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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Sun May 24, 2020 3:48 am

tommo wrote:
It try again to get posted.
I have followed Serge's instructions and I have been running 9 on my p60 bv9600pro for about a month. It is fine. But for me googlepay doesn't work, and I still have the apps not self loading from startup problem that I had before. So basically it doesn't help.

Who managed to install android_9 on the first revisions and unblock the bootloader, you can also try installing the lite version of this firmware where some modifications are present.
link
And about the startup applications, a solution to this problem has long been found! The problem is solved very simply, you need to fix a few lines in the build.prop file:
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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Sun May 24, 2020 8:32 am

Serge, good to hear from you, and thank you for the links.

I have just spent all day trying to get turn this thing into a smartphone. But I don't think its possible.

I installed your Android9 for P60 again, and that is great. But I need autostart apps for security cameras that I monitor. So I followed your link to the build.prop mods, and I did that.

And they work, and that is great! But now I have a phone that is rooted and with an unlocked bootloader, and so GooglePay will not work. I need google pay for my work also!

I have been searching for a way to mod build.prop without root, but I can't find one.
I have been searching for a way to root without unlocking bootloader, but I can't find one.
I have been searching for a way to replace the FreeManager without root, but I can't find one.
I have explored Magisk for a way to hide the unlock from GooglePay, but it seems that is no longer possible.
I thought maybe the I could modify build.prop in the image file before installation, but I can't find any way.

I don't want root, and I don't want an unlocked bootloader, is there any way to get this rom with the autostart problem fixed before I install it?

God this is sooooo frustrating!

If someone can provide me a solution I will give you €50... And Blackview should give you a job!

Please help.
Best regards,
Tom.
 
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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Mon May 25, 2020 3:31 am

flunk wrote:
So I've followed the above and installed this on my P60 model.... 
This is what I have to do to get the phone into fastboot.
adb reboot bootloader
Then these commands all error.
fastboot oem device-info (failed (remote: unknown command)
fastboot oem unlock (failed (remote: unknown command)
I cant get the phone into fastboot or recovery using the volume keys, it just doesn't work.
So I cant Root it which is annoying and I can't get Twerp recovery installed due to the above problems.
Any ideas?

These are not true ADB teams, these are old teams for an older android!
Here I described the instructions in detail, you can use the online translator !?
    fastboot devices    (проверка соединения с устройством)
    fastboot flashing unlock   (разблокировка/подтверждаем кнопкой "+")
    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img   (прошивка образов)
    fastboot oem reboot-recovery            ( перезагрузка в режим recovery,прямо из под fastboot)
These are the basic commands that you may need.
Also do not forget who has windows 10,
you need to find instructions in gpoogle on how to run the CMD console on it, because PowerShell does not support these commands
 
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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Mon May 25, 2020 3:47 am

tommo wrote:
Serge, good to hear from you, and thank you for the links.

And they work, and that is great! But now I have a phone that is rooted and with an unlocked bootloader, and so GooglePay will not work. I need google pay for my work also!

If someone can provide me a solution I will give you €50... And Blackview should give you a job!

Please help.
Best regards,
Tom.

Why do you think so?? Have you checked ??
Why does it work for me ??
In addition, unlocking the bootloader is nothing to worry about! And the root of the law can be removed. To do this, flash the original boot .img into the smartphone and the root of the rights will not be in your smartphone !!
I don’t understand why everything works for me, even with access root ??
 
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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Mon May 25, 2020 5:07 am

Why do you think so?? Have you checked ??

I have now.

I tried setting up a card in GooglePay and I received a message saying:

Couldn't finish setup to pay in shops... This phone can't be used to pay in shops. This may be because it is rooted or altered in some other way.

So I can re-flash 'boot' sector? Is that enough? When I do a root test, it says I don't have root because I removed Magisk, but I still fail gpay test. I think it is the bootloader unlock, but you have that unlocked as well, and your gpay works?
To try to reflash boot I use spflashtool and choose which options?

Thanks.
 
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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Sat May 30, 2020 6:28 am

No, I can't get gpay to work after unlocking.

On boot I have 'orange state' message saying phone cannot be trusted.

When trying to use gpay I get a message telling me my phone cannot be used to pay in shops this may be because it is rooted or altered in some other way.

I also have massively increased battery usage. Previously I would have about 50% remaining at the end of the day. Now with the autostart apps I empty the battery before the end of the day. Have you experienced this?

Can you give explain the steps you have taken to get everything working in the right order?

Cheers,
Tom. (Still trying)
 
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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Tue Jun 02, 2020 10:11 pm

Serge,

I have just found the no-root way to autostart apps. So I have done this and don't need to unlock bootloader.

Please, can you send my 'thanks' to Klud as I am not able.

Of course, my thanks to you also for all your help.

I think I now have all I need, but it is late and I will have to check tomorrow.

Regards,
Tom.

(Why did Blackview not provide access to this freemanager app? SERIOUSLY?? CRAZY.)
 
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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Wed Jun 03, 2020 4:12 pm

tommo wrote:
Serge,

I have just found the no-root way to autostart apps. So I have done this and don't need to unlock bootloader.

Please, can you send my 'thanks' to Klud as I am not able.

Of course, my thanks to you also for all your help.

I think I now have all I need, but it is late and I will have to check tomorrow.

Regards,
Tom.

(Why did Blackview not provide access to this freemanager app? SERIOUSLY?? CRAZY.)

hi dude. Can you share this way with us? thanks lot
 
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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Sun Jun 07, 2020 3:52 am

marek85 wrote:
hi dude. Can you share this way with us? thanks lot

This method has long been described on the resource 4pda
ссылка:  
for android 8 root rights are not needed !! The system has an application for managing auto start but for some reason it’s hidden, there is no shortcut on the desktop.
called FreeManager application. with the help of third-party utilities, you need to create a shortcut for this application and in it already note what should work after rebooting the device.
Here in more detail:
I repeat, this method only works on android_8
alternative way to create a shortcut to hidden applications:
need Nova Launcher,  link to video instruction
 
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Re: Upgrade to Android 9.0 for P60 version

Wed Jun 24, 2020 12:04 pm

i am using this ROM, with the bootloader unlocked and rooted. google pay works just as it should. it yours does not, try using 'magisk hide' in the magisk manager app

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