No idea, I haven't had much use for Android Auto yet, because I haven't traveled much recently (for obvious reasons). I heard some people had some SD card issues, but I haven't tried it out yet, I don't have a free SD card and I currently don't need one, so no clue.
Unfortunately, if you choose simlock it is probably just a service, uploading a new rom does not give you anything.
After selecting simlock, it does not read sim cardsYeah ive managed to do really strange things and have it 'bricked' with xperia phones but somehow always managed to load a rom again using flashtool (for xperia).
Cant try with samsung yet (odin) since the charger port is broken, which seems the only way to flash
Hi, please ask your question to the relevant topic or do your own research. I think this is not the appropriate forum topic to ask such.And another question: after exchanging the battery (with 17.1) I experience the new draining much faster, then the old already degraded one. (I even exchanged the battery one more time to be sure).
The electronic guy said, that sometimes it is helpful to reinstall the system from scratch after battery exchange. Is this somehow reasonable?
adb root adb shell logcat -b all -d > logcat
adb pull /sys/fs/selinux/policy
cd sys/fs/pstore cp * /sdcard