So, can anyone take please tell me what the f2fs_optimize.zip is meant for? Let's say I choose to flash either the decrypted or encrypted f2fs files then proceed with the instructions and flash fstab afterwards. Is the 'optimize' files meant to be flashed afterwards or what? There's no info about that.
The system starts without problems.
But when I restart in TWRP, the system is encrypted (it does not recognize the folders / files).
Can you tell me what is wrong?
It happened to me after flashing the stock rom without removing the FP before. It was too late when I remembered I had to do that. Flashing the rom automatically changes the active partition so everything you see in gibberish looks like that because the partition was encrypted when you flashed the ROM.zip. I personally didn't try anything other than wiping the internal storage but you could just boot into twrp and sideload the ROM.zip. That's gonna switch the active partition back to what it previously was (A or B) and you might get your user data back.Clean install... any security added...
update：already fix, the reason is magisk module incompatible, I'm not sure which exactly but I only install 3 module: riru core, riru storage redirect, riru internal browser. Hope it helpful.
I'm a new guy in this kernel, I only use blu_spark kernel a long time before at OnePlus 3T.
So I only
'fastboot boot twrp_official_3.3.1-2.img'
and then dirty flash r19.zip to OOS OpenBeta 24,it works partially.
I mean it is hard to reach homescreen but enter some status like bootloop.
But it can boot into system in the end, after 3 times to dozens of times.
In addition, sometimes crash&reboot occur too.
Any idea about the right way to enjoy this kernel?
Am I missing something?
It's not exactly noticeable though, so I don't know if it's totally worth it though
Well, engineers are always going to brag about how much fancier their new code is, myself included.
Though I understand users saying it's not worth it, albeit a bit discouraging.
You can just care about what you actually feel, discarding the underlying technical advancements as those might be particularly unnoticeable for you.
Actually, smoothness is not even close to the stock kernel. It needs A LOT more refining to do, no offence to anyone, I hope.
Try using Twitter for a few moments and that'll look like a stuttery mess. I just can't NOT notice that.
The difference to ext4 is totally unnoticeable in day to day use, unless people know specific ways to exploit it.