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EskeRahn

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  1. (lineage-20.0-20230116-nightly-pro1-signed.zip on January 5 security patch installed smoothly using adb sideload and MindTheGapps-13.0.0-arm64-20221025_100653)
  2. Lineage usually do not publish images at early stages, as I understand it.
  3. Good news that alternative OS development are still progressing. I had feared it was stalled awaiting the stock fixes.
  4. Indeed frustration. The newest we know is this, that @Scoopy quoted on IGG
  5. Please note that drivers also matters. It is a puzzle really to get things working, we have other threads on it in here...
  6. I'm not even sure it is USB2, it was a tiny Chinese 'no-name' thing I bought ages ago. Looks like this one: https://www.skout.com.au/item/80001544 (less the branding) I think I found it on ebay.... ...But can not recommend it, flashing was REALLY slow.
  7. Indeed. I do not know if you are aware of the full story, but the Pro1X was originally intended as a slight variation of the Pro1, with more ram and in a blue cabinet. FxTec was swindled by those they ordered and paid the 835 chipset from. And it was impossible to source them elsewhere as Qualcomm had stopped production, so they had to redesign the whole inner phone for a different chipset. And as one side effect the existing software will not work on the Pro1X as it ended.... If your question is how you can support LineageOS development, I guess you should start here, if you mean finan
  8. I found it impossible to flash directly from my "Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga X1 Gen6, 20XY", BUT if I let it connect through an external HUB, things suddenly works. I both tried an ancient cheap one I had in a deep drawer and ports on the Lenovo Thunderbolt 4 Docking. All works. (the cheap old one was USB1 I guess, the flashing was extremely slow - but it worked...) So my first suggestion would be to try a hub (and/or different cables). Some screens got a build in hub, if you have not got other alternatives. If that does not work either, try to look for an older hub, to make sure it is plain a
  9. (Split @CornholioGSM's hint on 20.0 for original Pro1 to separate thread here)
  10. (lineage-20.0-20230109-nightly-pro1-signed.zip on January 5 security patch installed smoothly using adb sideload and MindTheGapps-13.0.0-arm64-20221025_100653)
  11. I certainly hope so - or that they got the 'drawings' so that they can have them produced. It is very likely that most of us at some point will need it for our Pro1. That is unless there will be a successor we will buy and use instead.
  12. For some odd reason a 'factory reset' is needed after the flash of stock.
  13. Odd that they did not have those as a spare part on IGG. Be aware that that the port is NOT at the same position in the frame for pro1 and proX (sits higher on the X), so MIGHT be different pcb as well.
  14. Awesome you got it working too. It would be great if someone would combine this in a step-by step guide, for future references for others (I will add a link to it in the main flash post) (It does not have to be super detailed, just with the steps that are not obvious)
  15. (I merged the two threads, with edited title)
  16. Thanks for that, I copied this into @Casey's post (as comments are disabled, even for a moderator)
  17. They made an official guide here https://community.fxtec.com/topic/3643-pro1-x-flashing-stock-android-with-qfil-windows-pc-only/ It is a bit complex. There might be easier ways to do it, but unfortunately there isn't (currently ?) a simple version with a zip file (like the one you used for the Pro1 Lineage), I have asked for that, and hopefully we will get it at some point...
  18. Is it a Pro1X you tried to give Pro1 Lineage? Currently we have not got Lineage for the pro1X Start here for ROMs and restore options:
  19. Found it. The problem is if you only take the first part here: If you go in by the "Enter fastboot" this way will give exactly the reported FAILED (remote: 'Command not supported in default implementation') fastboot: error: Command failed But if you choose "Reboot to bootloader" you wlil get to the menu where it works. OKAY [ 0.000s] Finished. Total time: 0.000s
  20. Weird, works on a Pro1X here.... Are you at the standard bootloader menu that can be reached with this? adb reboot bootloader If I write say "On" instead of the "1" I get an error BUT a different text: FAILED (remote: 'Invalid input entered') And if I change the command-name I get FAILED (remote: 'unknown command') So it seems that the it sees your command, but report it as not supported, so could be a different fastboot-menu - If I do recall incorrectly, there is another one with tiny text that can be reached by another key-combo than the usual: VolDown while holding power.
  21. as I have not have found the time to install something else on the unit, I fetched and installed 20221228. Same issues as earlier. (including still reverted to Android 11)
  22. If you do a clean install I can not see it should be needed, but if you are going to try a dirty flash without wiping your data, I would go via 19.1. If you are using a Gapps package, make sure to upgrade that one too. But make sure to backup important data, and be prepared to need to wipe.
  23. (Looking at the profile he has not been logged in for a year)
  24. Split the above from the 19.1 thread Link for rom: https://download.lineageos.org/pro1 Just attempted a dirty flash from Lin 19.1 MTG12 to 20.0 MTG 13 arm64 (Android security update 2022-12-05) It boots nicely after a while, so seems to work with all preserved 😄 AND the long lasting keyboard&Accessibility bug (both 18.1 and 19.1) has been fixed, so Greenify and Android Assistant both works again - awesome
  25. Well the Pro1 has 128MB, and the Pro1X exists in 256 and 128MB variants. But I do not think that we can assume that it is the same pin-out. As the whole pcb has been changed for the new chipset for the pro1X, they might have chosen a different UFS chip.
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