Yes my builds contain updated code from lineageOS main tree.
Assuming that you're already running LOS 17.1 Just wipe the Cache and Dalvik / ART Cache and flash this build. Use my updated TWRP as it's been compiled using the latest available kernel for TB-8704.
I don't have the TB-8704V but I believe you need to flash boot-los17.1-tb8704v-20200531.img afterwards each time.I flashed the build and it did not boot correctly. I had to reimage the kernel for the TB-8704V device model as stated in the initial post, and now it boots.
I did not, however, wipe the Cache/Dalvik/ART Cache before flashing. It is possible that was the problem, so I will give it another try.
Strange - Netflix and Viki plays fine for me. VLC also plays fine.I flashed
lineage-17.1-20200725-UNOFFICIAL-TB8704.zip over highwaystar system. To boot, I neeeded a factory reset. (data wipe) everything seemed to work, but video playing in viki ans netflix played in snail speed. kmplayer and I assume vlc played a video file without problem. highwaystar 17.1 playes without problem too.
I assume that lineage-17.1-20200725-UNOFFICIAL-TB8704.zip has in it audio.deep_buffer.media=false, so that cannot be the problem
Hi, I compiled a new build which contains audio.deep_buffer.media=false
I've uploaded new version, this should resolve issue with 8704f, please try and report if it works or not. Full adb logcat output on boot are welcome too.
- Fixed issue running on 8704F (WiFi version)
I has no removing telephony apps after installation on WiFi only tablet.
Actually, flashing wrong variants of the same rom will often boot since the code is 99% exactly the same, but then exhibit strange behavior........exactly as you described in your post!! Anyway, the main point of my response was that the rom works just fine and you are obviously doing "something" wrong. Good luck!I've had this tablet for 2 1/2 years, flashed it many times for varying reasons. I'm well aware of the different variants. I flashed with a clean wipe, formatted data also. Think about what you said... You actually think I could of flashed the f variant, got it to boot, and used it for a week with ONLY the issues I stated?? I'd be a genius if I could pull that off. Thanks for the compliment and for trying to help.
Actually, flashing wrong variants of the same rom will often boot since the code is 99% exactly the same, but then exhibit strange behavior........exactly as you described in your post!! Anyway, the main point of my response was that the rom works just fine and you are obviously doing "something" wrong. Good luck!
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