I'm about to flash the UBPorts version of UT on my device. I've figured a painless way to sync my contacts and now I'm trying to find easy solution to move my calendar as well. Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance!
Ok, so what I could find so far:
Not a user friendly way, but hey, watcha gonna do If you're an expert in bash/SQL - I bet you can write a script to export all the SMS's less painfully. MB some code in Python could do as well - I bet there are some bindings to SQLite in it. This is for the 'export' part.
'Import' would be much more trickier I guess, cause you probably will have to account for inner structure of this database - who knows which data is binded to which or where it is referred (tables, triggers, procedures). Some experimentation is necessary to find out for sure.
Hope this will help somebody except me
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!
After disable/enable wifi I can't find any network. Air-plain mode on/off doesn't fix it. I have to reboot my 3T. Anyone else with the same issue?
Hi! I consistently get similar error every time I update the system. First time it starts after the update WiFi never works, no matter what you do. Toggling airplane-mode does not help either. Then with a second restart - all works fine with no actions needed.
@dieharddan , @ComLarsic I'm sorry, but I just cannot back your words here. Thorough testing of my OP3T shows that in its current state calls work about 5-6 times out of 10 on average. I'm still waiting for reply from @ernest to know whether there is just issue with my audio-config or if that could be something else. In either case - fresh install of the latest available UT version did not fix the issue with phone-calls for me.
Finally figured how to submit the text there, had to remove the starting/ending XML tags-brackets from opening/ending 'audio_platform_info' tag, cause otherwise system would complain that no scripts are allowed for submission I've submitted the config using my e-mail in the name field : firstname.lastname@example.org. Please check.
Of course! But could you please give more specific description of the 'experiment'? Should I just call the phone while it is in sleep-mode, see of it will not respond, end the call and then just send you the log?
Hello @ziggutas, tried to follow your steps. In the end all kinda worked, in about 15 mins got the position fix. However it happened after many tries and certain moments are still very unclear to me:
P.S. bug with no signaling of incoming calls still persists on my OP3T with UT 16.04 build 105. It works in about 50% of tries. Tried in both silent and non-silent modes, when the phone is blocked - it does not give any signs of the incoming call, only when you activate the screen - then it starts vibrating or ringing. But at least SMS signaling was fixed - in now clearly gives a signal about incoming SMSs in both active and inactive states.
@Stefano , @Lakotaubp , thank you very for your replies!
Have another question though. Yesterday updated my OP3T to latest available version and tried to acquire my location using Pure Maps application. However even after 20 minutes waiting, Pure Maps still could not acquire the location (it has the permission, I double-checked). In the list of what should work on OP3, GPS is listed as 'working'. Does it really work? Are there any ways to make sure that it really works? Mb some console utility to access the GPS module and get a raw position from it as some RINEX file or smth?
@thilov you can install Torch by:
type: sudo -i
you'll be prompted to type in your password, do it
then type: sudo ubports-qa install PR-22
confirm by : y when/if asked
then type: sudo apt install indicator-power
after reboot, on dash under battery icon will appear a flashlight.
Hello @Stefano ! Could you please explain a bit more about this set of commands? What is 'ubports-qa' utility and what will it do in this case?
Next line also looks a bit confusing. I always thought that UT does not use ;apt' and here it is how is that working at all?
If that would be to much of a text to explain it here, could you please give a link to some docs from where I could infer more info about this 'script' that you suggest?
Will very appreciate your answers! Thanks!
@andybleaden ringtone should be fixed now on OP3 don't have the t version and Bluetooth and account sign in ADB and MTP not working SSH should be.
Hi! For those who are not that heavily involved in developing / testing By 'should be fixed' you mean that is is now available through some standard update procedure? Or should I download/compile/install something additionally?