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  1. Easiest way is to of course restore a nandroid backup in TWRP that you've created of your stock firmware. Or you can install a stock firmware package from the Huawei support site that matches your original stock firmware version (use matching stock recovery to install). Yes. They made it even worse!
  2. Huh, where did I say to use the same gapps you've always used? - use the latest gapps! CyanogenMod is a moving target - there's bugs fixed (and new bugs introduced) all the time. Open GApps is updated frequently and sometimes there's issues with the gapps package, too. Quick settings pull down issue (problem with CM's setup wizard and gapps) was intruduced with http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/140792/ and it was likely fixed with http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/142395/ couple of days ago. Every CM13 build between 20160422 and 20160429 will have. I don't know when the lockscreen issue started because I had a break of over two months from building CM13 for any device. Looking at the commit history it was likely introduced with lockscreen changes on the 14th of this month. So, every CM13 build after 20160414 should have. It's not that critical anyway as it's only present on the first boot after a clean installation. 'Fix' is to reboot your device once!
  3. I need exact steps how to reproduce this issue and prefereably a fresh logcat with the latest build. What location mode are you use (device only, battery saving, high accuracy)? This is strange because GPS itself doesn't have anything to do with mobile data. We're also using AOSP network location provider in Marshmallow instead on Qualcomm's. I could update GPS HAL and pull related binary blobs from some other device to see if it helps. I'd need a way to reproduce this issue before that, though. Follow installation instruction on the third post of this thread and set up your device (including setting up your Google account). Like already said, after this you need to reboot your device once before touching any lockscreen settings, etc. Tested and confirmed this several times on different devices running CM13. Quick settings issue seems to be related to gapps (http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/142115/). Use the latest gapps and set up your Google account during the setup wizard. There's bunch of lockscreen fixes being reviewed as well (http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/142077/).
  4. GPS thing might have been some random CM issue, too. For a long time I was running a couple of weeks newer build than the first release build and couldn't reproduce any issue with GPS there either. At least regular slide lockscreen starts working after a reboot. It's a CM issue as I can reproduce it on other devices as well. Quick settings issue is probably related to locscreen security, too (you're not allowed to access notification toggles on secure lockscreens). For some reason CM13 has been the buggiest CM version in a long time. :/
  5. That doesn't make any sense. Maybe there's Y560-U23s with different hardware configurations as well. What is your stock firmware version (see /system/build.prop on stock ROM)? What does 'Y5 Hardware Info' app say on stock ROM (newer version supporting Y560-U23 attached below)? Y5Info.apk
  6. zte kis 3 custom rom

    'Bring Up My Post' where?! It was already on top of the forum! What a tragedy, not even a full day and no one replied to you. It's this thing called programming. Here's a source code for the CM settings app. Read and learn! https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_packages_apps_Settings
  7. OK, it seems your device is also know as ZTE Blade L4 and ZTE T610. Sure, send me a device and I'll do it. ;) Why would I do dozens of hours of work for nothing otherwise...
  8. [Recovery] TWRP 3.0.2-0

    Still talking about UMS - not MTP. AFAIK it's never worked before. Put external sdcard to your device -> boot to TWRP -> plug in USB cable to your computer -> select 'Mount -> Mount USB storage' in TWRP. Does it mount external sdcard as a flash drive on your computer?
  9. Why not if I had the device. What's the point otherwise. I'm still looking to get some msm8909 device as a dev toy as this Huawei Y5 doesn't really suit my needs because of the kernel source situation. I had a quick look at ZTE open source site and couldn't find kernel source for Blade A460. Where did you find the kernel source? Where did you find the TWRP? CyanogenMod wiki is the place start if you're looking into building CM yourself. https://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Doc:_porting_intro
  10. zte kis 3 custom rom

    There's build instructions in the third post of the CM12.1 thread. If you have actual 'fixes', I'd prefer you send a pull request to my github.
  11. [Recovery] TWRP 3.0.2-0

    New TWRP 3.0.2-0 builds for ZTE Blade S6 (p839f30), ZTE Blade S6 Plus (p839f50) and Turkcell T60 (p839t60). These are yet to be tested on each device but everything should be working as this was tested on another similar device (Vodafone Smart Ultra 6). Please test and report back. recovery-twrp3020-p839f30-physical.img (Blade S6 - physical internal sdcard partition - AS&EU variants) http://www.mediafire.com/?1dctkve5jhir72y md5:316edc647b60fe409bfb76803e878df2 recovery-twrp3020-p839f30-emulated.img (Blade S6 - emulated internal sdcard [/data/media] - AU variant) http://www.mediafire.com/?b9a186b5e8d7rx2 md5:e70c2a6aa7d1ce8a0a86fd4fce10eb61 recovery-twrp3020-p839f50.img (Blade S6 Plus) http://www.mediafire.com/?6yqtbjldae0sdy6 md5:0542c4d822e3955cd1acad0752f9c42e recovery-twrp3020-p839t60.img (Turkcell T60) http://www.mediafire.com/?jkqddu2x9bu8sy5 md5:de2b286dbbd4300eef4692daef613209 -TWRP 3.0.2-0
  12. [Recovery] TWRP 3.0.2-0

    Wow, ~50 downloads and no one even bothered to say it if it's working...
  13. [Recovery] TWRP 3.0.2-0

    New build. recovery-twrp3020-p839v55.img http://www.mediafire.com/?bb4vk1o1d1momw1 md5:3e66436321b08e4104657e3560961bcd recovery-twrp-3.0.2-0-p839v55.zip (TWRP flashable) http://www.mediafire.com/?17m27qa9vn5m71r md5:e49bed24c5087946d29fa7a05167aa3e -TWRP 3.0.2-0 -prebuilt kernel/dt from VDF-995NB01-UK07b -fix USB mass storage on external sdcard
  14. You're probably still talking about the cm-y560-hi544-qunhui-camera.zip patch. All kinds of things are going to be broken if you install the cm-12.1-y560-u23.zip patch on a Y560-L01 (camera is going to break, RIL is going to break, sensor rotation is going to break). Again, those camera blobs (cm-y560-hi544-qunhui-camera.zip) are included in latest builds and you're not supposed to install any patches on Y560-L01.
  15. [Recovery] TWRP 3.0.2-0

    OK, I'll try another lun file path for UMS in the next one. I'll PM you a new build shortly.

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