Alright, So I flashed Android on my Open C with the provided archives. Works fairly well, better than FFOS 1.3 IMHO. Sure, there were no gapps and I did install gapps on the phone but they kept crashing. I removed the gapps and tried again and again the gapps would install but crash. So I removed them again. I thought about it and then it hit me, when my Open C was running FFOS I never used gapps, the only thing I did was have my gmail account setup in the email application. Well, you can easily setup gmail in the default mail application. I ditched the gapps idea once I realized this, installed the Amazon app store and have been really happy with that.
When attempting to flash these zips from recovery I am getting signature verifification failed. I have verified the files are intact but still am unable to flash these.
You have to go around in circles and jump through monkey hoops to get any files to flash without verification failed. That is why I stopped flashing and just went back to stock Firefox OS. and before someone replies: " you have to use custom clockwork recovery to flash" . This is wrong because I was using clockwork recovery and also had flashed clockwork recovery and the files always failed verification. Even when I wanted to flash the GAPPS or SuperSU to Kitkat, with custom recovery it said verification failed. It was driving me crazy . Only thing I remember that might have worked, is deleting dalvik cache then doing a hard reboot but I can't verify for sure. Android support is very bad on this phone.
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|