Well that doesnt really give us any info to help. For example, what service provider, location, did you check APNs, ETC? So far, no one but you has reported data issues (and I didnt have them on LOS 18.1), so without info, its damn near impossible to help.I was wondering if anyone knows how I can get mobile data working. When I tried lineage 18 I couldn't get it to work .I then tried pixel dust which in still currently on and had no problem with mobile data at all. Thanks in advance.
I have not yet used viper on my coral but this may help you find what you are looking forI successfully install the latest lineage os 18.1 and mindthegapps, however the audioFX app seems blank and i dont know if it is working out of the box.
The next hour later, i rooted using magisk and installed viper4android module. The V4A module cannot proceed to install driver.
Please help me
You extract it from the ROM.
This might help:
This is guide for extract payload.bin from OTA zip file ----------------- Pre-requirement: - Python3 ----------------- For extract OTA update Please flow step by step instruction Step 1: Get a OTA for Nokia 7 plus -> here Step 2: Download...forum.xda-developers.com
Much thanks! I actually did this last time and didn't think it was likely the most logical way to handle this. A helpful forum member sent me a DM telling me the "recovery" .img file on the LineageOS download page is actually the boot.img, as Pixels don't have recoveries. Saves me a lot of confusion/time!
You can disregard this, my own doing with disabling the verizon tracking apps. I noticed it also happened on stock when resetting my device which led to my own config and what I change when building out an OS. I reversed the steps until it worked and was due to this app I disabled (so that piece of crap company can't track me):Can someone test and see if they can set/change the Emergency Location Information for Wi-Fi calling? I used to be able to set it to my apartment under other ROMs, but its timing out now under LOS18.1. NOTE, I haven't tried the older LOS 17.1, only 18.1.
Wi-Fi calling works fine, and I tested it thoroughly so its not broken, but I wanted to make sure my address was right and it time(s) out. I assumed originally that it was a Google temporary issue but no, it doesn't work 2 days later still. It doesn't look to be a temporary Google issue but a LOS issue (at least for my Pixel 4 XL running the latest 18.1).
Its under system/network & internet/mobile network/advanced/wi-fi calling/emergency address:
I think you need to follow this:I am trying to install TWRP to a Pixel 4. So far, I have successfully installed LOS 18.1 and the appropriate LOS recovery. Now I want to install TWRP and I followed these instructions. After flashing and rebooting into recovery, I am presented the TWRP starting screen. That looks good, but nothing more is happening, there's no way of getting beyond this screen: neither touching the screen nor using any hardware button makes TWRP advance to its menu page.
What am I missing?
I had that thought about the safetynet and if you just confirmed my though, I'll now have to test that out.i'd like to note that i am using a slightly different way for updating compared to what's given in OP
This way around it saves 1 reboot cycle. But the main reason to follow this order for me as a user of safetynetfix is that cts profile check keeps passing and certified state in play services will remain.
- Sideload the latest build of Lineage OS (adb sideload lineage.zip)
- (Optional) Reboot to recovery again and flash gapps of choice (MindTheGapps are recommended)
- (Optional) Flash custom kernel / Magisk
- Reboot to system
I think you need to follow this:
You do not need to nandroid (backup) both slots (A/B). Just the active slot, as it's pointless to nandroid both slots. Only the active slot matters to the running OS, thus only the active slot needs to be backed up. You will have a terrible time with issues if you tried to restore both slots from a nandroid backup.Thanks for the information. I decicded to stick to LOS recovery. The reason I wanted to use TWRP is its ability to backup up the whole system. But because the Pixel 4 is an A/B device, I guess I don't need to worry about faulty updates as much as I had to worry before. If I am wrong about that, please let me know.