I've installed CyanogenMod 12.1 (stable branch:
cm-12.1-20151117-SNAPSHOT-YOG7DAO1K9) on my phone (MotoX, 1st gen) using Clockwork Recovery, including the version of OpenGApps recommended on CM wiki, and SuperSU. There are three issues i've noticed - putting them all here in case they're related...
- App install from Play Store triggers soft reboot
Android is upgrading, Starting appsmessage on every boot
- Can't copy files to device:
The device has either stopped responding or has been disconnected
I've searched around but advice seems pretty thin.
UPDATE: I've checked
adb logcat during install, and found that this seems to happen shortly prior to reboot:
F/PackageManager( 5905): java.io.FileNotFoundException: /data/system/users/0/package-restrictions.xml: open failed: ENOENT (No such file or directory)
Having checked for the file I can confirm it's not there. Is there a replacement I can add in order to resolve this? I've noticed that any new users created do have this file, though it doesn't seem possible to copy it across, even with root.
UPDATE2: Somehow i have files located in
When I format in preparation for reinstall these files cannot be removed. I've also tried using root and adb shell to delete with no success. As a result apps seem to persist across OS reinstalls.
I think the best thing to try now is a manual reformat of the data partition...