Note: don't be misled by the 45:04 elapsed time on picture. It took hours and hours to fix all the stuff.
Some news regarding the overall progress with LineageOS.
I checked out the repo from cm-14.1 (cyanogenmod 14.1) and am now trying to build for it. If it builds, at least we'll have Android 7.1.x running on device. And - I believe - it could bring some light to start a port to a newer version (Lineage 15.1).
Up to now, I faced the same compile errors I got when compiling for 15.1, so it's being straight forward. I'm anxious to see if it'll boot.
As usual, I'll keep you posted.
4) Direct upgrade from Lollipop ROMs to Nougat+ ROMs is not possible for x800/x900 CN, you have to install firstly some Marshmallow ROM to update some basic partitions:
[...] ensure that your target/compiled ROM is installed (incase you wiped it in an attempt to try and debug or ensure it wasn't an installation issue), force boot your target boot.img (via fastboot) to ensure it doesn't just go straight into recovery mode, afterwards once it reboots go ahead and let/allow it to boot up on it's own back into recovery (or if it reboots back into the bootloader load directly into recovery mode), and then once in recovery, either under advanced then terminal or via adb shell, enter "cat /proc/last_kmsg" [...] and that'll pretty much show you a log of what happened and/or why, which for me happens to be SELinux related [...]
Are you trying this with a max1/x900 as well? I ask you that because my phone doesn't seem to have a /proc/last_kmsg file. I saw that LeEco patched this functionality in their kernel and (it seems) they've put sort of a last_kmsg file in "letvconfig2" partition. I mentioned it on the first post of this thread.
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