Thanks. I might try that cyanogenmod version you suggested on the next lazy weekend
Realme device – Problem after Android update: android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: no such column: isPrimary (code 1 SQLITE_ERROR)
Paladium72 last edited by devvv4ever
Have a problem after updating to the latest version.
I get always this error.
android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: no such column: isPrimary (code 1 SQLITE_ERROR)
What’s wrong with my settings?
Regards for your help
thank you for also writing here. Just for the other users - this error is caused by a faulty update on realme devices. The update broke the system app “Calendar storage” and even a wipe of the app does not resolve the problem. One user reportet to get it working again after a full factory reset of the device. But we’re not sure if this solves this issue for all users.
affected devices: Realme x2 pro (realme RMX1931 with Android 10)
I will try to wipe my Cellphone and give a feedback later.
Thank you for your assist in this case. If that a Realme problem i will open a Case in there Support.
They have to fix that in the next update.
Thank you very much and i let you know after my work…
hypervtechnics last edited by
Did the factory reset solve your problem? I am having similar issues.
Yes after a full factory reset I have now a full functional DAVx5.
Hard way but is working for me.
Hey, I too am affected by that annoying bug (http://paste.debian.net/1149046/), but I’m 95% sure it appeared many weeks after I updated my phone.
So I’m not sure this is only due to the Realme EU update.
Which version of the realme UI do you guys have?
Realme Ui 1.0
On https://www.realme.com/eu/support/software-update, you can see the latest version for x2 pro is
RMX1931EX_11.C.26. Do you have that also?
Paladium72 last edited by Paladium72
No it’s the
Have made now the update to
Works for me…
For information, version 26 did not fix the problem, version 27 did (received just today).
Have found it out after the update from my wife’s phone…
All working now…