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As this Wiki grows and pages are better interlinked, this part of the main page is going to be something different, like a "project state" banner.
 
As this Wiki grows and pages are better interlinked, this part of the main page is going to be something different, like a "project state" banner.
  
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====General information====
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* [[ZeroPhone hardware revisions]]
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* [[Gamma board Pi GPIO mapping]]
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* [[PCB versions, features and guidelines]]
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* [[Mod boards]]
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* [[Downloads]]
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* [[Chat logs about ZeroPhone/ZPUI]]
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====Guides====
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* [[Sourcing ZeroPhone parts]]
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* [[Starting with ZeroPhone]]
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* [[ZPUI emulator setup]] (ZeroPhone UI emulation on Linux)
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* [[ZeroPhone OS from Raspbian]]
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* [[Tweaking ZeroPhone UI]]
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* [[ZeroPhone assembly checklist]]
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====App development====
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* [[ZPUI code snippets]] - useful snippets for writing apps
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* [[ZeroPhone DeviceTree configuration]]
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====Contribution information====
 
* [[Contribution Priorities]]
 
* [[Contribution Priorities]]
* [[PCB versions, features and guidelines]]
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* [[Hall of Fame]] - WIP
* [[Gamma board Pi GPIO mapping]]
 
* [[PyLCI emulator setup]] - ZeroPhone UI emulation
 
  
 
=== Links: ===
 
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Revision as of 13:48, 27 November 2017

Welcome to ZeroPhone Wiki!

ZeroPhone is an open-source smartphone that can be assembled for 50$ in parts. It is Linux-powered, with UI software written in Python, allowing it it to be easily modifiable - and it doesn't prohibit you from changing the way it works.

Starting with ZeroPhone

Downloads

ZPUI emulator setup

(ZeroPhone UI emulation on Linux)

ZeroPhone goals

  • Making cheap open-source smartphones more widespread
  • Having a smartphone that respects your privacy
  • Having a smartphone that can be customized
  • Strengthening open-source software ecosystem
  • Educating people about how smartphones work

ZeroPhone characteristics

  • Power-user and programmer-friendly
  • Independent and respecting your privacy
  • Open-source hardware and software
  • Modular and extensible; based on Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Built from available components, can be assembled independently

Currently, ZeroPhone is based on Raspberry Pi Zero, SIM800L GSM modem and 1.3" OLED screen and button interface. The hardware is almost ready for ZeroPhone v1.0, and now software is being developed to have a basic set of phone functions.

Interested in helping this project succeed? List of ZeroPhone priorities.

Got some questions, ideas or concerns? There's a survey!