Which distro for android development could you suggest to try, other than Ubuntu?
Will Arch, Slackware, Backtrack, Mint, Fedora work?
I'm using Backtrack, but just in case of tools included, its based on ubuntu too but this one isn't best for everyday use.
I have Mint on CD, Ubuntu via Wubi, Arch via VirtualBox, and just downloaded Slack, now waiting for new Fedora too and I'm cofused of all of this distroch, which would be good for everyday use to switch from Windows7.
I used Fedora 12 on old PC and I had problems with drivers, where Ubuntu was just fine.
Ubuntu now has Unity which I hate, thats the main reason why I want change.
Arch, I've installed it just on VirtualBox as I can't describe myself as complete Linux expert, nor beginner (I dont want to mess up partitions) but its working pretty fast and need a lot of time to set it up, but everyone tells its nice and I can't feel really why its better than another distros, most linux are the same but Pacman here is nice tool.
I've used Mint but there most confusing problem for me is that it's based on Ubuntu so its 2nd remake (mean Debian>Ubuntu>Mint), which can be unstable, because first Ubuntu days wasn't best and its young distro and I don't want to switch in a month to another distro due to unstability or errors but I really enjoyed using it.