@mihael I was able to get Waydroid working to a certain extent on my 6T using the 16.04 stable build. The on-screen keyboard would not come up any more after I attempted the WayDroid OTA update. I ended up bricking my phone while trying to fix that, so I recovered and installed the 20.04 RC. That seems to have other issues where I cannot install Waydroid via the apt command as it keeps telling me "No space left on drive". I am going to go back to the stable build and try again. In the mean time, I am going to see if I can get into the telegram group.
@developerbayman I am terribly sorry for your loss. Mothers are such unsung heroes. It is great to read about yours. She will never really be gone as long as you remember her.
When you are in a better place, we should pick up the discussion on the point you raised about webapps and embedded webviews.
In my original response to you it was never my intention to call in question your integrity or motives. Rather I wanted to avoid giving the opportunity for our forum users to develop the habit of installing executables linked in the forums.
@madas I've manually created the anbox.conf file and followed the manual procedure as well. I didn't get an error for gbinder. I wiped my phone to try something else so I don't have waydroid now but if u r still stuck let me know.
@picrard I uninstalled and reinstalled many times without success, I think that the problem lies with the Waydroid image itself, so reinstalling just re-added the problem each time. I have no idea if it has been fixed in the meantime.
What I did to fix it, and I have since used this to fix other Waydroid problems. Is simply download an older Waydroid image from here:
You have to download both a system and a vendor image, I assume from the same date. I used one from May 2022. Make sure you have Waydroid installed, and then simply delete the existing images from the folder:
There should be a system.img and a vendor.img in there. Delete those and copy over the system.img and vendor.img you downloaded into that folder. You can use the command line or the File Manager to do that. Then just start Waydroid. All your setings and files in Waydroid should still be there.