Anyone find a fully working build for Surface 3 yet?
I work in tech support and the school district I work for took all their Surface 3 (128GB WiFi) staff devices out of use after last school year and sold the devices to staff. There's a few of them remaining, so I've been hoping to install Android on one of them, mostly to use for viewing videos and digital comics when I'm travelling.
I've already tried installing a few different builds of Bliss OS but haven't been able to get any of them fully working -- only the ones I've tested that I've been successful booting into the OS are k4.18 and k4.19 builds (I've seen a lot of posts claiming k4.9 work well on Surface 3, but mine always gets stuck after where it detects Android_x86 on the hard drive partition). I'm by no means an expert with Linux or Android, but I've also tried installing the i915 firmware and adding EXTMOD=snd-soc-rt5645 to my kernel command line in GRUB (based on some post I came across in the Android-x86 Google Group), but still haven't had any success. I've had various issues across the different builds (including but not limited to the internal drive being detected as SD card, Bluetooth failing intermittently, and some WiFi issues), but the one outstanding issue that seems to be present with all builds I've tried is the sound does not work.
Has anyone found a fully working build with these devices -- or, at least one that is mostly working and there are confirmed fixes I could apply? Since I'm in a position to provide a Surface 3 to the development team for testing, I'm more than willing to if it could potentially result in a working build for this device.