If there's no boot security features (e.g. Knox) to disable in the kernel, you can just use the stock kernel. Support for prebuilt kernels is supposedly being deprecated at some point, but it's continued to work for me.How do you build nexus stock without any source?
Pls tell me the progress or some source provider.
I just got distracted with the SM-T510 and Mi Pad 4 releases over the weekend. I'll have one soon for the SM-T290. And, Samsung just posted the T290XXU3BUB2 kernel source, so I'll work with that.I would like to try an Android 11 release. I didn't see a post for it yet so I was wondering if it got delayed.
Possible? Yes, of course. However, I don't build for devices I don't have. If anyone else with at T580 is willing to give it a go, I'm more than happy to share my build scripts.Do you think is possible to port those roms to this tablet? I own a Samsung T580, which is remarkable better with these Lineage based roms, thanks
Possible? Yes, of course. However, I don't build for devices I don't have. If anyone else with at T580 is willing to give it a go, I'm more than happy to share my build scripts.
Once you've installed TWRP, you can install a GSI ROM. I tried Resurrection Remix, but it kept crashing. (That was a while ago and it might be better now.) Currently I use AndyYans's Android 11 version of LineageOS.Sorry, probably I didn't explain me well, I was referring Lineage based roms to the T290, when I bought my T580, first thing I did was installing Lineage, which was heaps better than Samsung Stock Rom, I was wondering if it is possible to do the same for this Tablet, running Lineage or Resurrection Remix.
Sorry, didn't see this sooner.
I use the arm64 bvS version of LineageOS 18.1 image. The download link is in the first few posts of https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/gsi-11-lineageos-18-x-gsi-all-archs.4205461/
SafetyNet fails by design on any device with an unlocked bootloader and custom ROM. Magisk has its tricks to try to fool SafetyNet, but it's a bit of Whack-a-Mole game.SafetyNet check failed (but basic is true). SafetyNet on stock firmware failed too, but MagiskHide always help. In your ROM, if i turn on MagiskHide, i got cyclyng reboot, over and over again until i turn "hide" off.
Unfortunately, the Android 10 kernel source that was posted last week is not working. It compiles fine, but builds to a significantly different size and crashes to the bootloader when packaged in either boot or recovery images. Until that's addressed, I can't provide an MTP fix or any overclocking.Can you make a custom Kernel with GPU Overclock? Tablet not so bad and run some games pretty well, with overclock they can be runs much better.
Okay, all weekend I've been trying to figure out why wireless isn't working on my custom kernel, but it appears the OEM kernel isn't working as well...and I didn't even realize it. This is actually a hugely valuable data point that will drive my troubleshooting in an entirely different direction.Hi, there. I've managed to get the image installed, used the compatible version, etc. After rebooting, I got to TWRP, did the wipe, etc. Upon reboot, I get through to the setup process, skip the SIM setup stuff (no cell stuff in this T290) and then when trying to add a wifi connection, it never completes the "Connect to WiFi" step. If I skip, I can get through manual set up of the basics, manual time config, a few other prompts. All that seems okay. But even when I get to the main menu menu, it seems like everything is working (pulls up, etc) but I'm still not connected. The WiFi radio appears to be turned completely off. Each time I try to turn it back on, it flashes on for a split second, then immediately turns off again.
Any ideas I can try to get this enabled?