[8.12.27] Updater has stopped


Apr 11, 2013
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#1
Now that i enabled crash dialog and ANR, I see that Updater app is crashing on each boot.
"Unfortunately, Updater has stopped" (not sure of the exact english msg cause my phone is set to french)

- Like advised here, I tried to delete the app data : setting>>Installed Apps>>Updater App>>Clear Data>> Clear all data
- Tried to wipe dalvik&cache from twrp
- I checked permissions too, there's only one required by the app : Storage and it is enabled (just in case, i tried to make it cycle too)

android.app.Remote ServiceException: Context.startForegroundService() did not then call Service.startForeground(): ServiceRecord{2b08201 uo pl.zdunex25.updater/.AlarmService)
at android.app.ActivityThread$H.handleMessage(Unknown Source:335)
at android.os.Handler.dispatchMessage(Unknown Source: 21)
at android.os.Looper.loop(Unknown Source:208)
at android.app.ActivityThread.main(Unknown Source:107)
at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Native Method)
at com.android.internal.os.RuntimeInit$MethodAndArgsCaller.run(Unknown Source:11)
at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.main(Unknown Source:274)
 
Apr 11, 2013
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#4
weekly
xiaomi.eu_multi_MI8_8.12.27_v10-9.zip
then
xiaomi.eu_multi_MI8_9.1.3_v10-9.zip

phone log :
  • new phone
  • bootloader unlocking
  • global stable 10.1.2 PEAMIFI 20181211 9.0 install from miflash
  • twrp install from fastboot command
  • wipe all (dalvik+cache+system+data+internal storage) from twrp
  • reboot to recovery
  • xiaomi.eu dev 8.12.27 install from twrp
  • reboot to system
  • magisk install from twrp
  • reboot to system
  • wipe dalvik+cache from twrp
  • xiaomi.eu dev 9.1.3 install from twrp
  • wipe dalvik+cache from twrp
 
Apr 11, 2013
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#8
For now if you could check Updater app version, it should be 7.0 or 7.1
Bash:
dipper:/ # pm dump pl.zdunex25.updater | grep -i version                                                                                
    versionCode=70 minSdk=19 targetSdk=27
    versionName=7.0
    apkSigningVersion=1
...
edit : just in case if you didnt yet notice this stackoverflow link that seems related to the context of this error (the crash occurs right after the end of boot)
 
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Sep 25, 2017
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I did, but look fixed code already on its place for 7.1+:

and at this moment does not FC for me on Oreo and the team (Oreo/Pie)
 
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