~mil/framebufferphone_intro

43c5944cc8f794c4293d3af61d7591f0bf6d19d0 — Miles Alan 9 months ago 55b4180
Remove disclaimer & add section on how to install; was merged into pmaports!
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# **Framebufferphone**

> Disclaimer: Framebufferphone is currently considered alpha software. It's
> functional and stable for many usecases but nonetheless, experimental!
> Integration with postmarketOS is in-progress and you can track this 
> progress on the [MR here](https://gitlab.com/postmarketOS/pmaports/-/merge_requests/2850).
> Once this MR is merged you'll be able to install via pmbootstrap etc.

**Framebufferphone** is a new Linux phone project aimed at providing
a low-level (framebuffer-based) yet accessible UI enviroment for
Linux phones; building around and valuing using the TTY rather


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- **Multiple device support**: best compatibility on the [Pinephone](https://www.pine64.org/pinephone/), but generally works on [pmOS devices](postmarketos.org)
- **Custom scripting**: very easy via fbp's [FIFO interface](https://git.sr.ht/~mil/fbp#strongfifo-interfacestrong)

## **Installation / Getting Framebufferphone**

[Framebufferphone](http://postmarketos.org/) is now available
for postmarketOS, as a pmbootstrap UI option! Support is best
on the Pinephone, but it should work with varying degrees of
functionality on other phones with framebuffer support. See the
[guide here](https://wiki.postmarketos.org/wiki/Installation_guide) for
information on installing postmarketOS on your phone and ensure to select
`framebufferphone` as your UI option.


## **See Also**

**User Documentation:**