I’ve tryed using Fastboot on linux, and also on Windows 7. My device is not detected:weary:
I’ve tryed also installing dyrectly from sd card… Both the manual switcher and the ota image… It does not work. Tryed also updating TWRP to 3.2.
I have no idea what else to do. Please, some help? The support team requires me to go back to fairphone os because of the rebootings issue.
Since Android 7, Fairphone no longer provide OTA images for Fairphone OS which you could install with TWRP.
(And it was a real hassle before anyway compared to Fairphone Open OS. The manual installation worked much better for Fairphone OS.)
If the reboots would be gone in Fairphone OS, it would hint towards software.
If the reboots would be the same or similar in Fairphone OS, it would hint towards hardware.
No definite proof either way, but a strong hint.
That they support Fairphone Open OS does not mean they couldn’t use Fairphone OS to troubleshoot it.
I agree with both of you. If Open OS is an official OS it may be supported by the Fairphone team. I will write back them.
But if they want me to give a chance to Fairphone OS to troubleshoot i can do this… if easy!!
Some other idea on how to make the manual switcher or the installer work?
Well, the support team can’t help me more. Next step i to send back the phone to repair. But I’d like to try fairphone os before, just to be sure that random reboots are still there or not. Do you think that is this possible?
This also recently happened to me. After disconnecting usb, switching usb debugging and root off and then reconnecting usb, i could switch the mode and then enable root and usb debugging again. (and as mentioned above: make sure you have a data cable (u said you would, but better double-check ;))