logcat_opengapps_micro.txt was taken just after today's version of opengapps was installed - first boot so it's huge, sorry about that
logcat_opengapps_micro_latinimegoogle.txt - after I removed SetupWizard.apk from /system/priv-app and reboot to show libjni_latinimegoogle.so crash
EDIT: Rom is built from cm13 repos, no frameworks or other non-device specific changes/patches.
Neither user 10022 nor current process has android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE
Using CM13 OnePlus One with nano opengapps for 6.0 from 12/11.
Any chance that libwidevine can get included in the future? DRM doesn't work otherwise... not sure if this is the right place to report it or not... or if it's even something that opengapps can/should fix.
12-11 16:08:59.648 29366 29397 W DG.WV : Widevine DRM not supported on this device
12-11 16:08:59.648 29366 29397 W DG.WV : android.media.UnsupportedSchemeException: Failed to instantiate drm object.
12-11 16:08:59.648 29366 29397 W DG.WV : at android.media.MediaDrm.native_setup(Native Method)
12-11 16:08:59.648 29366 29397 W DG.WV : at android.media.MediaDrm.<init>(MediaDrm.java:215)
12-11 16:08:59.648 29366 29397 W DG.WV : at com.google.android.gms.droidguard.q.run(SourceFile :99)
12-11 16:08:59.648 29366 29397 W DG.WV : at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker( ThreadPoolExecutor.java:1113)
12-11 16:08:59.648 29366 29397 W DG.WV : at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run (ThreadPoolExecutor.java:588)
12-11 16:08:59.648 29366 29397 W DG.WV : at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:818)
Nice gapps and i think it is the best gapps for that moment)
But i'm confused:
In "VERSION INFORMATION" shown that the super\aroma packages have com.google.android.googlequicksearchbox and com.google.android.googlequicksearchbox.beta but in downloaded zip I dont see the Beta version. And the same problem with google dialer in info it is, but it isnt in zip.
Please contact GitHub and let them know your troubles, I am sure they are interested in such feedback to improve their services.
Libwidevine is actually already part of the package; I think that either ROM doesn't pick it up, or it doesn't "approve" of your device/drivers :-/
Nothing we as Open GApps can do about, unfortunately.
I understand your confusion. The beta versions are not part of the packages, but we already keep them in our repository for if people want to play with the sourcecode to build their own beta-enabled gapps, and for our future developments where beta-versions of apps will become an optional feature.
Since the version information script just reports *all* the packages in the repo that are available for a certain mix of CPU architecture and Android versions, these betas get listed too.
Same applies to Dialer, we are experimenting with it but unfortunately still gives many trouble for people and as such is not included in the normal package, but it is available in the repo.
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