Thanks to volunteer effort and NLnet funding we have had developers working hard the past couple weeks on making graphics work on the Samsung Galaxy S3 for the upcoming Replicant 9 release. Three different software renderers have been successfully used … Continue reading

A Replicant contributors meeting will take place in or near Paris in France the 27 and 28 July 2019. As we are still looking for a place to host the meeting, we don’t have a definitive address yet. It will … Continue reading

The Replicant Community Meeting will take place on Sunday, the 3rd of February at 11:00 AM in room J.1.106 at ULB, Brussels Belgium.We have successfully booked a BoF room at FOSDEM, so we will have a quiet, heated and comfortable … Continue reading

The Replicant project has been looking forward to support devices with free software bootloaders. While Replicant is a fully free software Android distribution, many freedom, privacy and security issues are orthogonal to the operating system. The hardware design of each … Continue reading

Call for participants Like every year, FOSDEM will take place the first weekend of february in Brussels, Belgium. Replicant is organizing a community meeting and a workshop that will take place alongside FOSDEM events.The main intention behind this is to … Continue reading

A crowdfunding campaign was launched over a month ago by Bootlin in order to fund the development of an upstream Linux kernel driver for the Allwinner CedarX VPU. The VPU (Video Processing Unit) is in charge of offloading video decoding … Continue reading

Les terminaux font aujourd’hui partie de la vie quotidienne de millions d’utilisateurs, au travers d’appareils de différents formats et en particulier d’appareils mobiles de type smartphone, tablette ou d’ordinateurs portables. Ces appareils ont permis de numériser bon nombre d’aspects de … Continue reading

A new version (0003) of Replicant 6.0 has been released a few weeks ago. It fixes an important issue that makes devices end up in a boot loop (the devices were crashing during boot, endlessly) when installing certain applications. It … Continue reading

While Replicant is mainly backed by Wolfgang in terms of technical contributions nowadays, Denis and Paul are still active in the project, in other ways. Over the past few months, we have been working with ARCEP, the independent French governmental … Continue reading

A few months have passed since the initial Replicant 6.0 release and it’s time for another one. This release more than doubles the number of supported devices and contains a few important fixes and improvements. The latest changes from LineageOS … Continue reading

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