Did you flash clean? I flashed dirty (came from lineage-16.0-20200208-UNOFFICIAL-i9300) and have the same problems. I am back to 20200208, which is working fine.
Maybe a clean flash works for 20201109?
20.09.2020 - build #7
- Sources update (September 2020 ASB)
- Enabled NearbyMessagingService back (this seemed to break google account login)
- GPS fix (credits to @rINanDO)
- Updated kernel to LK 3.4.67
- Added CPU and GPU OC
- Added more CPU governors (including ZZMoove)
So i've installed this new build and my happiness last 5 minutes.
My SIM card is not detected and when i passed to another phone asks for my PUK and says that the SIM is locked (zero attempts available)...
Now i have no SIM card but can enjoy the build on my forever prefered S3
Any ideas on how to improve my situation?
I tried with another SIM card (PIN unlocked but stills not detecting)
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su cat /proc/last_kmsg > /sdcard/last_kmsg.txt
to quickly & easily capture logcat (Main log), Kernel log (dmesg) & Last Kernel log (last_kmsg which is important in case of unwanted reboot) without using a computer + adb or use a Terminal emulator on the phone:
Done! And make the dev happy.
- Root the phone
- Developer Options > Store logger data persistently on device > select All. More info about it here on developer.android.com
- Install the free SysLog. (screenshot)
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- Reboot the phone & reproduce the problem(s).
- Open Syslog & select logcat, dmesg & last_kmsg. Add some significant keywords in the bottom including in Notes describing the bug & hit Take log.
- The individual logs + a .zip of all of them will be saved in /sdcard/Syslog. You must rename them .txt to be able to attach them to an XDA post like logcat.log > logcat_log.txt for example. Or you can choose Share which will .zip them & then you can attach to a post or upload somewhere & link to in your post if the .zip is too big for XDA's attachment service (20 MB max).
Bug Reports & Logs?
If the phone is not rooted you can grant this permission to enable Syslog using ADB (15 seconds ADB Installer) & a computer:
You can also install an app like MatLog to analyse the logcat, filter it, search in it, export files etc but Syslog is fast & easy. If not rooted grant permission for MatLog:
- adb shell pm grant com.tortel.syslog android.permission.READ_LOGS
- adb shell pm grant com.pluscubed.matlog android.permission.READ_LOGS