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[ROM][SM-P605][9.0] Unofficial LineageOS 16.0 for lt03lte (04.06.2019)

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temporarium

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Sorry to ask again.....But Just to avoid to install and come Back. ....I went Back To 5.1.1 only because for professional need S-note is a must for me....could You confirm you Can recover, open, Edit. ..all existing S-note documento, even generated in 5.1.1....?
If it works...I'LL migrate immediatly to lineage 14.1 (android 7.1.1)
Thanks!!!?
S-Note is a proprietary Samsung app which will only work on their framework/ROMs. You'll need to find an alternative app and find a way to migrate your data. Otherwise stick to stock.
 

tusch00101

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@jonathan

I have exactly the same issue.
...
Outside of the palm rejection 'error?issue?' the build was working rather well and looked great. I will have to revert to the ressurection remix (which is going to look quite dated in comparison tbh) so that I can use Lecturenotes and S pen.

edit after 24 hours: Not so sure anymore - I see this behaviour again after I rebooted.:confused:

I just found out how to get over the odd pen behaviour in LectureNotes. As I wrote previously it looked like accidently activating the undo function with the button (although I thought I wasn't).
In LectureNotes in settings you can give the button another function: Instead of undo just let it activate the pen function. So when you accidently trigger the button it immediately goes back to writing. With this setting the writing works flawlessly.

I don't use the English UI so the following setting instructions are only roughly translated from German:
three dot menu main page
settings (Einstellungen)
handling? / 4th entry (Handhabung)
settings stylus eraser / approx 1/3 down (Einstellungen Stylus Radiergummi)
check user defined first pen? / first entry (Eigener Stift 1)

Hope it helps
 
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tusch00101

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Is the kernel compiled without support for iptables nat module?

Maybe someone knows the answer or can help me find out.

For days I'm trying to get AFwall to work with Orbot or with custom scripts. I have issues relating to network address translation with iptables.
Flushing the iptables nat table in the terminal (/system/bin/iptables -t nat -F) also throws an error:
can't initialize iptables table `nat': Table does not exist (do you need to insmod?)
Perhaps iptables or your kernel needs to be upgraded.

Reading on the web the most common answer was that the kernel doesn't support nat.

To find the answer to my question I was going along according to an answer posted under https://www.howtoforge.com/communit...le-does-not-exist-do-you-need-to-insmod.3196/

modinfo iptable_nat (should print out the location of the module) says
modinfo: /lib/modules/3.4.113-4f-dirty: no such file or directory

According to the auther this error means that the kernel isn't compiled with nat support.
Is there a way to confirm this? Maybe an entry in a properties file?

I would like to know so I can quit spending time to get Orbot working. I've already lost countless hours.

(Or maybe David can do something in his next build?)

Thanks in advance

Patricia
 

tusch00101

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Terminal operation seems to get prohibited(especially non-read-only commands) by SELinux. This affects all terminal apps including the os's own one.
Don't get me wrong, I try to understand this. But iptables work in general, also does afwall. It's just the part that uses nat that throws the error.
In terminal
Code:
iptables -nvL
lists all chains and rules but
Code:
iptables -t nat -nvL
says
iptables v1.6.1: can't initialize iptables table `nat': Table does not exist (do you need to insmod?)
Perhaps iptables or your kernel needs to be upgraded.

The first command (both are only readable) shouldn't work either if it is SE Linux related or am I wrong here?
And this is not the only Android 9 build with SE enforced. Most other afwall+tor users don't have a problem (at least related to this error and what I was reading on github).
As the web on linux agrees this error message refers to a module which needs to be activated while compiling the kernel I'm looking for a way to confirm this in this build. Eg a command or an entry in a file. I can't even find the directory where the modules should be located (my fault not the build's).
 

lecorbusier

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LG G6
Reading could also be affected. All this security crap ist just nuts, everytime something stranfe happens my suspicion goes in this direction, in many/most cases i'm right, but not closer to a solution...
There are apps, not on Playstore, which can lower the SElinux restrictions, but then there's a permanent notificiation from Playstore and probably more issues.
But that was just an idea of mine. I ciuld do nothing useful via Terminal in the last two years on any device with any rom. Would've had to try via ADB or just leave everything as is, which i mostly did...
 

tusch00101

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hotspot issue connected to iptables nat problem?

Reading could also be affected. All this security crap ist just nuts, everytime something stranfe happens my suspicion goes in this direction, in many/most cases i'm right, but not closer to a solution...
There are apps, not on Playstore, which can lower the SElinux restrictions, but then there's a permanent notificiation from Playstore and probably more issues.
But that was just an idea of mine. I ciuld do nothing useful via Terminal in the last two years on any device with any rom. Would've had to try via ADB or just leave everything as is, which i mostly did...
I totally agree with crappy android terminal functionality.
And yes with SE linux lots of thinks are more complicated.
What I'm still wondering:
1. terminal says nat support error in iptables
2. with this build you can connect clients to a hotspot but as soon as you turn on mobile there is a problem. Would you not need network address translation for the hotspot to become a router? It's still one of the open issues in this build.
Maybe both is connected?
 

zsoltsandor

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Jul 11, 2016
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I was glad to see official LOS16 for the Galaxy Note 3, and an unofficial for the tablet sibling Note 10.1 too.
If only this rom could be moved and improved into official. Anyhow, it's great having a decent-recent version.
 

ukadiyala

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Bootloop Issue

Hi There,

Thank you for this build @davidmueller13. Really appreciate the effort in making this available. The ROM breathes new life into a much loved device. :good:

I have a SM-P605 shipped over to Australia from Hong Kong back in the day. When I flash this ROM, my device is getting stuck in a bootloop.

I managed to get the old LineageOS 14.1 official ROM up and running. No luck with getting the LTE going. Managed to get a hold of twrp-3.3.0-0-lt03lte_20190418.tar.

Flashed it with Odin and loaded the ROM from recovery via the SD-CARD. All seems well with the official ROM (SM-P605; TGY; 2017-04-19; Android: 4.4.2) though.

Any words of advice? Your help would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Udhay
 
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kudoz83

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I'm having the same issue as Udhay, have followed all the front page steps. Went back to official, flashed through Odin etc... only ever get LineageOS setup screen one time and it immediately then goes into a boot loop before I can do anything...

Anyone have a tried and true method or we just need to wait for another update?
 

tusch00101

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Jun 7, 2016
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Bootloop issue
Any words of advice?

I got the same several times, when I'm restoring older OS or - not sure - after rooting with magisk? (I have 2 of the p605 devices). Somehow it seems to be related to the boot partition esp coming from a OS version that was installed with older recovery version. Maybe size of boot?

What helped in my case:

(Make sure you have flashed the right recovery version and backups)
Delete / wipe ALL partitions in recovery (including data partition)
Restore ORIGINAL (or in my case the older) BOOT partition. Install lineage from post #1
boot once until setup
go back to recovery to restore data partition and root with magisk (version 19.3 works)
(Don't root without booting once)

I append a boot partition that worked. No guarantee. I hope it's not the rooted one. Otherwise just use magisk app to uninstall root if you don't want it. Unzip, place it to /TWRP/BACKUPS/your_recvery_device_id_here/ on your sd card and restore in recovery.

No luck with getting LTE going
David fixed the missing permissions in the build from June 4th, 2019. Did you install this version?

edit: post #1 says you need to start at least from firmware version 5.1.1 - install that first (modem setup differently?)
 

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alpha1111

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Hello!
I just installed the rom, everything ok apart from S-Pen.
I noticed some palm rejection issues and after reading some replies on there I saw everyone has the same problem.
Anyone managed to solve it ? Maybe with an app or a module.


Thank You
 
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    This is only for SM-P605 (lt03lte)! Even loading an custom recovery will irreversible trigger Knox to 0x1!

    Here some warm pie for our Note 10.1 2014 LTE.

    LineageOS (former CyanogenMod) is a free, community built, aftermarket firmware distribution of Android 9 (Pie) , which is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device.

    Code:
    #include <std_disclaimer.h>
    /*
     * Your warranty is now void.
     *
     * We are not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
     * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
     * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
     * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
     * you point the finger at us for messing up your device, we will laugh at you.
     *
     */

    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. You will need to provide your own Google Applications package (GApps). 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 Gerrit Code Review.


    How to flash:
    -Be sure you are on 5.1.1 Bootloader and Modem (Flash 5.1.1 firmware via Odin) !
    -Flash TWRP (version 3.2.1-0 or newer needed)
    -Make Nandroid backup (optional)
    -Wipe > Advanced Wipe > select data, system, ART/Dalvik Cache, Cache, Internal Storage > Swipe
    -Install > select Lineage 16.0 Zip > Swipe
    -Reboot


    Please read full OP before posting or flashing anything. Please don't report any bugs, if you use Xposed, any mod or modified the system.



    What is working
    Wifi
    Sound
    Bluetooth
    S-Pen
    Off Charging
    ADB/MTP
    RIL
    ...


    What is not working
    Camera
    Wifi Hotspot
    ...


    Untested
    GPS
    IR
    ...


    Bugs/ other things
    SELinux Permissive
    ...


    Download


    Notes:
    - TWRP 3.2.1-0 or newer necessary


    Changelog:
    --Lineage--
    20190604: fixed mobile data, many changes and cleanup, added spen pointer...
    20181006: fixed RIL, fixed USB MTP, disabled USB host mode, small things
    20180825: first test build

    Screenshots

    Credit: LineageOS Team, Maintainer and Valera1978

    Kernel Source


    XDA:DevDB Information
    [ROM][SM-P605][9.0] Unofficial LineageOS 16.0 for lt03lte (25.08.2018) [TEST], ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition)

    Contributors
    davidmueller13
    ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
    ROM Firmware Required: 5.1.1 Bootloader/Modem and TWRP 3.2.1-0 or newer
    Based On: LineageOS

    Version Information
    Status: Alpha

    Created 2018-08-25
    Last Updated 2019-06-04
    15
    So, finally a new build for Pie.

    Unfortunately still no working camera.
    I spent many hours finding the issue, but no success.
    I dont' find anything usefull in the log in the middle of the usual camera blob spam.
    Oddly enough on SM-P905 (Note Pro 12.2) the camera works while the camera blobs are identical (practical also the rest of camera related stuff).
    13
    New build

    Changelog:
    - fixed RIL
    - fixed USB MTP
    - disabled USB host mode
    - small things

    Download
    4
    Thanks again to the Developer for his efforts....Extraordinary how our table can stay uodated thanks to these guys....
    Question to the Users...is this release good enough for daily use ..considering that I need full functionality of S-pen ( using Squid and S-notes), camera, wifi and LTE, Bluetooth, gps....in few words...which are the real limitations...if any?
    Thanks a lot again to all
    Since camera and gps is not working and the dev recommends to not use this test version in a productive environment, I would stick to the last stable , which is the 7.1.2 rom (https://forum.xda-developers.com/ga...om-unofficial-cyanogenmod-14-1-30-10-t3490761), security patch is up to date, so you won't miss anything important. To me the LineageOS 16 (Pie) version is just a bit quicker in terms of responsiveness and less battery drain.