So, unfortunately, as there have been reports of random reboots, I decided to roll-back kernel. SIGH
Kernel is now still
- CAF merged rb1.15 also for prima (wifi)
- alarm timers remerged
- seccomp enabled
- f2fs capable
- latest fairphone kernel merged
What is gone: linux stable merge (kernel reports again 3.4.0), linux common merges.
I think I have to go through all CVEs again to see what is not fixed
This hopefully will reduce device reboots.
Thank you for all the work.
@StevenHachel @struppi please update on tuesday with new image and keep reporting random reboots. Looks like not all problems will be solved (notabily the one that is potentially connected to apple wifi routers).
No reboots for the last six days from last Tuesday til today! I am really pleased, but is it possible with the next update to get Bluetooth back?
@chrmhoffmann For our test images that will probably not come in first, right?
You will not need to flash test image anymore. With the next update from lineage you should have the same as in test image (with working Bluetooth).
Does it make sense to continue to crash my phone under the Apple router?
Do not turn the WLAN on at work anymore …
@chrmhoffmann if so, should I restore the last bootimage of you?
I’ll make you a new one based on the official kernel later this week. For now, please use the official one. If you don’t mind please report the last kmsg a few times.
I’ve updated to the latest nightly - not had a single reboot since.
While in the car I had bluetooth activated and used my FP2 as a media player - previously a reboot would happen after maybe 10+ mins of playback, but didn’t happen at all.
Phone also charged above 90% without restarting too.
So it seems more stable.
Did you charge your phone in the car while Bluetooth was enabled and paired?
Charged while on bluetooth and paired
@chrmhoffmann do these changes you made also have to be backported to the official FPOS or are they specific to LOS?
So far it is running very stable. great job.
Very nice, indeed!
By the way, does the Apple router at work “like” your Fairphone by now?
@StevenHachel please report new crashes. We should try to fix those.
I have a random reboot every 5 to 7 days.
Do you actually distinguish between different reboot types?
When I want to restart the FP2, I can choose ‘Restart’ and ‘Soft Restart’.
The ‘Restart’ will power down and when booting first show me the Fairphone logo and then the Lineage animation. A ‘Soft Restart’ will only show me the Lineage animation.
My random reboots are like ‘Soft Restarts’.
i’m waiting for a new boot image, or does it matter?
No, let’s try with the official one first.
@Douwe can you provide logcat when this happens? This means that it’s not the kernel that panics but some Java process or other userspace thing crashes.
i had a new apple router attack.
…sd card is also in the phone.