@pglushkov You can download an arm 64 version of dekko 2 in the QA and testing telegram group
Found it, thank you!
@Lakotaubp Mateo Salta posted on UBPORTS telegram group the click, last night at 8:46, I think you can install via Terminal.
Hi! Sorry, cannot find it in the dialog. Do you mean a regular UBPorts Telegram channel or some other specific one?
I had to allow it in the terminal
pkcon install-local --allow-untrusted openstore.openstore-team_0.103_armhf.click
Not convinced that will still work or is the correct version.
Yes, thank you! I've tried that with the 'allow-untrusted' option and it did not work, ARM64 is still ARM64. But @bsdfreak mentioned some 'allow-unauthorized', so I was wondering if mb that is something different.
Following advice from @banderson5586:
Now all seem to work finally!
Important step was to format and fix the 'system' partition, before I did that, only fixing 'cache' and 'data' partition did not help - installation always stalled somewhere in the middle of 'sending' phase, when Ubuntu OS is supposed to be flashed on the device. After doing manipulations with 'system' partition, finally all finished successfully.
Thank you everybody for your comments and shared experience! And special thanks to UBPorts developers who make it all possible in the first place!
Could all of you with flashing problems please do the following...
You will need a computer with the
- Boot to bootloader
- Run the command
fastboot format:ext4 cache && fastboot format:ext4 data
- Attempt installation again
It appears the problem is ADB trying to read a file from the data partition, failing, and simply blocking all connections.
Please note this will DELETE all data on the device.
Tried to follow your instruction from above, two issues:
D:\Tools\platform-tools>fastboot format:ext4 data Warning: data type is , but ext4 was requested for formatting. fastboot: error: Couldn't parse partition size '0x'.
After that, installation procedure does not seem to progress, again stuck at same point. Mb something should be done with this 'data' vs 'userdata' situation?
Today tried again, but this time running UBPorts Installer on Ubuntu 18.04, deb-version. Still have same result. UBPorts stdout says:
peter@peter-pg-lt-gps:~$ sudo ubports-installer Gtk-Message: 16:10:56.149: Failed to load module "canberra-gtk-module" info: Welcome to the UBports Installer version 0.4.5-beta! Pug interceptor registered successfully info: Downloaded file 1 of 1 checked: keyring-4c4e7ef380ebcfa2c31084efa199138e93bfed8fc58aa3eb06bdf75a78af9b57.tar.xz true checked: version-5.tar.xz true checked: device-b4422d1593b76acedd819149ddb24b505a9cc345c6d73cf8094996a926b44ca1.tar.xz false checked: ubports-ab82f71538d423d2ede781431e719918bb0c3450f148c230407f58083c9b7e77.tar.xz true checked: device-b4422d1593b76acedd819149ddb24b505a9cc345c6d73cf8094996a926b44ca1.tar.xz true info: Good bye!
UI of installer still says 'Sending ...' endlessly, device stays at this 'reboot system now'/'ubuntu actions'/'android actions' menu. No reboots could help, nor to 'recovery', nor to 'fastboot'.
Any advice? Thanks!