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MrPib last won the day on February 20

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  1. Lineage-21-20240422-NIGHTLY-pro1x installed OTA with no issues. I'm not rooted.
  2. Interesting. I don't know if the 19th one was on the build page -- I just did it on the device. Anyway haven't noticed any problems.
  3. Updated to 21-20240219-NIGHTLY-pro1x OTA with no problems.
  4. WARNING! This link above: Official Release: https://download.lineageos.org/devices/pro1x/builds Takes you to the Pro-1 builds: https://download.lineageos.org/devices/pro1/builds You want to go to here: https://download.lineageos.org/devices/pro1x/builds The Upgrade 20-21 instructions linked above worked perfectly -- thanks for creating them! Note that I use a Raspberry Pi4 for ADB. Got tired of fighting with Windows 10.
  5. FYI worked beautifully for my unrooted Pro1-X running GApps.
  6. Thanks very much Hook & EskeRahn. Forgot about the OG PRo1.
  7. Could I get the download URL? Can't make it out from the screenshot above. Also, are there OTA instructions anywhere? System / Updater doesn't show any updates. Thanks!
  8. I have Verizon Wireless on a Flip3, and my cell# is a Google Voice number. So I went ahead and ordered a Twigby SIM. They're a Verizon MVNO, and I'm getting 3 months of 1gb data and unlimited voice and text for $5 a month (3 month promo, then $10 afterwards). Winds up being $8 a month. Added it to my Google Voice account, so both phones ring. Used an S10+ to activate the SIM, then switched it to my Pro1-X which is running LineageOS 20. I immedately was greeted with this text: Hello from Twigby! The SIM card for <Twigby-assigned #> has been placed in an invalid or inel
  9. I'm running "Raspbian GNU/Linux 10 (buster)" You're correct, your sudo command above would have done it.
  10. I can attest that a Pi4 works flawlessly so far for flashing for me. Just had to do: sudo apt-get install -y android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot to install the tools needed.
  11. FATTIRE! He got CM11 working on the Nook Color, many moons ago. The dude knew his shit.
  12. Thanks, but didn't help. Just dawned on me that I have a Pi4 sitting on my desk (running HomeAssistant and a Plex server). Works great from that! EDIT: Lineage 20 install worked perfectly! Thanks to everyone that helped.
  13. Thanks for replying! Windows sees the phone, and it shows up under device manager. Phone had USB Debugging on and USB set to FIle Transfer. Issue is that ADB doesn't see the phone. Also tried adb under the Windows Linux Subsystem. Good suggestion using a USB2 hub -- I know I have one somewhere. Thanks!
  14. The last time I used ADB, I was installing xdandroid on my HTC Touch Pro 2. So it's been a while. Anyone have any tips on getting ADB to talk to a Pro1-X on Windows 10? I tried everything here: https://www.xda-developers.com/install-adb-windows-macos-linux/ Thanks!
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