Hello good day
I have done the WIPE with twrp-3.3.1-1-gtaxlwifi.img
I have installed lineage-17.1-20200113-UNOFFICIAL-gtaxlwifi
I have installed the open_gapps-arm64-10.0-mini-20200116-BETA
I have installed Magisk-v20.3
And when it restarts it doesn't pass the lineage logo
Someone could help me
Thanks for the work being done. very nice and smooth. I have one issue which is a bit serious i think. if i let the screen goes off then i can turn on but the touch screen remain unresponsive. only way i can turn off the tablet is download mode.
i hope it will be an easy fix bcos it is a beautiful peace of work. thank you
As I said several times, if someone starts to build the current version of the lineage that I do, I completely close the project.
In May, I closed the port, based on 10 android and now the time to completely close all work on exynos7870. There was only one reason why I didn't do it earlier - I promised to fix the sound during calls in the LTE version. Now all done, I dont have any desire and motivation to do anything for the exynos7870.
This decision is final, I switched now to the work on note pro 12.2 wifi variant, my smart home and think about starting tab s6.
Thanks to everyone who has been with me all these years, I will see you on other projects.
I'm not responsible for any damage to your device of any sort.
By flashing this you take responsibility of anything that happens.
Process at your own risk!
If you want to check firmware - please make backup.
1. Install latest TWRP
2. Download the zip(s) - firmware and Google Apps additional package (optional)
3. Backup all partitions (it least efs) and store somewhere - it need to do - because you can loose imei
4. Full wipe all
5. Flash firmware and gapps
Finally, I finished the first version of the new android q.
Initially I thought it would be an easy walk. But google in the new version made a huge amount of changes. And I spend about weeks to made something working.
I rebuild the config, wrote a library with sensors from scratch, there were big problems with wifi and sound. For the sound, I had to build a 32bit version to get the missing libraries.