[Porting] Call for Testers
I did half of the device checks, I'll do the rest later.
Actors: Manual brightness
Bluetooth: Driver loaded at startup
Bluetooth: Enable/disable and flightmode works
Bluetooth: Persistent MAC address between reboots
Bluetooth: Pairing with headset works, volume control ok
Camera: Switch between back and front camera
Cellular: Carrier info, signal strength
Cellular: Data connection
Cellular: PIN unlock
Endurance: Battery lifetime > 24h from 100%
GPU: Boot into UI
Misc: Shutdown / Reboot
Misc: Battery percentage
WiFi: Driver loaded at startup
WiFi: Persistent MAC address between reboots
WiFi: Enable/disable and flightmode works
Sensors: Automatic brightness
Sound: Loudspeaker volume control
Sound: Earphones detected, volume control
Actors: Notification LED
Misc: Date and time are correct after reboot (go to flight mode before)
Misc: Online charging (Green charging symbol, percentage increase in stats etc) #No green charging symbol
Misc: Offline charging (Power down, connect USB cable, device should not boot to UT) #Boots into Oneplus logo
@ianus can I also use Helium-recovery instead of twrp ?
thx for reply
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I don't know. But
fastboot boot twrp-xy.img
will not overwrite your boot or recovery partition on the phone. The phone will boot directly from the image file.
@michi2302 No, sorry, the Halium recovery does currently not mount all the partitions correctly, and it wont give a warning, so if you try to push files with adb they are just pushed into tmpfs mounts. You can use it if you manually mount data in recovery. But for the moment I recommend TWRP, our recovery will only be needed when we have OTA updates in place
@ianus thx for reply
my /data is empty ?
michi@Core5M:~/Downloads$ adb shell
root@OnePlus5:/ # ls /data
now I have tested ./halium-install-standalone.sh -p ut -s ubuntu-touch-android9-arm64.tar.gz system.img
and after success I had:
root@OnePlus5:/ # cd data
root@OnePlus5:/data # ls
and then I reboot phone
check again and /data is emty ??
so now the phone boots up !!
the problem was the recovery.img I downloaded from http://twoot.bin.org.in/nextcloud/index.php/s/2Zk2Lz8cZCdqArT
now I installed trwp an all went fine...
thx for help - have a nice day
I'd like to learn more about UT dialing software. Could someone point me towards right direction, where I should start studying and looking into in all that stuff, in order to learn to help with the development. I tested and saw that the phone dials and rings, but after accepting a call, there is no voice been sent or received. Also couldn't end the call and even if the other person ends it, it will still look like the call is on with the OT phone. (I rebooted the phone to get the call off). Also sometimes it seemed like there was 2calls on at the same time with the same person. So, what kind of a problem we are dealing with here?
@shadowbird2468 The problems are that calling in general has issues in Halium 9. Currently it makes no sense I believe you look into this things, there are other people already on it. There are 3 or 4 services involved in calling, plus the Android container also ^^
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Install went smoothly. No issues.
I'm in the USA on Tmobile. It does not see a sim card or even mention the option of mobile network in settings. I have tried both sim slots.
Wifi works great, but the icon doesn't always show up despite connecting and working.
Camera works great, video included. Best I've used so far.
One small bug I have noticed is that I cannot always swipe right from left edge to open the app drawer.. Sometimes it will and other times nothing happens no matter how many times I try.
GPS seems to work just fine for me. So does bluetooth, though I didn't test it very long.
It lets me set my fingerprints and reads them fine, but the option to use it to unlock the screen is greyed out.
Honestly, besides the swipe issue, if I had mobile network and data this thing would daily driveable. Can't wait to see this one as a stable release. Everything is quick and smooth and I really like it. Great job yall!
Installation was fairly easy.
The main issues/things that don't work expect that I've noticed are:
- WiFi issues (networks showed at first but later do not show up at all)
- Mobile Data issues (txt works OK, device has ip from carrier but connection still does not work)
- I am in the US with TMobile
- Unlike @drym4rch0n , my device does recognize the sim in slot one as TMobile
- Looks like it would work with some tweaks (although I'm not sure what those are yet)
- Sound in calls does not work
- Bluetooth Audio does not work (although discovery and pairing seemed to work ok)
- Touch buttons do not do anything currently
- Slider does not do anything
Overall, I am impressed with how much does work!
Where can I find the source and instructions for trying to build myself? I might be interested in trying to hunt down some bugs.
Thanks for trying out!
Yes I can publish build instructions here...
Just some notes:
- Touch buttons are entirely disfunctional in Ubuntu Touch, there is no UX that involves using that buttons, so its no device issue
- Slider button is unique to Oneplus 5 - what does it do in Android if you know?
- Fingerprint reader wakes up the device currently since it emulates "keypresses"
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@antidroid The silent mode works on the OP3 running UT from the slider (jfi) not sure about vibration.
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Amazing work everything works fine even apt I had to remount the file system in rw to get it to work other than that everything was fine except phone nor SMS I did not have the prompt to enter my pin I'm using a french sim card thow so maybe that why it did not work. Are french phone carriers supported by UT?
@p4p1 Yes all carriers are basically supported