Thanks for the testimonial @rodrigian ! I'm planning to put this ROM on my device and have a small question - We would need the ARM version of Open GApps instead of the ARM64, right?Been using this rom for the last few days and I gotta say I never used a rom as polished and responsive as this one.
Does it happen even if you're on battery saver mode? I hope the DEVs can figure out the root cause for this bug and iron out the last few niggles from the ROM!Edit: the phone turns off at 8% battery, which did not happen in 7.1 so i guess it's a bug. I can then restart it and keep using it so it's not a hw issue.
Thanks for the testimonial @rodrigian ! I'm planning to put this ROM on my device and have a small question - We would need the ARM version of Open GApps instead of the ARM64, right?
Does it happen even if you're on battery saver mode? I hope the DEVs can figure out the root cause for this bug and iron out the last few niggles from the ROM!
Figured it out, there is an option in Advanced Options to specifically look for hidden networks.
Arm gapps is needed. I don't use battery saver mode but i don't think it would make any difference. There must be an issue with the phone thinking it reached 0% while it's actually 8% then that's why it turns off
The battery issue was fixed since 22/1 update. I haven't try the lastest version yet but I think the battery problem has been fixed for good now.
From what you are describing, the battery of your phone is either about to die or (probably not) the battery might have lost it's calibration. I would think that due to the age of the phone, it's already failing so this issue would still be present even if you change roms.
Does that mean everyone who is reporting the exact same issues I have coincidentally had bad batteries and this ROM magically reveals this issue?
Not at all. It's definitely possible that a ROM had bad code that permanently damaged people's batteries. It'd just be hard to prove it after the fact, as even reverting back to an older ROM wouldn't fix a battery that was actually damaged or old. The only way to get to really the bottom of it would be to swap the battery out with a known good battery and then test the ROM in question to see if the damage could be reproduced.
Hi everyone. Like some others, I'm facing data issues on my dual XT1602. I'm running the latest LOS 17.1 with 3.5.0_9-0 TWRP recovery.
I have 2 SIMs from french MVNOs :
- Free Mobile
- Bouygues Telecom
Curiously data works with Free but never with Bouygues, whatever the SIM slot is used. I did many tests with APN settings but nothing helps... Could it be an issue with Bouygues carrier ?
Apparently the only way to fix this is by following the steps that were proposed by @iouri1664 and @hamelg (ie going back to 14.1 and then restore 17.1). Is there any other solution ? In fact I don't know where to download LOS 14.1... Moreover I can't find TWRP 3.2.3 that was succesfully used by hamelg. Any help ?
Thanks for your answer ! Do you think TWRP 3.2.1 would work too ? Or perhaps a newer version would also do it ?
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