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By Lord Boeffla, Recognized Developer on 16th December 2016, 04:11 PM
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23rd December 2016, 05:15 AM |#21  
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I'm sure I'm on f2fs. Even TWRP says I'm on f2fs. 3T comes stock with f2fs. This is the output of mount | grep data, but since I'm using magisk I think the output has many partitions and I can't make sense of it.

I think the ext4 tweaks toggle is working fine since it reverts to off automatically when the app is restarted. Thanks!

Here is the output: https://hastebin.com/iwokiramek.hs

Ok, but no - the switch should not even appear in your case. I can confirm based on your output, the file system on data is f2fs.
But I see also you are using magisk, which creates a hell lot of additional mounts. I am pretty sure my app is getting confused by that.
Now I have to try and search for this in an offline way, as I will for sure never install magisk myself.
Let's see how I can harden that.

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So it is not oos 4.0.0 compatible

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Of course not.

No 4.0.0 rom out officially, no sources...

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23rd December 2016, 07:52 AM |#22  
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I'm fairly new here and so might be missing something, but I get the Safety Net bypass fail using the SafetyNet Helper app. My setup consists of Oxygen OS 3.5.3, this kernel, system-less SuperSU, SU Hide and Root Switch app for enabling/disabling root. I then disabled the root using Root Switch, then checked the SafetyNet Helper app to check SafetyNet status, but it showed me "Error Msg: Response payload validation failed". I have attached screenshots.
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23rd December 2016, 07:55 AM |#23  
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23rd December 2016, 08:00 AM |#24  
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I'm fairly new here and so might be missing something, but I get the Safety Net bypass fail using the SafetyNet Helper app. My setup consists of Oxygen OS 3.5.3, this kernel, system-less SuperSU, SU Hide and Root Switch app for enabling/disabling root. I then disabled the root using Root Switch, then checked the SafetyNet Helper app to check SafetyNet status, but it showed me "Error Msg: Response payload validation failed". I have attached screenshots.

Maybe someone else can comment. I am out here, never needed the safety net stuff myself.

Sorry
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23rd December 2016, 09:06 AM |#25  
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I'm fairly new here and so might be missing something, but I get the Safety Net bypass fail using the SafetyNet Helper app. My setup consists of Oxygen OS 3.5.3, this kernel, system-less SuperSU, SU Hide and Root Switch app for enabling/disabling root. I then disabled the root using Root Switch, then checked the SafetyNet Helper app to check SafetyNet status, but it showed me "Error Msg: Response payload validation failed". I have attached screenshots.

Try SafetyNet Playground. Sometimes SafetyNet Helper doesn't want to work right.

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23rd December 2016, 11:58 AM |#26  
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I'm fairly new here and so might be missing something, but I get the Safety Net bypass fail using the SafetyNet Helper app. My setup consists of Oxygen OS 3.5.3, this kernel, system-less SuperSU, SU Hide and Root Switch app for enabling/disabling root. I then disabled the root using Root Switch, then checked the SafetyNet Helper app to check SafetyNet status, but it showed me "Error Msg: Response payload validation failed". I have attached screenshots.

Suhide is not being updated as far as I know. It should not work with November or December security patches. Use magisk hide and phh Superuser if you want root and safety net. I would discuss this in the appropriate thread instead of the kernel thread (since the kernel has done it's job by providing the safety net patch)
23rd December 2016, 12:21 PM |#27  
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I think it would be a logical idea to stop the "Glad to see you posts" or similar, otherwise this thread will be quickly filled up with such, instead of the Real McCoy. The Thanks button & the donation (where people feel it is appropriate) of at least 2.49 Euros as stated in the OP, is all that is really needed.

Also feel it is appropriate to say:

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to one & all
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23rd December 2016, 12:40 PM |#28  
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Hi all,

we got a source update from OnePlus yesterday, so here we go with a new beta:

Version 1.0-beta2
23.12.2016
  • Update: Merge in latest OnePlus sources as of 22.12.2016
Enjoy
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23rd December 2016, 01:24 PM |#29  
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Yep, and also means, your data partition is not formatted with f2fs (my op3t came with /data on f2fs)... lucky you. I love ext4 much more, I even consider reformatting /data with ext4 soon, hehe.

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So did mine.

Formatted to EXT4 the first day I got it lol
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23rd December 2016, 02:18 PM |#30  
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So did mine.

Formatted to EXT4 the first day I got it lol

Ha! You are my hero!

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23rd December 2016, 02:19 PM |#31  
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Gained 2 or 3 GB of storage by switching back to EXT4 and it boots faster also
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