Sony Xperia 10 (kirin)
I have a Sony Xperia 10 Plus L4293 model and I have not been able to install Ubuntu Touch on my device. First issue is since I have unlocked the boot loader it appears emma will not present any roms for me to install on the phone.
2nd to that I appear to be having issues flashing 3rd party roms to the phone as well from sites like https://xperiastockrom.com/ and others.
Is there any way to forgo the Android 9 stock install and complete partitioning manually? I thought I read somewhere you need the stock rom in order to setup the proper phone partitions.
@tac It needs android 9 stock ROM or it will not work at all. Maybe try the Sony Emma tool.
Ok,Thanks @hengyedev , but unfortunately the emma tool does not support the l4293 model for the Xperia 10 Plus.
@tac Is there an error? Have you tried some other distributors of stock android 9 ROM?
@hengyedev it just hangs or boot loops and tills me the software on your device is corrupt? I have been able to install lineage 17.1 on the device and sailfish os. Would a version of lineage os that is based on Android 9 work or does it have to be the Stock Android Rom?
@tac It must be stock android 9 rom
Have you fixed the problem with the cellular connection?
@hengyedev Good time of day.
I have a Sony I4113 does not work cellular connection.
How do I fix this?
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@zentrr my cellular works with this modification:
by ssh or directly on your terminal
change your filesystem permission with
sudo mount -o remount,rw /
modify with vi le file /etc/ofono/ril_subscription.conf by
sudo vi /etc/ofono/ril_subscription.conf
[Settings] #EmptyConfig=false #Identity=radio:radio #3GLTEHandover=true #SetRadioCapability=auto SetRadioCapability=off emptyPinQuery=false radioPowerCycle=false confirmRadioPowerOn=false useDataProfiles=true [ril_0] transport=binder:name=slot1 name=slot1 [ril_1] transport=binder:name=slot2 name=slot2
sudo vi /etc/ofono/main.conf
and reboot and phone
@golliath51 main.conf had a bug, in the latest rootfs this change should not be necessary anymore
After having tested twice, when I do above operation my bluetooth indicator disappears and I can't active my bluetooth.
Anyone have any idea of link between these conf files and bluetooth? Or how to reactivate my bluetooth.
I have been playing around with the port on the I3223 and it is working pretty good! A few things I am still trying to get working, like access the phone with adb when booted into ubuntu-touch. It might be related to the other issue I'm looking into, that charging isn't working either. If you plug in the phone while off, it doesn't show a charge screen and instead just reboots. If you plug in the phone while on, it doesn't indicate that it is charging.
Also I found that the mod from golliath51 is also necessary for single sim 10 Plus models to use cellular, just omit the slot2 parts.
@golliath51 To enable bluetooth:
sduo restart bluebinder
@hengyedev it's works, thank you.
Do you have tested the bluetooth with headphone or car bluetooth. Because the sound works but the commands doenst work (next, vol+/-, play or ||)?
And you can add gps works in your port, i use all day. But the gps init is slow. May be the agps data doesnt work.
@golliath51 Commands don't work for me neither. GPS is probably because there is no carrier acceleration in ubuntu touch.
@hengyedev some MMS doesnt work and i can add only by files folder but no picture or camera folder. May be change the permitions?
@hengyedev i have receive an update of UT by OTA. Have you tested? Is it works? How i install this update, in telegram he talk to UT recovery but it doenst work for me.
I seem to be having quite a different experience with the build than is stated at the start of this thread. So rather than making a million different posts, I have instead compiled a similar status list. I hope this can help the developer(s) to improve this port of Ubuntu Touch.
I am running a I3113 model in Britain (if that makes any difference). These results are only from a couple of days of running the OS.
• Actors: Manual brightness
• Camera: Photo
• Camera: Switch between back and front camera
• Endurance: Battery lifetime > 24h from 100%
• GPU: Boot into UI
• Misc: Battery percentage
• Misc: Offline charging
• Misc: Online charging
• Misc: Shutdown / Reboot
• Network: Flight mode
• Network: WiFi
• Sensors: Rotation
• Sensors: Touchscreen
• Sound: Earphones
• Sound: Loudspeaker
• Sound: Microphone
• Sound: Volume control
• Endurance: No reboot needed for 1 week
• GPU: Hardware video decoding
• Misc: Reset to factory defaults
• Misc: RTC time is used after reboot
• Misc: SD card detection and access - only for devices that support it
• Network: Hotspot
• Sensors: GPS
• Actors: Vibration
• Battery charging indicator
• Camera: Video
• Cellular: Carrier info, signal strength
• Cellular: Data connection
• Cellular: Incoming, outgoing calls
• Cellular: MMS in, out
• Cellular: PIN unlock
• Cellular: SMS in, out
• Cellular: Change audio routings
• Cellular: Voice in calls
• Network: Bluetooth
• Sensors: Automatic brightness
• Sensors: Fingerprint reader
• Battery indicator when charging
• USB: MTP access
It can't seem to detect my SIM card (which is working, as I have tested the SIM in other phones). Could anyone help me to get the phone to recognise the SIM card, I'm not actually sure how to get to SIM settings, and only know that it doesn't detect it from the Phone app.
I hope this information helps!
@adlinux try goliath51's config change to get SIM working.