Howdy all, Happy 4th!
I’m presently running Iodé, which appears to be based on the Lineageos port the Indian college student who appears to be Teracube’s system software team doesn’t appear to have what it takes to get things like WiFi calling working. (Sad!). (Same story with TWRP and encryption: Sad!). Without TWRP and a working Lineageos build, Teracube will never be taken seriously by the XDA community. Posting sorta-almost-works builds at XDA obviously doesn’t count, judging by lack of interest.
Maybe their stock builds are mostly done by the Chinese who make the phones (spyware!) or some contractor. Anyways, WiFi calling is said to work, and I need it, so I’m thinking of reverting to stock, but the revert instructions all seem to be Windows based and using some special software.
Can it be done just using standard Linux tools like fastboot and adb? If there aren’t partition layout issues, it should be straightforward: ‘fastboot flash etcetc’.
Hopefully stock is usable after rooting, installing fdroid, using Package Manager to remove stock spyware, bloatware, etc.