TWRP for your device: https://unofficialtwrp.com/twrp-3-3-1-root-ulefone-note-7p/Hi, my device doesn't support twrp or any custom recovery (ulefone note 7p), how do I install gapps, and keep it from saying my device is uncertified.
I've tried using flashify, adb sideload and manually adding play store to /system/app but it seems I don't have access to system.
please help I've been at this for 6hrs now or is there a version of this rom (or similar) that comes with gapps?
Hi sorry for the late reply, the twrp above works to some extent but it causes my phone to bootloop to twrp recovery, anyway I flashed the gapps with this twrp, replaced it with my stock rom from fast boot now everything is working.........except auto brightness, miracast and the offline charging animation.TWRP for your device: https://unofficialtwrp.com/twrp-3-3-1-root-ulefone-note-7p/
Google installer without root: https://androidfilehost.com/?fid=818070582850489460
those can usually be fixed by custom vendorHi sorry for the late reply, the twrp above works to some extent but it causes my phone to bootloop to twrp recovery, anyway I flashed the gapps with this twrp, replaced it with my stock rom from fast boot now everything is working.........except auto brightness, miracast and the offline charging animation.
you can install Magisk first and then flash Gapps for Magisk here.Can you please help me in installing gapps in this GSI. My device is Realme x7 max ( mediatek 1200 ) and there is no twrp support. I can install this GSI without any issue but the issue is gapps as it require a recovery to install. Can you guide how I can install any kind of gapps into LOS. Do I need vndlite image ?
xz -d -k -c ##FILENAME## > ROM.img simg2img ROM.img ROM_RAW.img e2fsck -y -f ROM_RAW.img resize2fs ROM_RAW.img 3500M e2fsck -E unshare_blocks -y -f ROM_RAW.img e2fsck -f -y ROM_RAW.img resize2fs -M ROM_RAW.img img2simg ROM_RAW.img Lineage_RW.img
mkdir tmpdir mount -o loop,rw ROM_RAW.img tmpdir rm tmpdir/system/bin/phh-su rm tmpdir/system/etc/init/su.rc umount tmpdir
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