Installed in less than 10 minutes, booted up in less than 10 seconds, fine(via Oracle VM). Looks good, I like the centralized icon bar(if you have a widescreen monitor, this is a feature you want to have without 3rd party tools)!
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Today installed, this is the last open beta according to the changelog:
Download link: https://otafsg1.h2os.com/patch/amazone2/GLO/OnePlus7Oxygen/OnePlus7Oxygen_13.W.60_GLO_0600_2106030127/OnePlus7Oxygen_13.W.60_OTA_0600_all_2106030127_d981945628ab0.zip
There's no TWRP available which works with Android 11. That's the problem.
Reflashing the stock boot.img and your device should boot again. For root you can patch your stock boot.img with magisk app and flash afterwards with fastboot.
The following topics already exist with written guides:
1. Unlock Xiaomi Mi 11 --> https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/rooting-the-mi-11-with-the-latest-xiaomi-eu-rom.4232347/post-84573491 or https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/rom-miui-venus-xiaomi-eu-rom-for-xiaomi-mi-11.4219357/...
Please use existing threads like
for general device recommendations and comparison.
It works flawlessly(v188.8.131.52) with A10/11 and every other version before. I'm using it since 12 years :cool:
But there might be issues with backup/restore of specific android and specific app settings, as mentioned before.
But it's more flexible than TWRP or nandroid backups can be, at least...
I'm using Titanium Backup which backups all apps and most setting. Those backups will be synced to a storage off the phone randomly(with SyncMe). That's for me the best way for years cause TWRP backups are always not so handy when you want to restore specific apps or app settings. It's cumbersome...
I had no issues when updating from A10 to A11 with twrp-3.4.0 or 3.3.1-79 but i think that was just during the update process. If you're decide to install or root from scratch, it wont work anymore and that was my test so i reworked the guide to use patched boot.img until twrp for A11 is...
I did it exactly like(first post) this when I updated from OOS10 to OOS11:
1. [OPTIONAL, but highly recommended]Backup everything in case of issues!
2. Go to Magisk Manager App and uninstall all modules
2.1 [Optional]: For some modules(read those instructions) you should do an reboot...
Might be possible that there's a calculation issue regarding your battery level, but that's guessing around.
In my opinion it would be helpful to make a new dump and check if the battery level is the same as shown in the system and not 65% where it should be 80% according to your information 🙂
The idle dump looks fine with just 0.4%/h drain.
But your usage dump seems to start from 65% battery instead of 80% or higher: Level lost [%]: Bat.: -43%(65% to 22%) [2,2%/h]
Do you have attached the correct one?
Do you have any mods that you still using since your prior phone, especially the...
encrypted is no problem as the stock recovery can handle it too. Did you try to flash a stock boot.img from your current system and boot the system?
Currently the TWRP isn't working on Android 11 so you can only patch a boot.img file with Magisk.
I reworked the guide and tested it for Android...
If you can post signal strenghts over time, cpu usage over time, wakeup per apps over time and lot of more interesting parameters you're good to go;)
Time should be over night at least 6h minimum without touching the device.
Otherwise it't easier to follow the recommendations to generate the...
It's also available in a free version like mentioned within the link, so you can test it.
Nobody knows your setup of your phone, so this app helps to break things down to a level which can be compared and analyzed as you can see from the linked thread 🙂
Since years this app helps to identify...