@go2xraj , would you see if the attached kernel works? If it does, it would help if you could post a log by doing the following:
adb shell su dmesg > /sdcard/log.txt exit exit adb pull /sdcard/log.txt
@rootfan the R1_7_Permissive.img works on 2017 (16gb) dev edition 9.0. the Kernel_R1_7.img boot looped for me using fastboot boot. R1_7_Permissive.img worked with fastboot boot. so i flashed it. system boots up flawless.
thanks if anyone else have others experience positive, please inform usThe latest kernel, R1.8, is for Shield experience 9.1. Supported Shield TVs include all 2015 and 2017 models. The 2019 models are not supported. Enjoy the kernel and leave any feedback that you may have :) Install Instructions: - Download and...forum.xda-developers.com
Yes, we have the same problem, only one USB flash drive could be recognized, but after format like external/internal storage, became corrupted.
Try not to flash TWRP, just boot into it. Does that work?Yes, we have the same problem, only one USB flash drive could be recognized, but after format like external/internal storage, became corrupted.
Also updated to 9.1 hotfix 1, flashed TWRP (twrp-3.3.1-0-shieldtv-pie) and installed 1.8 Kernel via TWRP, i got a bootloop, device always restarted to bootloader.
The latest kernel, R1.8, is for Shield experience 9.1. Supported Shield TVs include all 2015 models. The 2017 model (darcy) is untested with R1.8 and is therefore experimental. The 2019 models are not supported. Enjoy the kernel and leave any feedback that you may have
- Are you in fastboot mode while flashing?Hi,
It's not working for me with 9.1.1 2015 16Gb (I fastboot boot kernel1.8, it starts booting but remains stop at nvidia logo)
Would you mind to be a bit more detailed about the method you use?
Maybe I'm doing unnecessary steps...
What I do:
- I apply the upgrade, so it removes root
- then I tried fastbooting boot kernel 1.8 (as I said it didn't work for me)
- so I twrp flash magisk (25.2), that's running OK
- and thet again tried unsuccessfully to fastboot boot kernel1.8 with the already described result
Any clue? Any better procedure?
Yes, as it says on the main thread.I was under the impression magisk is root and kernal is for overclocking totally separate. I think once I read through the thread again the kernal is for overclocking and it is separate but only works on 7.2.3 guess I totally missed it I swear I've read this thread 10 times now. So root works on 8.0 but kernal only on 7.2.3. Can anyone confirm please.