I guess you mean the download mode? This doesn't have anything to do with LineageOS.
It could be the same problem in your case.I'm having a similar issue. I can boot into download mode only. When I try to boot into recovery, it shows the TWRP logo for a few seconds and the device reboots. Lineage gets stuck on the loading screen forever. I tried to go back to stock through Odin and repartition with an appropriate PIT file but I had no success, it tries to boot into Lineage. I also tried the NAND erase option on Odin, but it always fails and doesn't continue.
You have to reboot into download mode, I guess you try to flash TWRP?
I guess you mean thea odin mode / download mode.
<ID:0/004> Odin engine v(ID:3.1203)..
I did the exact same thing when i realized there were several other sizes. And got it to work and it is working very nice. Turn off and on faster than before. Thank you very much.I recently installed this version of Lineage on my GT-N8010 (was running stock 4.4.1). Although I'd looked at doing this for some time (years - started looking with a much earlier version of Lineage), I hadn't actually needed to upgrade. I was forced into trying by not being able to use a couple of apps I wanted. It was very straightforward except I wasn't quite sure where to save the image files on internal storage, but it turned out it didn't matter much.
When loading GApps, I tried several versions - micro, nano and then pico - but only pico would fit. I didn't find any info about expanding available space.
Yes, there is only space for pico gapps on our system partition (1.3GB).
Pico seems to offer all I need, thanks. I guess a tutorial about expanding the system partition might be useful for someone but I don't think I'll be needing it anytime soon.Yes, there is only space for pico gapps on our system partition (1.3GB).
It is possible to expand the system partition if you resize data and move all partitions between.
I did this on all my devices to be able to install GSI's. (Most of them need up to 2 GB).
I you really need this, I could write a tutorial, but I still recommend pico gapps because bigger packages will slow the system down.
This device has an arm architecture...
I don't see the problem, but theoretically a factory reset should be enough if you've installed the correct gapps (and not arm64).
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