Xenial rc fails to boot on Meizu MX4
@advocatux That little Spanish enclave of Texas and New Mexico?
Yes, I was thinking about something like that, but now my phone is under an El Alamo situation. I'm reinstalling UT with wipe option to see if I can reproduce the issue
@advocatux Mine is en_GB.UTF-8
@lakotaubp okay, thank you!
@advocatux My nexus with the above was a none wipe. Will check the mx4 later thats been well wiped
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@lakotaubp to see the current state of the art, I'm using Ubuntu 18.04 and the latest snap installer this time. So far I've got 2 errors, something about a problem with eaccess that I ignored, and another one when the installation stopped due to some "download error, checksum did not match on file".
I've deleted the cache, and I'm trying again
Edit: it worked flawlessly the second time
Just to keep you updated, I filed this bug report https://github.com/ubports/ubuntu-touch/issues/751
In short, when checking out
localeon the device it gives you the right answer but if you use
adb shellthe answer is always
en_US.UTF-8because that's what is set in stone on
Works ok for me, using a bespoke Ubuntu (not-Android) model of the MX4.
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@Lakotaubp just to keep you posted.
Last night's update seems to have fixed the boot failure problem. Now only 1 of 10 boot attempts fails. The next attempt then is ok again .
Back to normal.
@thepossessor Thanks for letting me know, and a big welcome back to the Luxembourg timezone