I didn't go through all of that, but the thread got me to figure out what I did wrong. I didn't format data, I only wiped it.
I ran the installer again, and it says installing updates. I think It will work.
The why would be so I can use this device as a linux sbc with a screen, cameras, etc built in. Build applications that have arm64 support. I would really like to have the ability to use it as a powerful remote sensor. Python3 is already installed although it very old, but there is no python IDE in the store that I can see. PIP, wheel, and whatever is included in the python setuptools are not installed.
Thanks. I found the documentation on how to change this.
I however ran into an issue with ADB.
With developer mode enabled, and the phone on. ADB finds no devices.
In bootloader, ADB finds no devices.
In the ubports recovery ADB finds the device, however it is unauthorized.
and adb shell gives me this message.
Does this indicate that I did something wrong in the installation?
The install script that came with the factory 7.1.2. android image didn't work due to changes in fastboot, so I flashed the images manually.
Also, something strange I noticed. This is a 32 gig device, it is reporting in the OS and the bootloader as 64.
Sorry for the bother, and thanks for the help!
Oh, ok cool. Thanks for taking the time to explain.
I figured out the led when I unplugged it lol. It's acutally been a while since I have had a phone with a notification/charging led. I bought this device specifically because it's got support for ubuntu touch, it wasn't my old phone.
So far I am really liking the overall feel of this OS. Also, youtube playback is pretty good on this device considering it's age.
I am trying to get pip3 going, and I seem to be having a problem with apt. If I run sudo apt-get update. I have been getting a message since last night that there is a temporary failure resolving the repos. at ports.ubuntu.com as well as repo.ubports.com. Not being able to resolve both leads me to believe it is a problem on my end.
Running sudo apt-get full-upgrade ends with unable to backup 70-android.rules and dpkg error code (1).
Have you come across anything like this? If so, do you know how to fix it?
This OS is very slick, and I also have a pinephone coming.
I realize we aren't exactly ready to banish google and apple yet, but this is coming along very nicely. If I can get opencv running on these cameras, and the i2c/serial busses working on the pinephone (eventually). I will be really happy.
Thanks in advance!
It is working, but I have one more question for now.
I have some sort of persistant notification icon right before the wifi icon, and my notification LED is lit when the screen is off. As far as I can tell, there is no notification. How can I get rid of it?
See imgur image
Is there a flashable zip for the nexus 6p? I followed the instructions. Installed Android 7.1.2, flashed TWRP, deleted all partitions, flashed ubuntu touch with the ubports installer in windows. It rebooted into the UB ports recovery and there is no OS. I redid everything and tried the UBports installer in a ubuntu VM. Same thing, reboots to recovery and that is all.
Anyone have any suggestion?