KonstaT

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  1. Su is included like in previous CM13 builds. Looks like they've merged November 2016 security patch. https://review.lineageos.org/#/q/status:merged++branch:cm-11.0+-project:^.*device.*+-project:^.*kernel.*,n,z Yes, you should be able build the cm-11.0 branch.
  2. You probably mean this post. I haven't run stock in over a year and haven't done any official firmware updates so I have no idea if Huawei really locked the bootloader with that update.
  3. Well, you're running Linux on your device so of course you can mount it but it's not like Android would want it. To mount second USB storage device (after first one /dev/sda1 is mounted to /storage/usbdisk with Android's fuse wrap). su mount -t vfat /dev/block/sdb1 /storage/usbdisk2 To unmount. su umount /storage/usbdisk2 I've also pushed a proper fix.
  4. It's a binary file and there's nothing weird about it. Hex editing partition tables is probably not something you should be doing and you could potentially mess up your device pretty bad. Either way, here's an useful post.
  5. It's a know issue and it's been fixed since. Try flashing this patch. cm-12.1-cube_iwork8ultimate-fix-audiolag.zip https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=673368273298932390 md5:e1124840f4914a5c0b0be7991834ad93
  6. 'Square' button is, and is supposed to be, MENU button on this device (just like on stock firmware). You're probably just confused that it's not multi-tasking button like 'square' button is on Android navigation bar. Like daninazza said, you can change the behavior from settings.
  7. I don't think it matters. Windows flasher wipes the whole device clean. I think you need to be using stock ROM to get the flasher to recognize the device, though.
  8. There's a Windows flasher for French Open C as well. Try that before doing anything else. http://www.ztefrance.com/downloads/Pack_root_du_ZTE_Open_C.zip I've also mirrored all of them. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B9Xj0WNW4yX4b2tOXzFjN1RDRmc?tid=0B9Xj0WNW4yX4b2tOXzFjN1RDRmc
  9. If your IMEI really was 0, you wouldn't be connecting to _any_ network... First question as always, what did you do that caused this? Only way you can mess that up is by using the wrong Windows flasher. Most likely similar case as here.
  10. Ok, quite sure I tested this with USB hub at some point (with my iWork8 Ultimate) and it worked then. I've since only included one mount point USB storage (because who needs four, right? :P). https://github.com/CM-CHT/android_device_intel_cherrytrail-common/blob/cm-12.1/overlay/frameworks/base/core/res/res/xml/storage_list.xml#L34 Mounting X amount of USB storage devices works with CM13.
  11. Not that I'm aware of. Maybe with some third party app (Tasker?).
  12. I doubt that. All that is caused by SetupWizard removal and it was fixed in opengapps a while back. Also make sure you've followed installation instructions in the third post. I did a clean installation with open_gapps-arm-6.0-pico-20170204 gapps and those I've confirmed working myself.
  13. You've used wrong gapps package. You need to use recent gapps with LineageOS.
  14. http://konstakang.com/devices/chuwi_vi10plus/RemixOS Just read the whole page, it's really even not that long!

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