It’s not down from here. How do you determine it to be down?
Oh, I’m sorry. It’s my fault.
Added Nanodroid repo, which is used by many people for no google apps, and its alternatives. Being used by me for a long time now.
@vdbhb59 I don’t want to step on your toes, but this wikipage has been listed alphabetically, so your Nanodroid listing should be moved down the list. I really appreciate you adding the listing, though.
Thanks mate. Sincere apologies for the mistake caused. Have corrected it now.
2 posts were split to a new topic: Any known app for F-Droid forum, for mobile?
That’s Umbrella repo. I mean alt.
The link re: your repo’s discussion page (above) is now obsolete due to aging out, so I’m going to ask you here re: 2 comments mentioned on GitLab.
If you send a merge request for ABrowser, I can merge it. Is there already an official APK for Firefox Focus 9? The script should download the latest official version automatically. I don’t like to integrate specific versions, because the purpose of the repo is that it updates itself automatically.
I’ve asked @
for the Abrowser merge request to be opened @ your repo.
But I’m not sure I understand your response re: Ff Focus RCs: Since they’re not full releases, you don’t want them for your repo? Or because they’re not accessible via your current script?
New repo : https://kaffeemitkoffein.de
4 different apps, one of them is proprietary
More information here : https://codeberg.org/Starfish/Feinstaubwidget#via-the-f-droid-app-recommended
I decided to finally bother to make an account to post several repos that are not listed here that I’ve had for a long time.
ZeroNet (a decentralized peer-to-peer network): https://f-droid.mkg20001.io/repos/jVVkbOD2it_bf_UxFIGGh1qa950KrUsq/repo/?fingerprint=005E888A5A203D40E28F372B939B8E5995FB29081EFC845DB99A8D4C14B509E2
(yeah it’s long)
Phyphox (a phone experimentation app (similar to PSLab) that recently went open-source): https://app.rwth-aachen.de/fdroid
Zom (a communication app) nightly repo (no longer updated): https://github.com/zom/zom-android-nightly/tree/master/fdroid/repo
Julian Klode’s personal repo (creator of DNS66 and other apps):
Quasseldroid beta versions: https://repo.kuschku.de/fdroid/repo/?fingerprint=A0CBC2C29E38ED9542F86A1188412A60C5A756FC4D7A31C4C622242D7AD021F2
GuardianProject’s Haven nightlies: https://guardianproject.github.io/haven-nightly/fdroid/repo/
Onosendai (a multi-client app of some sort, I’m not really sure): https://onosendai.herokuapp.com/
SteamGifts beta builds: https://steamgifts.github.io/fdroid/repo/?fingerprint=C416F157C1AADEBE62E533C3EDBBB202CA8F7126FF0A3927E60C1CDE962C818D
I don’t even remember where I found this one or what it’s for, but ok: https://www.xapek.org/~yvesf/public/fdroid/repo/
You can install anything?
3 years old apps, meh
Welcome to the forum, @TacoTheDank, and thank you for this extensive list! Do you mind adding them to the original post in this topic? It’s a wiki, so it’s editable by everyone.
@McR Welcome to the forum and thanks for the link! Do you want to add it to the original post yourself? It’s a wiki and therefore editable by everyone. I’ve just bumped your permissions to allow you to do so. (New users normally need some time to do that.)
I’ve tested the bromite FDroid Repository (https://www.bromite.org/fdroid/repo) with FDroid 1.6-alpha2 and it doesn’t work. It says it is “not signed” and that the package source wasn’t used before and I have to activate it to show the apps from the repository. But the I already activated it in the list of repositories and update the list of apps/reload all repository data.
Is this an error with the repository (other repos I added some time before are working) or with the alpha version of FDroid?
Has any other user the same problem adding bromite Repo to FDroid?
Now I used the QR code from the https://www.bromite.org/fdroid/repo website and it works.
I tested some other repos: It seems like the new version of FDroid can’t deal with added repositories without a fingerprint.
On old version, it works without and the fingerprint got calculated so you can compare it manually.
Agreed. The latest version is unable to manually get that. Can you raise a bump in git?
What does this mean? Who should do what where?