If I got it right, it appears most GCam versions/mods don't work on Mediatek SoCs, like in the A41. The Nexus 5X is Snapdragon.
I would need someone to test the TWRP I build. We can chat on telegram with group chat or personal chat. here's my telegram @cha0scl0wn.Hence we keep nearly all A41 related information here I can tell that while ago I upgraded Android to version 11 which appeared 1-2 days ago on sammobile.com.
No problems at all.
I modified AP_* by the book, downloaded it to phone and voila!
Not even lost apps, personal settings, call history, contacts etc.
I feared I will have coming night sleepless but bit of luck is worth more than tons of hard work sometimes.
Magisk fails when I want it to hide it but it hides itself from applications and while my bank apk works IDGAS.
Akhil99:Anything what you will bring to the table will be appreciated.
Myself I am not on level which allows me to work on things like you mentioned, but I'd enjoy seeing TWRP, yes.
I confirm quicksettings screen is now on 3 lines@F308
I think I read Android 11 breaks video recording with screen off?
(Like with this app.)
And while Samsung's OneUI 3 may have some improvements, it seems there are also downgrades. Has the full QuickSettings screen become 3 lines instead of 4, or app drawer folders 3 icons in a line instead of 4?
Thank you.I think it's somewhere else. Maybe like this one:
Few people know that the call recording is built-in feature on Samsung Galaxy J3 (stock ROM) - it's just hidden feature To activate it - you need to edit /system/csc/feature.xml file (if exists, otherwise you need to edit /system/csc/others.xml...forum.xda-developers.com
The CSC setting name is probably the same.
Best continue under the S9/+ forum...
Sorry for late reply.
Again after certain delay, new related question./optics/configs/carriers/<3-letter-csc>/conf/cscfeature.xml
Decode the XML with OmcTextDecoder. No need to reencode before using it back on the phone.
I copied all the files from that directory, modified the XML, and overridden the original directory with a basic Magisk module.
Not sure. Try asking under the big unwieldy Magisk thread:
I haven't looked in recent months, but AFAIK the model wasn't officially released in countries where Samsung enables call recording.
Yes, this was always a solution however mounting /system/etc would interfere with hosts module which is there thanks to Magisk.
I have one of these since a couple of days and I have to say it is a really nice phone with a really bad issue: the jpg compression is super aggressiveand photos that should look great given the lens and sensor look bland and smudgy. As far as I understand, there is no camera api2 exposed at all by default. All camera apps that I have tried produce worse images and gcam does not work (I have tried about 20 different ones, for Mediatek and otherwise). If Samsung could just let me bump up JPEG quality to 95% I would be completely satisfied with this phone, but I guess that would never happen.
I therefore wonder, is there any chance that your success rooting the phone could lead to bumping up the JPEG quality of the stock camera app, eventually expose camera api2 or somehow allow us to install a version of gcam down the line?
Concerning the above.2* Install lates Magisk manager from https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releases/latest (Used v22.0) on phone.