[UNOFFICIAL BUILD] A Pi/e/ test ROM for the FP2

I think this just prevents hijacking of the OTA, if I read that correctly:
i.e. only someone with the keys I’ve generated now is able to create a build, that the updater will accept for updating. this does not affect any other functionality. The update to someone else’s builds (like officials) usually has to be done via TWRP anyways…

So if you’d like to get a signed build from me, that disables that warning and ensures, that builds from my OTA server are created by me, please flash this file:


Great!!! Thank you!!

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Thank you @fodinabor ! Your e-0.7-p-20191003-UNOFFICIAL-FP2 build works perfectly !

I had 0.7-n, I dirty-flashed 0.7-o over it (causing a bootloop), then dirty-flashed your 0.7-p directly over again, and my phone booted fine ! I’m now curious to see how the OTA updates behave. :slight_smile:

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My unofficial build e-0.7-p-20191019-UNOFFICIAL-FP2.zip includes October security updates but no OTA updates.

update is up, you should get notified or manually search for updates.

p.s.: I’m trying to not build unnecessarily if no changes have been made, so I’m usually looking whether the official nougat images are updated and build afterwards.

Installing right now. Thanks ! :slight_smile:

Hey guys,
As of two days ago (6.2.) there are official pie builds for the FP2: https://images.ecloud.global/dev/FP2/
I encourage you to switch to official builds, by manually flashing the provided images.

That said: I will probably continue providing my builds, providing you with easy OTA updates until you find the time to manually flash the official builds.

EDIT: keep in mind to download an image with -p- in it and not -n- … Seems like they still build nougat and publish the links in the same place… That’s somewhat confusing…


Great news, and thank you for your continued work ! :slight_smile:

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Great! Thank you! Did you already try the switch? In the testing phase of the official build I always ram into problems when I just flashed the official on top your unofficial one.
Wiping data partition helped, restoring a backup of it caused problems…

No… Actually I didn’t… Just to make sure: did you encrypt your data partition?
And what kimd of problems?

Closing this thread as the FP2 Pie is now officially supported. Thanks to all who helped with the testing.

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