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Is it still possible to install firefox os in zte a21plus (Unagi)

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I've tried to install firefox os on my zte a21plus. But got stuck. I repeated all the process but I've got the same error. So is it still possible to install firefox os on my phone?

I've tried to install firefox os on my zte a21plus. But got stuck. I repeated all the process but I've got the same error. So is it still possible to install firefox os on my phone?

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This was asked about in the meeting yesterday. I do not think that this build is supported any longer.

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Andrew
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What error message did you receive?

You can find helpful resources at the developer network as well as how to get help: https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Mozilla/Firefox_OS

What error message did you receive? You can find helpful resources at the developer network as well as how to get help: https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Mozilla/Firefox_OS

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When I run ./flash.sh there is an error "image is too large try to run rm -rf out/target/product/uangi/data && ./build.sh" For my sorrow it is not helpful. The error message appears again. My phone is zte a21plus. It is rooted. Maybe I have to rebuild all the system, but I don't know how. At first build there was an error message that cmake not found. After I installed it and run ./build.sh again. But this didn't solve the problem.

When I run ./flash.sh there is an error "image is too large try to run rm -rf out/target/product/uangi/data && ./build.sh" For my sorrow it is not helpful. The error message appears again. My phone is zte a21plus. It is rooted. Maybe I have to rebuild all the system, but I don't know how. At first build there was an error message that cmake not found. After I installed it and run ./build.sh again. But this didn't solve the problem.
guigs 1072 solutions 11697 answers

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This was asked about in the meeting yesterday. I do not think that this build is supported any longer.

This was asked about in the meeting yesterday. I do not think that this build is supported any longer.

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Oh, what a pity. Thank you.

Oh, what a pity. Thank you.