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How to fix sensor issues on android q [guide]

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By zaacc, Member on 7th September 2019, 06:56 PM
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First thing to do is to unlock bootloader and then root your device. Then go to terminal on pc and enable usb debugging. type:
adb shell
su
then copy and paste all this into the terminal window : https://del.dog/asovalisad.pl then type enter.
if you go to aida 64 it will tell you that all your sensors are working again. DO NOT REBOOT, FIX DOESN'T STICK AFTER REBOOT Tested on Pixel 3 (blueline) but it should work on every pixel. full credit to @ab123321 and @_LLJY
 
 
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Add "sync"
Hey if you're touching the persist partition, you'll want to add a "sync" command to flush content out to the disk / UFS.
10th September 2019, 08:38 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by zaacc

First thing to do is to unlock bootloader and then root your device. Then go to terminal on pc and enable usb debugging. type:
adb shell
su
then copy and paste all this into the terminal window : https://del.dog/asovalisad.pl then type enter.
if you go to aida 64 it will tell you that all your sensors are working again. DO NOT REBOOT, FIX DOESN'T STICK AFTER REBOOT Tested on Pixel 3 (blueline) but it should work on every pixel. full credit to @ab123321 and @_LLJY

Thank you for sharing the script.

A suggestion to try out: put this script in init so it is initialised at each reboot.

Let us know if it works!
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