Yeah, I didn't even think to check it though.yeah the best one! do u have an app like Gsam to find out witch app suck on ur battery?
just using gravity box, works for me.Yeah, I didn't even think to check it though.
Um, lemme give you my module list though. I've heard some modules made for older android versions don't work right anymore and might cause problems.
Awesome Pop-up Video
Flat Style Colored Bars
Statusbar download progress
DS Battery Saver
Any of these not work anymore? or just ones I should get rid of that aren't worth keeping? I honestly can't tell if half of these are doing what they're supposed to do.
Any modules you'd recommend I get?
Installed yesterday, everything works great but sloooow charging but very good battery life from what I can tell. The odd thin is I received a notification for an update from linage, so I d/l but not sure I installed correctly. Tablet came up after the flash, starting receiving "Image not Seanandroid" from a cold power on. Couldn't figure it out right away, and I noticed that SuperSU told me I wasn't rooted. So I reinstalled SuperSU from recovery and both issues resolved. Scary blowing away my stock rom, but I backed it up before I did. If anyone needs help let me know, I'll provide the steps I used. Great ROM.
1. Do I need to keep the Zip files on my SD card? I have plenty of room just wondered
2. Anyone know how to get the google "touch to speak" bar to lay across the screen when in landscape mode (it shows up as a small icon to the left of the screen)? I does in portrait mode.
3. What app can I install on Win 10 to transfer files to my tablet? I can only do so in flash mode with twrp.
How to update to Marshmallow bootloader (required for 20170324 and later builds)
Updating the bootloader is very quick and doesn't wipe data or repartition the device.
If the last Samsung ROM you had was 6.0.1 Touchwiz, you already have Marshmallow bootloader and don't need to follow these steps. (If you were on MM, and it still won't boot, follow the steps below)
1. Download the bootloader-only Odin package: T800XXU1CPK2.tar.md5
This has the latest Marshmallow bootloader (December 2016)
2. Download Odin 3.11
You can skip this if you already have a working Odin
3. Shutdown your tablet and start it up by holding Power+Home+Volume Down to enter Download Mode. Volume Down is the one right next to the power button. Really shut it down and use this key combination, if you use Advanced Restart, or go into download mode via TWRP the bootloader won't change.
4. Make sure the screen of your tablet has a green android symbol with a "Downloading..." text
5. Open Odin3_v3.11.1.exe and follow the instructions in this image:
If anything is missing, you WON'T flash bootloader successfully.
6. Click Start. Your tablet will automatically reboot back into your ROM.
7. To verify you have the new bootloader, you can run in terminal emulator "getprop ro.bootloader". It should say T800XXU1CPK2.
Thanks @ZakooZ for the post!
yeppHi guys. I just rooted this device (T800) and Im on stock Lollipop rom. My question is, do I have to flash MM bootloader first in odin then after that can I flash this rom (ill just follow the instruction on the first page). Will I get bootlooped just bec Im on Lollipop yet I flash MM bootloader?
Most people prefer Magisk for the following reasons:Quick question, which is better, Magisk or SuperSU? And why?
Does the latest update support the fingerprint scanner? I am on that update, and I don't see that functionality. As for your question, Lineage OS just added a requirement that all official devices must support the fingerprint scanner, if they have one (they also added many other requirements). Perhaps that is why.@DarkExistence Why add support for the fingerprint scanner if you said earlier that you do not do this because the presentations of the tablet go back ? And can you fix the automatic updates I have installed the latest official version of twrp and when updating yhe latest update is downloaded but not installed and then goes to the recovery without automatically installing. Robin
@DarkExistence Why add support for the fingerprint scanner if you said earlier that you do not do this because the presentations of the tablet go back ? And can you fix the automatic updates I have installed the latest official version of twrp and when updating yhe latest update is downloaded but not installed and then goes to the recovery without automatically installing. Robin
Does the latest update support the fingerprint scanner? I am on that update, and I don't see that functionality. As for your question, Lineage OS just added a requirement that all official devices must support the fingerprint scanner, if they have one (they also added many other requirements). Perhaps that is why.
Was deathly auditor standard in this ROM for control? Mine now says app may not work because I'm not using deathly kernel.
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