If you had step 1 and 2 shown completed and the top of the phone screen said reboot in system, you were all set to reboot. This is how Google/Lineage type recovery works.Couldnt get this on tmobile le2117. I guess no custom roms for me except my own debloated 11 :-( (until im able to get token ofc)
Completed copy partitions. Flashed both slots. Was always on 11\11.
Had your recovery installed, failed sideloading at about 50 percent with a device error I think a writing issue.
It was during step 2. When sideloading it failed. I think I shoulda formatted data at the time, since that seemed to allow TWRP to restore too.
What's wrong with instructions in the OP.
Many Thanks for your kind reply,What's wrong with instructions in the OP.
Prerequisite: Have OOS 11 in both slots. There are various methods, but if you had OOS 13, then you'll need to use MSM tool to flash OOS 11, then after booting, put OOS 11 zip on internal storage and update using a local option (to populate slot B). Then follow directions to install Jaguar.
I don't think it's the version. You just need to properly set up drivers etc. for MSM tool.
I actually have had a couple of freezes. Had to force reboot. I thought it was firefox since both times I was trying to open a link in my email. Using fairmail, on V31, and I believe the first time it happened I was on V30. Again both times attempting to open links from an email.
Next time it happens, please let it sit for 5-10minutes and see if it resumes.I actually have had a couple of freezes. Had to force reboot. I thought it was firefox since both times I was trying to open a link in my email. Using fairmail, on V31, and I believe the first time it happened I was on V30. Again both times attempting to open links from an email.
That's the point.
im finding myself not having to charge my phone every half an hour lol... thanks again man, ill be watching this thread for a while now.. finally a decent daily driver.That's the point.
Android 13 is barely beta and yet, it is about to be replaced by Android 14 with alpha bugs. Google does it all the time.
Jaguar is based on Android 11 with 2 years of work ironing out bugs + 80% of under the hood commits from Android master branch.