Maybe going this way...
Looking good! It would be nice to have both options, analog/digital and we can have the right to choose what we want
Keep up the good work!
Try with another usb cable, also connect it to an USB 2.0 port.. patience and don't worry, your device is not bricked..
When using the installer select your device manually etc..
@Lakotaubp Well yes it happen, but it shouldn't happen because of what we call in aviation "situational awareness". If you are inside a controlled airspace and there are other pilots in the same airspace you and the ATC should speak in English to put everyone on the same page BUT even here in Czequia pilots often speaks in Czech instead. But well..
French is an ICAO language, such as Spanish, Arabic, Russian, and chinese. In Canada this is a PIA because they often speak French Quebec . Communication in aviation is gold.
This a bit OT yes
I've noticed, like all of you by now, that some users don't know or don't want to speak in english. I was thinking, at least for the new users who don't speak english, to put on our forum profile which language do we speak (if you want to disclose that). Maybe this will help the non-english speakers to seek help from a specific language speaker to guide them through (all done in private message).
And, to wash the bitterness of yesterdays conversation, here's a little real funny dialog:
A Pan Am 727 flight, waiting for start clearance in Munich, overheard the following: Lufthansa (in German): "Ground, what is our start clearance time?" Ground (in English): "If you want an answer you must speak in English." Lufthansa (in English): "I am a German, flying a German airplane, in Germany. Why must I speak English?" Unknown voice from another plane (in a beautiful British accent): "Because you lost the bloody war!" Take it easy out there!
Also German is not an ICAO language so you are not allowed to use it inside controlled airspace so.. :P.
OK, proper daft! after 2 weeks of looking, and just minutes after posting on the forum, I found it at the bottom of the clock app!
Logically I had expected alarms to be found with the three icons at the top for stopwatch and countdown timer. I guess there must be a reason for it to be in a different place to the other clock functions.
Yes. You are right. At first when you open the clock app you see in the bottom that says "Alarm". But after 3 seconds it dissapears! Anyway. Glad you found it. It would be nice if you enter the word "alarm" in the search bar of the app drawer and then you are redirected to the alarm page instead to open the clock app. The same for the rest of the system pages. As a shortcut. Right now that search bar is a bit useless
I'm not really sure if I installed it successfully because the micro-USB port of my Nexus 5 is really bad
I already have UT on it before installing this, is it expected that the user data is retained?
So far, in my observation, it feels slower than the usual especially in the app spread which is a bit sluggish. It's working though so it's already a great progress. Keep it up Good luck!
I thought the install didn't take at first, my user data was kept too, but then noticed the offline battery animation has changed for the better!. Hope video acceleration will fix the sluggish UI and video experience.
You are right. The lack of GPU acceleration is the biggest issue from my point of view. I really hope the debs will manage to get it working
@miao The backup TA partition was also an issue for me because since it was in the step 5? I left that after I started updating my brand new Xperia X so I was unable after to go back and downgrade to android 4.4 just to backup my DRM keys. @fredldotme I think it would be helpful for others if we add an issue to the documentation about step 5 and make it more clear since the begining.
I finally received my Xperia X 5122 today and I did the mistake in upgrading it to nougat without saving the DRM keys before.. anyway, I would like to know if not having the DRM keys saved will impact the camera quality in UBports. AFAIK it shouldn't affect at all but who knows, maybe in the future! I've been reading that on SFOS forums and I think until today SFOS doesn't make any use of those DRM features so I think nothing will happen for me. But worth asking anyways
It would be nice to have a setting for "quiet time" when you set the phone between 8pm to 7am to disregard notifications etc. but alarms and stuff like that still works