- Dec 4, 2020
Hi there, it would appear that downloads for LOS19-20 are missing from sourceforge, is it a problem on my end or is someone else seeing the same thing?
Scared me too, but on second inspection, seems to be a site display issue, as the files are still there when viewed via FTP (for uploading). Many other people have filed this issue in SF support already, we just gotta wait.Hi there, it would appear that downloads for LOS19-20 are missing from sourceforge, is it a problem on my end or is someone else seeing the same thing?
Alright, thanks for clearing that up.Scared me too, but on second inspection, seems to be a site display issue, as the files are still there when viewed via FTP (for uploading). Many other people have filed this issue in SF support already, we just gotta wait.
Here are some instructions: https://github.com/phhusson/treble_experimentations/wiki/Xiaomi-Redmi-Note-10-Pro--Pro-Maxhow to flash this on redmi note 10 pro?
This device has super block. Roms that come with .zip file are flashed easily, but don't know how to flash image file as my device has super block.
Wow! I'm extremely grateful!
This device has super
the manual dd method is neither safe not straightforward.Be careful though
I disagree. dd is only unsafe for people that don't know what they're doing. I've been using it for years and have rarely made a mistake, except in the cases of typing errors. It's just a tool, if used wisely and correctly, nothing bad will happen. How do you think I flash all my GSIs?the manual dd method is neither safe not straightforward.
Better use fastbootD (which is mainly the part of a recovery).
Google would tell you can run it with "reboot fastboot" from an Android.
Nope. It's just you, I can see them fine.Hi there, it would appear that downloads for LOS19-20 are missing from sourceforge, is it a problem on my end or is someone else seeing the same thing?
Seems they've resolved it by now, phew.Nope. It's just you, I can see them fine.
The stock camera fully works for you? For me, trying to use the rear camera made the app crash, but front camera worked fine. I also tried a few 3rd party camera apps, all working 100%. So it's just the camera app bundled into LOS that has a problem.Thank you to all the devs. This TD based release is the most stable for my Xperia 1 III (BC72). The camera is working and no high pitched audio issues in MS-Teams and VoIP. 'Alternate audio policy' option fixed VoIP and 'disable stereo support on VoIP' fixed MS-Teams for me.
With the light version, camera wasn't able to save images and freezes. Also, MS-Teams has high pitched audio even with 'alternate audio policy' toggled on.
I'm one happy camper now! Keep up the good work!
Under "light", neither stock nor Sony's Photo Pro camera worked. With TD, both stock and Sony have no issues using front/rear/wide angle. I haven't tried gcam yet.The stock camera fully works for you? For me, trying to use the rear camera made the app crash, but front camera worked fine. I also tried a few 3rd party camera apps, all working 100%. So it's just the camera app bundled into LOS that has a problem.
Ok. I never tried light, only the "regular" TD version. The reason being, @AndyYan has stated that light are personal builds that are custom tailored to his needs. I don't want that, since what he considers optimal may not be good for everyone else.Under "light", neither stock nor Sony's Photo Pro camera worked. With TD, both stock and Sony have no issues using front/rear/wide angle. I haven't tried gcam yet.
Maybe the terminal app isn't present at all? That's the only thing I can think of. If it's not there, you can always use Termux or whatever.I have an issue where I can search for 'Local Terminal' in settings and click on the search result, but it is not available/missing when viewing Developer options. This has been an issue since I switched from LineageOS 19.x to 20.
You can dirty flash with fastboot and keep user data and apps intact. Obviously, don't wipe user data. Just unhide Magisk before you do so and rehide after you're done. When left hidden, you may end up with multiple instances.Is it safe to upgrade from an existing installation (lineage-20.0-20221111-UNOFFICIAL-arm64_bgN-vndklite-secure.img) to the new version (lineage-20.0-20230115-UNOFFICIAL-arm64_bgN-vndklite.img)?
I would update via fastboot flash system lineage-20.0-20230115-UNOFFICIAL-arm64_bgN-vndklite.img.
Of course I would like to take over my existing data incl. the GApps and Magisk.
Would this be the right way?
Would there be any other steps necessary?
Set up IMS/VoLTE properly in Treble settings.Hello i run LOS 20-20230507-UNOFFICIAL-arm64_bvS on a xiaomi redmi note 11, and i can't send any SMS or MMS in 4G, only 3G mode (By changing prefered network) works well...any idea ?
This sounds like something crashing hard in the background repeatedly - a logcat would perhaps be useful.It was at this point the phone display started stuttering whenever I'd touch the screen (and sometimes would do so without). The setup process was stuttering throughout the entire process.
At the end of the setup, after I pressed on the final button at the end of the Lineage Setup, the screen finally went black and the only sort of response I could do was to hold the power button, which showed me a minimal power menu.
Neither - right now it's a known issue that Moto/Lenovo QCOM S vendor devices have spotty or no SMS reception, and this can easily break daily driving. I've even bought a device just to look into this, but so far I don't know how to solve it within a GSI environment (device-specific ROMs have more room to work with).Also is the TD based rom, or the light rom expected to have better compatibility with phones like the Legion Y70 (ignoring the call bug)?
Just because this is a generic image doesn't mean there's a generic enough way of flashing it everywhere. I've handled dozens of devices for GSI purposes so far, and many have curious traits that one would never know until a hands-on. You can blame me for being lazy and not summarizing findings on my devices on PHH's wiki, but I won't take blame for not offering an all-encompassing guide that "just works"."Disclaimer:
No flashing instructions will be offered. If you're here in this forum, you should know what you're doing."
Keep jealously guarding your secrets and let the rest of the world die stupid, you lousy rats!
Unfortunately, Play Store is a necessary addition to MicroG. And it's otherwise the only not open source Google app i include. It's pretty much the only way to buy apps or make in-app purchases. And some apps check their licenses to make sure they're not pirated. Without PS, this isn't possible, not without resorting to other apps/methods that coincidentally are forbidden for discussion by XDA rules.Lecture you? Dude, by installing just one Google app after your MicroG exhbition all that you said above failed down deep in the water so better revise your thinking from ground up
You probably debloated too much. There's not much of a point in doing so, LOS is very clean, even the GApps builds. If you want a gsi that doesn't need debloating, go for Phh's AOSP vanilla builds. No fluff, just raw Android. And its' bugs will be 99% the same as this LOS. For GApps, use vndklite and flash MindTheGApps on top, if you have TWRP.It's strange really, flashed week ago or so and still no stats. We'll keep on looking but at least I know it's me and not for rest of you guys,
Oh, gotta say I debloated a ton of apps from it so I may exaggerated a bit lol
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rm -rf external/chromium-webview/prebuilt/* rm -rf .repo/projects/external/chromium-webview/prebuilt/* rm -rf .repo/project-objects/LineageOS/android_external_chromium-webview_prebuilt_*
adb root adb shell setprop persist.sys.phh.securize false adb reboot