giant, but overall it is not a bad operation. The Operation continues in normal DeX mode.
It all shows that you will be able to use the normal DeX mode when once you opt-out from Linux on DeX beta version. The worst event has some positive aspects for the Linux fans that once they didn’t update their device to the latest Android version they can easily use Linex on Dex.
One thing after another
For the biggest smartphone manufacturing companies, the end of November would be a tough point.
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