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#151
Originally Posted by TheKit View Post
I planned to update it to 2.1.x, but still didn't do it. Will try to check it again.
+1 for the 2.1.x update
 

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#152
Originally Posted by dubliner View Post
Here's a funny thing after the upgrade from the installer image to 2.0.5.6.

Instead of the normal "unlock" screen with the "> <" symbols I now just get a black screen with the rotating circle. At first I thought Lipstick hadn't started until I tried swiping.

Is there a method to remedy?
Funny, I had the same thing... silly me, I always thought it was due to some incompatibility with the hardware since I have the v820w V5 and never really paid any attention to it afterwards. Turns out I'd probably made some typo/mistake when originally upgrading as I just went through the upgrading steps and that seems to have fixed it.

EDIT: I had to install the tablet from scratch and it wasn't a typo after all as the problem reappeared. I believe
Code:
zypper ref -f
before running the long zypper install command again finally fixed it. YMMV
(I am not going to do everything all over again just to be sure, sorry)

Also, it took ages to get the WLAN working first. The best(/only?) way seemed to be from the prompt where the WLAN icon is presented and there is the text Turn WLAN on. I could never connect properly from Settings or Events View even though the password was 100% correct.
(After fighting this for way too long I am not sure anymore if the prompt appeared when trying to launch the Jolla Store with WLAN off but it just might've)

EDIT2: Ok, so I had to do it all over again :P
Due to that I made a github repo.

(Yet again I had initial problems with the WLAN. Before the update I could connect best as I described earlier. Then after the update the only working way seemed to be from Settings.)

Last edited by tmi; 2017-09-20 at 11:21.
 

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#153
Any hope of a 2.1.3 update now that it's publicly available?
This fixes the WPA2 KRACK vulnerability (among other things) so it would be "nice to have" also on Onda tablets.
 
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#154
Originally Posted by tmi View Post
Any hope of a 2.1.3 update now that it's publicly available?
This fixes the WPA2 KRACK vulnerability (among other things) so it would be "nice to have" also on Onda tablets.
I tried to update my tablet to 2.1.3.7 today. It mostly worked (after updating onda repo for 2.1.3.7 and manually installing some packages). Yet it seems to have broken Bluetooth and video recording with rear camera, need to investigate why.
 

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#155
Originally Posted by TheKit View Post
Yet it seems to have broken Bluetooth and video recording with rear camera, need to investigate why.
Probably because it's kind of broken even on official builds
 

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#156
BT and video recording are not that important to me (plus the tablet is for toying around) so I tried to adapt the 2.0.5.6 update instructions to 2.1.3.7 with "ssu re 2.1.3.7" and using "http://sfos.scanf.su/onda-v820w-v3/2.1.3.7" for adaptation-onda. Seems I didn't know what I was doing since "version --dup" couldn't find all the needed packages. I had nothing to lose so I even tried enabling adaptation0 & adaptation1 without luck.

Maybe an overkill, but in the end I re-ran the 2.0.5.6 update instructions and after rebooting the tablet was working fine as it was before my little experiment.

Last edited by tmi; 2017-12-09 at 14:35.
 
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