Unfortunately I haven't included the MicroG patch into this ROM. I'll include it in the next update.
Hi thank you for all your hard work,i will really appreciate to enable the microg support in the next build without the need using Xposed or Magisk. So I'll take an eye on the next release (are there OTAs ?) and thank you again
This was July 7th 2021. So one of the roms before that. Because I went back to lineage after this comment and exFat worked. So you had already fixed that, I just didn't know it. I may have been using a January build of lineage-14 when I encountered this initially I guess.Quick question, what file system does this rom format your SD card to? iirc it uses FAT32. I remember having trouble copying a video file greater than 4GB in the past. I just reverted back to FireOS last night, because I wanted to check something, and noticed FireOS uses exFAT for SD cards.
I remember the rom not recognizing my old SD card because that was exFAT, so i formatted it from the storage settings tab, and it formatted to FAT32.
HW acceleration only works in Android 5.1 based ROMs (LOS 12.1 and SlimLP).Hi thank you for all your hard work,i will really appreciate to enable the microg support in the next build without the need using Xposed or Magisk. So I'll take an eye on the next release (are there OTAs ?) and thank you again
Edit : Oh i have another question,is the HW acceleration for 1080p videos broken on all ROMS (including Slimlp,LOS12.1,14.1) or just in this one ?
Alright, thanks for the information. I guess I'll need to update the exFat kernel driver.This was July 7th 2021. So one of the roms before that. Because I went back to lineage after this comment and exFat worked. So you had already fixed that, I just didn't know it. I may have been using a January build of lineage-14 when I encountered this initially I guess.
But now exFat is not working for me on the latest lineage-15 build.
Yes, big time. We try everything: different cables, chargers, positions for the tablet. I even took it apart and tried this fix:
Yes, that's an expected behavior since SELinux is configured in permissive mode (temporarily, until all bugs and policies are fixed). You can either disable Trust, disable its notifications or ignore them.Just installed this to replace the older SlimOS that I had previously installed on the tablet. All seems good but I get a 'Trust - System security' notification every time I reboot the tablet saying 'SELinux is not enforcing, your security has been weakened' - is this normal? Is there a fix? Many thanks.
I guess so, I never tried streaming apps personally since I don't have accounts to do so.Thanks for all your hard work and time you put in on this @Rortiz2!
Can I assume the inability to playback videos—be that in HBO, Netflix, or FuboTV—without them being choppy as all get out is related to the known "Hardware Decoding (OMX -080p video playback" issue?
I see, I guess it isn't related at all with OMX then. Would you mind getting logs from both 14.1 and 15.1?What I should have wrote was that I was reinstalling because it isn't there; that is, I was using 14.1 before upgrading to 15.1 and there was no choppiness... And that leads me to believe it might have nothing to do with the OMX piece.
Again, thanks for helping to keep this device relevant!
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