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#91
Originally Posted by bomo View Post
I just tried to flash it to my N5, but it seems to before "actual boot":
if I select to boot SF in multirom, I just see the "google" logo and it stuck there.
If I however flash the same CM13 version you linked as "normal" android version, CM13 is booting fine in multirom.

Is there anything I'm doing wrong?
It sometimes happened to me that I had to force a complete shutdown of the device before booting sailfishos. So that might be the cause.

If that doesn't work, I would check the integrity of the sailfishos image you downloaded with sha256sum as example. I compared two files I have here and can give you the checksum:

sha256sum sailfishos-hammerhead-release-2.1.0.10-build0.3.zip
Code:
e4ed3f248918284c3bb8e2a76e3b07aa31ab131d6c34a25805efebdc706ca1f5
 

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#92
Thanks its working now. One more question: How is it possible to update to a new rootfs image released by you without loosing previous data?
 

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#93
Originally Posted by bomo View Post
How is it possible to update to a new rootfs image released by you without loosing previous data?
The goal is to be able to do OTA upgrades of an existing installation. Mautz is working on that.

In the meantime you have to backup/restore your data and do a fresh installation of the newer image.

I refer to this post, I made some time ago, where I described my way to do backup/restore. http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...&postcount=238

For Contacts/Calendar
Code:
devel-su pkcon install nemo-qml-plugin-contacts-qt5-tools
devel-su -p vcardconverter --export contacts.vcf
Code:
pkcon install nemo-qml-plugin-calendar-qt5-tools
devel-su -p icalconverter export calendar.ics
 

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#94
I really would like to update my 2.0.4.13 because some new apps require the new QT version, but I also need the Android compatibility...are there any news about Sfdroid or Anbox?
 

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#95
Originally Posted by claustn View Post
I really would like to update my 2.0.4.13 because some new apps require the new QT version, but I also need the Android compatibility...are there any news about Sfdroid or Anbox?
Yes, Sorry but it's not even close. It's my only device currently, so my window of using it for development is quite small. Main issue is getting Anbox booting, either missing dependencies, more kernel patches needed, just don't know yet, and even after we get it booting then we have the other issues, gettings sensors, camera etc. working.

The other developers liar/krnlyng and saidinesh have been busy recently and have had very limited to no time to able to help.
 

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#96
What is the state of this build? I have a spare Nexus 5 to flash. Should I use this one, or one based on cm 12.1?
 

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#97
Originally Posted by nh1402 View Post
Yes, Sorry but it's not even close. It's my only device currently, so my window of using it for development is quite small. Main issue is getting Anbox booting, either missing dependencies, more kernel patches needed, just don't know yet, and even after we get it booting then we have the other issues, gettings sensors, camera etc. working.

The other developers liar/krnlyng and saidinesh have been busy recently and have had very limited to no time to able to help.
I do think Anbox is a tantalizing potential way forward as an alternative to Alien Dalvik. I'm willing to donate a device to the developers, if that would help with the work...
 

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#98
Originally Posted by shmerl View Post
What is the state of this build? I have a spare Nexus 5 to flash. Should I use this one, or one based on cm 12.1?
It depends, if you need Android compatibility you need to use the older version based on CM12 as I'm doing. If not go with this new one (but no video recording)
 

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#99
The topic should be changed: SailfishOS 2.0 -> SailfishOS 2.1
 

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#100
I'm currently running a custom kernel with the file name:
Code:
sfos_custom_kernel_v9-btsleep-100hz.zip
I don't know where I got it from. Hmmm.
I could swear there was a link pointing to the download of the custom kernel mentioned in post #2.

Anyways. I initially had problems with enabling WIFI due to a naming mismatch between the kernel's uname and the original kernel's uname, resulting in differently named /lib/modules/[uname] directories.
(module could not be found)

In case of anybody else running into the same problem:
could resolve the issue by simply renaming (or cp -afr) the directory to the proper name, reported by `uname -r`.

Code:
# ls -1 /lib/modules
3.4.0-cyanogenmod-g0aac178
3.4.0-g00a20d5
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