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13th September 2017, 10:25 PM |#10001  
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Flash it with the 8/27 build from Sourceforge. I couldn't get r71 to work with crDroid 3.7. Works well with RR's 8/27 build.

Here's the link- https://sourceforge.net/projects/res...x/files/shamu/

I prob could do that might be better to wait for neo to put out a newer build I guess. I've found after some time rr official builds are less responsive than that of neos unofficial ones
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14th September 2017, 03:18 AM |#10002  
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September system images posted. Will this kernel be getting an update or does the r71 release already contain those patches?
14th September 2017, 05:24 AM |#10003  
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September system images posted. Will this kernel be getting an update or does the r71 release already contain those patches?

Keep the device in mind, whenever Google cuts off security patches or source blobs it's hard for devs to continue development..just a reminder the n6 doesn't have much further to go...
14th September 2017, 12:46 PM |#10004  
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Lol I know.. I've written kernels before. I was just curious if r71 already carried the patches we'd see in the stock September kernel. I already installed the September system update with the r71 kernel and all is well.

And I know we're at the end of the line for security patches (next month is it I believe). I'm getting a Pixel 2 so no worries.
14th September 2017, 07:26 PM |#10005  
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Using this kernel with Servicely on Lineage OS 14.1

Apps that have been market to sleep when screen is off in Servicely sometimes randomly get killed while I'm using them, happens a lot to the keyboard for example, but saw it frequently also kill Firefox or the Google camera.

Any tips?

Are you using the soft or hard killer?
14th September 2017, 07:27 PM |#10006  
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Pushed r72 with September security patches.
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14th September 2017, 07:49 PM |#10007  
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Pushed r72 with September security patches.

Awesome - Thanks, Franco!
14th September 2017, 08:45 PM |#10008  
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Are you using the soft or hard killer?

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Ended up disabling it for the above mentioned apps as it was quite difficult to use them.
Also, selecting the launcher to sleep while screen off was a bad idea, would have to wait 15-20sec for it to wake up once I turn screen on. (Nova Launcher)
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Hi guys, do any of you have the issue of the screen randomly going to max brightness, while in the dark, for ~30 sec and then lowering again? Or how to track what's causing it?
Wiped system, cache, dalvik. Reinstalled latest Nitrogen OS with r72
15th September 2017, 12:14 AM |#10010  
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is blueborne vulnerability fixed by boot image alone, or do i need the rom to have sept too?
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Ended up disabling it for the above mentioned apps as it was quite difficult to use them.
Also, selecting the launcher to sleep while screen off was a bad idea, would have to wait 15-20sec for it to wake up once I turn screen on. (Nova Launcher)

Yeah I don't really know what's up with it, I could never reproduce the issue with any device. Sorry.

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is blueborne vulnerability fixed by boot image alone, or do i need the rom to have sept too?

You need the ota release, the fix isn't in the Kernel.
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