Did you wipe before install? Did you have latest Samsung release on? What version of twrp have you installed?
Well , the original SIM card is permanently disabled. I have tried again with a new SIM card. Again the device asked for the PUK code instead of the SIM code. This time I had another device at hand and was able to unlock the card with the PUK code. However, there seems to be a bug that locks the SIM card and instead of asking for the SIM code asks for the PUK. Afterwards I have tried to disable the PIN request on the SIM card on the other device. From now on I don't get prompted for the PUK (or any other code, as expected) anymore and mobile network is operational on the Tab S. Do you all have the SIM code request disabled or do you see the proper SIM code request on boot? Has nobody else noticed this behavior?Hmm unusual that is... I have the 705y running CRdroid which is based on 17.1 and never had that appear when I installed my sim.
You mentioned you have your PUK Personal Unlock Key handy, then you should be good to go. As your network provider is the only one that can deactivate your Sim.
When you incorrectly enter a Sim pin 3 times all it does is lock the sim so you can't use it not deactivate it. Your PUK is what is used to Unlock the sim so you can use it again.
Glad you got it sorted, personally never had that happen to me on any Roms I've installed on my deviceWell , the original SIM card is permanently disabled. I have tried again with a new SIM card. Again the device asked for the PUK code instead of the SIM code. This time I had another device at hand and was able to unlock the card with the PUK code. However, there seems to be a bug that locks the SIM card and instead of asking for the SIM code asks for the PUK. Afterwards I have tried to disable the PIN request on the SIM card on the other device. From now on I don't get prompted for the PUK (or any other code, as expected) anymore and mobile network is operational on the Tab S. Do you all have the SIM code request disabled or do you see the proper SIM code request on boot? Has nobody else noticed this behavior?
I guess that you started the tab without GApps, and then installed them afterwards. The rom and GApps need to be flashed at the same time. To fix it, wipe data.
Hi thanks for the reply. Yes I did how should I go about fixing this ?? Load up recovery wipe full build and then reinstall it + Gapps ??
I’m the same with this there’s no skip it just keeps searching for updates then says no internet connection but shows connected in the Wi-Fi list ??
So you've tried both with and without WiFi connected? Does the same happen when you chose to skip pass the WiFi connection?
I can’t skip as theres no option for it….. first comes up with language setup then connect to a Wi-Fi but once connected it then goes to a update screen stays on there for a bit then says no internet connection
You can skip by clicking the corners of the screen clockwise starting from top left. I had the same issue.
The broken wifi screen might be the same services issue.I’m totally lost with it now….. when I first flashed my T800 with the crDroid rom it’s worked fine booted up fine but kept coming up saying (Google play service missing) so was told to wipe and install both ROM and Gapps at the same time which Iv done but it keeps booting into this rom where its stuck on the Wi-Fi page and fails and I can’t move any further that’s on both crDroid and Lineage.
The one that worked fine for me first time had the dog as the wallpaper sure that was this one https://luis-builds.de/downloads/li...20211010-chagallwifi-v6.23-LuisROM.zip.md5sum
But this just now keeps loading to the broken Wi-Fi screen
hope some one can help to sort this out
Not sure on T800, but without Gapps, it runs like a dream on T700. With Gapps, acceptable, a bit laggy, but great performance in games. Better than stock.
I've tried with and without. In general use (with) of stock, I saw laggy notification slide at times, and random app crashes, especially camera, but very good game performance. Without, no issues, except you can't do anything without gapps lol
Thanks again for ur reply. The final question - is lineageos 17.1 better than 14.1? I dont know which rom should I choose.
The 14.1 has Android processes that repeatedly crash, and then forces a random reboot. You're better off on the 17.1. Hope This helps, and good luck!!
Hey mate, sorry to hear about your loss and losing a dear loved one is never easy and it hurts so bad. Although the loss remains and it may not seem possible today its somehow becomes a little more bearable as time passes. I really appreciate that you took the time to reply given the circumstances - its speaks volumes of the kind of person you are as do the work you have done in this forum. No worries about doing anything more till you ready.Hi,
I'm sorry for being not here all the time. Some weeks ago I've lost one of my dear ones in death. That strikes me hard...
After some recent merges to the ROM my boot image is broken. I've spent some time to dig deeper before the hard time began. Unfortunately I couldn't go further in that afterwards... Maybe next week I can take a look again...
I'm finding the config since zram doesn't work also the can't keep it in ram. moreover, those apps were kill by the LMK when I have try to open a lot of apps but it's always killed it
Edited : I got these value from LOS 14.1 might be useful a lot
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echo 1262 1212 1162 1112 1075 1037 1000 975 950 925 900 875 850 850 1150 1087 1037 987 950 912 875 850 850 850 850 850 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/UV_mV_table echo 177 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/minclock echo 1 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/dvfs echo 600 962500 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/volt_table echo 533 937500 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/volt_table echo 480 900000 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/volt_table echo 420 862500 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/volt_table echo 350 812500 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/volt_table echo 266 762500 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/volt_table echo 177 725000 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/volt_table echo 100 725000 > /sys/devices/platform/mali.0/volt_table echo 1000 > /sys/devices/platform/sec-battery/ac_input_curr echo 1000 > /sys/devices/platform/sec-battery/ac_chrg_curr echo 2048 > /sys/block/mmcblk0/queue/read_ahead_kb echo 1024 > /sys/block/mmcblk1/queue/read_ahead_kb echo 0 > /sys/block/mmcblk0/queue/iostats echo 0 > /sys/block/mmcblk0/queue/add_random echo 1 > /sys/kernel/mm/uskm/deferred_timer echo 400000 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_min_freq LMK Fore 72 Vis 90 Sec 108 Hidd 126 Content 144 Empty 180 MB unit VM Dirty Ratio 20 % Dirty Background Ratio 5% Dirty Expire Centisecs 200 cs Overcommit Ratio 50% Dirty Writeback Centisecs 5000cs Swappiness 100% VFS Cache Pressure 99 Min free Kilobytes 2839