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Upgrading from 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11 on an Aigo tablet fails #26
Original report at OpenRepos by @dalas_revo:
I might introduce an override for this after some more analysis:
Checking the battery charge is important, thus I want to avoid implementing an override, if a proper solution can be introduced.
it was indeed the first time for the Aigo, I only used your tool on the XA2 before. Not sure whether I can help, as things might have changed between 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124, which is my current version (I used the
Anyway, on 126.96.36.199 the outputs are:
Not sure if I understand correctly what information you need, but as you can see above there is no
but there is a
and there is a
Does this help?
a. Do not downgrade! While that may work under specific circumstances, any downgrade which affects more than the last version field ("point release") may result in an unusable SailfishOS installation (and downgrading over a stop release will almost certainly do that).
b. Thanks, this is all the information I need to employ a proper solution.
This is resolved in the v3.1 (currently "pre-") release.
Can you please issue these commands on your Aigo tablet:
See, if sfos-upgrade performs the battery checks (even if a check proper fails, this is fine, as long as sfos-upgrade now successfully manages to extract the battery information) and answer with "n", when ultimately asked, if you want to perform the upgrade.