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25th January 2015, 10:07 PM |#121  
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I've confirmed 2.8.0.1 and 2.8.3.0 work

2.8.4.0 SHOULD work, I'll try it out this weekend to figure out why.

Hey entropy, can you confirm that 2.8.4.0 is working as well? (;
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30th January 2015, 12:31 AM |#122  
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It will not work with selinux enforced unless you add a few other changes
This is wip

https://gerrit.omnirom.org/11178
https://gerrit.omnirom.org/11277

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thanks however, even with making selinux permissive and adding seliux permissions. Still can not get device to boot

wondering if my implementation is wrong somehow

last_kmesg:

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[    8.008765] SELinux: Could not set context for /cache:  Read-only file system
[    8.009439] SELinux: Could not set context for /data:  Read-only file system
[    8.019378] SELinux: Could not set context for /data:  Read-only file system
[    8.019660] SELinux: Could not set context for /data/lvm:  Read-only file system
[    8.019809] SELinux: Could not set context for /data/lvm/backup:  Read-only file system
[    8.019951] SELinux: Could not set context for /data/lvm/backup/lvpool:  Read-only file system
[    8.020030] SELinux: Could not set context for /data/lvm/archive:  Read-only file system
[    8.020179] SELinux: Could not set context for /data/lvm/archive/lvpool_00000-926546556.vg:  Read-only file system
[    8.020285] SELinux: Could not set context for /data/lvm/lock:  Read-only file system
[    8.021577] SELinux:  Could not stat /data/misc/sensors: No such file or directory.

Take a look here now i leaved a comment with a commit https://gerrit.omnirom.org/#/c/11277/
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I've been using LVM with Omni for months, first with 4.4 and since some weeks with 5.0.2 test builds. Today I've tried to test 5.1 and now I'm unable to configure LVM. After install 5.1 test build I can't get phone signal; wifi was ok, but phone doesn't. So I ask for clues and @maxwen answered me that I was using wrong firmware/modem. I tried to install the right one and due to a terrible mistake I flashed a wrong modem, bricking my phone. Impossible to boot in system or recovery, only in fastboot. Using the unbrick tool I've been able to restore my phone, but now I can't configure LVM. I've tried with several TWRP versions downloaded from official TWRP site and the twrp_find7_lvm_09012014.img provided in the LVM post, but I can see several messages saying "Unable to mount 'Internal_sd'" and then "Failed".
Is there something I can do?
Thanks for your help.
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I've been using LVM with Omni for months, first with 4.4 and since some weeks with 5.0.2 test builds. Today I've tried to test 5.1 and now I'm unable to configure LVM. After install 5.1 test build I can't get phone signal; wifi was ok, but phone doesn't. So I ask for clues and @maxwen answered me that I was using wrong firmware/modem. I tried to install the right one and due to a terrible mistake I flashed a wrong modem, bricking my phone. Impossible to boot in system or recovery, only in fastboot. Using the unbrick tool I've been able to restore my phone, but now I can't configure LVM. I've tried with several TWRP versions downloaded from official TWRP site and the twrp_find7_lvm_09012014.img provided in the LVM post, but I can see several messages saying "Unable to mount 'Internal_sd'" and then "Failed".
Is there something I can do?
Thanks for your help.

Solved; I needed to format internal SD partition.
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Been looking at the thread on Oppo forums for the Chinese lollipop version. Looks like the bricks are beginning to pile up. Why did Oppo decide to go this silly route for their Chinese ROM?
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Been looking at the thread on Oppo forums for the Chinese lollipop version. Looks like the bricks are beginning to pile up. Why did Oppo decide to go this silly route for their Chinese ROM?

There's a lot of evidence that the international and domestic teams don't communicate as often as they should (seems like it's the fault of the domestic teams) - While usually, the international team "follows" the domestic team, in the case of partitioning experiments, the international team is WAY ahead.
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