- Android Security Updates from Google bulletin 1-FEB-2016 (http://source.android.com/security/bulletin/2016-02-01.html)
- Kernel CVE CVE-2015-8785
HOWTO links updated.
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Android Security Updates from Google bulletin 1-FEB-2016
Kernel CVE CVE-2015-8785
2 posts were merged into an existing topic: Escalating root privileges: critical MediaTek vulnerability
So… explanation for dummies… what should I do? if anything?
Just as usual. Download the latest version of the rom and the latest version of OpenGApps and flash both of them (first the rom, then GApps) from recovery (install zip or sideloading). I always clear the cache. Reboot. Done. (+optional: I have to reinstall Xposed and activate AdAway).
So, now I installed it too on my FP1
Perfect, thank you!!!
What I did (I have an mac):
Put in Termianl:
/usr/bin/ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)”
Put in Termianl:
brew install android-platform-tools
Enable USB-Debugging on the Phone.
Connect Phone to mac. (You have to choose USB-Storage, not charge only)
Copy recovery.img, fp1-kk444-CH-XXX.zip and open_gapps-arm-4.4-XXX.zip (downloaded from: http://forum.xda-developers.com/fairphone/orig-development/rom-fairphone-fp1-kitkat-4-4-2-t3243623) to the sdcard
Put in Termianl:
dd if=/storage/sdcard1/recovery.img of=/dev/recovery
adb reboot recovery
Then I installed in the recovery from sdcard the fp1-kk444-CH-XXX.zip
Then I did a factory reset
Boot to recovery (Hold louder and power)
Then I installed in the recovery from sdcard the open_gapps-arm-4.4-XXX.zip
Install Xposed from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=64063168&postcount=62
Thank you again!
Will I lose my data?
Yes, because I did a factory reset.
Do not now if this is needed…
But with a Backup this was no problem for me…
In this case you will not lose any data.
I’ve just managed to install @chrmhoffmann’s Kitkat.
Calling works, everything else too so far. I’ll be restoring apps one by one from my Titanium Backup (Davdroid sync works flawlessly).
I’ll report back, if I run into obstacles!
Edit Day 1:
Yes, GravityBox has an option to hide the network type. Furthermore you can try the Xposed module Xstana. It allows you to change the style of the status bar icons.
I’m also a blau.de customer (E-Plus) and installed your great ROM at version 0.9.4.
Unfortunately your fix do not work for me. It jumps everytime back to the roaming mode. At the APN settings the username and password was “eplus” instead of “blau”. I changed it but with no positive result … so GravityBox is my temporary fix.
Do you know if CM supports blau.de - with whatever phone?
Yeah CM supports definitely blau.de because I installed last week a CM ROM on a HTC Sensation XL with a blau.de SIM in it. Blau.de using since last year not only the E-Plus but also the O² network (because of the fusion to Telefónica). So the problem is that everytime my phone wants to connect to the O² network (262 07/08/11) it goes into the roaming mode. A solution is maybe to edit the spn-conf.xml and add the new IMSIs (262 03/05/07/08/11/77 --> source).
Are you using the first or second sim card?
I noticed that sometimes the 2nd one shows R (and after reboot it works
from time to time).
I don’t know what happened… I didn’t change anything and my phone started slowing down again and can’t connect to my wifi at home… these are symptoms that were corrected with the new ROM. I don’t get it…
I don’t really understand this bug report right now. Can you give us some details? What version of the Rom are you using? Do you see messages if you run adb logcat? What is using the phone’s resources during the “slow down”?
I don’t know if it’s considered a bug report… I had the exact same problems with the official ROM…
Sounds pretty important to me. Something is eating up all your cpu cycles and is killing your wifi? Sounds like a problem to me. But it could be anything, so that’s why I’m asking for a bit more info (logcat, top, etc.).
I just installed the latest version and checking everything again… I’ll let you know how that goes…