No...i didnt...does it fix the Problem that i mentioned though???
Which build to test now?
hmm that is interestingI did not notice any bt or stability problems with the last build you removed. But I did not test it for a longer time. I will hopefully try the new build...
Is it still against oem v7? I flashed it over the removed build.EDIT: oh, doesn't boot? that's the issue i see on my kugo
but i got confirmation that this kernel works on suzu, weird
I was wrong. The bt issues are present in the removed build. It takes more seconds until audio breaks.
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Is it still against oem v7? I flashed it over the removed build.
New kernel in latest build also make my phone stuck at Sony logoI did not notice a feature update. BT is still unusable, but it is still the older kernel.
Maybe you could try the new build, if the new kernel boots with your device. But keep the old kernel to replace if it doesn't.
Strange, after replacing the kernel I rebooted. But after that there were some apps missing, that were installed before.
No problem, I had Oandbackups.
Deleted.now I got the new kernel working thanks to a hint from its developer.
here is a build that will boot
as previously stated, this should give you working bt and a stable device
fastboot flash oem <ODM image>
What is the problem with a boot crash? Do you reboot that often? If I can successfully boot my device after some attempts, it is not such a critical issue. The old security level is more critical. Sidechannel updates are problematic, because of the different signatures. I don't want to wipe my device every time.
How many boot attempts are needed in average?