This is very good news. The issue was caused by some code styling fixes which were supposed to fix misleading indentation (or other ambiguities in code logic) detected by the compiler, but it seems that some of these fixes changed the (correct) logic inferred by the compiler with a faulty logic that was not ambiguous but made the WiFi chip misbehave.
Those directories refer to the position of the source files in the Android source tree, not in the compiled ROM! Take a look here. What, exactly, are you looking for?Hey man, thanks for your awesome ROM, been using it for over a year i believe.
I have an issue that im not sure how to fix, you are probably the best guy to approach for that.
Im trying to access the A11 Bluetooth stack, which should be in /system/bt or /platform/system/bt (different sources say different things) but I cant find the folder in either of the paths, even when checking via adb and recovery (to circumvent the stupid root restrictions of A11). Do you by any chance know where to find said Bluetooth stack?
Oh, thank you for the clarification, that makes so much more sense!
I have zero experience with Bluetooth audio. What codec are your music files encoded in?It seems like at least the bitrate is indeed increased from stock, so I dont think that increasing it by 20 bits/s would yield any measurable result.
Edit: Atleast for 44khz it should still be able to be increased a bit it seems.
#define A2DP_SBC_DEFAULT_BITRATE 454 -> 512
but again, I dont know it that does anything measurable.
I already tried a clean flash, but it didn't solve the issue. I reverted to a nandroid backup now.
What I would have suggested is a clean flash of the official nightlies, instead of my ROM, to check whether the issue is present there as well. If you have the time and the will of doing it, let me know what you find out.I already tried a clean flash, but it didn't solve the issue. I reverted to a nandroid backup now.
The strange thing is, it never (or almost never) happens when I'm outside the room where the wifi accesspoint is located. If I'm in the room, it can happen every few minutes. Very strange.
I appreciate all the time you spend investigating the problem. If you can't find a solution, then that's ok. It's anoying, but it's still useable. Maybe it will be solved when I switch to an Android 12 based rom (if such a rom will be made available for the oneplus one). Nevertheless, I'm quite happy with your rom, despite the wifi issues.
Ok, I'll try that. I'll keep you posted. It can take a few days to find some time to do it.What I would have suggested is a clean flash of the official nightlies, instead of my ROM, to check whether the issue is present there as well. If you have the time and the will of doing it, let me know what you find out.
The behaviour you described is indeed very strange...
MP3 mostly, but that doesnt matter since they have to be reencoded anyway, even when using AAC as the file and as the bt codec, it still reencodes for transmission.
Unfortunately I don't know how to help you. I've never used Family Link, actually I don't use Gapps at all.Hi, I wanted to give my one to my kid as a first phone. So I installed this OS 18.1 via recovery + MindTheGaps from the root of this thread.
My kids google account is supervised by me via family link. so when I try to login into hia account there is error occurs.
There is a message something like "activate family link manager", after i tap on next there is other message appears that says: "This profile manager is required for Google Accounts managed with Family Link".
Can anyone help me on this?
No, my kernel, at the moment, can only be used with my ROM.
I'm (slowly) looking into this problem.
It is indeed possible that switching from MindTheGapps to OpenGapps can solve the problem, yes. Thanks for pointing it out.Not related to this rom, but hoping to help: I was able to install Familly Link to my kid's Shield tablet.
I installed "[ROM] [UNOFFICIAL] LineageOS 16.0 for Shield Tablet" from john_matrix with "open_gapps-arm-9.0-pico-20210813.zip"
I have the feeling this is related to GApps package, but I can't confirm (not an expert at all).
Hope this information may be helpful little bit.