That’s because I couldn’t update. I am stuck with my F2P and FP support didn’t/couldn’t help until now.
Why should FP support help you with updating LineageOS?
can we help? Have you tried downloading the update file and installing it yourself in TWRP?
Where does he say the problem is LineageOS?
Could be hardware trouble …
@Heiner quoted my post in the “LineageOS download challenge” topic. Where does he say that the problem isn’t LineageOS?
Seriously, I’m moving the posts above to a place that fits better.
Edit: @AnotherElk Can I “put you in charge” of this topic? If a new topic is not appropriate, please move the posts to an existing topic.
Fair point, I somehow linked the necessity of sending a video to support to the current problem and to more likely hardware than software, but in both cases that’s just guessing on my part, you could be right as well .
@Heiner What’s the problem? Don’t leave us hanging here …
No, it doesn’t have to do with Lineage, I suppose. Probably it is a hardware issue. I have send a video link to the FP support, but they even didn’t confirm, that they have received the link. I put it here, so that everybody can have a look to the problem:
I am not experienced with dropbox, therefor I even don’t know, whether my link does work.
The problem with my FP2 is, that the screen is moving and jumping around and changing the scale, that I hardly can put in any input at it.
At the other side I can boot into TWRP and there it works as usual.
My next plan is to delete the system and install it anew from scratch. At this I also delete all my personal data from the phone to prepare sending it in for repair.
I will report, whether I am successful with that.
I changed the topic title to reflect the actual problem, as you still could update LineageOS via TWRP with your screen working in TWRP.
I do that all the time.
I watched the video now, and it seems to me like crazy touch input …
Thank you @AnotherElk! Now I know the link does work!
My battery seems to be o.k., I also cleaned the contacts and calibrated the proximity sensor.
Meanwhile I also have difficulties to act within TWRP. So I suppose, it is a hardware defect, probably it has to do with the screen module. Unfortunately I don’t have another screen to test this. I’ll call the support tomorrow again (4th time relating to this issue).
Update: Today, six days after sending the video I called the support. They didn’t have a look at it, but did it now, confirmed a screen issue and promised me to get a new one within two weeks.
Maybe a topic to discuss on a meeting of Fairphone Angels Hamburg: 🇩🇪 Treffen in Hamburg für alle Fairphoner, or maybe in a private meeting to have more time to see this.
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