Not only is the picture heavily distorted. I am also not able to control my device properly. Sevensquare barely reacts to my commands – and if it does, it lags behind and fails miserably.
The tutorial goes as follows:
git clone https://github.com/yangh/sevensquare.git Desktop/sevensquare sudo apt-get install qt4-qmake libq4-dev libqtcore4 libqtgui4 sudo apt install android-tools-adb cd Desktop/sevensquare make sudo make install sudo adb devices seven-square
Now, the programme should start. The tutorial, however, continues. The YouTube guy closes the Seven Square window and the terminal. Then, a new text file is created which contains this:
It is saved as
.txt) in the
Desktop directory (not
Desktop/sevensquare). After opening the terminal once again, it continues like this:
cd Desktop sudo chmod 755 seven-square file seven-square
seven-square is executed and the Seven Square window opens. In the tutorial example, there are no distored colours anymore after doing all these steps and no lagging occurs.
Is there a way to fix this or are there good (and working) alternatives for Ubuntu?