The fstrim command should work with your device:
1. Download Terminal Emulator from Playstore
2. Open the app
3. type "su" and give it permission
4. type "fstrim -v /data" or "/system" or "/cache" because eith of those worked on my device.
So what is difference between the phone app that is installed by default an the one you can get from the play store? I get the errors from app on the build even with a clean install but if I remove it and add the one from the play store, I am not ...
Anyone tested if audio via AUX is working now? And does google now on tap work? I mean when you hold the home button
I can confirm that Google now on tap(long press home button) does indeed work on 11/2 build.
Advanced reboot will turn on if you enable developer mode and then selected advanced reboot.
Did you tried the tutorial I shared 2 posts back?
Sent from my XT1575 using XDA-Developers mobile app
I flashed Dirty Unicorn and they have a blacked out one and it is working. I like the new launcher....