Thanks for reply.You don't have to use TWRP for anything. A/B partitioning scheme no longer has a separate recovery partition. This is why LOS started bundling their own recovery. You can flash additional things with LOS recovery, but keep in mind that once you run LOS for the first time, many things cannot be flashed without a full reset.
Try this fix :Hi all! I've searched the forums but couldn't find an answer to my issue:
Since I got Lineage, the fingerprint sensor randomly pops up unwanted after the phone is unlocked. I have to turn the screen on and off to get it to go away. Is anyone else experiencing this issue or know of a fix?
I'm currently on lineage_fajita-userdebug 11 RQ3A.211001.001 10036875
Thanks in advance!
Wow, I would have never guess this, thanks so much!! I have turned off night light and I'll let you know if this resolves my issueTry this fix :
Turning off Night Light, the fingerprint is quite accurate ... Turning on Night Light, the fingerprint is not recognized.
See this post: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-lineageos-18-1.4270931/page-24#post-85951483
Damn @Eric_Lev the fingerprint sensor is still showing up randomly. If I press it, it doesn't go away.I have to turn the screen on and off. Attached is a photo of the issue in Facebook Messenger and my nightlight option turned off.
Even after a reboot ?
I've installed https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-inc/sounds/sounds-2-8-378629890-release/ without Magisk and it works like a charmThanks for reply.
What Im looking for now is installing Magisk Manager for root modules and some additional soundpacks (Pixel) for ringtone and notification sounds. I don't see why I would have to reset my whole phone and install all my apps again just because I added some apps and sound files to system. Why is that?
Thanks! This solves one of my problems! PerfectI've installed https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-inc/sounds/sounds-2-8-378629890-release/ without Magisk and it works like a charm
I just started having this exact issue after the November 11 update, before which I hadn't updated in several months. The Nov 18 update did not fix it either. Did you ever figure out a fix? This is super annoying. Thanks.Skipping audio issue.
Has anyone else had this? It's been happening for the last 2 weeks or so. Basically no matter that I'm doing, the audio skips/hiccups/lags for about 1-2 seconds every 5-10 seconds. It will do this with streaming audio, streaming video, local video, Google Maps navigation, ringtones, even Bluetooth-streamed audio.
I've updated to the latest vendor image, updated to the latest LOS build, and it happens whether I use a custom or LOS kernel. Makes no difference if I'm in wifi or cellular date, charging or on battery.
I did do a clean install of the OS and restored apps via TB and the problem persists.
Any thoughts what I can do to try and track down the cause of this?
Thanks! This solves one of my problems! Perfect
Now I just need to hide Google Pay, Google Play services, and Google Service Framework from root (Magisk Hide?)
So I still need to know if I can flash Magisk without having to reset my phone?
Or is there any other solution here too?
I think it might have just been me being an idiot. I hadn't updated vendor files in... Ever.
What files did you exactly flash, and how did you do this (fastboot, recovery, ...)?
So it was a multi-step process, but it's actually pretty simple. LOS has a good guide here: https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/fajita/fw_update
Currently having the same issue with that same update. Trying to flash the previous nightly now.For some reason I can't get lineage-18.1-20220113-nightly-fajita-signed.zip to work on my phone, it just sits at the LineageOS "booting" logo for hours. I even tried freshly wiping my 6T via MSM tool, updating to latest OOS11, and installing fresh.
lineage-18.1-20220106-nightly-fajita-signed.zip works fine.
What is your-- LineageOS version: LineageOS Download url: Gapps version: Did you-- wipe: restore with titanium backup: reboot after having the issue: Are you using-- a task killer: a non-stock kernel: other modifications: Provide any additional information (observations/frequency of problem/last version it worked on/etc) as needed:
1) Boot to Recovery 2) Enter Fastboot (e.g for LineageOS recovery: "Advanced" > "Enter Fastboot") 3) Connect phone to PC with USB cable 4) Open cmd (command prompt) in your adb / fastboot binaries location folder, and then start flashing.. Enter commands 1 by 1: fastboot flash --slot=all abl abl.img fastboot flash --slot=all aop aop.img fastboot flash --slot=all bluetooth bluetooth.img fastboot flash --slot=all cmnlib cmnlib.img fastboot flash --slot=all cmnlib64 cmnlib64.img fastboot flash --slot=all devcfg devcfg.img fastboot flash --slot=all dsp dsp.img fastboot flash --slot=all fw_4j1ed fw_4j1ed.img fastboot flash --slot=all fw_4u1ea fw_4u1ea.img fastboot flash --slot=all hyp hyp.img fastboot flash --slot=all keymaster keymaster.img fastboot flash --slot=all LOGO LOGO.img fastboot flash --slot=all modem modem.img fastboot flash --slot=all oem_stanvbk oem_stanvbk.img fastboot flash --slot=all qupfw qupfw.img fastboot flash --slot=all storsec storsec.img fastboot flash --slot=all tz tz.img fastboot flash --slot=all vendor vendor.img fastboot flash --slot=all xbl xbl.img fastboot flash --slot=all xbl_config xbl_config.img fastboot reboot Done, now your phone will boot up with the updated firmwares.
/data/user_de/0/com.android.phone/filesand edit the carrierconfig file there. It should be something like
carrierconfig-com.android.carrierconfig-89148000001882338238-1839.xml. Note that the first number is the SIM ID, so it will be different for each phone. Change the following line:
<boolean name="rtt_supported_bool" value="true"/>
<boolean name="rtt_supported_bool" value="false"/>