[GSI][UNOFFICIAL][11] Pixel Experience & Pixel Experience Plus

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jmark13

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I'm on the final version of PE11 plus. I use a flip cover (for auto sleep / wake). My device wakes up when I opened the cover, but doesn't go to sleep when closed. Is anyone else having the same issue? It worked fine with the stock. The display goes onto sleep as intended after the set duration. So the problem seems to be really specific.
I was just about to post the same question. I am on the final version PE11 on my Lenovo TB-X606F and the cover will not put the tablet to sleep. Opening the cover works. Everything else works great. So yes, same issue. Hopefully someone can help.
 

shnioob

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I was just about to post the same question. I am on the final version PE11 on my Lenovo TB-X606F and the cover will not put the tablet to sleep. Opening the cover works. Everything else works great. So yes, same issue. Hopefully someone can help.
Hey - wanted to ask how you got PE11 working on the X606F. I'm getting stuck at the Google logo with bar animation underneath during the first boot. Let me know your steps if you have a moment. Thanks.
 

Chiryn

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It's a meh OS. A bit laggy on my Redmi 9T 5G overall. The 3 buttons at the bottom being replaced by inconsistent 'gestures' is very annoying and not able to turn them off. Not to mention it says Android 11 but I got Android 12 instead, which none of my custom recoveries support. At least earphones work.
Overall, pretty sluggish, floaty animations and not much QoL. Can't change call volume either.
 

starfall88

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Running the latest A12 version. Works perfectly with oneplus N10 5G. Very smooth. Haven't seen any major issues except NFC cannot be turned on. Please keep this ROM going and up to date. Thanks!
 

DocMAX

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Installed 402.1 GSI on Unihertz Jelly 2. Working fine except hardware navigation touch buttons. Any ideas?
 

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Chrome Crashing & Google Play Services Crashing and random phone resets? Any Ideas?

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Tab E

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Same issue here, on a Huawei Mediapad M5 - CMR-W09. It doesn't need VNDK, and even the "slim" image is too big.
I was able to overcome this issue with a tool called parted. I increased the system partition to about 3.5 GB and flashed the system image.
 
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jbbandos

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I was able to overcome this issue with a tool called parted. I increased the system partition to about 3.5 GB and flashed the system image.

Unfortunately, there is no working TWRP for the CMR-W09, so using parted isn't an alternative. :(
 

jbbandos

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Try 3.2.1.0 "gaguga edition" or
3.4.0.0-mod by "S_mak"
Download
Thanks, the 3.2.1-GAGUGA works - despite being unable to decrypt /data, but that isn't an issue.
Now I need to find a working parted compiled for arm64, and make sense of the 66 (!!!) partitions. I'm guessing I'll need to enlarge system_a to 3.5GB (it's 2.7GB currently), move the preas, preavs, patch_a and reserved5 up, and reduce userdata.
Code:
fdisk -l /dev/block/mmcblk0
Found valid GPT with protective MBR; using GPT

Disk /dev/block/mmcblk0: 61071360 sectors, 1148M
Logical sector size: 512
Disk identifier (GUID): f9f21fff-a8d4-5f0e-9746-594869aec34e
Partition table holds up to 128 entries
First usable sector is 34, last usable sector is 61071359

Number  Start (sector)    End (sector)  Size       Code  Name
   1            1024            2047        512K   0700  frp
   2            2048            6143       2048K   0700  persist
   3            6144           16383       5120K   0700  reserved1
   4           16384           17407        512K   0700  reserved6
   5           17408           18431        512K   0700  vrl
   6           18432           19455        512K   0700  vrl_backup
   7           19456           36863       8704K   0700  modem_secure
   8           36864           49151       6144K   0700  nvme
   9           49152          180223       64.0M   0700  oeminfo
  10          180224          245759       32.0M   0700  secure_storage
  11          245760          311295       32.0M   0700  modem_om
  12          311296          319487       4096K   0700  modemnvm_factory
  13          319488          327679       4096K   0700  modemnvm_backup
  14          327680          352255       12.0M   0700  modemnvm_img
  15          352256          360447       4096K   0700  modemnvm_system
  16          360448          524287       80.0M   0700  splash2
  17          524288          786431        128M   0700  cache
  18          786432         1048575        128M   0700  odm_a
  19         1048576         1052671       2048K   0700  bootfail_info
  20         1052672         1056767       2048K   0700  misc
  21         1056768         1122303       32.0M   0700  reserved2
  22         1122304         1130495       4096K   0700  hhee_a
  23         1130496         1146879       8192K   0700  hisee_fs_a
  24         1146880         1179647       16.0M   0700  dfx
  25         1179648         1212415       16.0M   0700  rrecord
  26         1212416         1212927        256K   0700  fw_lpm3_a
  27         1212928         1220607       3840K   0700  reserved3_a
  28         1220608         1228799       4096K   0700  hisee_img_a
  29         1228800         1253375       12.0M   0700  fastboot_a
  30         1253376         1261567       4096K   0700  vector_a
  31         1261568         1265663       2048K   0700  isp_boot_a
  32         1265664         1294335       14.0M   0700  isp_firmware_a
  33         1294336         1318911       12.0M   0700  fw_hifi_a
  34         1318912         1335295       8192K   0700  teeos_a
  35         1335296         1384447       24.0M   0700  erecovery_kernel_a
  36         1384448         1449983       32.0M   0700  erecovery_ramdisk_a
  37         1449984         1482751       16.0M   0700  erecovery_vendor_a
  38         1482752         1515519       16.0M   0700  sensorhub_a
  39         1515520         1564671       24.0M   0700  kernel_a
  40         1564672         1589247       12.0M   0700  eng_system_a
  41         1589248         1654783       32.0M   0700  recovery_ramdisk_a
  42         1654784         1687551       16.0M   0700  recovery_vendor_a
  43         1687552         1716223       14.0M   0700  dts_a
  44         1716224         1720319       2048K   0700  dto_a
  45         1720320         1724415       2048K   0700  trustfirmware_a
  46         1724416         1839103       56.0M   0700  modem_fw_a
  47         1839104         1863679       12.0M   0700  eng_vendor_a
  48         1863680         1916927       26.0M   0700  reserved4_a
  49         1916928         1933311       8192K   0700  preload_a
  50         1933312         1937407       2048K   0700  recovery_vbmeta_a
  51         1937408         1941503       2048K   0700  erecovery_vbmeta_a
  52         1941504         1949695       4096K   0700  vbmeta_a
  53         1949696         2113535       80.0M   0700  modemnvm_update_a
  54         2113536         2179071       32.0M   0700  reserved7
  55         2179072         2244607       32.0M   0700  version_a
  56         2244608         3850239        784M   0700  vendor_a
  57         3850240         5341183        728M   0700  product_a
  58         5341184         5390335       24.0M   0700  prets
  59         5390336         5406719       8192K   0700  pretvs
  60         5406720         5799935        192M   0700  cust_a
  61         5799936        11452415       2760M   0700  system_a
  62        11452416        13762559       1128M   0700  preas
  63        13762560        13828095       32.0M   0700  preavs
  64        13828096        14237695        200M   0700  patch_a
  65        14237696        14499839        128M   0700  reserved5
  66        14499840        61071359       22.2G   0700  userdata
 

-Alf-

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Sep 28, 2017
2,220
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Huawei P9 Lite
Huawei P10 Lite
Thanks, the 3.2.1-GAGUGA works - despite being unable to decrypt /data, but that isn't an issue.
Now I need to find a working parted compiled for arm64, and make sense of the 66 (!!!) partitions. I'm guessing I'll need to enlarge system_a to 3.5GB (it's 2.7GB currently), move the preas, preavs, patch_a and reserved5 up, and reduce userdata.
Code:
fdisk -l /dev/block/mmcblk0
Found valid GPT with protective MBR; using GPT

Disk /dev/block/mmcblk0: 61071360 sectors, 1148M
Logical sector size: 512
Disk identifier (GUID): f9f21fff-a8d4-5f0e-9746-594869aec34e
Partition table holds up to 128 entries
First usable sector is 34, last usable sector is 61071359

Number  Start (sector)    End (sector)  Size       Code  Name
   1            1024            2047        512K   0700  frp
   2            2048            6143       2048K   0700  persist
   3            6144           16383       5120K   0700  reserved1
   4           16384           17407        512K   0700  reserved6
   5           17408           18431        512K   0700  vrl
   6           18432           19455        512K   0700  vrl_backup
   7           19456           36863       8704K   0700  modem_secure
   8           36864           49151       6144K   0700  nvme
   9           49152          180223       64.0M   0700  oeminfo
  10          180224          245759       32.0M   0700  secure_storage
  11          245760          311295       32.0M   0700  modem_om
  12          311296          319487       4096K   0700  modemnvm_factory
  13          319488          327679       4096K   0700  modemnvm_backup
  14          327680          352255       12.0M   0700  modemnvm_img
  15          352256          360447       4096K   0700  modemnvm_system
  16          360448          524287       80.0M   0700  splash2
  17          524288          786431        128M   0700  cache
  18          786432         1048575        128M   0700  odm_a
  19         1048576         1052671       2048K   0700  bootfail_info
  20         1052672         1056767       2048K   0700  misc
  21         1056768         1122303       32.0M   0700  reserved2
  22         1122304         1130495       4096K   0700  hhee_a
  23         1130496         1146879       8192K   0700  hisee_fs_a
  24         1146880         1179647       16.0M   0700  dfx
  25         1179648         1212415       16.0M   0700  rrecord
  26         1212416         1212927        256K   0700  fw_lpm3_a
  27         1212928         1220607       3840K   0700  reserved3_a
  28         1220608         1228799       4096K   0700  hisee_img_a
  29         1228800         1253375       12.0M   0700  fastboot_a
  30         1253376         1261567       4096K   0700  vector_a
  31         1261568         1265663       2048K   0700  isp_boot_a
  32         1265664         1294335       14.0M   0700  isp_firmware_a
  33         1294336         1318911       12.0M   0700  fw_hifi_a
  34         1318912         1335295       8192K   0700  teeos_a
  35         1335296         1384447       24.0M   0700  erecovery_kernel_a
  36         1384448         1449983       32.0M   0700  erecovery_ramdisk_a
  37         1449984         1482751       16.0M   0700  erecovery_vendor_a
  38         1482752         1515519       16.0M   0700  sensorhub_a
  39         1515520         1564671       24.0M   0700  kernel_a
  40         1564672         1589247       12.0M   0700  eng_system_a
  41         1589248         1654783       32.0M   0700  recovery_ramdisk_a
  42         1654784         1687551       16.0M   0700  recovery_vendor_a
  43         1687552         1716223       14.0M   0700  dts_a
  44         1716224         1720319       2048K   0700  dto_a
  45         1720320         1724415       2048K   0700  trustfirmware_a
  46         1724416         1839103       56.0M   0700  modem_fw_a
  47         1839104         1863679       12.0M   0700  eng_vendor_a
  48         1863680         1916927       26.0M   0700  reserved4_a
  49         1916928         1933311       8192K   0700  preload_a
  50         1933312         1937407       2048K   0700  recovery_vbmeta_a
  51         1937408         1941503       2048K   0700  erecovery_vbmeta_a
  52         1941504         1949695       4096K   0700  vbmeta_a
  53         1949696         2113535       80.0M   0700  modemnvm_update_a
  54         2113536         2179071       32.0M   0700  reserved7
  55         2179072         2244607       32.0M   0700  version_a
  56         2244608         3850239        784M   0700  vendor_a
  57         3850240         5341183        728M   0700  product_a
  58         5341184         5390335       24.0M   0700  prets
  59         5390336         5406719       8192K   0700  pretvs
  60         5406720         5799935        192M   0700  cust_a
  61         5799936        11452415       2760M   0700  system_a
  62        11452416        13762559       1128M   0700  preas
  63        13762560        13828095       32.0M   0700  preavs
  64        13828096        14237695        200M   0700  patch_a
  65        14237696        14499839        128M   0700  reserved5
  66        14499840        61071359       22.2G   0700  userdata
Have you tried resize system in TWRP?
 

jbbandos

Senior Member
May 26, 2010
1,383
323
Brussels
Have you tried resize system in TWRP?
Didn't want to risk having it destroy anything. When resizing partitions, I like to have manual control and visibility of what is going to happen - and, having said that, I'll see if that works in TWRP. But no idea how it is going to resize if there is no free space - my manual approach would be to move the start of userdata up by 800MB, move reserved5, then patch_a, preavs and finally preas to make 800MB free after system_a, and then resize it. No idea if TWRP's resize system will know how to do that.

Edit: Tried it now, but it doesn't work. TWRP seems to think that system has 0MB and can be resized to 0MB only
 
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