Try this XDA site search and add keywords to taste: site:forum.xda-developers.com/ "LINE Messenger" without gappsI'm wanting to run the microg version of 17.1 on my klte phone. However, I use LINE Messenger, and it is dependent upon Google.
Has anyone been able to come up with a method/workaround/hack/whatever which would allow me to somehow get LINE Messenger to run on the microg version of 17.1?...
Thank you very much! And I apologize for my OT message.LINE Messenger Without GApps Issues
Try this XDA site search and add keywords to taste: site:forum.xda-developers.com/ "LINE Messenger" without gapps
Since MicroG is not supported in this thread try: site:forum.xda-developers.com/ MicroG
That's very interesting. While I haven't solved it, I have had the same issue the last week or so.After booting up, the external SD is not readable anymore and Android asks to reformat, losing all my stored data in the process.
Thanks for sharing your experience.That's very interesting. While I haven't solved it, I have had the same issue the last week or so.
I have been using Lineage 17.1 with regular updates for the last few months and have not had this issue before. I suspected a faulty micro-SD card, but it worked fine with no errors when I take it out of phone and read with PC. Also have had some reboots when starting Open Camera and some other seemingly random reboots that I did not have before the last couple of weeks.
So, not really helpful for solving the problem yet, but having similar symptoms.
EDIT: Confirmed access to SD works fine using TWRP as noted by @n0me
S5 - G900V, Lineage 17.1-20210207, no Magisk, no mG, 128 GB Samsung MicroSD
Exact same for my S5 G900M: Magisk 22.0 did not survive the OTA update & I had to rename Magisk-v22.0.apktoday's up (2/28/2021) uninstalled magisk 22 for me
and when i try to install it through magisk app, it only shows "select and patch a file"
had to rename the magisk .apk to .zip and flash through twrp
Not anymore. See the changelog https://topjohnwu.github.io/Magisk/releases/22000.html and https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releasesUse the Magisk zip install file in TWRP. Can be downloaded at the magisk github site.
- Download the Magisk APK
- Rename the .apk file extension to .zip, for example: Magisk-v22.0.apk → Magisk-v22.0.zip. If you have trouble renaming the file extension (like on Windows), use a file manager on Android or the one included in TWRP to rename the file.
- Flash the zip just like any other ordinary flashable zip.
- Check whether the Magisk app is installed. If it isn’t installed automatically, manually install the APK.
The easiest way to uninstall Magisk is directly through the Magisk app.
If you insist on using custom recoveries, rename the Magisk APK to uninstall.zip and flash it like any other ordinary flashable zip...
No news for you on how SD Card issue may be related to app crashes or reboots, but FWIW, my microSD card is recognized again. I took it out of the phone and put it in an SD adapter and inserted in my Windows 10 PC. Opened file explorer and right-click/properties on the SD Card.It also crashed several times when doing backups to the SD card (Signal, Titanium) so it must be something SD card related. But what?
I will give updates when the new SD card arrives, probably Tuesday. Thanks.