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* a few voice calls issues: unable to mute the mic, headset mic not working, audio quality to be improved (if the hardware is capable of more)
* a few voice calls issues: unable to mute the mic, headset mic not working, audio quality to be improved (if the hardware is capable of more)
* Chatty app: In order to start a new text, you need to enter +[country code]-[phone number]. Without the + and the country code (+1 for USA) you won't be able to send a new text.   
* Chatty app: In order to start a new text, you need to enter +[country code]-[phone number]. Without the + and the country code (+1 for USA) you won't be able to send a new text.   
* To adjust screen resolution, see these threads: [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=9016&pid=61403#pid61403] [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=9016&pid=61685#pid61685]  
 
'''To adjust screen resolution''' [https://puri.sm/posts/easy-librem-5-app-development-scale-the-screen/] [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=9016&pid=61403#pid61403] [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=9016&pid=61685#pid61685]  
 
# <code>sudo apt install linux-libc-dev build-essential ninja-build meson cmake libwayland-dev</code>
# Continue the rest of the instructions on [https://puri.sm/posts/easy-librem-5-app-development-scale-the-screen/ this page]
# When you finish, you will have a touch-capable app you can use to adjust resolution any time, useful when switching between various apps


Most of Debian's repository is available. There are packages that need to be cross compiled ("ported") to ARM64 (see [https://wiki.debian.org/Arm64Port Debian's wiki on ARM64 port]), but the process is fairly easy. Most developers package their software for the AMD64 version of Debian, so they will throw an error when run; if you have the source code, you can compile it to run on ARM64/PinePhone. If you do so, you should contact the developers so they can provide precompiled ARM64 packages for others in the future. You should also contact Debian if you have working ARM64 packages not listed on [https://wiki.debian.org/Arm64Port this page], since this helps them track the status of ARM64 with Debian. Currently their wiki page is out of date.
Most of Debian's repository is available. There are packages that need to be cross compiled ("ported") to ARM64 (see [https://wiki.debian.org/Arm64Port Debian's wiki on ARM64 port]), but the process is fairly easy. Most developers package their software for the AMD64 version of Debian, so they will throw an error when run; if you have the source code, you can compile it to run on ARM64/PinePhone. If you do so, you should contact the developers so they can provide precompiled ARM64 packages for others in the future. You should also contact Debian if you have working ARM64 packages not listed on [https://wiki.debian.org/Arm64Port this page], since this helps them track the status of ARM64 with Debian. Currently their wiki page is out of date.
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