I've been playing around with Android phones for a while now, recently rooting for the first time, on my Pixel 3. All that's taught me is that I'm really good at following tutorials.
What I'm looking for is somewhere I can study and learn just how the Android OS works, from the ground up. Much like I can find places on the internet that can break down an internal combustion engine and explain piece by piece how it works and how each piece interacts with the other. I guess I'm looking more for the WHY the OS works the way it does.
I appreciate any help I can get! Thanks.
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Good morning all,
I have not found a section about the Meizu U10, so I have it here, do not hesitate if my post disturbs I will move it.
I have to perform a dump of a Meizu U10, the OS is Flyme 6.0.
I connected the phone to multiple PCs and I still get a device error and when I look in error manager 43.
So I thought the USB port defective, I replaced it (this one is a circuit independent of the motherboard)
I always have the same mistake, and I do not know what to do.
I am open to any proposal before doing a chip off of the device.
Would it be possible to root and dump the phone via the phone's SD port or maybe someone already had this problem?
FYI when I connect the phone to the PC, I have the USB debug and the e file transfer that appears on the phone screen.
Thank you in advance for your answers.