Question 1+9 pro vs pixel 6 pro?

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I've just switched from a Oneplus 9 to a Pixel 6 Pro and the only things I am missing are the alert slider, face unlock and the smaller pre-Android 12 quick settings with separate wifi and data toggles. Apart from that everything is either the same or better. I got sick of the bugs in my Oneplus 9, especially a significant Android Auto one which does not occur on the Pixel.
 

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I've just switched from a Oneplus 9 to a Pixel 6 Pro and the only things I am missing are the alert slider, face unlock and the smaller pre-Android 12 quick settings with separate wifi and data toggles. Apart from that everything is either the same or better. I got sick of the bugs in my Oneplus 9, especially a significant Android Auto one which does not occur on the Pixel.
For separate wifi and data toggles you have to put this in adb

settings put global settings_provider_model false
settings put secure sysui_qs_tiles “wifi,cell,$(settings get secure sysui_qs_tiles)”

I did that with Android 12
 
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For separate wifi and data toggles you have to put this in adb

settings put global settings_provider_model false
settings put secure sysui_qs_tiles “wifi,cell,$(settings get secure sysui_qs_tiles)”

I did that with Android 12
I did that earlier today, but it still only means two quick settings per row instead of the six I use to have on the OnePlus.
 
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I did that earlier today, but it still only means two quick settings per row instead of the six I use to have on the OnePlus.
If you root, take your pick or combine for your choice of modifications. I use both of the first two right now for different features, although I've used the third in the past - maybe sometime I'll revisit the third one.
Here is how mine looks at the moment (I used Magisk Eraser on my Wi-Fi SSID):
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If you root, take your pick or combine for your choice of modifications. I use both of the first two right now for different features, although I've used the third in the past - maybe sometime I'll revisit the third one.
Here is how mine looks at the moment (I used Magisk Eraser on my Wi-Fi SSID):
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hello! how did you make such a QS panel?
 
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hello! how did you make such a QS panel?
The QuickSettings style is from the first item in my list above. StatusBar items I modified using the second item in my list. The third item in my list, Themer, has the ability to enlarge the clock in the QQS (Quick QuickSettings / first swipe down), so I might try it again and see if it'll play nice with both of the other modifications.

Note that although the options I chose in the first two modifications work with each other just fine, note that doesn't guarantee they'll keep working together, but I hope they do. The first item appears to override the second item as far as QuickSettings, at least for me.
 

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    I've just switched from a Oneplus 9 to a Pixel 6 Pro and the only things I am missing are the alert slider, face unlock and the smaller pre-Android 12 quick settings with separate wifi and data toggles. Apart from that everything is either the same or better. I got sick of the bugs in my Oneplus 9, especially a significant Android Auto one which does not occur on the Pixel.
    For separate wifi and data toggles you have to put this in adb

    settings put global settings_provider_model false
    settings put secure sysui_qs_tiles “wifi,cell,$(settings get secure sysui_qs_tiles)”

    I did that with Android 12
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    For separate wifi and data toggles you have to put this in adb

    settings put global settings_provider_model false
    settings put secure sysui_qs_tiles “wifi,cell,$(settings get secure sysui_qs_tiles)”

    I did that with Android 12
    I did that earlier today, but it still only means two quick settings per row instead of the six I use to have on the OnePlus.