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  1. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    For touchscreen and BT on Ubuntu 16+, iirc the init scripts for rm-wrapper and some BT service needed to be converted to systemd units - I think they were in separate archives inside the MultiROM installer, so they should be easy to find.
  2. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    iirc, I did update it, but reverted it after someone pointed out that "ST - yy" doesn't appear anymore once you're past a certain version (not sure if that's still the case now)
  3. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    1. in this particular scenario warranty is out of the question anyway, and apart from being able to tell that the bootloader was unlocked at some point in the past, it's still completely reversible 2. step 5 is impossible without root, because you can't replace system applications unless the...
  4. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    yes, works exactly as it would on a normal PC
  5. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    yup, that's correct. also remember to take the GPU drivers from linux4tegra
  6. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    already happened, check post #789
  7. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    14.04 is only EOL in like 3 years. in any case, for newer ubuntu versions the init scripts will have to be rewritten because systemd, which I really don't think I have the time to do right now
  8. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    follow the instructions in the first post afaik, the current M build of multirom doesn't handle appended DTBs correctly, so that needs to be fixed before linux4tegra (or other ROMs that use old kernels) can work
  9. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    1. no 2. yes 3. fastboot erase recovery
  10. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    1. afaik, the zip will say that tegraota is successfully removed regardless of whether or not it actually works, don't think there's much I can do about that 2. /system only had bin in it because the system partition wasn't mounted. the zip mounts it automatically and unmounts it after it's done
  11. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    this doesn't work with the Marshmallow bootloader (or, to be more specific, DTB), and until I figure out a way to get it to use my own DTB, it isn't going to work on any Android versions past Lollipop (with or without MultiROM)
  12. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    I'm fairly certain that having the internal storage die or get corrupted would also result in the tablet only booting to APX mode, so that's likely what happened in this case (the chip probably stopped responding and either made the kernel freeze or got it to panic). drivers aren't an issue...
  13. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    I just repackage the distro offered by Nvidia with the kernel and drivers. you can use whatever distro you want with the linux4tegra drivers if you're willing to install everything manually
  14. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    Updated first post with download link for R24.1 beta. You'll need to install the SDK from Nvidia located at http://developer.download.nvidia.com/embedded/L4T/r24_Release_v1.0/Vulkan_Beta/vulkan_nvidia.tar.gz in order to use Vulkan.
  15. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    just added deleting /system/priv-app/TegraOTA in OP and nomoreota.zip, since that's apparently where TegraOTA is located in 6.0
  16. Bogdacutu

    Post Ubuntu Utopic for nvidia shield tv

    not sure if this will help for this device too, but for the shield tablet, the kernel tree I've used for linux is based on the jetson tk1 tree, with drivers from the android tree dropped in as necessary to ensure compatibility (and backported bluetooth drivers because otherwise attempting to use...
  17. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    it can make a difference, the update can get downloaded and installed while you're using Android until you delete TegraOTA and reboot (some people apparently got their tablets bricked by not rebooting after deleting it from Android). but if nothing happened yet, you're probably fine
  18. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    you don't have to do it on the new tablet too, it depends on how much you trust your home network
  19. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    minzip: Could not find end-of-central-directory in Zip looks like the ZIP is corrupted. I've just reuploaded it to make sure the server copy is good, can you try redownloading?
  20. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    where does it crash exactly? while installing through TWRP, or during the first boot setup?
  21. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    Uploaded R23.1, link is in the first post. SD/USB boot now works properly, USB device mode also works without any additional configuration, and the screen is now properly rotated during setup.
  22. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    no, you won't be able to use fastboot anymore
  23. Bogdacutu

    Post [Q&A] MultiROM v30 - unofficial port

    what filesystem are you using on the data partition? iirc, the init script only supports ext4
  24. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    https://source.android.com/source/building-kernels.html I used prebuilt GCC 4.6 from google
  25. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    Linux4Tegra R23.1 has been released; it's for the Tegra X1, but the GPU drivers seem to work fine on the K1 too, so I'll probably release a new package this weekend (also going to add SD/USB boot support for MultiROM).
  26. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    did you reboot after deleting TegraOTA?
  27. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    might be worth messing with the CPU scheduler, I'm not sure if the default configuration boosts the frequency during user input like on Android
  28. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    enable on-screen keyboard from the accessibility settings and it will show up on the login screen too. for scaling, check the display settings
  29. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    yes, that's what I'm referring to
  30. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    yes, restart the tablet after deleting it. (iirc someone got his tablet bricked by not rebooting, since TegraOTA kept running)
  31. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    oh, then no, I doubt I'll be supporting anything but Linux4Tegra myself
  32. Bogdacutu

    Post MultiROM v32 - unofficial port

    install touch support
  33. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    I'm not sure why you're following that guide, considering that just installing MultiROM and the Linux4Tegra ROM would be a lot easier but to answer your question, install busybox
  34. Bogdacutu

    Post [Q] Shield Tablet stuck in APX mode - Black Screen - no bootloader

    afaik you can have any partition layout you want on the jetson tk1 (as long the first partition is BCT) probably not, don't see why they would bother checking anything but the internal memory
  35. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    you probably don't have a patched kernel for kexec
  36. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    no, the bottom one is a nexus 7. the app is this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=remote.hid.keyboard.client&hl=en
  37. Bogdacutu

    Post Linux4Tegra R23.1/R24.1 beta for the Shield Tablet

    to get USB device mode to work (configured as ethernet by default), run as root:echo connect > /sys/devices/platform/tegra-udc.0/udc/tegra-udc.0/soft_connect not really, I don't use it myself and I don't think anyone else is working on it not sure which app you mean
  38. Bogdacutu

    Post Stock Recovery Images and OTA Library w/ Guides

    not that I know of. and afaik no updates past 1.x have been released for it not that easy unfortunately, http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=58381911&postcount=57
  39. Bogdacutu

    Post Stock Recovery Images and OTA Library w/ Guides

    apparently, a tablet variant that has both data and voice
  40. Bogdacutu

    Post Stock Recovery Images and OTA Library w/ Guides

    here's an wx_un_mo OTA for anyone who needs it: https://mega.nz/#!OlQDRLSb!BXX-vavckMa6yEKy2kQOHn8a1CVvi9uijfHAdP9Bzsk
  41. Bogdacutu

    Post [Q] Shield Tablet stuck in APX mode - Black Screen - no bootloader

    there are multiple relevant partitions included in the blob, such as EBT and BCT. however according to http://projects.pappkartong.se/a500/, the bootloader is encrypted, so dumping it is useless
  42. Bogdacutu

    Post [Q] Shield Tablet stuck in APX mode - Black Screen - no bootloader

    check the factory image thread, the bootloader is included in every factory image
  43. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    it's specific to the shield tablet (as evidenced by it getting somewhat broken when a new OTA appears), so no, it won't work for the shield TV (although it's pretty easy to check for updates manually, check the page source). the thing is, I haven't seen nvidia mention deactivating the shield TVs...
  44. Bogdacutu

    Post [Q] Shield Tablet stuck in APX mode - Black Screen - no bootloader

    TDP 3.0r3/4 have nvflash and APX drivers (and I'd assume the Jetson TK1 OS images have them too). but, as repeatedly mentioned on these forums, these are all useless without the SBK that is unique to each device, and that only Nvidia knows
  45. Bogdacutu

    Post Kill the kill switch - "ST - yy"

    I think there already are enough warnings around those links, whoever decides to ignore them (without knowing exactly what they are doing) probably deserves what's coming to them.
  46. Bogdacutu

    Post WiFi Rom on an LTE Tablet

    no, there aren't
  47. Bogdacutu

    Post Take out the Mobile Network Icon from taskbar?

    yes, that or reformatting data from TWRP should fix the issue
  48. Bogdacutu

    Post Take out the Mobile Network Icon from taskbar?

    yes, keep the wifi firmware