Try this command:
adb push modify_phh_gsi.sh /external_sd/modify_phh_gsi.sh
In step 3 you download the files from the internet to your PC. In step 4 you copy the downloaded files to your sdcard.
Yes, start the rescue. That will load the stock ROM for you.
Did you run the modify_phh_gsi.sh script? Did it work?
That sounds like a 3-button problem. Check the TWRP thread for this device for tips.
No, because it is not possible to have 2 different recovery in the same partition. adb reboot recovery also work to boot recovery.
The point of steps 3 and 4 is to get those files onto your sdcard. Once you've done that move on to the next step.No, because it is not possible to have 2 different recovery in the same partition. adb reboot recovery also work to boot recovery.
So, can you tell me please step by step what to do? In step 3 you said download files to sd card, then in step 4 copy them to sd card, but why would I copy them when they already on the sd card? :/ This is why I'm confused with this guide. Also I'm on stock pie already do I need to re-flash it again? How do I run those scripts on the sd card?
Then how other flashed successfully android 11 GSI's if all of them bigger than 3GB and this tab has only 3GB of system space?? Then you can install only android 10 but not 11....On Linux-based systems (like Android), the filesystem and partition are two separate things.
The script in the OP will expand the filesystem to the full size of the system partition. This usually results in enough free space to install GApps (usually nano or pico) after installing a vanilla GSI.
There are no instructions on this thread to change the size of the system partition. If your GSI is larger than the partition, then it will not fit. Compare the size of your GSI image with the size of the system partition.
I run AndyYan's LOS 18, which is about 2GB. It is vanilla A11. Then I install pico opengapps for A11 ARM64. There are other GSIs that fit on these tablets.
To run the script, the OP gives an example using ADB commands. You can also run the script in the TWRP terminal. Or you can open an ADB shell and run it there. If you are getting errors, what do they say?
adb push modify_phh_gsi.sh /external_sd/ adb shell chmod a+x /external_sd/modify_phh_gsi.sh adb push Disable_Dm-Verity_ForceEncrypt.zip /external_sd/ [B]only if you want an encrypted data partition[/B]: adb shell mv /external_sd/Disable_Dm-Verity_ForceEncrypt.zip /external_sd/Disable_Dm-Verity_enfec.zip
adb shell /external_sd/modify_phh_gsi.sh adb reboot
Download Mode: Upgrade Chipset: 8953 eMMC Programmer: prog_emmc_firehose_8953_ddr.mbn Raw program: rawprogram_unsparse_upgrade.xml patch0: patch0.xml
On stock Pie, Hackintosh5's app reports it's an A-only device supported by VNDK 28 Lite. System properties confirm that.
I don't know if LOS is "fully" functional. I loaded it, but didn't thoroughly test it. Wifi worked.