Hello, probably you mixed the unofficial LOS 17.1 which has/had that problem, with the Official LOS 16 which has not that problem.
Oh I thought 16 was having issues too as someone a few posts up was asking about flickering.Hello, probably you mixed the unofficial LOS 17.1 which has/had that problem, with the Official LOS 16 which has not that problem.
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I've installed the 11/21 version and everything seems to be working fine.
There's a major bug with the Google app: the first time I've installed the ROM something went wrong when it was updating the playstore and apps, the tablet started to restart mainly when I opened Google Apps like Chrome or Gmail and I would get a random notification of an Google assistant update. After I reinstall the image and an older GApps installer (just in case) I left it alone updating for a while and then tried to disable the Google app, the restarts began immediately. I've re-enable the app and no more restarts. I've installed the nano GApps version.
Thanks to the developers.
Update: the tablet started to reset again when opening in Chrome or Firefox anything related to Google. Reinstalled the ROM with a system and cache wipe and installed the Pico version of Gapps. After the tablet booted I uninstalled the Google app and no more resets for some days now.
What I did was:I am having a similar periodic problem the tablet restarting as soon as i try to use it after powering on and then after each unexpected restart. It just started again this morning after a large number of Google Play Store updates last night. Cache & Dalvik wipe did not fix it and there is no newer update to Lineage OS16 to update to
Can you clarify, were you able to uninstall the Google App or did you just disable it, as I don't seem to have an option to uninstall?
Has anyone else found any other way to fix the problem?
Does Magisk Root work? My T813 with Lineage OS 16.0 ( 2020-11-21 and 2020-11-28 ) stucks on LOS Boot logo.
I wiped system and cache partitions, flashed LOS, latest Open Gapps (Pico) and at least Magisk (21.1). This method worked for years and last time it just stuck. Is it possible to get any logs?
Any luck on a long-term fix for this? I'm experiencing the same on ripee's LOS17.1.What I did was:
Wipe system + cache
Reinstalled the LOS image and the Pico version of GApps
After that I could uninstall the google App
Do you have a SD card on the tablet? If you do before reinstalling try to remove it. If it solves the problem make a backup and format the SD card.
Any luck on a long-term fix for this? I'm experiencing the same on ripee's LOS17.1.
Did you try exactly the steps above (e.g., no data partion wipe)...you just straight downgraded to a minimal GApps package without a data rest? That's a bold move, and I am impressed!
Oh fascinating. Isolating the Google app was a huge troubleshooting help!After those issues with LOS 16 I installed LOS 17.1 and the Pico version of GApps and the random reboots started happening again. I then removed the SD card from the tablet and no more reboots. I formatted the SD card in the tablet with the Google Files App and never had the problem again but I don't have the Google App installed.
Oh fascinating. Isolating the Google app was a huge troubleshooting help!
After many factory resets and various ROM/GApps combos, I'm now on LOS16 (official) with stock GApps package and all of the permissions revoked from Google app. Previously was crashing within a few minutes, and now crash free a couple hours so fingers crossed that will do it.
This is on a hunch that the crash is caused by Google app accessing something it shouldn't (e.g., Phone that doesn't exist on this tablet, Camera that we know is wonky on this ROM), and by revoking those permissions the Google app just won't try, instead of trying and crashing.
If that holds for a couple days, I'll wipe and go back to LOS17.1, to try the same approach. Finally, might try feeding Google back its permissions one at a time to see if I can further isolate.
I did initially (from when I got the device, until this started happening) have an SD card mounted as adoptable storage. This was on LOS 17.1+Stock GApps. But as soon as the issue started a couple weeks ago, I removed the SD card, and have left it out through all of my (15 or more) experiments, and haven't tried putting it back.Do you have a SD card installed? In my case it's part of the problem somehow.
FWIW, I have not tried installing Google Home nor FB Messenger, so I doubt either of those is (directly) involved...although I'm sure Google Home and Google app and Google Play Services are all intertwined.Now I reinstalled the latest build from LOS 17.1 (12-27) and the Pico version of GApps and no more reboots. I had this combination of software for weeks without any major issues.
I'm trying to make some sense of the problem since apparently only affects a few devices.FWIW, I have not tried installing Google Home nor FB Messenger, so I doubt either of those is (directly) involved...although I'm sure Google Home and Google app and Google Play Services are all intertwined.
The problem of constant reboots I was having with LOS 16 is now happening in 17.1. After I made another clean install of 17.1 I only installed Chrome, Gmail and the Google files App. Apparently after I enabled developer options to disable animations (something I always do) and enable the reset to recovery option, the tablet started to reboot constantly. I was about to give up on LOS on this device and go back to the factory ROM when I saw there was a new TWRP version and a new 02-01-2021 ROM of LOS 16. Updated TWRP, made a clean install of the ROM, the Pico GApps, only installed Chrome and didn't enabled developer options. I still have the SD card inserted. So far so good but I'm afraid to even look at the tablet in a wrong way, it might rebootGreat questions! Yes, I always activate developer options. I always enable ADB, never touch animations, and sometimes enable the advanced reset menu.
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:
Thank you for your answer, but I am not skilled enough to do that besides I am using windows. I would like to have a solution without fully wiping or via another ROM. But any help is very much appreciated
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Just to double check, this is all that needs to be flashed? Then the firmware will be up to date, and I should be good to go? (in theory)
So I am just a normal user, not a developer or someone with heavy skills, like the most of the LOS Users. I don't think that it is the way for official builds. Nothing about this in official install instructions. So, how to fix this without spending hours? Why don't you release a fix to handel for normal users?
But, thank you for developing this room.