I think it’s only possible if you’re rooted, or use a charging adapter with low amperege,e.g 500mA
yeah, do this already, but my new powerbank just like to rapidcharge my fp3 ^^v
It should be possible with root adb, that is accessible on LineageOS, but I have not tryed, since I don’t need it and haven’t verified the solution.
You have to force “echo 0 > /sys/kernel/fast_charge/force_fast_charge”
You’re right. With adb root in developer options, and adb root/adb shell on an attached computer this should work. Until the next reboot
I used ACC in the past, it gives you full control over when to charge (time, battery-percentage, temperature) and how to charge (current). You can also enable idle-mode which cuts of the battery while the charger is plugged. I left my charger plugged almost 24/7 for a whole year and my battery is still in very good condition today (it is 2 1/2 years old now.)
Yes, ACC and his front-end acca is a good idea, but need full root, not only adb root…
I have searched online and it seems that lineageos have added a tool called charging control.
On my build of LineageOS for microg is not yet implemented.
@TeamB58 @dk1978 would be added this feature in the future?
Will be better then acc, since seems to me that don’t need root.
Does anybody here use Signal? I have the issue that there is huge feedback, when using the speaker for a Video call. This does not happen on a FP4 with stock Android. Only with my Fp3 and lineage. This issue has been an issue for a while, but I forgot to ask here about it.
Never tried it in speaker… I’ll try to set up a test
FP3+ with a fairly up to date LOS 20, and Play Services installed. No issues in Signal calls so far, although I don’t use them often.
Can anyone confirm that all HW is supported and working with LOS 20? I mean all sensors, camera, fingerprint etc.
@Phlogi I would confirm that all the sensors that I use(so more than you have mentioned) are working correctly. I don’t know if the camera have the best configuration, but is working.
Thanks I did the install anyway in the meantime and it looks pretty solid. Overall performance could be better, but I guess that’s just the hardware…
Hi guys. My phone has a tendency to have a popup that says that app X doesn’t answer, with a choice to close the app, or wait.
What’s weird is that it pops up even when the app is working, and if I choose to wait, the popup comes back quickly,
A bit annoying when the app is a camera app and I’m trying to take pictures, and the popup gets in the way.
Am I the only one? How to fix this?
I remember this topic came up before. When I had that happen to me, I just force-closed the app and opened it again and it went away for the time being. However this bug is gone for a looong time for me. Is it happening to all apps or just some specific ones? Did you try to reinstall affected apps?
I could imagine a full system reset might wipe out these early bugs but that’s just an uneducated guess.
It’s still happening for me, any app that might have these processing time requirements, e.g. large navigation apps, or battery history from settings. For the moment, I’m just accepting it…
Yes, same here. Doesn’t seem to apply to “light” apps.
@TeamB58: I saw you updated the blobs from FP3-REL-6.A.020.0-gms-88126537-user - thank you so much. The FP3(+) OS Release Notes announce that WPA3 encryption has been enabled for Wi-Fi connections. It would be great if you could forward this progress also to LOS20!?
I really hope it’s something device source specific. I shall take a look. For record, could you create a bug/issue and assign to me?
Would make it easier to track.
Thank you for your engagement. I created the issue "Enable WPA3 encryption for Wi-Fi connections (#6317) " but I have no clue how to assign it to you - please advise.