I'd say this should be pretty easy.
Please open an issue at https://github.com/phhusson/treble_experimentations/issues/ with:
- device name/model name
- the result of:
+ launch adb shell getevent
+ open/close the magnetic case
+ copy the content of the screen with the getevent command
Yes you canHi , I have the Samsung Galaxy A10 (A105F/DS U3). My device is treble supported , A/B rom supported , architecture - x64 supported chipset. But , my device do not support seamless updates. Please tell if i can flash this gsi image to my device. Waiting for your reply. Thanks in advance.
Any idea why I can't get this to boot? I am on a Huawei Mate SE BND-L34 running stock Oreo. I was on build 220.127.116.110 and running an OpenKirin ROM just fine. I upgraded to the latest firmware 18.104.22.1681 as I wanted face unlock and a few other things fixed(bluetooth issue) Since then, I can not get any Treble ROM to boot. I have tried all the OpenKirin Omni versions. I have tried this ROM and LOS. I do a factory reset through the stock recovery. I then flash the new system img. Then I boot into the stock recovery and factory reset again(just like to start new ROMs in a clean state) When I boot I am stuck on the "Your device has been unlocked and can't be trusted" splash screen. I would love to get rid of all the Huawei bloat and get back to Pie as well. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Oh yeah, one more quick thing. Device is A only and I am downloading arm64-aonly-gapps-su.img for the ROM
Device Alldocube M5XS [Helios X27 tablet, 3GB RAM, 32 BG ROM]
flashed and booted AOSP 9.0 v119 with following bugs.
1) battery is not charging in fully booted state OR fully off state, but only in TWRP
2) cannot enable/ approve USB debugging (adb devices always gives unauthorized, despite deleting keys from .android directory in the computer)