Thanks for the update - I noticed the last couple times of either updating on the Dev channel or rebooting the phone, that it wasnt getting stuck at that screen anymore.
Knowing that MMS is a touchy subject, wanted to reach out to the community to see if anyone has any previously experienced or tips and tricks to get this working -
Previously I had MMS working on the OnePlus One but since then I have upgraded to the Oneplus 6. Loving it so far, as the performance is greatly improved, and with Waydroid working, i have been impressed.
Mint mobile is automatically detected and selected from within the APN settings. I have tried to set up two separate APN's, one for Internet and one for MMS. Both of them take the information but trying to send myself an image fails. I have tried to either update the existing APN's to have both internet and MMS included but it never updates / changes.
I have tried all 3 update channels (Stable, RC and dev) to no luck.
Suggested Mint Mobile APN Settings
Name – Mint
APN – Wholesale
Proxy – (leave blank)
Port – (leave blank)
Username & Password – (leave blank)
Server – (leave blank)
MMSC – http://wholesale.mmsmvno.com/mms/wapenc
MMS Proxy – (leave blank)
MMS Port – 8080
MCC – 310
MNC – 260
Authentication Type – (leave blank)
APN Type – default,supl,mms,ia
APN Protocol – IPv4/IPv6
APN Roaming Protocol – IPv4
Has anyone had any success with this on the OnePlus 6?
Thanks in advance.
Im had a similar experience as well. Coming from a OnePlus One to a Oneplus Six that I received yesterday. T-Mobile Version. Messed around with it for most of the day, I was able to learn how to take it from the Tmobile version to the "International" version stock Android 9.0.11 version. From there I was able to push Ubuntu Touch on it this morning.
Switched over to dev channel (sad there is no Helium dev channel? ) and Updated to Version 511 under Dev channel. Rebooted and got stuck on the unlocked bootloader message screen. Rebooted couple times and same message - no boot into Ubuntu Touch
Just rebooted into Recovery, and the 3 spinning Ubuntu circles come up (believe it was installing the update), phone automatically rebooted, unlock bootloader message came up and then booted fine into Ubuntu Touch.
Checked and verified that Update 511 was installed.
Hope it helps someone
Recently I purchased an used Oneplus One phone and installed Ubuntu Touch on it and over the last couple months I have been really enjoying the experience that I have had with both the phone and Ubuntu Touch.
Continuing on, I have noticed that the OnePlus 6 is more or less well supported by Ubuntu Touch and was wondering if upgrading from the OnePlus One to the Six is worth it. Has anyone done this in the past? Is the performance gain there to justify ~$150 USD? Not sure, but is the OnePlus 6 capable of Waydroid?
Thanks in advance
Interesting. Thanks for the information. I'm currently on the development channel. Is there any other benefits (other than halium 5 > halium 7) that I would gain if I switched over to Halium-development channel for updates?
Phone : OnePlus One
I have recetly installed Anbox on my phone while waiting for Waydroid to mature more. Hopefully its easy to switch over when it comes times.
In doing so, one thing i have noticed is what OP os talking about. Usually what i have to do is run
Reboot the phone and then try
and that should show your device with it being online