beginner’s question : the IOS installer is getting stuck right after entering the code for enabling oem debugging. sorry cannot post pics, last line says ‘device state-locked’
…what did I miss ?
let me know if I d rather ask somewhere else
I don’t know the installer, but I would suggest to enable OEM unlocking and USB Debugging directly in the device (system/developer options) and then start the installer.
But maybe I’m wrong and anybody else with a FP5 here and used the installer, can help.
Sometimes it can also be helpful to use another USB cable and/or USB Port
I have iode on my FP5 now, but I cannot tell unfortunately, as the installer, when I wanted to install it, needed a newer glib lib, so I went fort he script way of installing it (as I’m used to it).
But I would suggest the same, I have no clue what instruction the installer will show you, but you can basically follow the official Fairphone guide:
- or this step 2 here: https://support.fairphone.com/hc/en-us/articles/10492476238865-Manage-the-bootloader
After that run the installer again.
Just in case you decide to unlock bootloader manually be careful, do not unlock_critical. It’s a required step for FairphoneOS, but not iodé.
Ah didn’t know that. But you are right not mentioned in the iodéOS manual install guide: GitHub - iodeOS/ota
I unlocked both, but I had
- a) /e/OS on it before so it was already the case when I installed iodéOS → seems to be needed there Install /e/OS on a Fairphone FP5 - “FP5”
- b) rooted my phone → not sure if this needs unlock critical
Hi @Ludo, did you manage to solve this?