This build is discontinued and you should use the latest LineageOS 18 images instead (https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...18-1-android-11-for-raspberry-pi-4-b.4212945/).Hi, thanks to everyone involved in this build for their amazing work.
Now, I'd like to install NanoDroid and specifically its patcher script to add signature spoofing support and install microG. I have attached the particular zip file. When I try to install it in TWRP, it just fails with `failed to mount /system (unsupported A/B device?)`.
I tried disabling the option to unmount system before installing zips, mounting it then installing the zip but the script seems to try to mount it anyways. I assume this a problem with the partitioning scheme? What could I do to get the install to work? Thanks in advance to anyone who might help me with this.
Without further looking into I can't say why it would fail. There is nothing non-standard about system partition on this device (only boot partition is different from regular Android devices) so it shouldn't fail if the installer is done properly.
Would this be something that can be done with Magisk? I just recently added a Magisk patcher for my builds so you can use that now.