[Device Roadmap] Android 9 (Pie) & 10 (Q) : Test builds to upgrade currently supported devices

Yes I ran a build today morning for the YTX703L to test after reading your post.

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Hi Manoj,
just discovered recently about /e/ and switched from LOS with Microg to the Nougat release. Today I installed Pie with the unofficial e-0.11.n-2020082569744-test.crackling rom on my Wileyfox Swift with TWRP 3.2.1.0. Just flashed it over the previously installed official e-0.11.n rom.
It runs like a charm. No issues so far. Great work! Thank you so much for providing such an impressive system that makes the phone feel much cosier in my pocket.

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Nice. And don’t forget to use the joys of the services incl. cloud, email, search, calendar …
Have fun.

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Is this the right place to give feedback about the builds performance too?
I am running the crackling Pie test build on a Wileyfox Swift. I observe that battery consumption is notably higher than it has been with Nougat before. Additionally the screen freezes somtimes for a moment, when I wake up the phone. I had made these observations previously running lineage 16.0 before on the phone, so I assume it is a lineage problem and not related to /e/.

Thanks for sharing the feedback about the crackling build. May be an issue with the source code but we will still need to look into it. You could raise an issue in Gitlab and we can check against subsequent OTA test builds.

Hello,

I have reinstall /e/ for get OTA update : work fine :slight_smile:

Now, i search to “clean” my rom, because i like use simple(contact/sms/etc) apps and nextcloud* apps with regular update.
if add fairemail, termux, openvpn, osm => all via f-droid + firefox, itsme (Belgian app for federal website) and magisk
i don’t use any others apps on my phone. (i like apps integrated : openkeychain and davx5 )

I have duplicate apps with e.foundation/lineage/android.

For me, the best is proposal to install it on start up phone for first time :
Do you need these apps (check box for select one on more) (example only) :
e.drive
e.calendar
e.sms
lineage.x

with little description per app and if no needed, we can start only with e.store (why not f-droid?) browser and … (another by default if needed ?)

i miss some time to check all app installed on my phone, i have already extract this list and remove all apps installed by me via pm list packages --user 0
(need root, via Magisk for me)

need to check required by system and “optional” apps

package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.black
package:com.android.cts.priv.ctsshim
package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.brown
package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.green
package:com.android.internal.display.cutout.emulation.corner
package:com.android.internal.display.cutout.emulation.double
package:com.android.providers.telephony
package:com.android.providers.calendar
package:com.android.providers.media
package:com.android.wallpapercropper
package:org.documentfoundation.libreoffice
package:org.microg.nlp.backend.ichnaea
package:com.android.documentsui
package:com.android.externalstorage
package:com.android.htmlviewer
package:com.android.companiondevicemanager
package:com.android.mms.service
package:foundation.e.drive
package:foundation.e.notes
package:foundation.e.tasks
package:com.android.providers.downloads
package:com.android.terminal
package:foundation.e.browser
package:foundation.e.calendar
package:com.gsnathan.pdfviewer
package:org.lineageos.lockclock
package:com.android.defcontainer
package:org.lineageos.overlay.black
package:com.android.providers.downloads.ui
package:com.android.vending
package:com.android.pacprocessor
package:com.android.simappdialog
package:org.lineageos.profiles
package:com.android.internal.display.cutout.emulation.tall
package:org.lineageos.openweathermapprovider
package:com.android.certinstaller
package:com.android.carrierconfig
package:android
package:com.android.contacts
package:org.lineageos.recorder
package:de.csicar.ning
package:com.android.egg
package:com.android.mtp
package:com.android.nfc
package:com.android.stk
package:com.android.backupconfirm
package:org.lineageos.weather.provider
package:org.lineageos.settings.doze
package:com.android.statementservice
package:foundation.e.message
package:com.android.settings.intelligence
package:org.schabi.nxbookmarks
package:org.lineageos.setupwizard
package:foundation.e.apps
package:foundation.e.mail
package:com.android.providers.settings
package:com.android.sharedstoragebackup
package:com.android.printspooler
package:com.android.dreams.basic
package:foundation.e.weather
package:com.android.se
package:com.android.inputdevices
package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.orange
package:com.android.bips
package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.purple
package:foundation.e.blissiconpack
package:com.android.cellbroadcastreceiver
package:android.ext.shared
package:com.android.onetimeinitializer
package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.yellow
package:com.android.server.telecom
package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.blue
package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.cyan
package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.pink
package:com.android.printservice.recommendation
package:com.android.dialer
package:com.android.gallery3d
package:com.google.android.gms
package:com.google.android.gsf
package:android.ext.services
package:com.android.calllogbackup
package:com.android.packageinstaller
package:com.android.carrierdefaultapp
package:com.android.proxyhandler
package:com.android.inputmethod.latin
package:foundation.e.pwaplayer
package:org.lineageos.eleven
package:com.android.managedprovisioning
package:com.android.dreams.phototable
package:org.lineageos.overlay.accent.red
package:com.android.smspush
package:com.android.wallpaper.livepicker
package:com.android.apps.tag
package:foundation.e.camera
package:foundation.e.esmssync
package:org.lineageos.overlay.dark
package:foundation.e.accountmanager
package:com.android.storagemanager
package:com.android.bookmarkprovider
package:com.android.settings
package:com.android.calculator2
package:org.lineageos.updater
package:fr.unix_experience.owncloud_sms
package:com.android.cts.ctsshim
package:org.lineageos.lineageparts
package:org.lineageos.settings.device
package:org.lineageos.lineagesettings
package:com.android.vpndialogs
package:lineageos.platform
package:com.android.phone
package:com.android.shell
package:com.android.wallpaperbackup
package:com.android.providers.blockednumber
package:org.microg.nlp.backend.nominatim
package:com.android.providers.userdictionary
package:com.android.emergency
package:com.android.location.fused
package:com.android.deskclock
package:com.android.systemui
package:org.microg.gms.droidguard
package:com.android.exchange
package:com.android.bluetoothmidiservice
package:at.bitfire.icsdroid
package:org.lineageos.backgrounds
package:com.android.traceur
package:com.android.bluetooth
package:com.android.development
package:com.android.providers.contacts
package:com.android.captiveportallogin

Thank you for your hard work :slight_smile:

N.B. : need backup before launch any remove for don’t break my system xD

I have installed the test build but still no OTA.

This is a reply to Manoj’s message of August 16, regarding my Shamu installation.

Thanks!

I just installed the test built on the 5T and am trying to figure out the spreadsheet but have a little hiccup around the filename:
device_roadmap_yyyymmdd_devicecode

What is the devicename/roadmap/device code?

For the 5T would this be:

Oneplus5T_roadmap_202020919_dumpling
?

Or is roadmap supposed to be something different? pie?

Thanks to whoever can answer :slight_smile:

The OnePlus 5 T on pie is officially supported now. You can find the ROM here
Roadmap is just a term like a plan. The device code for the OnePlus 5T is dumpling.

Thanks @Manoj

I guess that means there’s no need to report that test then :slight_smile:

Is there an ideal bug reporting method in general though?

And for future reference/info: what should the file name theoretically have been be then?
Did I have it right, just leave roadmap as the word roadmap? And use the plaintext device name?

Yes, you can learn more about howto report issues for supported devices over there :

device_roadmap_202020919_dumpling

one update on crackling/Wileyfox Swift from my side.
I had complained about bad battery performance above. Now I did a new clean install and it solved the problem. Battery lasts as usual again, so I assume the energy loss is due to the dirty install flashing Pie over Nougat without resetting all.

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Sony Xperia XA2 is running:

e-0.10 pie test build 22081167314 since 11Aug on one slot
OTA update 0.10 pie test build 20200814 since 14 Aug on other (current) slot.

Phone is generally working really well, reliable, no missed calls or messages. I’m not a power user but it has everything I need and more, especially with the recent addition of video calling in Telegram Foss.

There have been no further updates since then, is that correct?

Also fingerprint unlock has become a bit flaky recently though and I’m wondering if an update or perhaps reflashing might perk this up a bit?

The XA2 Q version should be on the officially supported list in 1-2 weeks. That is why there have been no updates to the test builds.

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Thanks @Manoj, that’s great news! Something to look forward to. :grinning:

I finally feel ready to perform testing on Xiaomi Mix 2S (polaris), but there are two concerns:

  1. The “test plan” link from the initial post seem no longer works.
  2. I don’t know if someone has already done this job before me and is there any point in getting involved today.

Thanks for pointing this out. I have removed the test plan link from the initial post. Most of these devices will be released in the next couple of weeks.
We are releasing about 5 devices per week on an average.
Users who still want to test can download these builds and try them out and share the feedback on this thread itself.

Hi,

  1. What about eOS Q on oneplus 5t?
  2. What about eOS Q and beta status?

Hi,

Just wanted to say im running e-0.11-p-2020082569744-test-crackling.zip on a Wileyfox Swift (crackling) with TWRP 3.4.0-0. I had some trouble installing. Sadly, this was a while back and I cant remember what the problem was exactly. Nothing major though. It took me no more than 30 minutes of messing around in TWRP before i got it working again. Works great now!

Hi, where can I get e-0.11-p for mido? I downloaded the e-0.10-p, and the word was the other updates would come monthly via auto updates. But, whenever i manually trigger the update button, the message i get back is there are no updates available.