Hello. I have installed BlissOS 10.1 nightly build on a Dell Venue 11 Pro 7139. The iso used was Bliss-v11.1-Beta-x86_64-OFFICIAL-20181018-1457_kernel-4.9_m18.3.0-devel_w40_LLVM70_dev-kernel.org.iso. The installer completed succeffuly and I installed to my C: partition as an image partition, not as a separate partition. When I try to boot the OS, it starts as usual saying android found at sda sth, then after a very quick dump of echoes I don't know how to capture, the boot logo animation appears and stays there forever. After a number of attempts, I realized that the console is active and I can type commands like logcat. Unfortunately they only appear as they scroll because apparently the boot animation refreshes the screen, so I can't see the output and don't know if there is any command to stop the animation or redirect the output of the command to a log file that I can read through Windows. I had successfully installed BlissOS in the past in the same notebook, but had to resort to PhoenixOS, because touchscreen input didn't work. In PhoenixOS everything worked, but now I need Widevine DRM support and read that BlissOS currently supports it.
Any help would be appreciated.