You have to flash January 2020 firmware after flashing the rom. Every time you flash/update the rom you have to do this. Rom has included old may 2019 firmware. January 2020 is the most stable in terms of cell coverage.Good time! I put this assembly, in addition to the known bugs (usb-tetering / android auto), there is one more important one. A bad signal from the network of the mobile operator. I did not observe this on other firmware. Is there a solution?
Install all modem firmware from June 2019 - April 2020 one by one.Good time! I put this assembly, in addition to the known bugs (usb-tetering / android auto), there is one more important one. A bad signal from the network of the mobile operator. I did not observe this on other firmware. Is there a solution?
Where can we find all of the updates that you mentioned please? ThanksInstall all modem firmware from June 2019 - April 2020 one by one.
Also, ignore the low signal in the statusbar. The previous maintainer disabled something (find in this thread, I forgot the name) so the signal statusbar display the real strength of the signal instead.
You may lose VoLTE or network improvements if you install only the latest one.Can someone explain why it is necessary to install all firmware updates instead of just the last one?
Mi A1 Global Telegram group.Where can we find all of the updates that you mentioned please? Thanks
Enviado do meu Mi A1 através do Tapatalk
So i jumped from may 2019 to January 2020 firmware. Do i have to go back and flash them all. Were can i find those firmware files? ThanksYou may lose VoLTE or network improvements if you install only the latest one.
Mi A1 Global Telegram group.
There are no stupid questions! Thanks for trying to help.Sorry for the maybe stupid reply, but does your user have sufficient rights to read/execute the file?
Hi @Beneter I have been testing the different firmware versions i now i can say without doubt that January 2020 is the best firmware in terms of cell reception and call quality in areas with weakest cell signal. Please upgrade the built in firware to this version because every time rom is updated it reverts to old firmware. If you need the firmware package i can share it with you.There are some new critical security patches and therefore I increased my efforts in fixing my build issues. I was able to find a workaround and probably identify the root cause. More importantly for you, I was able to build again!
lineage-16.0-20200613-UNOFFICIAL-beneter-tissot.zip | Checksum | Signature | Security Patchlevel: 2020-06-05
Also I was creating my build scripts on the fly, so I will be able to publish them soon.
first of all thanks for keeping lineage 16 on tissot alive,
second: i don't get thru this twrp treble stuff, after i installed your ROM for the first time i could boot in twrp as normal. After i installed the last update twrp was gone (also magisk) and only the Lineage recovery was left. Do i always have to reinstall twrp after an update or is there another way? I had Giovix92 TWRP version with treble support installed.
#include <std/disclaimer.h> /* * I'm not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. * Please do some research if you have any concerns about features included in the products you find here before flashing it! * YOU are choosing to make these modifications, do not point your finger at me for messing up your device. * Your warranty will be void if you tamper with any part of your device / software. */
gpg: Good signature from "Stefan Benter <[email protected]>" Primary key fingerprint: [B]E545 73C1 5218 8816 E83C 3A0F DCAC EF53 38E5 0B61[/B] Subkey fingerprint: 1DE2 E0FE 948E EAAB B446 D398 A4D6 CD34 239A B40D
cat android/lineage/.repo/local_manifests/roomservice.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <manifest> <project name="LineageOS/android_device_xiaomi_tissot" path="device/xiaomi/tissot" remote="github" /> <project name="LineageOS/android_device_xiaomi_msm8953-common" path="device/xiaomi/msm8953-common" remote="github" /> <project name="LineageOS/android_kernel_xiaomi_msm8953" path="kernel/xiaomi/msm8953" remote="github" /> <project name="LineageOS/android_packages_resources_devicesettings" path="packages/resources/devicesettings" remote="github" /> <remote name="gitlab" fetch="https://gitlab.com" /> <project name="The-Muppets/proprietary_vendor_xiaomi" path="vendor/xiaomi" remote="gitlab"/> </manifest>
No, this is 100 % vanilla LineageOS as of now. I am pretty satisfied by the NanoDroid Patcher.