Supports cellular and data State: Inactive
Automated Usability (beta)
This device currently offers minimal features, most of the smart functionalities might not work yet. It can be a very nice second device.
- Manual brightness
- Notification LED
- Switching between cameras
- Carrier info, signal strength
- Data connection
- Incoming, outgoing calls
- MMS in, out
- PIN unlock
- SMS in, out
- Change audio routings
- Voice in calls
- 24+ hours battery lifetime
- 7+ days stability
- Boot into UI
- Hardware video playback
- Anbox patches (deprecated)
- AppArmor patches
- Battery percentage
- Offline charging
- Online charging
- Recovery image
- Reset to factory defaults
- RTC time
- SD card detection and access
- Shutdown / Reboot
- Wireless charging
- Wireless External monitor
- Flight mode
- Automatic brightness
- Fingerprint reader
- Volume control
- MTP access
- ADB access
Confirmed, depending on the maintenance
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Working to some extent but with issues
Issue is not specific to this device
Subject to port development
|CPU||2.3GHz Quad-Core (Custom Core) + 1.6GHz Quad-Core (Cortex®-A53)|
|Chipset||Samsung Exynos 8890|
|Display||2560x1440 pixels, 5.1 in|
|Rear Camera||12 MP|
|Front Camera||5 MP|
While they work (headphones, speaker, loudspeaker), volume can not be changed.
Current oFono needs to be patched to work with the herolte. A precompiled binary can be downloaded here.
# Remount system with write permission sudo mount -o remount,rw / # Extract archive and install new oFono version tar xvf debs_1.18.0+ubports2local~1612885094.tar sudo dpkg -i ofono_1.18.0+ubports2local~1612885094_armhf.deb # Reboot
While Wi-Fi is working there is no reconnection after reboot. This is due to several things:
- Issue with MAC address loader. Partially fixed and not published, need to be reworked as it prevents loading the right calibration file.
- Unknown issue, probably a race condition between Wi-fi driver and Samsung's Macloader
MMS are working but a change needs to be applied until it gets merged to
sudo ubports-qa install xenial_-_android9
Code is not yet merged in the
xenial branch but it can be activated thanks to:
ubports-qa install indicator-power 48
The port is not ready to use the installer, yet :)
Fetch files and tools
Download and install the following tools:
Download the following files:
Unlock OEM installation
In Android activate developper mode thanks to this guide.
Then go to Android developer options and activate
enable OEM unlock slider.
If this step is not done you will likely get the error
Custom binary blocked by FRP lock
Instal the TWRP recovery as instructed in its documentation.
Reboot to recovery and format data
- From the computer enter
adb reboot recovery.
- Go to
Format Datathe enter
./halium-install -v -i -p ut ubports-touch.rootfs-xenial-armhf.tar.gz system.img.
./Heimdall/build/bin/heimdall flash --BOOT halium-boot.img.
- Wait, after the reboot, you should have UBports :-)
- Some fix might be required, see