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Porting LineageOS to FP2

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#82

New release available here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=889764386195904774

Changelog:

  • Removed “double tap”
  • Selection of LTE/4G in network settings fixed
  • SIM contacts import should work now (export is not supported currently in Lineage)
  • SIM card requested PIN code after flight mode fixed.

Using LineageOS on the FP2
#83

Wow, this is really amazing! Thanks @chrmhoffmann! :blush:
I tried it several times and it seems that Dual-SIM is now working reliably in combination with the flight mode. For me this Lineage Port is now near to perfect, I didn’t find major bugs, and an other cool thing: Random reboots are completely gone. I had ~ 2 reboot per week before. :wink:


#84

@roboe: @snevas and I decided to keep the repos for now because we feared that something would be lost if we delete it. If you say that no important work is gone forever if we delete it, you can remove the repos.

@chrmhoffmann Is there any chance that the whole community (you and everyone else) can work on one codebase together (rather than having to pull all commits you make into the WeAreFairphone repos)? We have a working build server set up (by @snevas) at the WeAreFairphone GH organization, which is triggered at every commit. No need to upload to AndroidFileHost then.


#85

Just for info. The buildserver triggers from hooks when there are changes in the “WeAreFairphone/android_device_fairphone_FP2”-repo and has the following manifest:

<manifest>
    <remote fetch="https://github.com/" name="github2" />
    <project name="WeAreFairphone/android_device_fairphone_FP2" path="device/fairphone/FP2" remote="github2" revision="cm-14.1" />
    <project name="WeAreFairphone/android_kernel_fairphone_msm8974" path="kernel/fairphone/msm8974" remote="github2" revision="cm-14.1" />
    <project name="WeAreFairphone/proprietary_vendor_fairphone" path="vendor/fairphone/FP2" remote="github2" revision="cm-14.1" />
    <project name="lineageos/android_device_qcom_common" path="device/qcom/common" remote="github2" revision="cm-14.1" />
</manifest>

#86

Dear everybody,
first I want to say thank you and especially @chrmhoffmann for working hard on making FP2 and LineageOS compatible!
I am considering to get a fairphone atm and essentially for me the decision depends on a free OS working.

But there is one thing that is quite important to me: encryption. Are you currently considering to work on it? (Do you have any idea on what the problem is?) Or is it rather low priority so it probably won’t be fixed soon?


#87

Until LineageOS supports encryption and depending on your definition of a “free OS” you could probably check out Fairphone Open OS.
It’s the Open Source sibling of the “normal” Fairphone OS, does not have Google services initially (if you want, you could install Open GApps or microG), and supports encryption.


#88

Hi @jooe,

there is already a free OS working: FP Open OS which is same as FP OS without Google and with Root (currently still based on Android 5.1 but Android 6 variant is coming very soon).


#89

It would be nice as feature to have an option to disable it, though it should be turned on for charging even if it was only to see that your battery is full and you should remove it from the charger to avoid waste of electricity (of course do not forget to remove the charger from the electricity socket after charging :wink: )


#90

It is configurable with lineageos, at least “notifications settings” have a setting call “akku-LED” (in German).


#91

I know, but unfortunately it doesn’t work, at least not for me :wink:


#92

It’s high priority to get encryption working but it’s lower priority than other stuff I currently have to do in life. If someone knows how to fix it, my sources are on GitHub.

Chris


#93

Is it maybe a idea to call this version 1.0 and work from there?

Why not call it 14.1.0 or something, cause … dunno Its from 14.1 and so on (-:

Awesome work everyone. Stock Android (although much better than most OEM ROMs) feels kinda unfinished and missing many features, if you come from CyanogenMod. Will try it on the weekend.


#94

I currently move house, so I won’t be able to work on this for a few weeks.

Chris


#95

New release available here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=673368273298963946

Changelog:

  • Kernel update to FPOS 17.04.0
  • Kernel hiding SU - thx to z3ntu
  • Lineage upgrade to latest source and June AOSP sec bulletin
  • Tethering should be fixed

LineageOS 14.1 with OTA updates for FP2
#96

BTW: regarding security bulletin / kernel updates. The prima wifi driver updates are still missing. And also I guess that latest sec bulletin updates for kernel are not there. I also have not gone through the full list of CVEs to see if something is missing…

So watch out chaps: dont use this fairphone rom for your top secret work missions. AND I also have NOT tested emergency calls.


#97

Tethering works! Good job @chrmhoffmann !


#98

I can also confirm, no charging LED and no UPnP.
And there’s the wrong MAC, but that is already known.
The system runs pretty good.

@chrmhoffmann
Do you plan to add the patches for UnifiedNLP?


#99

I have updated the modem firmware to 17.06.4 release from Fairphoen Open. I have not added any output to the script this time, so don’t worry if it says something like “script result was [t]”.

See first post for download links.

SHA256: cd4aadcec695e7971d04a4cb47c454ad345b4d179952fde589cc21367d2739a5


#100

Does it look as if I would plan anything?

Chris


#101

I don’t know. CM supported it in the past. Lineage doesn’t. The patches are there, but they did not apply them. Can’t you apply them, or has this to be done in the Lineage maintree?