I've seen Ubuntu loaded on a phone in an article from last year. But, this is a project designed to make the OS more accessible. I thought this article might interest some of the people in our community: <.> When you are using your Android phone that has Ubuntu installed as well, it will behave in exactly the same fashion it does now. You will have access to all the Google applications, the Market, your contacts, and the ability to make calls. So in the morning when you grab your phone to check on the emails and SMS messages that came in overnight, nothing will change there. When you arrive to your office however, your phone can become your desktop. You will simply plug the HDMI-enabled device into its dock, and you have a the full Unity experience on your big screen. </> Canonical reveals Ubuntu for Android | ExtremeTech This version would not work on our phones; I got another version last year but I never played with it. This is what I want.