How to Install Ubuntu for Phones on a Nexus 4

How to  Install Ubuntu for Phones on a Nexus 4 

How to: Install Ubuntu for Phones on a Nexus 4 (Tutorial)

How to install Ubuntu
Boot the Nexus 4 to the bootloader (power down, press and hold power, volume up and volume down simultaneously), and plug it into the computer. In Terminal, change directory to where you saved the TWRP file and type “fastboot flash recovery openrecovery-twrp-2.4.1.0-mako.img”.
Once TWRP is flashed and you have booted to recovery mode, perform a backup and move the backup to an external harddrive. Then perform a factory reset from within TWRP.
From the home page of TWRP, select Advanced, then select ADB Sideload. From Terminal on the computer, change directory to where you have the Ubuntu images saved. Type “adb sideload quantal-preinstalled-armel+mako.zip” first. Once that finishes, type “adb sideload quantal-preinstalled-phablet-armhf.zip”. This process will take some time. Once it completes, tap Reboot System and wait.
You now have Ubuntu 12.10 Touch on your Nexus 4.

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