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I had the same problem while upgrading to CM13 from CM12.1. You can solve this problem without deleting your database files and therefore losing data as suggested in the other answers. The culprit seems to be broken database onUpgrade code in the TelephonyProvider of CM. The ppp_number column of the carriers table does not exists, but the upgrade code ...


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I seem to have all these issues resolved now. Firstly I forced a format of my data partition, by flashing TWRP, switching the filesystem for /data to ext4, and then switching back to f2fs. This means that instead of just deleting files as it tends to do during a wipe it has to recreate the entire filesystem, removing those troublesome files from before in ...


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I'm writing this here because I am unable to comment. You could try a clean install i.e. wipe system, data, cache partitions and flash ROM & GApps packages. OpenGApps recommends that you flash OpenGApps package right after you flash the ROM without any reboots in between https://github.com/opengapps/opengapps/wiki/Notes-for-Android-6.0 (I know this is ...


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There are some options out there, to answer your question directly the LG G2 has dual-boot support thanks to savoca on XDA who developed this custom bootloader for the G2. Here's a quotation of what it is: Autoboot is a custom bootloader that comes with many features not allowed by the stock LG bootloader, such as fastboot access and dual booting ...


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The wiki mentions that in order to use capps you need Cyanogenmod 12.1, what doesn't mention is that is not compatible with Cyanogenmod 13. The wiki also comes with uninstall instructions. (You don't need to wipe and flash add I thought first). Uninstall Note: Requires Root You will need to enter the following commands to remove C-Apps. Connect your ...


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The internal graphics driver was out of date. Updating the vendor image solved the problem. Updating also fixed a non-working camera. CyanogenMod ROMs do not provide updated device-specific drivers ("vendor"), baseband firmware ("radio"; for cellular devices only), or bootloaders. These are stored on their own partitions and must be flashed manually at the ...


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The file with the .ab extension is what you need for that (AB = Android Backup). You can restore it manually from your PC using adb restore com.identifier.name.ab. Requirement for that is the ADB installed on your computer; details on that can be found via the adb tag-wiki – and if you don't want to install the entire Android SDK, take a special look at Is ...


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You can use an automation app here. Automate Setup a flow like this: (Click image to enlarge) Location of relevant blocks: Interface → Screen Orientation? Settings → Wallpaper image set After setting it up, make sure to install the permission it asks for - set wallpaper. This worked in my COS12 and PA build of Android 5.1 but somehow ...


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Android Pay checks the operating system and if it's not stock Android, it will refuse to run. Some people have reported on that they have fooled the app into working by changing the default.prop file and others install a custom APK of the older version of Google Wallet. Otherwise, there's no way to run Android Pay on CyanogenMod or any other custom ROM.


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Another update- CM13 Jan 9, 2016 build, using Nubia Z7 Max, NX505J phone This command (ln -s /sbin/mkfs.f2fs /system/bin/mkfs.f2fs) is no longer needed as the file lives here again. There is no need to create a symbolic link. This command no longer needs to be in HEX and if you enter hex your PW will be hex. cryptfs enablecrypto wipe password 666f6f - ...


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Late answer, but the sure way to disable everything is to run this command at startup or set this in your build.prop: setprop persist.sys.usb.config none which is equivalent to charge-only. That also disables ADB. If you need adb regularly, then: setprop persist.sys.usb.config adb will allow adb when developer options are checked. I would not ...



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