Je viens de faire la mise à jour rendue dispo aujourd’hui sur mon Galaxy S9, de mémoire de 2.5 vers 2.9 je suis pas trop sur de la version d’origine)
A la fin de la mise à jour le téléphone redémarre et reste bloqué sur le logo Iodé et je ne peux rien faire, à part redémarrer avec power + volume bas, mais je reviens sur le même écran.
Quelqu’un aurait il une solution ?
Merci d’avance !
Veuillez consulter ce lien (en anglais)
Ok thanks for your answer.
I will follow this differents thread to see how it’s tunrning, because right now it seems pretty complicated for the casual user I am.
All I see is that there’s a great chance for not recovering the datas, and i’ll have to reinstall manually the new version. Never done that before.
Thank you anyway
Just managed to reinstall iodé 3.5, but didn’t get data back (appeared top be crypted)
Hopefully last month I learnt a bit about VM and Linux, if i did not, I would not have been able to do that.
I regret that there’s no clear explaination for casual users (maybe it’s on the way hopefully), because i thought it was one of the strengh of iodé, being accessible to casual users, and i recommanded it to some friends for that reason and now I regret it.
I hope clear tutorials will be made shortly (by Iodé or the community) to help people with this problem.
For me, I will still use Iodé for now beacause I like the interface, but i will look closely about /e/os, wich seems more stable and has a larger community.
First is wrong, second is right
Tell me more about that, i’m curious
Theres nothing to tell, except that iodeOS is very stable and more actual then /e/OS. From kind of view the firmware and the apps.
But everybody can choose whatever she/he wants.
No hatespeech about other ROMs