Tag: Krsnah Mobile OS

TWRP Almost Bricked My Phone

Yesterday I decided to test out LibreKrsnah Linux Mobile Alpha 0.1 on my phone. The screen has been flickering on and off for a couple of years now. And I decided maybe it was time to try something new, something different. Now I just remembered to check for any updates for TWRP and there was …

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A Brief History Of Krsnah Desktop OS

I’ve procrastinated writing this article for almost 7 months now. With the next generation of my personalized OS looming in the horizon, I need to get this done right now. Otherwise it’ll never be done. What is Krsnah Desktop OS? Krsnah Desktop OS is a full-fledged OS based on Linux. Just like it’s sister OS …

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A Brief History of Krsnah Mobile OS

My phone model came out in 2015 running Android 5 Lollipop. The only upgrade that came from the manufacturer was Android 6 Marshmallow about 2 years later. By then I had already installed a Russian build of Marshmallow that worked pretty well for me. I installed Android 7 Nougat at around the same time but …

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Krsnah OS: End Of Support

Alright! That’s it! I’ve had enough of this Linux ecosystem because updates keep breaking everything. The Linux ecosystem sucks! Let me say that again: LINUX SUCKS! I don’t care what distro you are on. I don’t care if you’re running Linux or Unix or Microdick Windows okay? They all suck! Last month I updated Krsnah …

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