My Santander UK app has stopped working, but I can't be sure if it is upgrading the fw or another issue as the app just closes to protect me without being clear exactly why.
That a banking app? Mine all work after the operation. Maybe just re-install it?
Side load the update? Can't I update through ota after the firmware install? I don't want to wipe clean my phone. That's why I'm hesitant to update to the latest build
Thanks, have already tried uninstalling, reinstalling, resetting phone, clearing app cache, deleting Power line app (that overlays).
It's also covered in the second post (the installation instructions).
My understanding is you do need to intstall TWRP to update firmware, but then it will be overwritten by stock recovery when ArrowOS is updated.
However, having installed TWRP using these instructions, firmware still seems to be 188.8.131.52 as the signature check of both firmwares (12.5.4 and 12.5.6) both fail.
ETA: Installed without signature verification check but 'adb shell getprop' still shows 184.108.40.206....
experience just now. i was expecting a bootloop but everything is working great.Had something strange happen. I sideloaded with adb but got stuck at 47%, then got this message:
adb: failed to read command: No error: 0I restarted the sideload, and again got stuck at 47% with the same message.
I disconnected the phone from PC expecting to deal with a loop or something bad, but the phone stated up with the OS installed. I set it up like normal and no problems. Downloaded my apps and no problems. Connected to wifi, data, bluetooth... no problems. PIN, fingerprint no problem. In fact, I can't find anything wrong. been using for 2 days now, no problems.
I'm confused. I get it "if it's not broken don't fix it", but I haven't read anyone else running into this 'not-problem' problem.
Anyone else experience this?
Is there something specific that I can check that will confirm that the OS is installed complete or incomplete?
I have TWRP, but the instructions were for adb so I used that. I was on 220.127.116.11 global.
The adb command merely reads the build.prop file. The contents of which is entirely under the control of the ROM developer and doesn't actually reflect what the firmware version is. A better value to check is the baseband version, as this often gets updated with a firmware flash.
For me OTA work. How usually i saying, no logs = no bugs.
fastboot flash boot_ab boot_alioth.img fastboot flash vendor_boot_ab vendor_boot_alioth.img
fastboot reboot recovery
adb sideload name.zip
adb sideload name.zip