Ok, I’m just looking for options here. My phone is finally working as I’d like and to start over again is a real pain.
How can I check if my bootloader is locked? I’ve set to option in Android to enable bootlocking but I don’t actually know if it is locked.
Also, is moving apps to SD card also a way to backup apps+appsettings\data?
Seedvault is the built in backup
Go to settings/system/backup
Use a USB stick and follow the instructions.
As long as I know, the trebuchet launcher settings will be included as part of seedvault
At the end of the backup process you will get a summarization of which apps and settings are backed up and which not
First @AlphaElwedritsch I really have to thank you. Without your instructions I wouldn’t be here right now. To be honest, a week ago I knew nothing about Custom ROMs, rooted phones or degoogled Androids. But since last weekend I lay in bed with a cold and here we are… - so yeah I’m not so familiar.
Just to be clear: I’ve just installed iode - 220405 and have to do the exact same thing with iode - 220407?
The avb_key needs to be erased again and the one in the archive is another one?
The recovery image must be flashed again?
First, I am glad to hear that everything work s fine (with my intsruction) and that you are now a member of the Custom ROMs inner circle members
But, no, no, all these steps you asked for, are not necessary.
The avb_key is the final one and it will never changed in the future. Once installed and bootloader is re-locked, everythin is fine.
Recoverys, will be installed in the OTA updates automatically, if there is a need to install a new one.
Your installed internal Updater does it find the Update 220407 automatically?
Install 220407 as OTA Update. That’s all.
If you install this beta updater: UpdaterIodeBetaAndroid11ToAndroid11V2.apk from here: beta · master · iode / ota · GitLab
(simply install the apk manually. It will update the pre-installed one)
Then the Updater should find the update and goes forward as OTA update.