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D.u.G.

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Is anyone else having issues with Android Auto?
I have been able to get it to connect (car sees phone and vice versa) but am stuck with the car saying something like "please finalize the setup for AA on your phone to continue"....

Here is the thread I followed, as well as some of my comments back to the person who got it to work.

Curious if this works for you.

 

jarjarfinks

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I have been able to get it to connect (car sees phone and vice versa) but am stuck with the car saying something like "please finalize the setup for AA on your phone to continue"....

Here is the thread I followed, as well as some of my comments back to the person who got it to work.

Curious if this works for you.

Nope didn't work. The car didn't even recognize it
 

D.u.G.

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Nope didn't work. The car didn't even recognize it
Ok, after looking into this with the thread owner, it looks like the issue is that the Nikgapps file, which contains the additional files for android auto to work, is not flashing due to the /system partition having no space. It installs to the /system partition and lineage recovery is giving errors installing due to /system having no space.

If we can somehow get a a little extra space on /system, we should be able to install and have android auto work. This is beyond my know how.

It seems that lineageOs 18.1 makes /system about a gig, and then fills it when it installs the OS (I just did a fresh flash of Lineage and tried to install but /system is full).

Anyone here on xda know how to easily increase the size of /system partition so that we can flash this android auto addon? Or some other workaround to be able to flash this?
 

musicman5844

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@dev just flashed this to my in2025 global device after installation I noticed the model number had been changed this shouldn't have happened
 

Adrianer

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Anyone else here having the issue, that suddenly no audio whatsoever (neither input no output) is working? Not working in phone call or Signal call or WhatsApp calls. Also no audio anywhere else like in Videos, alarm clocks etc. Phone reboots or a cold start didn't help.
Everything was working perfectly until yesterday - even though the ROM (lineage-18.1-20210815) was flashed already a week ago.

An update to lineage-18.1-20210822 has fixed it - lets hope it stays so.
 

S4turno

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Everything I use works and overall seems to be stable.

The main difference, for me at least, it's the features. You gain some and lose some. Then there's the usual drop in camera quality, but that can be fixed with a GCam port.
 

Scotsman828

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Great ROM, just wish Lineage would stop moving stuff around. Example, the Advanced Restart tab has been moved from Developer Options and placed in the Gestures / Power Menu.
Who the hell decide the Gestures menu was the best place for Advanced Restart tab? Some of the changes, just for the sake of change is just stupid.
 
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Does anyone know what's not working on lineage os compared to the stock os?
No Pro Mode in camera app since you're going to use the stock app or even in GCam. The in display fingerprint sensor in LineageOS or any custom ROM is going to be hit or miss. I have to scan my fingerprint a few times to register. It also takes longer to scan your prints compared to stock OS.
 
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jsomby

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No Pro Mode in camera app since you're going to use the stock app or even in GCam. The in display fingerprint sensor in LineageOS or any custom ROM is going to be hit or miss. I have to scan my fingerprint a few times to register. It also takes longer to scan your prints compared to stock OS.
I haven't had any issues with fingerprint. Do you have replaced screen?
 

wynstep

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Hi there, I hope someone can help me. I searched in the thread but I haven't found any answer. I am trying to setup an alarm when the device is powered off but it simply doesn't work. This feature was available with the stock OOD so I was wondering if I am making something wrong. Are you able to use the alarm when device is switched off?
Thanks!
 

andersh

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I haven't replaced anything however I am using a glass screen protector which shouldn't hinder performance in anyway. I didn't have any issues with the scanner when using stock OOS ROM.
In my experience the glass protector will affect performance in a big way.
With a glass protector I found myself, more often than not, having to moisten my fingertip in order to get it to work. Without the protector it works fine most of the time.
 
So i finally got lineageOS installed and im loving it, BLAZING FAST HOLY ****, but now i gotta tend to my data and im having trouble doing it, i want to root again as well so i can use xposed modules but that can wait, my question is, before i took the plunge i did a full backup with twrp, now i want to restore but i'm having trouble getting twrp to work again, when i try fastboot boot "insert twrp image here" i get a qualcomm crash dump error screen.


its worth noting that when i did the switch i was actually on android 10 still when i should have been on 11, i had similar errors but did it again and this time was fine so i just continued setting up the phone, no qualcomm errors again untill i tried to boot twrp. What am i missing here?
 

jsomby

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So i finally got lineageOS installed and im loving it, BLAZING FAST HOLY ****, but now i gotta tend to my data and im having trouble doing it, i want to root again as well so i can use xposed modules but that can wait, my question is, before i took the plunge i did a full backup with twrp, now i want to restore but i'm having trouble getting twrp to work again, when i try fastboot boot "insert twrp image here" i get a qualcomm crash dump error screen.


its worth noting that when i did the switch i was actually on android 10 still when i should have been on 11, i had similar errors but did it again and this time was fine so i just continued setting up the phone, no qualcomm errors again untill i tried to boot twrp. What am i missing here?
I might remember incorrectly but TWRP for 8pro in android 11 isn't ready/working.
 

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    Debating getting this phone. Does anyone know whether the dual SIM works in LOS (US variant)?
    I'm using the US unlocked variant with dual SIM in LOS. It works great!
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    I haven't had to flash a rom in a while, but I think it's about time to flash this. I was going to buy a Pixel 6 Pro, but there's too many trade-offs (like no face unlock), and I don't feel like the OP9 is enough of an upgrade over this... but I want something new, so hopefully a new rom will help for a while.
    face unlock a no go on this rom.
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    This is probably for my own reference more than anyone else but this is the process I followed (step by step) for successful safety net attestation, MindTheGapps (for those that want to get away from google), and Location services provider:
    1) Download Latest L18.1 build from Luk1337 (https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=320828)
    1a) Unzip the build to some folder-DON'T DELETE THE ZIP FILE (probably be good to rename that Zip file "LineageOS18.zip")
    2) Download ADB/platform tools on computer (https://www.xda-developers.com/install-adb-windows-macos-linux/)
    3) Start phone and make sure it is on the appropriate Android OS version (for this version of lineage it should be 11)
    3a) If you are not on the correct version of android you need to update through your standard (Stock Rom) to the latest version (for oneplus 8 pro OxygenOS you can just click through the update prompts in settings and then you should be updated to Android 11)
    4) Enable developer settings (read the article on how to install ADB-it shows you how to enable dev settings)
    4a) Allow USB debugging (again refer to the guide above)
    4b) Allow OEM unlock (
    )
    5) connect usb to phone/computer and ensure device is recognized by typing "adb devices" in the command prompt of the computer
    6) Type "adb reboot bootloader"
    6a) Verify that your computer recognizes your fastboot device-type "fastboot devices"
    6b) If your computer doesn't recognize then you need to manually select the driver for the android device in your device manager->universal serial bus device (https://visualgdb.com/KB/usbdebug-manual/) sorry if you run a mac
    7) Unlock the bootloader-type "fastboot oem unlock" (
    )

    **Probably should reboot here if you want just to be safe and make sure you didn't mess up the bootloader unlock process/android version update**

    8) In the bootloader, you need to flash the LOS recovery.img found in that unzipped folder from step 1a-make sure you have the path to the recovery.img file correct! (if you need to get back to bootloader cause you rebooted just fire up that powershell/command line, connect the phone, and type "adb reboot bootloader") type "fastboot boot 'some/folderpath/tofile/recovery.img'"
    9) From the recovery menu you use the volume buttons to navigate (and power button to select) Factory reset -> Format data/factory reset -> Format data
    10) Then navigate and select Advanced -> Enter fastboot
    11) TIME TO INSTALL THE ROM!! Remember that ZIP file you downloaded way back in step 1? You'll need to grab that zip file path and use it for this command-type "fastboot update 'some/folderpath/tofile/LineageOs18.zip'"

    ***The phone will reboot at this point automatically IF YOU DON'T WANT/NEED SAFETY ATTESTATION/MIND THE GAPPS/LOCATION SERVICES YOU CAN STOP HERE***

    12) Should you choose to continue you will have to go through the setup(I recommend skipping through all the setup stuff if you can) on the phone and make sure you have MindTheGapps downloaded (http://downloads.codefi.re/jdcteam/javelinanddart/gapps)
    13) On the phone reenable developer settings and USB debugging. open powershell, connect phone and type " adb reboot recovery"
    13) Once in recovery use your volume/power keys to navigate to Apply update->Apply from ADB (this activates ADB Sideload)
    14) Once in sideload mode simply type "adb sideload 'some/folderpath/tofile/MindTheGapps.zip'"
    15) Once mindthegapps is installed then you can back out of the adb update menu and select "Reboot System now"

    ***The phone will reboot at this point-IF YOU DON'T WANT SAFETY ATTESTATION/LOCATION SERVICES YOU CAN STOP HERE***

    16) For safety attestation (the ability to use google service framework required apps like Banking or Pokemon go) you can install Magisk (I am sure there are other ways but I did it this way). From your phone browser-download Magisk-v22.apk (https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releases) and install (you should be prompted if you want to install from unknown sources-just click yes and install)
    17) I will now just follow the installation guide from magisk (https://topjohnwu.github.io/Magisk/install.html)
    18) Connect phone and copy the boot image to your device. This is found in that unzipped folder from step 1a-the file is boot.img
    19) Press the Install button in the Magisk card
    20) Choose “Select and Patch a File” in method, and select the stock boot.img that you just copied
    21) The Magisk app will patch the image to [Internal Storage]/Download/magisk_patched_[random_strings].img
    22) Copy the patched image to your PC with ADB "adb pull /sdcard/Download/magisk_patched_[random_strings].img" (or you can just navigate to the file from your computer and place it somewhere you can find-you'll need to use this soon)
    23) Reboot to fastboot "adb reboot bootloader"
    24) Flash the patched boot.img file you copied to your computer "fastboot flash boot /path/to/magisk_patched.img"
    25) Reboot
    26) Open the magisk manager app that now has root access and click settings->enable magisk hide
    27) From your phone browser download the magisk module "Universal SafetyNet Fix" to force SafetyNet to use basic evaluation (https://github.com/kdrag0n/safetynet-fix)
    27a) In the magisk app go to modules (looks like a puzzle piece)->install from storage and select the Zip file you just downloaded (don't reboot just yet-simply use your back button at this point)
    27b) Add the magisk module "MagiskHide Props Config" from the Magisk repo (click the little magnifying glass)
    27c) Install some command line interface on the phone (I used Termux-https://termux.com/)
    28) Reboot ->open termux and follow the instructions from MagiskHide Props Config
    28a) in termux type "su" then "props"
    28b) edit the device fingerprint (1)->pick a certified fingerprint (f)->Oneplus(21)->Oneplus 8 pro europe IN2023 (40)->Android version 11 (2)->confirm (y) and then reboot
    29) Once your device restarts open the Magisk manager. There should be a button for "Check safetynet". Click it. You should see a "success" message

    ***At this point you have installed a custom rom with a minimal Gapps package, rooted your phone, and configured it to pass safetynet. This means you can now use all apps without restriction. I recommend installing Amazon App store, Aurora App store/Aurora services magisk module, and FDroid app store to get all the apps you need without providing a google account. IF YOU DON'T WANT LOCATION SERVICES YOU CAN STOP HERE***

    30) On your phone-download UnifiedNlp.apk from microg (https://microg.org/download.html). Do not install!
    31) In the magisk app module repository you can search and add the "App systemizer (terminal emulator)"
    31a) I also added the Magisk Module "Busybox for Android NDK" but I am not sure if this is required
    32) From Fdroid (or wherever) install (at a minimum) the MozillaNlpBackend, NominatimNlpBackend
    32a) you can optionally install SatStat (to check all your location data)
    33) In termux type "su" and then "systemize". Select "Systemize given APK (3)"
    34) If your browser default download location is the download folder then simply type /sdcard/download/unifiednlp.apk
    35) restart your phone
    36) Open the unifiednlp app and select "configure backends". You should see Mozilla locations service here. Check it
    37) Select "configure address lookup backends" and select "Nominatim"
    38) Select "self check" and Allow permission to access approximate location (I would suggest all the time but that is your choice).
    39) In phone settings->location make sure "use location" is on.
    40) Open sat stat (and give location permission). You should se a bunch of red and blue dots on a compass. You should now have location services. If you don't....sorry....
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    LineageOS is a free, community built, aftermarket firmware distribution of Android 11, which is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device.

    LineageOS is based on the Android Open Source Project with extra contributions from many people within the Android community. It can be used without any need to have any Google application installed. Linked below is a package that has come from another Android project that restore the Google parts. LineageOS does still include various hardware-specific code, which is also slowly being open-sourced anyway.

    All the source code for LineageOS is available in the LineageOS Github repo. And if you would like to contribute to LineageOS, please visit out Gerrit Code Review. You can also view the Changelog for a full list of changes & features.

    Instructions :
    Downloads :
    Reporting Bugs
    • DO NOT Report bugs if you're running a custom kernel or you installed Xposed
    • Grab a logcat right after the problem has occurred. (Please include at least a few pages of the log, not just the last few lines, unless you know what you're doing.)
    • If it is a random reboot, grab /proc/last_kmsg. (Do not bother getting a logcat unless you can get it just before the reboot. A logcat after a reboot is useless)
    • If the problem disappears after running "setenforce 0" from a root shell, grab /data/misc/audit/audit.log
    Remember to provide as much info as possible. The more info you provide, the more likely that the bug will be solved. Please also do not report known issues. Any bug not reported in the bug report format below may be ignored.

    Code:
    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:
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    Hey is this rom maintained by official Lineage OS team?
    Yeah, a team of one person - me.
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    I am on oos11 do i ned to go back to oos11 to flash this?
    You are on oos11 and you want to go back to oos 11??:cool:
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    I am sorry that you feel I am not giving you enough info to help me and might be following the wrong device model? I can assure you I am. 5. In the instructions wiki it says to flash recovery-recovery.img to your phone before proceeding and that is what I am trying to do. If you don't want to help me this is fine but please give me the exact cmd to get recovery on my device for the 8 pro though I am pretty sure I am already. Thx, Kevin
    Dear sir, please take a look at the attached image.