Nope, I don't know, but it has been reported upstream, aswell. See: https://github.com/microg/android_packages_apps_GmsCore/issues/666 You may post a logcat there.
Hi, I'm interested in your NanoDroid-microG module.
My TWRP doesn't support AROMA installer. Is that alright? What files should I modify if I want to choose a few options, like the store I want for example, or location provider backend?
Also, do you know if there's a way to know what apps use GCM? Because I'm using Titanium Backup and I guess for these apps using GCM it's either to clean install them.
EDIT: with greenify it's possible to see what apps use GCM. There are actually so many, even when they shouldn't use it. But for most of them I don't need to have instant notifications.
Inside each zip is the fallback configuration file, you can extract it and modify it, then save it in either
c) the same directory as the zip file
As mentioned in the 20.3 beta announcement post the syntax for two variables changed with the beta, so for further advice I need to know which one you use (stable or beta).
Also if the doc say: nanodroid_something=[0|1] then it means you have the following choices
for on-off variables 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled, else the meaning is further described in the docs. If the docs (for the beta) say: nanodroid_something=[0|1][0|1] then it means you have the following choices
where each element (digit) as it's own meaning, which is further described in the docs, so what you posted nanodroid_something=2 1 will be nanodroid_something=2 (everything past be space is ditched).
Again depends on whether you're going to use the beta or stable.
hi, for some reason i cant download this module, after 5 seconds the speed starts to fall down quickly to a full stop, i've tried downloading it with jdownloader, and from the opera and chrome browsers with or without a vpn and still not able to finish a download, does anyone have a mirror for the NanoDroid-20.2a.20181122.zip file?
No problem here downloading from Nanolx, AFH recently often has slow mirrors.
Did something change in droid guard ? Last time I had tried droid-guard, I had to make it a priv-app in an AOSP build. What needs to be done to make it work without priv-app ?
Works here as system/app + user-app (udpate), but fails for some as priv-app.