Yeah, I’ve been scared to do any messing with base firmware after following most of the relevant threads and seeing people have trouble. My ancient thing Just Works™ right now. It does spontaneously reboot itself, but we’re talking maybe once in multiple weeks.
you can change the user (and group) of the directory the sdcard is mounted to the user nemo:nemo. I have ‘drwx------ 11 nemo nemo 4096 Feb 13 12:32 /media/sdcard/79736ddc-8f01-4648-af7d-a158549fe027’ and it work.
Normally only the user nemo write too this device. The directories Pictures, Playlists, Videos and the backup files have the group privileged. I think this is while root processes write the files and the directories, but they always are able to write to this partition.
Question to all users currently testing Sailfish OS 126.96.36.199 on FP2, have any of you observed the UI freeze after calls issue on this latest version?
I have no UI Freeze and no black screens after incoming calls at all. But this problem was solved, after i calibrated the proximity sensor under Fairphone Open.
At the moment i have very stable and very Fast Sailfish 188.8.131.52 on the FP2 (Thanks again, mal)
Here are my steps again:
Install Fairphone Open 16.12
Calibrate Proximity Sensor
Install Sailfish 184.108.40.206 (alpha3) from TWRP Recovery
Flash old Modem from FP2-gms-1.5.1
Change the repository to sailfish 220.127.116.11
Upgrade to Sailfish 18.104.22.168
I have created 2 Manuals for Installing / Updating to Sailfish 22.214.171.124 on the FP2
In English and in German.
i mal-, thanks for the update!
yes, I still experience these freezes from time to time. but as before, they can be resolved by two-finger, just as.
what is more of a problem: i experience an excessive battery drain. it occurs when the phone is lying on the table or in my pocket, with mobile data switched on (haven’t tried flight mode yet).
my setup is nearly like described by explit, with 16.11 instead of 16.12 as the only deviation.
This is my personal bug-free configuration without battery drain and black screen on incoming calls:
Installed 16.12 complete via fastboot
Started Fairphone Open
Calibrated Proximity Sensor
Boot into TWRP Recovery
Installed SailfishOS on Top of Android via TWRP
Flashed only the Modem Files from FairphoneOS 1.5.1
Are you sure you have the correct firmware installed? (the other partitions included in manual installation zip) Those need to be from the old version (FP2-gms-1.5.1).
yes, i am sure. i have updated from 126.96.36.199, where i had 16.11 as basis with modem files from 1.5.1. before i updated, there was only the usual drain which has drastically grown. but to be absolutely sure: is there any way to check which modem i have?
unfortunately i can’t take 16.12, as i experience crashes/reboots every 30 minutes or so.
I then assume you didn’t reflash the Android base? You need to look in dmesg, journalctl and /usr/libexec/droid-hybris/system/bin/logcat for any repeating errors that could explain the battery drain.
thanks for your help! i have a lot of lines stating that qup_i2c is not connected, each followed by a line saying something about synaptics_dsx_i2c in dmesg.
but maybe i should contact you at irc, when i have more time ?
Well IRC is the best place for debugging.
ok, atm i am not at home and can’t connect with terminal. i’ll come back when i have a real computer at hand.
Try to flash system.img from 17.01 which is out today. It works for me also so far… No Problems yet with SailfishOS 188.8.131.52
Update: 17.02 is out nad working good on the FP2
sorry for not reporting back, I’ve been a little bit ill. nevertheless, updating to 17.01 solved the issue.
I am using SFOS now for a week, amazing work! Flashed from 17.01, used old modem files as proposed in the installation wiki, and updated to SFOS 184.108.40.206. Everything works flawlessly so far except the camera in video mode. When i switch to video mode, the app crashes reproducible as soon as I start recording. Photos mode works. Let me know if you need further information, I am glad to help to debug this.
On Jolla phones, the notification LED is color-coded depending on the notification, e.g. green for missed call, blue for text message and so on. On FP2, the notification LED blinks always white, no matter what the notification is. Can we have the color-coded notification LED on the FP2 too?
I’m thinking about switching to Sailfish OS. But apps like Threema or Telegram are important for me. Does the SFOS version for the FP2 supports android apps? Does it make sense to use titanium backup with SFOS or does a similar app exists?
And how do i flash the modem files from 1.5.3? I cant find anything about it.
Thanks for your answer!
No, the SailfishOS port does not support Android apps for now.
Maybe in the future using sfdroid…
Talking about Threema/Telegram, take a look at https://openrepos.net/content/schorsch/sailsecure & https://openrepos.net/content/dax/sailorgram
Maybe it’s what your need !
Or you can just use the web clients from Threema & Telegram.
You can backup everything directly via TWRP Recovery.
About the modem file, you have to use fastboot to flash it.
fastboot flash modem ./RADIO/NON-HLOS.bin
Thank you very much