Bliss OS 14.3 - 06.26.21 Updates
Bliss OS 14.3 - Generic Build
Since the last update, we have confirmed ARM64 emulation through ChromeOS v91's Houdini, and we have also fixed a number of DRM and Widevine problems, so apps that use those are also working now.
I also spent a good amount of time updating the new documentation site: https://docs.blissos.org and adding some troubleshooting tips and guides.
The build I am uploading today will not include Gearlock (no real reason, just didn't select it to include) so I will likely make another update with this combo kernel/mesa including Gearlock later in the week.
- Updated Mesa 21.1.3
- Updates for Intel graphics
- Lots more, check the changelog
!!WARNING!! The builds that use Kernel-5.2+ are no longer compatible with the AUTO_LOAD=old kernel command line option. If you are using this option to boot, then you will not be able to. It will bootloop.
PLEASE NOTE I recommend everyone testing to also use this in Vulkan mode or boot using gbm_gralloc (which is now the default). Vulkan mode can be done from the Advanced grub menu if you installed using the bootable installer, or if you used a different grub, you will want to add "VULKAN=1" to the grub entry before the word "quiet". If your device doesn't support Vulkan, you can add "GRALLOC=gbm" to the same place in your grub entry. Sleep states should work fine after that.
Other bootloop issues can also be solved by booting with GRALLOC=gbm command -line option.
Builds being uploaded:
- BlissOS-14.3-x86_64-202106261907_k-android12-5.10.46-ax86_m-21.1.3_r-x86_emugapps_cros-hd.iso ARM/ARM64 working
Known new issues:
- Sleep states aren't working right on a few machines. Some can cause SystemUI to restart.
- Some machines still have volume/sound issues, use 3rd party EQ or volume control.
- Still trying to get Bluetooth working on many devices. .
Website has been updated with most recent build links. Including a couple AOSP 11 builds (Stock & FOSS)
Check the downloads folder for the build changelog.
Thanks again 😉
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