I’ve been a not-so-happy user of /e/ OS for about a year now. I’ve been experiencing multitude of trouble including non-working camera, freezing Trebuchet app (screen keyboard), inaccurate or plain-wrong gps location. At this point I’m not into researching and fixing these and other problems that come up occasionaly while using /e/ and because of that I decided to switch back to regular googlified Android distribution. Right now phone has became an important tool for my work and life and I want to use it instead of fiddling around with it and tweaking its settings. I can give up some privacy in exchange for the comfort and ease of use, no shame.
I’ve been trying to follow the prescription described here. Unfortunately I cannot find OEM unlock in developer options. I can see there are steps to enable it via command line, but I do not quite understand what kind of terminal it refers to. I’m rather proficient with computers and command lines, but I’d need a helping hand with understanding what kind of console should I use. I’d like to keep the process simple if possible. As I said, my intention is to use the smartphone with ease and comfort, so going very deep with low-level configuration is a thing I’d rather avoid.