The rollout is slow due to the major changes
Thanks for the prompt reply.
Just a note about new storage policies from Google and what it means for apps and users
Apps that get updated (or new apps) are *not* allowed to ask for storage permissions anymore, we have to use the storage access framework (SAF). The exception is file explorers, and they need special approval.
This means you will increasingly see apps using Android's file chooser. This is now the case for EXKM, as you will use the system file chooser to select a directory to store downloads and backups. I have also converted DevCheck to use SAF, and my new app, AppDash, also uses it.
I am seeing ActivityNotFound exceptions from using SAF on all three of these apps. The reason is because some users have disabled or uninstalled the "Files" system app (not to be confused with "Files by Google", I'm talking about the system app that comes with your phone).
Don't disable/freeze/hibernate/uninstall the Files app, it is needed to choose files with SAF and many apps (and eventually all apps that deal with files) depend on this. Basically, any app that uses files has to start using SAF unless they never update again.
Also make sure your custom ROM dev includes Files in their ROMs
It was a backend server change I had to make@flar2,
So I got version .70 a few days ago and it still said "can't find compatible version" or whatever.
Then last night, all of a sudden it was recognized and I could download and flash it with no issues.
I have a theory... A12 beta 3 shipped with a security date of August 1, even though it came out in mid-July. The August security date for all the non-beta Android versions just updated to August yesterday, I think.
This is probably not a coincidence. I'm guessing exkm may not have recognized a security patch level that was future-dated?
In the attached image. Any idea why there's a swap file option? It exist after I play around with the "Swapper - ROOT" app from PlayStore. Was going to test for fun, but seems like it messed up my device, and that app isn't stable for SWAP.
The swap file option just sit there. When I tap on it, it said "Operation failed". How do I remove the swap file option? I guess I need to play around in the root files, but don't know where to start. Probably there's something that need to be deleted or adjust.
Motorola Moto One Fusion+
Motorola Moto One Fusion+
ROM - Pixel Experience Plus 11
Kernel - Kensur kernel
Logcat of the device is attached
--> Internal storage filetype - f2fs
--> System storage filetype - ext4
CPU Governor - schedutil
In TWRP it just shows unable to mount storage, etc. errors.
I haven't been able to build the latest versions. 1.07 should still work fine until I figure out the problem.
Just got the new update from the Play Store. Liking the little visual differences, the graph behind the current frequencies, the little coloured wheels for battery and ram. Just finishes the look off a little bit better. Not noticed any functional differences yet but I've only had a quick glance through. Any specific functional differences between the new version and the previous?