+++ I’ve been using /e/ on my Motorola Harpia XT1607 for about eight months now, and it was working very well until I updated to the ‘Q’ release. I sideloaded the update through adb by the directions on “https://doc.e.foundation/devices/harpia/upgrade”, and I think I followed them correctly. I was able to boot into the upgraded OS with no issues, though after attempting to install an update through the /e/ os settings menu, the phone began to boot loop.
+++ I think that this might have happened because the system updater pushed a cached update, and I inadvertently downgraded. I reinstalled the package that I had originally sideloaded to update to ‘Q’, and although my phone works now, which is good, the cellular internet connection does not. I can make phone calls and send text messages, but cannot access the world wide web through my cellular network.
+++ I have confirmed that the SIM card and network provider is probably not the issue, because I am able to access the internet through this SIM in another device. I am not entirely certain how to fix this. I thought it might have been something related to my modem firmware, but I think that /e/ contains packages for that which it installs when sideloaded. Any ideas?
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