Le développeur a corrige quelques bugs dans la version précédente et il a ajouté la compatibilité des appareils Android Pie. Il est donc préférable de commencer le téléchargement après activation. Il est un outil bien développé qui ne sont pas inclus avec les bugs en elle.
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But I think it is good to look at this issue from different perspectives. Maybe there is a way if more users support this to rediscuss this decision. Not only because of making my life easier, but in order to give a clear statement that the FP2 enables the user to get full control. Hi, you understood me correctly.
On the one hand, it means I will switch back to my old phone until fp-osos is ready to be installed. Just when I was ready to really port everything to the FP2. Secondly, I have seen several times already that you really need a decent sized community to be able to maintain such a fork. Splitting up the efforts of the FP team is a risky path.
If the this is pulled off correctly however, it would be an even better option than installing Cyanogenmod. I was totally planning to use the latter to transfer data from FP1 to FP2. Data which is very important to me but will now be stuck on FP1. I knew that FP2 would come unrooted. I neither have a building environment at home, nor the time required to build and maintain a build I could install for my phone with the drawbacks it includes : non-working components, risk to brick the phone, … , nor the wish to do it.
On my side, I only use Google Play and Talkback. So further more, if I understand correctly if we flash the alternative OS no more support? Community waits over 6 months to get the FP2 hardware. Now community has to wait an indefinite time to use the software it likes on FP2! For FP team ist more important that special banking apps are running where everybody can use the banking website but realy great software like fqrouter2 could not run on FP2.
SuperSU can ask me everytime for granting root privilegs for a certain software. When I trust this software e. Why has FP not asked the community regarding root? You make us very frustrated.
Fairphone 2. So you will need a AOSP image with bin blobs anyway. I am not sure this is the expected behaviour, but it was quite hard to figure out. Tools in the app: - Install Recovery: This allows you to install the recovery for supported devices. For this discussion it is important to understand how application apps are installed, started and are prohibited from doing harmful things.
But making it such a big hurdle and with so many question marks around support from Fairphone, support of the hardware, support in updates, speed of updates, … is disappointing. Why not supply a signed package by FP of su on a special download site so that people who want too can use it to root the phone?
It was very easy for me to root my Samsung XCover, a company owned, locked phone. I think the problem is not that big. Just for the record I also dislike the metaphors choosen by keesj , but I understand his point, also he does not have a lot of choice. But with the source code and bin blobs released, the FP project will be able to build both versions automatically without a lot of extra work I think.
Will this be possible? Or are there restrictions?
That would be interesting to know. So you will need a AOSP image with bin blobs anyway. Fairphone 2.