When updating over the OTA updater I also got the corrupt file message. I then downloaded it manually and dirty flashed it with TWRP and it worked without a problem, so this does not seem to be a general problem. Did you install OpenGApps and Magisk again after flashing the update? However I don't know why the OTA updater does output the corrupt file error, maybe this is something the developer has to have a look at.
On another note, I like to disable the media cover art on the lockscreen, but I saw that the "media cover art on lockscreen" switch does not disable the cover art. I am able to change how it should be displayed (e.g. as grayscale) but disabling this switch does not disable the cover art on the lockscreen. @8224Freak would it be possible to have a look at this?
yes i have a issue with the OTA Updater. Please update manualy.
1. Download new build.
2. Reboot to TWRP
3. Flash new build and twrp installer zip.
4. Reboot into TWRP
5. Optional: Flash Gapps and Magisk
6. Reboot System
For the latest build, i have fixed this issue with a workaround.
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