Can't turn on Wifi or Mobile Data after update FP4.TP2G.C.0119.20240509 (root)

I did the update today (disabled root, rebooted, installed the update, rebooted, installed magisk).

At first it worked fine, everything was in order, but after a while, i had a crash bootloop, that was fixed with a hard reboot. But afterwards Wifi wasn’t working (never really turned on), and after accidentally turning off Mobile, that had the same issue, nothing fixed it, even after a full reset wifi still isn’t working!

Can I manually turn it on at boot somewhere? I would like to use my phone normally again (with root and wifi)

Edit: Audio isn’t working either!

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Added the update version to the title. I guess a factory reset removed root, so did you test before rooting again? And after the reset did you set up from a backup?

I currently have no root, root was uninstalled before the reset (restore partitions), it also was uninstalled during the update (only the modules in /data/adb/ still existed).

Root might have caused the problem, but it persists without it.

I did not restore from a backup.

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Can you run logs to see what happens when you try to turn it on? I cant read them, however maybe someone else here or support can

One option is explained here
Logs - Collecting logs with “Feedback”.pdf (135.1 KB)

and as you mentioned a crash and bootloop, there are issues reported with freezing and bootloops having the phone rooted and appllying this update

Will send logs later (when I am at home), the issues you linked do fit my problem, as I just checked the microphone also doesn’t work, just the audio seems to be a problem only I have (maybe because I used viperfx)

From the adb logs, parts with wifi:

06-14 17:56:10.268  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Failed to access driver state control param No such file or directory, 2: No such file or directory
06-14 17:56:10.268  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Failed to load WiFi driver
06-14 17:56:10.268  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Failed to initialize firmware mode controller
06-14 17:56:10.268  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Wifi HAL start failed
06-14 17:56:11.503  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Failed to access driver state control param No such file or directory, 2: No such file or directory
06-14 17:56:11.503  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Failed to load WiFi driver
06-14 17:56:11.503  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Failed to initialize firmware mode controller
06-14 17:56:11.503  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Wifi HAL start failed
06-14 17:56:13.280  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Failed to access driver state control param No such file or directory, 2: No such file or directory
06-14 17:56:13.280  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Failed to load WiFi driver
06-14 17:56:13.280  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Failed to initialize firmware mode controller
06-14 17:56:13.281  1108  1108 E android.hardware.wifi@1.0-service: Wifi HAL start failed
...
06-14 17:59:07.123  1776  2646 I WifiNative: Vendor HAL died. Cleaning up internal state.
...
06-14 17:59:08.126  1776  2646 E HalDevMgr: Cannot start IWifi: 9 ()
06-14 17:59:08.126  1776  2646 E WifiVendorHal: Failed to start vendor HAL
06-14 17:59:08.126  1776  2646 E WifiNative: Failed to start vendor HAL
06-14 17:59:08.126  1776  2646 E WifiNative: Failed to start Hal
06-14 17:59:08.126  1776  2646 E WifiClientModeManager[unknown]: Failed to create ClientInterface. Sit in Idle
06-14 17:59:08.127  1776  2646 E WifiActiveModeWarden: ClientModeManager start failed!ConcreteClientModeManager{id=70416755 iface=null role=null}
06-14 17:59:08.127  1776  2646 D WifiScanRequestProxy: Sending scan available broadcast: false
06-14 17:59:08.127  1776  2650 I WifiScanningService: Received a request to disable scanning, UID = 1000
06-14 17:59:08.127  1776  2650 I WifiScanningService: wifi driver unloaded
06-14 17:59:08.128  1776  2646 I WifiScanRequestProxy: Scanning is disabled
06-14 17:59:08.128  1776  2646 I WifiCountryCode: No active mode, call onDriverCountryCodeChanged with Null
06-14 17:59:08.128  1776  2646 E WifiActiveModeWarden: One of the native daemons died. Triggering recovery
06-14 17:59:08.129  1776  2646 E WifiSelfRecovery: Triggering recovery for reason: WifiNative Failure

Seems like there are driver files missing, and because of that the wifi service cannot start.

Audio:

06-14 17:58:52.140  3395  3453 E AudioSystem-JNI: AudioSystem::listAudioPorts error -19
06-14 17:58:52.140  3395  3453 W AudioManager: updateAudioPortCache: listAudioPorts failed
06-14 17:58:52.141 22783 22848 E AudioSystem-JNI: AudioSystem::listAudioPorts error -19
06-14 17:58:52.141 22783 22848 W AudioManager: updateAudioPortCache: listAudioPorts failed
06-14 17:58:52.150  1776  3663 E AudioSystem-JNI: AudioSystem::listAudioPorts error -19
06-14 17:58:52.150  1776  3663 W AudioManager: updateAudioPortCache: listAudioPorts failed
...
06-14 17:58:53.481  1776  2671 E AS.AudioService: Failed to initStreamVolume (1) for stream 11
06-14 17:58:53.482  1776  2671 E AS.AudioService: VSS(): initStreamVolume failed with 1 will retry

Other constantly repeated Errors:

06-14 15:44:05.226  1776  2698 E DisplayDeviceConfig: requesting nits when no mapping exists.
06-14 15:44:05.325  1776  1968 E KernelCpuSpeedReader: Failed to read cpu-freq: /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/stats/time_in_state: open failed: ENOENT (No such file or directory)
06-14 16:06:36.258  1776  1776 E Fingerprint21: onPowerPressed not supported for HIDL clients
06-14 16:09:17.557  1776  2942 E BatteryService: getUsbPresent version0
06-14 16:09:17.558  1776  2942 E BatteryService: getUsbNTCTemp temp29.7
06-14 16:09:18.084  1776  4267 E AppOps  : Bad call made by uid 1002. Package "com.google.android.gms" does not belong to uid 1002.
06-14 16:09:18.104  1776  3326 E AppOps  : Bad call made by uid 1002. Package "com.google.android.gms" does not belong to uid 1002.

To me it seems like a bunch of system files are missing. Many errors complain of missing stuff.

I will try reinstalling the OS this weekend, hope it works

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I reinstalled the OS using the official guide. Had to manually input the fastboot commands and restart the bootloader for each command, but it worked!

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Rerooted. No problems yet.

14 hours, multiple reboots to install modules it still is stable. This seems to be a permanent solution.

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