Sony Xperia X (suzu/F5121)
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@doniks In fact, I was not looking at this from a technical point of vue but from a "logical" one.
Given it's an early pre-release without polishing for the install step, I did'nt expect that OTA would be enable.
My phone was actually able to startup today after being shut off over night.
I then checked the updates again and Ubuntu touch Version 26 was listed as available again.
I tried to install and got a glowing circle like I did when I initially installed it and then it booted up to show the update is still available.
I leave that update for now while I check the system out.
@sonny OTAs should work, they do with most Xperia X devices but I've gotten reports of failing OTAs on some devices where the Circle Of Flash(tm) doesn't even show up. So if your device runs through the install process with the circle it should be lucky.
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The Sony Xperia X is now in the installer https://github.com/ubports/ubports-installer
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Great ! Super! Here is a Sony Xperia X working ...
I was able to update to Ubuntu Touch Version 33 today without problems.
can i install it on a Sony xperia x compact ?
@sahirul No, as that one is neither Suzu nor F5121.
Is there a way to make sure the Xperia X we will get is the correct version?
Perhaps in the about page on Android we can see the model?
Yes, you can see it.
@fredldotme oke thank
@fredldotme Sir i have xperia x f5122, can i install on it?
No, F5122 is not F5121
Nice!!! Does this support anbox? I'm still deciding to get a oneplus 3 or xperia x to help testing. Any suggestion?
@extraymond It should as all the necessary kernel changes are in, but the installation will fail for now. I'll ask if it's possible to whitelist the Xperia X to gain Anbox support.
@fredldotme Thx! Looking forward to use this as my n5 replacement.
Thanks for this port !! Having a great time using Ubuntu touch for the first time !
Using the last release in the development branch I am not able to pair with any device using bluetooth. (I have tried to connect to a bluetooth headset and a speaker). Trying using the terminal with bluetoothctl doesn't work neither. Is it something specific to this branch or I have missed something.
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Hi Guys, there is an error connecting the Xperia X via USB cable under KDE Desktop.
I fixed the bug by adjusting the following file:
ACTION! = "Add", GOTO = "libmtp_rules_end"
must be changed to:
ACTION! = "Bind", ACTION! = "Add", GOTO = "libmtp_rules_end"
It is important for the time being that the developer mode is deactivated on the Xperia X and in the UTtweaktool in the ADB settings RNDIS is activated.
Thus, in the file manager via USB to the phone memory can be accessed.
This works for me.
I also encountered
Cache formatting was not succesful, flashing may fail, check your partitions on deviceFailed to enter Recovery
with the old instructions. With the new instructions with the installer, the installer is stuck at Flashing firmware forever.
I am not sure if I followed the instructions correctly.
Even though the output looks correct, the OS looks the same after booting, not like AOSP:
[root@localhost platform-tools]# ./fastboot flash oem ./SW_binaries_for_Xperia_AOSP_N_MR1_5.7_r1_v08_loire.img Sending 'oem' (220783 KB) OKAY [ 6.926s] Writing 'oem' OKAY [ 3.553s] Finished. Total time: 10.536s
It says Make sure to upgrade your device to the latest stock Android 8.0 before continuing. The Xperia X does not support Android 8, does it? Does it matter which service I choose in the Emma flash tool?
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@hxa5e Xperia X support Android 8