Everything will be great
Finally something goes better
Thanks to NFound
(He has a system partition and bootloader Oreo beta B01)
we currently have:
ZTE A2017GV1.3.0B01 Oreo beta ROM
We need, Oreo beta A2017G Official ROM B01,
for normal installation via System Update.
Can anyone share with us,
(Fully functional, official Oreo beta G)
Really, please someone who owns it, to share it with us.
I paid this ZTE phone with my money and I remained stuck on Android 7.
Time passes inexorably and I just listen to empty stories.
ZTE is “full of hope to welcome the coming of dawn”.
ZTE sent an internal memo to its employees
after the first round of China-US trade talks concluded,
informing them of steps the company has taken to try to resolve
a seven-year US export ban that has threatened its survival.
If you already have Marshmallow Android (6)
older version than V1.0.0B10 on your phone.
First install Latest official firmware V1.0.0B10 Marshmallow Android (6)
Install Latest official firmware V1.2.0B10 Nougat Android (7.1.1)
Someone of you have this too ? (Network interupt)
First, inform yourself well,
about ZTE current situation, here:
(All ZTE download sites are offline)
Second, you can manually update your Axon 7 (A2017G)
with the help of these official firmware:
(Download & install latest official firmware V1.2.0B10 Android 7)
At your screenshoot I see that you are currently using
V1.2.0B05 (older version) of Android 7 on your phone.
author: Unjustified Dev
posted the following on xdadevelopers forum:
Just because we're quiet doesn't mean we aren't working.
We want something stable and we're pretty darn close.
author: Unjustified Dev
Great news for Axon 7 phone owners.
China asks U.S. to amend ZTE business ban
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has asked the United States to amend a seven-year ban
on American companies selling components and software to Chinese telecom equipment firm ZTE Corp,
two sources with knowledge of the matter said on Friday.
The U version of the U.S model is useless for us Europeans.
I am glad
that there is a fully functional U version.
The G version Oreo Beta (A2017G) also exists and is fully functional.
ZTE Fights Export Ban and Xi Outlines Cyber Goals
A Trump administration trade delegation will arrive in Beijing later this week,
kicking off the first official negotiations since the White House proposed retaliatory tariffs against China..
The denial order is likely to create existential problems for ZTE, which pled in administrative hearings that
an export ban would “effectively destroy the Company.” ZTE relies on American suppliers, like chipmaker Qualcomm
and optical manufacturer Lumentum, for as much as 30 percent of its components and will have to rapidly alter its supply
chains if the order remains in effect. ZTE will be in even more dire straits if the ban extends to intellectual property licenses
or software—for instance, if it costs ZTE its license to produce and sell phones using Google’s Android operating system.
But the ban will also have knock-on effects for American manufacturers who rely on sales to ZTE and could spur Chinese
manufacturers to accelerate their own development of computer chips, other components, and even operating systems..
The second biggest Android vendor in the world is making preparations to ditch Android
Following the ban on ZTE, we heard the Chinese company and Google have discussed the impact of the ban
and whether ZTE might find itself unable to use Android on future phones. At the time I speculated that ZTE
could build its own version of Android in response, though it would be an OS stripped of Google services
including the Play store, which is obviously an outcome Google would hate..
ZTE Oreo Beta program (Game over) 01.05.2018
ZTE Oreo Beta exists and is fully functional for daily use.
There are versions (A2017U) USA and (A2017G) Europe.
These beta versions will be coming soon, the testers themselves will give it to us.
somebody will appear soon..
do not have any available ZTE official announcement
about the fate of Oreo Android version
Latest official firmware V1.0.0B10
Marshmallow Android (6) for A2017G (Europe)
originally from the ZTE Germany website
Latest official firmware V1.2.0B10
Nougat Android (7.1.1) for A2017G (Europe)
originally from the ZTE Germany website
1.) Download to your computer.
1.) Copy the firmware to your phone.
3.) Install through System Update.
Oh what is this - LineageOS 15?
I will release when I want to.
Last edited by OrdenKrieger; Yesterday at 11:10 PM.
I will allow 5 people to join a test group on Telegram. If you want to join send me your name on XDA
LineageOS 15 is warmed up
A recent patent filing, with China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) shows a new ZTE handset, featuring a pair of screen notches.
It comes hot on the heels of yet another dual-notched ZTE design, dubbed the "Iceberg". So, it's safe to say the Chinese manufacturer
has really taken the controversial notch fad to heart. Literally doubling down on the concept might not be a bad idea either,
since with every polarizing design trend, there's always the possibility to hit niche gold status with just the right kind of odd offer.
MediaTek cuts off ZTE over Taiwan’s new approval requirement
ZTE faces growing problems following a recent US ban that prevents the nation’s companies from selling hardware to the Chinese company.
According to recent reports, Taiwan’s government has ordered local companies to stop doing business with ZTE until they get approval to resume.
MediaTek is one of those companies, and it has confirmed that it has ceased doing business with ZTE for now.
General Data Protection Regulation [GDPR] is the largest shake-up in consumer data protection law in recent history.
If you’re a developer, web admin, business owner, or user who operates/resides in the EU, GDPR will affect your digital life
in one way or another. Even if you’re based in the U.S. or elsewhere, you’ll feel its shock waves in the news cycles in the coming months.
If you’re EU-based, you might have already seen the new Terms and Conditions from Facebook, Instagram,
and other large corporations that handle your data. It’s a sign that they’re scrambling to adapt to the new regulations too.
If you haven’t already looked into GDPR’s provisions, or have buried your head in the sand, now’s the time
to get to know your responsibilities and rights as we come closer to the big switch on May 25.