In order to flash my X10ii running Android 12, I am using an USB hub because the procedure fails with USB3. The instructions are about using ASOP Android 10 but I have also downloaded the ASOP Android 12 and tried to use it but it fails
I can edit the flash.sh script in such a way, it will take this image instead. Does this make sense for you or ASOP Android 10 is the unique option available? Thanks.
I have found this thread about using ASOP Android 11 and the test failed but no harm have been done. The test was done on March 22th, possibly something might be changed in two months or not.
roberto@laptop: ~/Sailfish_OS-Jolla-18.104.22.168-xqau52-22.214.171.124$ sudo bash ./flash.sh --dry-run Flash utility v1.2 Detected Linux Searching device to flash.. Found XQ-AU52, serial:QxxxxxA, baseband:1xxxxx3, bootloader:1xxxxx5 Found matching device with serial QxxxxxA Fastboot command: fastboot -s QxxxxxA >> fastboot -s QxxxxxA getvar secure << secure: no The supported Sony Vendor partition image wasn't found in the current directory. Please download it from https://developer.sony.com/develop/open-devices/downloads/software-binaries/ Ensure you download the supported version of the image found under: "Software binaries for AOSP Android 10.0 - Kernel 4.14 - Seine" and unzip it into this directory. Note: information on which versions are supported is written in our Sailfish X installation instructions online https://jolla.com/sailfishxinstall