Question about "Building and Booting"...
I don't understand the difference between "Full system image method", the "Halium-boot method", or the "Standalone kernel method".
I've read each one a couple of times, but I cannot really understand why one would be chosen over another.
It seems to be that if I could find my devices in the LineageOS list, then I would choose the Full system image method, but since they are not there, I should choose the Standalone kernel method. This is my current understanding.
- Samsung Galaxy A01
- Nokia 2 V Tella
- Motorola Moto e6
For the record, I do believe that my plan is to use Halium 9.0 for all three of my phone port attempts.
Does anyone have any general rule of thumb when choosing one of these three methods?
I bet I'll find clues deeper in the Halium guide.
Porting a device so that it's 100% usable under UT is a long road, so maybe you should first choose one of those 3 device and focus on it to port.
I believe you. I don't think I'll be working on all 3 concurrently, but I am currently gathering data for all 3.
There will likely be a point where I break off and focus on one specifically.