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  1. XDA-Developer30

    Post [ROM][11][whyred] Pixel Experience [Stable][OFFICIAL]

    I just updated a couple hours ago, I didn't wipe dalvik. I've never wiped dalvik for a dirty flash before, but there isn't anything wrong with being on the safe side.
  2. XDA-Developer30

    Post [ROM][11][whyred] Pixel Experience [Stable][OFFICIAL]

    Dirty flash: Install new update using TWRP over current installation, no need to wipe. Clean flash: Wipe dalvik, format ROM partition before installing a ROM using TWRP.
  3. XDA-Developer30

    Post [ROM][11][whyred] Pixel Experience [Stable][OFFICIAL]

    The only way I know of to do this is to disable Google assistant completely. This can be done in normal settings under default apps.
  4. XDA-Developer30

    Post [ROM][11][whyred] Pixel Experience [Stable][OFFICIAL]

    You can remove the padding using the Fullscreen/Immersive Gesture Mods for Android 10-11 Magisk module. You can look at the README for more information about installation. The option I chose was Immersive (With the Pill + Small Spacing under the keyboard) I'll attach an image below so you can...
  5. XDA-Developer30

    Post [GSI][UNOFFICIAL][11] Pixel Experience & Pixel Experience Plus

    I believe it's a similar problem to the one I had, so I think configuring the APN settings should work, as long as the right configuration is used.
  6. XDA-Developer30

    Post [GSI][UNOFFICIAL][11] Pixel Experience & Pixel Experience Plus

    I had the same issue when I first installed the ROM, I manged to resolve it by manually configuring the APNs for mobile network. I found a useful guide here, some of the fields for the configuration are vendor specific so you might need to find your vendors APN before hand.
  7. XDA-Developer30

    Post How do I extract a boot image from a GSI rom without TWRP.

    Thank you for the reply, I forgot to mention that I used Hsnmastoor's method successfully.
  8. XDA-Developer30

    Post How do I extract a boot image from a GSI rom without TWRP.

    Thank you for replying, The phone is the Cubot X20 pro, it is running the Unofficial Pixel Experience GSI ROM.
  9. XDA-Developer30

    Thread How do I extract a boot image from a GSI rom without TWRP.

    I recently bought a Chinese phone from a relatively unknown manufacturer, so I was unable to find any TWRP images that match the device, I was wondering if it was possible to extract the boot image directly from a GSI ROM. My end goal is to install Magisk so if there is a better way to go about...