I believe you are experiencing a mixer paths issue with the loud speaker defaulting and it can be remedied by clearing all sound modifications cache and disabling/deleting any app (AudioFX) that modifies it at which point after a reboot it will be set with the correct permissions and should resolve the undesired behaviour.kind question: how may i fix if during my call, or call init, my screen goes black and proximity senzor works ?
screen is on when, for unknown reason, my call automatically starts with "loud speaker/listening" mode
after new tests, it looks, something is influencing proxi.senzor ... :-(
Our old Z5C in the house behaves like that: black screen during calls, either received or initiated on the phone itself. I suspect the culprit might be microphone. When paired to BT earphones, it behaves as expected.I'm not sure where to reset sound modification only, but deactivated AudioFX, all possible MagiSK modules as well. Tested all with Stock-ROM (with factory reset) with no change.
I also replaced sensor, with no change . Strange is, that light sensor works and is served by the same sensor: Avago APDS-9910. Also strange is, this proximity sensor worked few weeks ago (according to DevInfo). This situation looks too complicated to me, when even after (difficult) part replacement, no change is visible. So it's no software (Lineage/Stock), no hardware (sensor itself) ... it's kind of magic I give up.
I had a 32GB DS card and everything was fine, I just bought a new 128 ADATA SD card and put it as portable storage to transfer files and the internal memory gave an error. the format of the SD 128G is fat 32
Forget it! Bad hint! I've just formatted an unused 2GB SD card with ext4 and it is not recognized.
adb root adb shell mount -o remount,rw / rm /system/priv-app/DroidGuard/DroidGuard.apk rm /system/priv-app/FakeStore/FakeStore.apk rm /system/priv-app/GmsCore/GmsCore.apk rm /system/priv-app/GsfProxy/GsfProxy.apk exit
adb root adb shell logcat -b all -d > logcat
adb pull /sys/fs/selinux/policy
cd sys/fs/pstore cp * /sdcard