no, I used the recovery from mmustermann (now I also understand why there is a recover) and I have dobe the steps till no. 5 as I posted. And yes, it looks like the one on your image. before each retry, I wiped again.
In general, I will not be able to update the next LOS version from mmustermann like this? Still I have a running instance. Maybe I can use it for some month and hopefully there will be an official release in the mean time…
So if you ignore the wrong signature and say yes to “install anyway?”, did you try to boot to the normal system afterwards? Does LOS work or does it hang in a bootloop?
If it ends in a bootloop, please check a few things:
Ensure that the files you downloaded have not been corrupted. Do so by checking if the sha256 hashes match.
Are you absolutely sure that you use the 20220511 recovery for sideloading? It didn’t complain about the wrong signature for me.
Doesn’t matter as long as it worked and you booted or flashed the 20220511 recovery.
You will be able to sideload the next update. You might just loose your root access after the update, because the update usually overwrites the boot partition. So any modifications you do to the boot partition might get lost and you probably have to patch the boot.img again to reinstall Magisk.
You can use a tool like payload-dumper-go to extraxt the partitions (including boot) from the files in lineage-19.1-20220511-UNOFFICIAL-FP4.zip.
I’ve uploaded you a patched boot.img, just install the Magisk app and follow the usual instructions:
Sure You can download prebuilt binaries for your architecture from the github releases, no need to install Go. If you are on an Arch based distro, it’s also in the AUR (but then what isn’t ).
Extract lineage-19.1-20220511-UNOFFICIAL-FP4.zip first, you’ll find the payload.bin file in there we’re interested in.
If you’ve downloaded payload-dumper-go manually, just extract, it open your terminal where you extracted it to and run it with ./payload-dumper-go path/to/payload.bin and it will create an folder extracted_$date_$time in the current directory.
Yes - AFWall+, XPrivacy, AdAway work like a charme. After 7 years a new phone with LineageOS <3 - another 7 and more on the road
I owe you folks, let me know how if applicable. My offer is still valid!