Unfortunately no, I just have to reboot constantly, because bluetooth keeps crashing. I also can't use it to interface with a bluetooth OBD2 interface.Hi, I've got the same issues. Did you find workarounds browny_amiga ?
Also, the bluetooth mic input volume is very low (people hardly hear me speaking on bluetooth calls), anyone has a fix ?
Another question, if I wanted to get a more stable overall android, should I downgrade to LineageOS 15 or 14 or even below with my N910F ?
There has to be a point at which we move forward. I can't keep up with legacy builds for devices that have newer versions available. Is there a reason you can't/don't want to move to 18.1?
Don't thank me, thank the developer giants on whose shoulders I stand to put my finishing touches on the roms.Hello ripee, thank you for your answer.
I just hopped...
The Note 4 is my daily driver since years, it currently holds its third battery (!), and I have always smoothly upgraded whenever your versions were ready for a daily use with few remaining bugs.
I have a few legacy apps that won't go over LOS16 because of the new restrictions brought by android 10, among which two of them I developed for my sole use. And I have been struggling to update them to work with android 10+ since a few months now.
But you are 100% right "There has to be a point at which we move forward". I will do.
Thanks again for your remarkable support in providing us an up to date operating system for this great old device.
If you have powerful enough system specs, and you don't mind using Ubuntu 20 or any of its derivatives, I posted scripts on my GitHub that set up the proper build environment for you. You just need to rename the lineage source setup script from 18.1 to 16.0 and it will sync down the right stuff for you as well.Yes, I know you are the last link in the LOS chain, but still this link can be thanked like all other great developers who give us this great opportunity to use CyanogenMod and now LineageOS since years, what I have done too when I contributed (just a little bit) to the project here at XDA with my first android phones (HTC Desire and Samsung Galaxy 551).
I would be happy to learn how to build my own LOS versions, although I might be somehow out of order now in building toolchains (my last built was a CM 7.x using a virtual machine set up by a friend of mine), unless there is an easy way with some prebuilt virtual machines?
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