Are you talking about the service update error? If you manage to do: drag down -> config menu -> settings -> apps, this error seems to stop (till you leave settings again). From the apps I was able to select a file manager and click launch. Within the file manager you can move /system/apk/ServiceUpdate.apk (if you have root). That solved it for me.
I restaured factory settings (don’t mind don’t use the phone right now) and now it works…
Also tried to install opengapps pico which worked with CWM recovery but then the keyboard didn’t work anymore and I was blocked so I had to go back and start again… how can I correct this keybord problem?
I installed google keyboard and then chose it and then swipe keyboard normally from googleplay which works by the way with pico installation from OpenGapps. I still got the popup message that keybord stopped working but it matters little as I now have a keyboard to work with…
So far so good… some small problems so far:
When the OS is loading a white line appears on the left and up screen edge of the phone.
Also there are some language problems: language is set to French but 70% of menu is in English.
Good to see that you could solve it. Chris’ and our build could potentially be close enough to not have to factory reset. However, wiping Dalvik cache is probably always necessary.
Did everyone here come from Chris’ build? Or are there also some people that updated from Kola Nut 1.8.7? In general this is the more important case to test, because most of our users will take that path.
Yes, this solves many problems (although Dalvik Cache is on the data partition which means that you don’t need to wipe Dalvik Cache if you factory reset).
But please don’t all factory reset before flashing: Most people will want to update from Kola Nut without loosing any data. Therefore it would be great if these scenarios are also covered by our tests.
Yes, I can verify that. I will look into it.
Ohoh, that needs to be fixed. Probably it’s too much work and doesn’t make sense to list each and every non-translated string. But, is there a pattern to it? What parts are in English and what parts are in French?
I wish I had a option for white or black background colour for the menu…
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Ohoh, that needs to be fixed. Probably it’s too much work and doesn’t make sense to list each and every non-translated string. But, is there a pattern to it? What parts are in English and what parts are in French?[/quote]
Everything in “settings” is in english and everything in screen and apks menu is in french.
By the way I must say: Thank you so much for this update!!! this is incredible, I love my FP1 but it wasn’t easy to use lately with some apks not compatible. The unofficial kitkat was great too and I’m really glad this phone is supported like this (officialy and inofficialy)