[OFFICIAL] LineageOS 17.1 for z3c

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pawloland

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Jan 23, 2019
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Hi guys,
before opening the bootloader on my newly bought Z3 Compact in order to run LOS 17.1 then I'd like to ask the following question: Is it still even possible to backup the device's DRM keys from the TA partition? In case it's still possible is there an up-to-date how-to available somewhere? All I found seemed outdated to me. In case DRM key backup is still possible I wonder if it's still needed at all since reading across this forum and a German one I got the impression that at least in the past LineageOS had implemented something which basically out of the box gives near Stock-ROM-camera-quality which is all I care about in regards to the DRM issue. So is that still the case or did Sony intervene in the meantime and prevent that?
Thanks very much for reading!
DRM keys are still on your phone if previous owner didn't tinker with it before, or if he backed them up, and restored them properly. These keys are only functional on stock ROM, they will do nothing on custom rom, or they will even break things on custom rom, because they aren't meant to be there (I am not sure about that, never tried it). You can follow old guides, this phone is old, so the guides are also old, but not outdated - there wasn't any new stock updata since android MM. Wether it is needed or not, I would say it is not needed if you plan to use only custom roms and never come back to stock, but if you want to go back to stock at some point for wathever reason, you would need TA backup, to have the exact same experience as before unlocking bootloader. If you don't do TA backup, you will lose your unique DRM keys forever. Personally I would back them up, because it doesn't cost anything and can come in handy in the future.
 

armorgeddon

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@pawloland Thanks for answering! I successfully backed up my DRM keys using "Universal (Dirtycow-based) TA Backup v2" which was very easy to do and didn't even need rooting the device prior.

*EDIT* I successfully installed this ROM now, all looking good so far. What's the recommended method to root this LineageOS ROM?

*EDIT2* Well, the enjoyment with the device only lasted for a very short while since I now discovered that SD-cards won't click-in into the Z3Cs reader. Appalling quality control at Sony, attention to detail traditionally only to their DRM systems :-( I'll try to get a replacement device from the seller, so my question above regarding how to root best is still valid.
 
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L.Lmar

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Aug 4, 2016
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@pawloland Thanks for answering! I successfully backed up my DRM keys using "Universal (Dirtycow-based) TA Backup v2" which was very easy to do and didn't even need rooting the device prior.

*EDIT* I successfully installed this ROM now, all looking good so far. What's the recommended method to root this LineageOS ROM?

*EDIT2* Well, the enjoyment with the device only lasted for a very short while since I now discovered that SD-cards won't click-in into the Z3Cs reader. Appalling quality control at Sony, attention to detail traditionally only to their DRM systems :-( I'll try to get a replacement device from the seller, so my question above regarding how to root best is still valid.
Magisk 20.4 flashable zip, can be updated to the latest via the app, but it seems versions after 20.4 do not survive LOS updates. Magisk app v.22 is fine
p.s. Need to push sdcard quite deep so that it snaps into place
 
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MxUltra

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Hi, it might be a bit off topic.
I just tried 17.1 on my z3c and noticed that some of my apps for work do not work on Android 10, so I wanted to go back to 16.0 but i don't have the zip file anymore. As I could not find a recent download for 16.0 I wanted to ask if someone still had recent version?
I think I had lineage-16.0-20200901-nightly-z3c-signed.zip (I think it was the last 16.0 Version) so if someone could upload it or point me to a download link it would be very appreciated.

regards
 

steve8x8

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Hi, it might be a bit off topic.
I just tried 17.1 on my z3c and noticed that some of my apps for work do not work on Android 10, so I wanted to go back to 16.0 but i don't have the zip file anymore. As I could not find a recent download for 16.0 I wanted to ask if someone still had recent version?
I think I had lineage-16.0-20200901-nightly-z3c-signed.zip (I think it was the last 16.0 Version) so if someone could upload it or point me to a download link it would be very appreciated.

regards
You have a PM... For all others: there's still a microG version (only a bit older) on https://download.lineage.microg.org/z3c/
 
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Samare

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Nov 6, 2014
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Just as with other Android 9 and 10 roms, I had heavy battery drain because of the media.extractor process.
https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/10-official-carbonrom-cr-8-0-z3c.4047649/post-84715425

I worked around it by killing it at boot with a simple Tasker profile (Edit: I added a two minutes delay to make sure the process is already started) :
<TaskerData sr="" dvi="1" tv="5.9.3">
<Profile sr="prof2" ve="2">
<cdate>1616707624817</cdate>
<edate>1617276057191</edate>
<flags>8</flags>
<id>2</id>
<mid0>3</mid0>
<nme>Kill media.extractor</nme>
<Event sr="con0" ve="2">
<code>411</code>
<pri>0</pri>
</Event>
</Profile>
<Task sr="task3">
<cdate>1616707684454</cdate>
<edate>1617276057191</edate>
<id>3</id>
<pri>100</pri>
<Action sr="act0" ve="7">
<code>30</code>
<Int sr="arg0" val="0"/>
<Int sr="arg1" val="0"/>
<Int sr="arg2" val="2"/>
<Int sr="arg3" val="0"/>
<Int sr="arg4" val="0"/>
</Action>
<Action sr="act1" ve="7">
<code>123</code>
<Str sr="arg0" ve="3">killall media.extractor</Str>
<Int sr="arg1" val="0"/>
<Int sr="arg2" val="1"/>
<Str sr="arg3" ve="3"/>
<Str sr="arg4" ve="3"/>
<Str sr="arg5" ve="3"/>
</Action>
</Task>
</TaskerData>

Like mentioned, we currently have to use Magisk 20.4 to root it.
The best way is to install LineageOS then Magisk 20.4 and finally Magisk 22 all through recovery.

Edit: I finally identified the problematic file, a 70 MB opus file.
 
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Samare

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Hey guys,

Does anyone have cell service issues - no service in spite of the phone recognizing the SIM card and even the network?

Thanks.
No problem here.
It may be obvious, but do you have enough credit?
Did it work just before flashing this rom?
You could make a nandroid backup on the micro sdcard and try the original Android 6 one.
 

mcsly100

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Mar 25, 2021
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No problem here.
It may be obvious, but do you have enough credit?
Did it work just before flashing this rom?
You could make a nandroid backup on the micro sdcard and try the original Android 6 one.
Yes, everything worked fine on the stock rom, but unfortunately I have no backup of that, so I installed CM 12.1 and it seems to have no such problem either (I wouldn't mind having 17.1 though)...
 

NeoArian

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  • Nov 25, 2017
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    Good Evening!

    It's the time again, you might have already noticed that lineage 18.1 is official for some devices now. We, the sony shinano maintainers, were not sleeping and have also prepared our device for 18.1. I have uploaded a test build here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ep...18.1/lineage-18.1-20210406-UNOFFICIAL-z3c.zip
    I would appreciate some testing/feedback on this build. There shouldn't be major issues on the test build, from my own testing it should be on-par with 17.1.
    I am optimistic that we can also achieve an official release of 18.1 for the z3c.

    All source codes can be found on the lineageos github in lineage-18.1 branches + additional patches for sony msm8974 are up on gerrit: https://review.lineageos.org/q/status:open+-is:wip

    Happy flashing!
     

    Daedalus1979

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    Good Evening!

    It's the time again, you might have already noticed that lineage 18.1 is official for some devices now. We, the sony shinano maintainers, were not sleeping and have also prepared our device for 18.1. I have uploaded a test build here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ep...18.1/lineage-18.1-20210406-UNOFFICIAL-z3c.zip
    I would appreciate some testing/feedback on this build. There shouldn't be major issues on the test build, from my own testing it should be on-par with 17.1.
    I am optimistic that we can also achieve an official release of 18.1 for the z3c.

    All source codes can be found on the lineageos github in lineage-18.1 branches + additional patches for sony msm8974 are up on gerrit: https://review.lineageos.org/q/status:open+-is:wip

    Happy flashing

    Do we expect all to work?
     

    NeoArian

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  • Nov 25, 2017
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    Sony Xperia Z3 Compact
    Hello everyone,

    when I'm doing system updates after the installation process is completed the file is not deleting automaticly.
    Then I need to manually boot into trwp and delete the system update file there.
    My Phone is not rooted.
    What can I do that the update file where deleted automaticly?

    Best regards
    Sepp

    You can enable that updates should be deleted after installation in the Updater. You can find it in settings -> system ( -> advanced ) -> Updater -> three dots -> preferences -> Delete updates when installed.
     

    tomKater

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    Jul 29, 2014
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    Huawei MediaPad M5 Lite
    Hello,

    I need some help.

    I did the update 20210413 today with OTA system. Unfortunately, after the flash, the phone reboots in bootloop (the lineageos logo turn a while and after that it reboots in recovery mode, in twrp).

    I tryied to flash manually the previous version (20210330), same behavior

    It's not the first time I have this issue after update with OTA system. This time, I did a backup in twrp BEFORE update (boot, system and data). Strangely, when I do a restore with this backup, I'm in bootloop again (the difference is the bootloop is endless this time, no go back to recovery automatically).

    Do you have a solution for me ? I would like to avoid flashing from scratch and setup again all my phone :(
     
    Hello,

    I need some help.

    I did the update 20210413 today with OTA system. Unfortunately, after the flash, the phone reboots in bootloop (the lineageos logo turn a while and after that it reboots in recovery mode, in twrp).

    I tryied to flash manually the previous version (20210330), same behavior

    It's not the first time I have this issue after update with OTA system. This time, I did a backup in twrp BEFORE update (boot, system and data). Strangely, when I do a restore with this backup, I'm in bootloop again (the difference is the bootloop is endless this time, no go back to recovery automatically).

    Do you have a solution for me ? I would like to avoid flashing from scratch and setup again all my phone :(
    This occasionally happens to me when flashing the Z3C and other Sony devices. I can usually get round it by taking the following steps in TWRP:
    1. Backup your data partition
    2. Format - not just wipe - the data partition
    3. Flash the new ROM - I usually do it by installing from SD card, but `adb sideload` should work too
    4. Boot the phone and go through the setup wizard app, setting any screen pattern or PIN you had previously.
    5. Restore the backup of your data partition
    I hope that helps
     

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    • 1
      @NeoArian : will you start a New thread for 18.1? Or did i missed it?
      I will create a new thread for 18.1 once it goes official. The current builds are "just" some test builds which I shared because they are in a really good shape already.
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      Thanks to everyone for the really detailed testing :) I really appreciate it.
      Since yesterday (still on 18.1), I have two kernel wakelocks preventing deep sleep:
      - msm_serial_hs_dma
      - BTLowPower

      I used BBS with the adb shell settings put global hidden_api_policy 1 fix to check the wakelocks.
      Regarding the BTLowPower wakelock, @J_C_D has fixed that on lineage-17.1 recently and at this time the lineage-18.1 branch was already forked. I will make sure to include the fix for lineage-18.1 with the next update.
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      Good Evening!

      It's the time again, you might have already noticed that lineage 18.1 is official for some devices now. We, the sony shinano maintainers, were not sleeping and have also prepared our device for 18.1. I have uploaded a test build here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ep...18.1/lineage-18.1-20210406-UNOFFICIAL-z3c.zip
      I would appreciate some testing/feedback on this build. There shouldn't be major issues on the test build, from my own testing it should be on-par with 17.1.
      I am optimistic that we can also achieve an official release of 18.1 for the z3c.

      All source codes can be found on the lineageos github in lineage-18.1 branches + additional patches for sony msm8974 are up on gerrit: https://review.lineageos.org/q/status:open+-is:wip

      Happy flashing!

      It's been a while since last time I did test a new Android version on this smartphone.
      First of all, I'd like to thank you all maintainers for your effort and to congratulate for the great work done with this first build of lineage 18.1.
      I did some basic testing (don't expect anything too accurate, since this is not my main device for a while) which I'll resume below:
      • Booting was fine and time is quite comparable with previous lineage versions
      • I succesfully installed a test build of OpenGapps (micro configuration of 20210130), which seems to work pretty well
      • account setup and sync works
      • WiFi working at both 2.4/5 GHz
      • Bluetooth working fine, I had no problems connecting to my bluetooth earbuds and listen to some music
      • NearbySharing is working like a charm and quite fast too
      • online charging is working at full speed (about 1800 mA with a quickcharge 3.0 wall charger)
      • MTP working
      • OTG works for both input devices (mouse, keyboard, etc..) or mass storage
      • camera is fully working (taking pictures with both front/rear cameras, taking videos, flash)
      • phone calls are working, but I believe that microphones are swapped, using the upper one as main, resulting in a low volume during calls
      • mobile data is stuck at EDGE for me, I couldn't get it to use LTE instead
      • audio is fine
      • video playback also seems to be fine (tested on youtube at 1080p)
      • chromecast works, in fact I did cast screen and youtube to a Google Nest Hub without any problem
      • the OS is overall responsive and snappy, even with gapps installed
      • screen rotation, accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, etc.. all fine
      • double tap to wake and other classic gestures are fine
      • I couldn't test hotspot since, as I said, I was stuck at 2G connection which was quite unresponsive
      • unfortunately I cannot test GPS or NFC neither
      I hope I did not forget something important.
      I'm going to keep this installed since it's really stable, so feel free to ask me for some other testing and I'll for sure try to do that as soon as I have some spare time :)
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      Good Evening!

      It's the time again, you might have already noticed that lineage 18.1 is official for some devices now. We, the sony shinano maintainers, were not sleeping and have also prepared our device for 18.1. I have uploaded a test build here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ep...18.1/lineage-18.1-20210406-UNOFFICIAL-z3c.zip
      I would appreciate some testing/feedback on this build. There shouldn't be major issues on the test build, from my own testing it should be on-par with 17.1.
      I am optimistic that we can also achieve an official release of 18.1 for the z3c.

      All source codes can be found on the lineageos github in lineage-18.1 branches + additional patches for sony msm8974 are up on gerrit: https://review.lineageos.org/q/status:open+-is:wip

      Happy flashing!

      Thank you NeoArian and all other developers!
      Your LineageOS 17.1 build really revived this small phone!
      My previous experiences with installing unofficial builds were not as great as this one.
      The only things I miss compared to stock Android 6 are the camera button full press to open the camera app (which by the way starts slower than on stock Android 6), the secondary mic noise suppression (which wasn't working anymore on mine anyway) and the service tests opened with the *#*#SERVICE#*#* code.

      About this new LineageOS 18.1 (I used MindTheGapps-11.0.0-arm-20210412_124103), I didn't notice any problem compared to 17.1.
      In fact, using Migrate to restore all apps and settings, I almost thought the update didn't work since it booted like usual.

      For the other users, in addition to Migrate, I of course reinstalled Magisk, which doesn't work natively (even with the workaround of installing 20.4 first) on this new 18.1 build. The boot_patch.sh file has to be modified, I've attached a version of Magisk 22.1 with that file already modified (works at least on Z3C). NeoArian: is there any way to modify the builds so that they use init instead of init.real?

      I did some basic testing
      Pretty extensive "basic testing"!

      • phone calls are working, but I believe that microphones are swapped, using the upper one as main, resulting in a low volume during calls
      • mobile data is stuck at EDGE for me, I couldn't get it to use LTE instead
      • double tap to wake and other classic gestures are fine
      • unfortunately I cannot test GPS or NFC neither
      - Phone calls were fine on 17.1, haven't checked yet on 18.1. UPDATE: still fine on 18.1
      - LTE works here (at least band 1). I'll see if I can connect to different bands.
      I don't know if it helps, but here's what modemcaps says:
      ========================================
      Sony Xperia Z3 Compact
      Model ID : z3c
      SoC : SDM800
      Modem HW : MTP (msm)
      Modem FW : 8974-AAAAANAZQ-00112-61
      Modem Link : Generation 2 (Channel 0)
      Kernel Base : Linux 3.4.113
      Kernel Fork : gb76b4a9ae603
      Sys Version : Android 11 (armeabi-v7a)
      App Version : 2019-12-27-10 (armeabi-v7a)
      https://t.me/ru_fieldtest_modemcaps
      ========================================
      SIM Card : Single SIM
      LTE CA : Is not supported
      LTE Voice : GSM/UMTS CS Fallback
      CDMA2000 1X CS Fallback
      VoLTE
      Radios : 2G GSM
      3G UMTS
      4G LTE
      GSM Bands : B3 (1800 FDD)
      B8 (900/E FDD)
      B- (900/P FDD)
      B5 (850 FDD)
      B2 (1900 FDD)
      UMTS Bands : B1 (2100 FDD)
      B2 (1900 FDD)
      B4 (1700 FDD)
      B5 (850 FDD)
      B8 (900 FDD)
      LTE Bands : B1 (2100 FDD)
      B2 (1900 FDD)
      B3 (1800 FDD)
      B4 (2100 FDD)
      B5 (850 FDD)
      B7 (2600 FDD)
      B8 (900 FDD)
      B13 (700 FDD)
      B17 (700 FDD)
      B20 (800 FDD)

      - Double tap to wake didn't work for me on stock Android 6 (at least when on deep sleep). It seems to work now which is an improvement.
      - GPS works fine.

      I'm using it from now on, so I'll report any problem.
      3
      Good Evening!

      It's the time again, you might have already noticed that lineage 18.1 is official for some devices now. We, the sony shinano maintainers, were not sleeping and have also prepared our device for 18.1. I have uploaded a test build here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ep...18.1/lineage-18.1-20210406-UNOFFICIAL-z3c.zip
      I would appreciate some testing/feedback on this build. There shouldn't be major issues on the test build, from my own testing it should be on-par with 17.1.
      I am optimistic that we can also achieve an official release of 18.1 for the z3c.

      All source codes can be found on the lineageos github in lineage-18.1 branches + additional patches for sony msm8974 are up on gerrit: https://review.lineageos.org/q/status:open+-is:wip

      Happy flashing!
      First thank you NeoArian and all other developers involved for your great work! I also did some short tests and found nothing which was not working. I worked with OpenGapps test build of 20210130. I tested:

      - WLAN
      - Bluethooth
      - Mobil date
      - phone call
      - Camera/Video/flash light
      - Audio and video playback
      - normal usage like my los 17.1 daily driver

      I used some configuration like i did on my los 17.1 daily driver and it looks really good! Unfortunately I cannot test GPS as my test device had an hardware problem here.

      So really fine from my side here, only the test with Magisk to root the device didn't work. But this shouldn't be related to los 18.1. Hopefully Magisk will be functional sometimes later.

      Thanks again!
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      Hello, I installed 18.1 yesterday (oh boy, it was hard and expensive - SIM Lock with 0 attempts) and I'm impressed. I didn't installed GApps as I can't found ARM pack (anyone help me plz 😁). I skipped LOS17.1 so I compare it to stock 6.0 and in my opinion it's noticably faster and battery lasts longer however maybe because I have no GApps.

      Tested so far
      - WiFi
      - Mobile data
      - Phone calls (calling and answering)
      - Bluetooth (sending/receiving files, earphones, Xbox gamepad, keyboard)
      - GPS (not so advanced tests, I'll test it later)
      - Camera (photos, video in front and rear cams, flashlight)
      - OTG (pendrives and mouse)
      - Screenshots
      - Receiving SMS, but not sending (inactive number)
      - Charging using microUSB and magnetic connector

      Not tested yet:
      - Hotspot
      - NFC
      - Screen recording
      - Screen mirroring

      Found some visual bugs but not sure if it's LOS or Nova Launcher in beta channel so I'll check it and give info later.

      I'm waiting for future builds for tests and hope they'll be [OFFICIAL]!
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      Good Evening!

      It's the time again, you might have already noticed that lineage 18.1 is official for some devices now. We, the sony shinano maintainers, were not sleeping and have also prepared our device for 18.1. I have uploaded a test build here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/ep...18.1/lineage-18.1-20210406-UNOFFICIAL-z3c.zip
      I would appreciate some testing/feedback on this build. There shouldn't be major issues on the test build, from my own testing it should be on-par with 17.1.
      I am optimistic that we can also achieve an official release of 18.1 for the z3c.

      All source codes can be found on the lineageos github in lineage-18.1 branches + additional patches for sony msm8974 are up on gerrit: https://review.lineageos.org/q/status:open+-is:wip

      Happy flashing!
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      Version Information
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      Created 2020-09-08
      Last Updated 2020-09-12
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      Hello @NeoArian , hello community. I'am very happy to see that the "BTLowPower" wakelock issue was fixed by @J_C_D and that it was merged into the android_kernel_sony_msm8974 repository last week. Thanks to all of you that spend your time supporting the Z3C and other older devices until now.
      5
      Yes, that's right.
      When Safe Start is turned on, the accelerometer does not work. Therefore, screen rotation, light sensor does not work.
      Thanks for the report. We were able to reproduce it and have fixed it. We will merge the fix within some days so that it will be fixed in the upcoming releases.
      Greetings, arian.
      4
      GOOD NEWS EVERYBODY!!!
      I managed to finally fix the persistent "BTLowPower" wakelock
      which caused the CPU to no longer enter Deep Sleep state and thus resulted in high battery drain once Bluetooth had been enabled! 🍻

      UPDATE: I just found a much simpler solution that does the trick! The real culprit was a #ifdef in BT Power Management that was introduced by a commit in July 2019 and then has fallen into oblivion :ROFLMAO:.
      Fixed! -> Version 3.
      @tblr0ne , @L.Lmar : can you please also test this version?



      *** TESTERS NEEDED! ***

      Find attached the modified boot.img. USE AT OWN RISK!

      Installation:
      - reboot Z3C into Bootloader (Vol+)
      - flash new boot image over current LineageOS17.1 installation using fastboot
      Code:
      fastboot flash boot boot-BTLowPower-fix-3.img
      - reboot
      Code:
      fastboot reboot

      NOTE for Magisk users:

      After flashing the new boot image, it is required to re-install Magisk. Do this by immediately booting into TWRP after the new boot image is flashed.
      Also note that you need Magisk v20.4 for this! Later versions won't work.
      Anyway, you will be able to upgrade Magisk to up-to-date versions using Magisk Manager after the system has booted.

      @NeoArian when everything seems ok, I will create a merge request in LineageOS/android_kernel_sony_msm8974. Is this the correct place / way to go?
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