Nope - follow the firmware upgrade guide, then install guide. That simple.Forgot to ask, I had seen where putting my tablet in “Dalvik” cleared up and issue wit google play continuously crashing, which it did. Would the installation of this rom be affected by being in Dalvik as opposed to ARM? Do I need to put it in ARM before upgrading? And does this new OS automatically update or would I need to install an updater app?
Thanks yet again
Lol - it's permissive because sepolicy hasn't been written.
meh, here: https://download.ods.ninja/Android/lineage/yellowstone/
Will you let us know how that works for you? I'm about 99% sure I flashed one of my Tangos persist image to another Tango and it messed up the Wi-Fi.meh, here: https://download.ods.ninja/Android/lineage/yellowstone/
Tell me when you have it so I can remove it.
You did this on a Google Project Tango tablet and not an Nvidia Shield, right?
Not sure why that's under yellowstone since those look like Shield builds, but I think you're in the wrong thread. This is for the Project Tango, which is close to the Shield but different.on a shield using odd's builds from https://updater.oddsolutions.us/yellowstone#/devices/shieldtablet/builds
It isn't under it, # resets the path, someone made a janky URL for no reason.
I will look into this. The drivers for the charger and the external connector (dock charging component) were written for 3.4, and the driver is SUPER hacky. I had to port it to 3.10, but it really needs a clean rewrite to play nicely. The tablet has a pretty high power budget and often the MicroUSB port might not be able to provide enough amperage while the device is in use. The NVidia charging code is somewhat cryptic and it takes a while to reverse what is actually going on. There's some odd behavior with the interrupts handling switching between USB and the dock for charging. Inside the charging IC there is a switch to enable 12V input (charging via dock), and sometimes this can get into an inconsistent state. There's technically TWO batteries wired together as one battery that requires a higher voltage (~8V) than say your typical battery which is usually running at 3.7V.may i ask two questions about the dec 16th build?
1- charging by USB MICRO stops working after installing this update. what changed in the update?(weirdness part, if plugged into a QCS 3.0, starting from a cold boot, it charges for the short boot moment then stops just as the LINEAGE logo transitions to home screen. -- wont charge when off, and wont charge when on, only this short window from boot)
2-under display , themes, the green color if selected, turns everything blue?
And to answer the question - It's a hybrid of tn8's (Shield Tablet) nvboot and a heavily disassembled/reassembled applications bootloader to support the newer TLK/Secure World and PSCI kernel from tn8, allowing us to use kernel 3.10 from nv-tegra as opposed to 3.4 from Google. Much cleaner, must snappier, plus it lets us use Shield Tablet proprietary files for graphics, etc. which has an official Nougat release, which is way easier to work with than KitKat blobs from stock. We split out and use as many tn8 blobs as we can, and yellowstone stock where we need to.
It was designed almost entirely by @ryanbg -he's a legend, and one of the big reasons this device got anything more than cm-14.1 - I did most of the Android-side bringup (which was rough), but his work on kernel and firmware enabled it
Project Tango has no forums of it's own, so we are using Shield Tablets as a home for now.I'm using this : https://updater.oddsolutions.us/yellowstone#/devices/shieldtablet/builds
And this topic is in Shield Tablet.
Is it a bug from the new XDA ?