To answer myself, it seems deleting this folder couple times after reboot stops the log generation, so that's fine enough. Also disabling d2tw with commenting the line in a keylayout file works, just search the thread.Flashed May 17th build from 1st post, rom is very awesome. Only culprit I've noticed is creating and growing of two log files (10 MB in couple minutes):
I've googled a bit and it seems it's some debug setting left enabled, it occured in other roms as well. Here's even a commit to disable the cnss log: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=70955628&postcount=135
Any chance this gets disabled in a bugfix release ?
To answer myself, it seems deleting this folder couple times after reboot stops the log generation, so that's fine enough. Also disabling d2tw with commenting the line in a keylayout file works, just search the thread.
All in all it's a wonderful ROM, thanks to the developer. The battery life is also great, got over 10h SOT in about 40h off the charger (almost 2 full days).
just 1 last update dev plzzzz with all upstream changes and all remaining bugs squished. plzzz dev we beg u.....
EHHH!Are you serious? It's a conjecture or sooner or later rovo89 will release official version? Do you know something we don't know? :angel:
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1. Disable snap cam and use some other appHi, thanks Vidhanth. Looking forward to some updates.
1) Holding the fingerprint scanner brings up the camera. I can't find the option to disable this. Can anyone help?
2) Reading '/r/android/the_issue_of_security_in_lineageos' thread on Reddit regarding security patches on LOS. They say it's dependent on how well they are applied by the maintainer regardless of what it says the latest patch level is. Is this an issue here?