- Feb 5, 2022
That's because using an SD card for internal storage is a very bad idea. Since internal memory technology solders the memory chips directly on top of the SoC chip, it has become many times faster than the SD bus. Therefore, using the SD card as internal storage drastically slows down the device. I know you say, "But the tablet doesn't have enough internal storage for my games or 4k movies." That is because these tablets are budget priced and not meant to be used for those purposes.
This ROM is based on the U.S. and Canada ROM. If you are from another region, then that is the problem. Search back through this thread for "wifi" as others have had this problem and may have found a solution.
This probably won't be a region firmware issue but the firmware version issue. Use the (T500XXU3BVB3) one mentioned from the OP. Notes that you will lost all the data if you do this.
No need stop using the vbmeta disabler Magisk has it built in, cracks APIs and safteynet to pass the security checks with modules and the correct setup i have confirmed it works, if bee through endless bricks and start over from Los19.1 all they way back to flashing back to stock back to patched magsik to Los19.1and so forth and haven't needed to flash it, trying to get kernel to Los19.1 with the latest stock installed, p.s I don't recommend trying to start with the newest stock FW and fighting twrp to quit throwing errors at me for like the last 12 hours. but ill plan on doing a noob guide over everything new I find well the best i can. but with that said in the meantime ill posts the links that helped me get this far and the files you will need!!! as well really the only two files you might need would be the multidisabler and the blankvbmeta but so far they really haven't helped me much, and i recommend uninstalling the 7 Knox apps ( I used luckypatcher.apk, but titanium backup should do the trick as well) and delete the Knox folder in the recovery file manager
I'll assume you aren't in Canada or the U.S. Search this thread for Wifi because, yes, a lot of people have had this issue. But I don't know if or how they solved it.
After a couple of tweaks I got the pixel experience GSI working well, really pleased with the result
Thanks for your answer! I have looked again at the whole process incl. the updates and slowly I understand the procedure.
I want to load Lineage 19.1 on my SM-T500 tablet, but it has been using the stock rom with the latest firmware T500XXS4CVJ1 using bootloader 4. ODIN won't let me downgrade to firmware T500XXU3BVB3, with bootloader 3. I started with my T500XXS4CVJ1 firmware, and loaded the LineageOS 19.1 Beta2 as described. No issues loading it, but the Wifi isn't working as many have noted. Loading later versions of Andy Yan's GSI didn't fix the issue.
Is anybody working on a Lineage 19.1 ROM starting with a bootloader 4 firmware? A way to downgrade to the previous bootloader version firmware?
I have another SM-T500 tablet modified back when I had the T500XXU3BVB3 firmware, and I like it. (It is nice to have a Wifi tablet with working Wifi!)
https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...ashing-guide-updated-android-13-gsis.4423297/ it should work with this tutorial https://github.com/ponces/treble_build_pe and this gsi
Firsh of all, what worked on one install, won't work on another. I depends on what the DEV included in their tar. Some include vbmeta and recovery in their ROM. This one doesn't. You have to start from stock, FACTORY RESET, flash vbmeta, FACTORY RESET, and then flash TWRP.Then yes vbmeta flahed on userdata odin ..here once was successful.then another attempt red notice appear only official files can be flashed (vbmeta)....this way.
I remember in my attempt on Skyhawk recovery. Flashed both vbmeta and recovery one sitting in ap for recovery userdata for vbmeta..then press conbination buttons power off volume up volume down all together . And. Da da .wowo i am in eecovery working fine .
So my reading on flashing are different methods i get lost . What is the proper one .