@oli-sax FP2 does not have a vendor partition, but also that detail is irrelevant. Yes sure its technically possible, but I am afraid it will be quite slow.
Also the RAM limitations will come into play, as Waydroid runs a full Lineage it needs more RAM than the old Anbox idea where only a minimal layer was running. You basically come closer to the notion of running a full Android AND UT at the same time. I would say it will be smooth with 4GB. But we dont know yet, lets be surprised
But yes, theoretically FP2 with Halium 9 can do it
Hello, I have solved because the connection problems did not come from the smartphone but from the operator.
A website that monitors the performance of operators on the internet confirmed what I said.
@alexander_schoch The only way to check if it's hardware-related is to revert back to android to see if the issue persists. If not, it should be reported as an issue on github. As for myself, I'm a bit tired of switching OS back and again, but I guess that's the only way ><
@fish activate localisation, open the terminal, type test_gps and wait. Make sure the phone doesn't sleep, is close to an open window, that terminal is set to not interrupt with UT tweak tool, and is on the foreground. You should start seeing a bunch of gps coordinates within 40 minutes. If not, you indeed have an issue.
@emphrath Yeah this happens from time to time and has been happening for a long time. It's not too often though. In my observation, sometimes it's isolated in an app which can be fixed by restarting the app or sometimes by focusing a text field outside the app and going back again to the app. Sometimes it's an actual crash of the keyboard which restarts by trying to focus a text field like the search field in the app drawer.