Originally Posted by Quinny899
I don't have a OnePlus phone to test on, could you try the original version (1.0), see if that works? If not, enable the developer option in the phone's system settings for force dark, then pm me the result of "adb shell getprop" from a PC (you can remove any information you want from it, as it may contain serials and the like, so long as you leave any references to force dark in place)
Hi, I have PMed you the results of this command. I have OnePlus 7 Pro running Oxygen OS Open Beta Android 10 (released Sept 3), latest unofficial TWRP, Canary-stream Magisk root. When I install the current DarQ apk, give it root permissions and Accessibility permissions, the app does not appear to have any ability to control the force-dark setting for all apps, or any apps individually.
If there's any solution, thank you in advance! When I manually enable force-dark in the Developer Options, imho the Google Now app, Assistant, Instagram, WhastApp, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and a few other apps look great. But others (Snapchat and Facebook) become unusable.
If there's an alternative free path to forcing dark mode on a per-app basis (Riru, EdXposed, Taichi, Tasker, Substratum, etc.) that is safe for Android 10, I would love to know. (I'm aware Swift Black can do it in Substratum for a couple of bucks.)