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ive been doing some work with a device that has a ROME chip. its not going great :P
 

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@delaya73: hi, several topics:
- any advantages of the new LOS base? i would need to reflash everything if it is of advantage
- you mentioned that we use a special debug kernel. will you provide a 'normal' one too? battery life could be improved, maybe.
- the only issue i encounter is with camera, it takes about 2 secs until a shot is taken, could be a general issue, don't know
- regarding BT i read that Mister Magister ported a device which uses BT rome chip, maybe you can check with him.
Anyone else who encounter the same issue with camera and a bad battery life?

I started with 2.1.3.7 and an old LOS 14.1 and did an OTA to 2.1.4.13. Any advantages of new LOS base?
 

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Regarding bad battery life which was caused in my case by an underlying Android wlan diagnose process cnss_diag: You can kill it an observe that battery life is much improved and it has no negative side effects. As it is restarted as a service after reboot you need to comment all related lines within /init.qcom.rc to make it permanent.

Positive side effect beside improved battery life: browsing the internet is much faster now.

p.s. Within /data/misc/wifi there is a configuration file cnss_diag.conf which is used for dropping wlan logs to filesystem.

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Originally Posted by BluesLee View Post
@delaya73: hi, several topics:
- any advantages of the new LOS base? i would need to reflash everything if it is of advantage
- you mentioned that we use a special debug kernel. will you provide a 'normal' one too? battery life could be improved, maybe.
- the only issue i encounter is with camera, it takes about 2 secs until a shot is taken, could be a general issue, don't know
- regarding BT i read that Mister Magister ported a device which uses BT rome chip, maybe you can check with him.
Hi.
By LOS I do not know how it will affect, see commits: https://github.com/delaya73/android_...ommits/cm-14.1

Mister Magister - talk on #sailfishos-porters

[13:46] <delaya73> Mister_Magister: you up qca bluetooth rome?
[13:46] <Mister_Magister> what
[13:48] <delaya73> there are rumors that you managed to launch QCA BLUETOOTH device with rome ...
[13:49] <Mister_Magister> nah
[13:49] <Mister_Magister> and i dont have this device

 

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Thanks, i know BT will be tricky. Lets check the outcome of the new kernel.

It would be good if someone can reproduce my issues:
- camera, it takes about 2 secs until a shot is taken (unsolved)
- battery life could be better, about 30% end of the day (solved: network processes like conman daemon caused this, reflashed firmware beta19, before we used beta20, see XDA post of delaya73)

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#46
Sailfish OS was on 2.1.4.14 and I did a
Code:
ssu re 2.2.0.29
version --dup
and rebooted my oneplus3 and it is working. Don't kill me if yours is not working after doing the same. ;-)

But I realy need bluetooth working. Is somebody here who can do it. I read it is a rome chip.
 

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Hello.

Does fingerprint exist and work?

p/s/ Soon I will continue to work on SFOS.
 

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No fingerprint working, none in settings.

Nice to hear, that you are back with a computer soon. :-)
 

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