I'm no expert, but I reckon it was recorded somewhere in the vendor or persist partitions...
This is very strange, and i don't think what you did is what fixed the problemI ended up fixing my problem.
The problem was xiaomi account with the xiaomi cloud enabled
What i had to do was revert back to stock rom. Sign in with my xiaomi account and xiaomi cloud. Go on my computer and log into the xiaomi cloud and remove the device from the xiaomi cloud. Then after an hour i signed out of my xiami account from the phone and factory reset.
Then installed lineageOS and i did not have that problem anymore.
I installed different simcards and even without a simcard and it does not freeze.
It seemed the xiaomi cloud locked my phone to that specific sim card.
What i don't understand is since i erased the stockrom is where does it save this information to lock my simcard? I thought the lock settings would be saved inside the stock rom.
Anyways everything is good now. It seems strange how that worked. Make sure everyone to sign out of your xiaomi and cloud before erasing the stock and installing lineageOS
if you mean SIMLOCK it's stored in the sim itself (can be removed with security option)
You could just install LineageOS Recovery instead of TWRP.
LineageOS has a video recorder, just open the "Recorder" app and it has the option to "Record screen".
You speak of DarkJoker360 right?
LineageOS 17.1 is no longer supported. I read it somewhere that only two versions are supported and LineageOS 19 is out.
17.1 is no longer supported on any officially supported device. OP is busy mantaining 18.1 (unofficial) and Pixel Experience, so there's no "official" support.
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:
if it helps with anything:
BUG REPORT - front camera not detected in any app including the stock camera app and Camera2 API Probe, normally causes apps that require camera to stop working.
Flashing ANXCamera doesn't fix it but based on people's comments, it should work out of the box.
What is your--
LineageOS version: 17.1
LineageOS Download url: https://mirrorbits.lineageos.org/fu...neage-17.1-20210125-nightly-ginkgo-signed.zip (also updated to 20210201 but doesn't matter)
Gapps version: open_gapps-arm64-10.0-nano-20210127 (also tried installing without gapps, no diff)
wipe: yes, step by step using the guide
restore with titanium backup: no
reboot after having the issue: did many times
Are you using--
a task killer: no
a non-stock kernel: no
other modifications: magisk but doesn't matter
Provide any additional information (observations/frequency of problem/last version it worked on/etc) as needed:
updated to the latest MIUI Global 12.0.3 Stable (QCOMIXM)
kernel version 4.24.227-perf+
Model: M1908C3JG, the 4GB 128GB model
Stock camera: doesn't show the camera switch button, logcat: https://file.io/NGERieHfjn63
Google camera (installed from Play Store): stops/crashes on switching, logcat: https://file.io/6yFQ7KyVRmpX
OpenCamera: no front camera
Most apps: crash