It reboots to TWRP on 'installing updated GApps'
If I have 2GB free on internal (sdcard0) it fails (reboot to TWRP without any messages on screen) in beginning, if I have 3GB free it fails in middle of progress bar
How much free space I must have on internal to install stock package?
It should not rely on the sdcard0 for anything during the installation (it only opens the zip from that location, if you have it stored there), so I cannot explain the behaviour you are seeing at all.
Is it 100% reproducable on your device, this relation between free space and the % reached of the progressbar?
Has anyone been able to successfully use the 64bit GApps package (either stock or fornexus) on the Nexus 9? I tried a few times but always seem to get crashing Google Play Services during initial setup of device and cannot proceed any further.
Only GApps package that I can finish the setup with is BANKS but that only has the basic apps and doesn't remove AOSP apps.
Current ROM is PA 5.1.
I have TWRP Recovery v22.214.171.124 with F2FS and JDCTeam Optimized CyanogenMod 12.1 builds from AntaresOne for S4, tried several builder of open_gapps-arm-5.1-aroma, from 20150706 ~ 20150710, all failed, not installing anything. Got the 0614 build from that rom site and it works, but tried to use latest build to update on top of 0614 build, failed again! Can you look into it please! Thanks
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