I think that is a little bit unfair. All these devices are in test mode. They are planing to provide new builds when they have sorted out the problems with the firmware mess (different regions have different firmware) of the OPOs. Then they will be able to provide support in their easy installer also for these devices.
Besides that, your promoted iodé also only provides new builds about every two months (at least for the FP3). And iodé even saves the work of providing release notes/changelog and proper documentation on gitlab or github.
Sorry for being a little bit angry.
You can’t take a joke either, can you?
Look at the smiley and be a little relaxed…
You don’t have to apologize right away if you fly off the handle.
You can’t get angry, announce it publicly, but apologize again in the very next sentence. That does not show backbone.
Here are sometimes really fast really uptight and pissed off.
You do not always have to take everything at face value…
I push that now simply times on the heat
Good suggestion. I will take it to heart.
3.5.1 with May 5 security updates here (I got an OTA at least once since installing)
I’m now on CalyxOs. How do I go back to Fairphone stock OS withour bricking it after locking the phone?
Just follow the official procedure and you should be fine
Avoid relocking bootloader at all cost.
Edit: also, if after the procedure you end up stuck on logo/bootlooping go back to fastboot mode and run:
If that doesn’t work, go for b
I can go back but I shouldn’t relock?
There are currently a lot of cases of fp4 getting bricked after relocking the bootloader to the point that only customer support can fix it.
I would like to give CalyxOS a try, but it seems like I’m blind… Cannot find the script for the FP4 (only for the official pixel devices). Could someone point me to the script?
I don’t know why, but there site is quite confusing to me…
Just realized that the factory-image is not the original FP image, but CalyxOS with all scripts inside…
I know that it is possible after having used Custom Rom to go back to FPOS and to lock bootloader.
Now my question: Is it possible at a later stage to unlock the bootloader again and to flash again any Custom Rom? Or is the number of unlocking limited?
I’ve never read or heard that it’s limited and I also can’t imagine that.
Please be aware, that when going back to FPOS the function OEM unlock may be disabled by default. So in case something goes wrong on relocking the device, you might hard brick your FP4.
You can do it as often as you want
Okay and thanks. My problem was that I unlocked without any problem and also unlocked critical. But it was not possible to flash Calyx. Fairphone original software remained unchanged. Tried many different cables and latest ADB and Fastboot software and also under Linux and Win 10. After 2 days of searching a solution my nerves were at the end and I locked again and also locked critical. I am sure that it is locked because the 2 days in unlocked condition I received after every reboot the info that Fairphone must be locked and how unsafe it is with unlocked bootloader. Also the toggle in Developer Options is back again!
You might ask a #fairphoneangel to assist you with flashing, if there’s one near you…
I wonder if or when updates for CalyxOS for FP4 are/will be available, On their website more than a month ago they said "next week. I’m a bit unsure - is that update still out and my FP4 did not get it? I recently installed netguard in whitelist mode - but I think this should not be a problem, because systemupdate is whitelisted.
Looks like a misplaced query, isn’t this better directed to Calyx ??
Just moved your question to this general Calyx topic, maybe someone has some insights
Isn’t this a user community here? I know there are some people using CalyxOS here - is it really “misplaced” to ask other users if they know something? What else is this forum for? I tried to find some infos in the CalyxOS Matrix channel - but I did not get along with this - one big thread for everything? Did not find any information on updates for FP4.
“Better directed to Calyx”? Do you really think it makes sense that every user directs questions like this to the developer? I think they have better things to do.
I won’t complain if nobody answers my question here, but I don’t like the “misplaced” answer.