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sultan.of.swing

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Hey guys just browsing here and saw the questions about stuttering. What branch if magisk are you flashing? Maybe try magisk canary? I'm on crdroid and using 120hz refresh rate but not noticing anything. It's only been a couple of days though... Hope you guys find a solution.
I was not rooted and still had the stuttering. I went back to stock and am waiting for Pixel 6 Pro release and getting rid if the OP9Pro. Huge letdown after having such great success with the OP7Pro.
 

Ravel7774

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I just installed carbonrom 0922 build with microg. So far so good. Not a straightforward installation process though. If you install microg from fdroid after flashing carbonrom, notifications will fail to register.
 

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    CarbonROM is an aftermarket firmware based on the Android Open Source Project. We are dedicated to fast, stable, and feature-filled ROMs, honesty and communication with our users, and openness with our code. We like frequent builds, with the very latest and greatest hardware support and fixes. We strive to not only provide you with the best ROM we can build, but also to give back to the Android community and our fellow developers. For us, this is about creating something we can be proud of and hope you will enjoy.

    Please feel free to look, build, and use our code at CarbonROM's GitHub...

    What is R?
    Our release of Android 11, titled CR-9.0.
    It provides you with the features you need while keeping the focus on delivering an elegant, smooth, and well polished experience. R delivers a set of unique features, like a system-wide font engine that also allows for applying fonts on user apps while supporting user fonts through custom APKs generated on fonts.carbonrom.org. We are confident you'll love it, and there's many more things to discover ;)

    Disclaimer:
    While we make every effort to test these builds as much as possible, we are not responsible for anything that may happen to your device, family, pets, or perception of reality. We ask that you do your part to know your device and know how to recover from problems before you flash! As always, make sure to do backups.

    Support:
    We spend an astonishing amount of time developing this software. We can't spend much time on XDA as a result, so if you need support, please try the following:

    1) Search. Search, search, search. Yes, you. I don't care how unique or important your question is, it's very likely someone has addressed it already. Especially if you're even close to new at this.
    2) Ask a question in your device forum. Someone will no doubt try to help you. Warning: this help may come in the form of telling you it's a dumb question that has been asked before. See step 1 - such are the perils of asking questions when you haven't done the research yourself. Android is about helping yourself.
    3) Join our Discord server or Telegram group! There, you can connect with other Carbon users and our developers, and you can get quicker responses to your bug reports. The invite link is right below.

    Install Instructions:
    You should start off with the latest OxygenOS stable build on both slots and then proceed to flash Carbon.

    The easiest way to do that is by installing the latest Version and then copy it by flashing the copy-partitions script made by LineageOS in the recovery. (See install Instructions for the recovery)

    The recommended way to install is using the CarbonRecovery linked below.
    • Download the ROM and optionally GApps, reboot to recovery by flashing the boot and vendor_boot images using
      Code:
      fastboot flash boot lemonadep-YYYYMMDD-HHMM-boot.img
      fastboot flash vendor_boot lemonadep-YYYYMMDD-HHMM-vendor_boot.img
      followed by booting to recovery through the bootloader.
    • Sideload the ROM. (Apply Update -> Apply from ADB -> Connect to PC ->
      Code:
      adb sideload CARBON-CR-9.0-R-WEEKLY-lemonadep-YYYYMMDD-HHMM.zip
    • Reboot recovery (to switch between slots)
    • Flash GApps/MicroG through sideload like above (optional)
    • Factory reset -> Format data/factory reset (Make sure to have a backup of your data)
    • Done
    Followup builds can be updated through the builtin CarbonDelta Updater or by dirtyflashing.

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    Hey,

    is there no list of features ans improvements?
    You can check carbon rom's homepage for features.
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    Stuttery scrolling is related to the 60Hz display mode. Try changing to 120Hz and it's fine. It's known and happens on most of the High-Refresh-Rate OnePlus devices across multiple ROMs but a "solution" to that is yet to be found.
    Stuttery for me as well even on 120hz mode.
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    Stuttery for me as well even on 120hz mode.
    Can you share some more information on your config (e.g. GApps and such) as well as where the stuttering happens? I'll gladly take a look then. So far I can't seem to reproduce it though, and the 9 Pro is my daily driver 🤔
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    Can you share some more information on your config (e.g. GApps and such) as well as where the stuttering happens? I'll gladly take a look then. So far I can't seem to reproduce it though, and the 9 Pro is my daily driver 🤔
    I was running opengapps nano, I also had the same stuttering with LineageOS so not sure if it's the gapps package that was causing it.
    The stuttering was during scrolling and it didn't matter where it always did it.