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Burt Squirtz

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Feb 11, 2018
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Moving to official OP11 from the OB2 release - it is more stable and quicker.

The stupid 24hour only clock issue still exists with anything except the default clock; ambient clock still reverts to default clock momentarily on unlock; but so far I haven't spotted any of the other annoying bugs from OB2.

Keyboard rendering with swipe navigation enabled is much improved!

this is all in your head. the speed is virtually identical. I'm staying on OB2 for more cutting edge goodies.
 

Philip

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I guess it's the new power menu. I have it also on other device with Android 11.
This is not a bug, and a standard Android 11 behavior, the power menu was replaced with the quick action menu that includes power menu functions.
Thanks - it's pretty brain dead, isn't it? For me it gives me options that I rarely use (boot to recovery/Emergency/Lockdown) at the start of the menu, and I have to drill down for options that I do use more frequently (Restart/Power Off). Doesn't even seem to be any way to customise it yet.

I'm running Nova on OB2 and I haven't noticed any lag.
Thanks. It seems that the lag on Nova Launcher was down to Automagic (when I switched off the Automagic service, it went back to normal speed). Looks like I'm going to have to climb the Tasker learning curve sooner than I had expected :(
 

FernBch

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Sep 14, 2009
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You didn't come from beta 11 or you would have been wiped.
Just figured that out. Had a brain phart there, lol.


Anyone notice any issue with the Alarm clock? For me it goes off but quits fairly quick. In settings I have it set to never silence but it stops ringing.

I am on A11 "stable", have Magisk installed, but still run the stock kernel. Magisk is 21004 and I update via Canary.

Sent from my IN2025 using Tapatalk
 

FernBch

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Definitely having a problem with the alarm clock on the stable Android 11. Previously it was acting strange, so I unrooted, factory reset, and installed the stable version clean.

When the alarm clock goes off it does one of the following:

It rings but you have to manually unlock the phone to dismiss the alarm.

Occasionally it does not ring at all.

I have also seen a few instances where it actually rings but several minutes late.

The last thing that I have seen is it will go off but silence all by itself after just a few moments.

Looks like it's time to go back to Android 10.

Sent from my IN2025 using Tapatalk
 

cultofluna

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Nov 25, 2015
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Google Pixel 4 XL
Google Pixel 5
Definitely having a problem with the alarm clock on the stable Android 11. Previously it was acting strange, so I unrooted, factory reset, and installed the stable version clean.

When the alarm clock goes off it does one of the following:

It rings but you have to manually unlock the phone to dismiss the alarm.

Occasionally it does not ring at all.

I have also seen a few instances where it actually rings but several minutes late.

The last thing that I have seen is it will go off but silence all by itself after just a few moments.

Looks like it's time to go back to Android 10.
I have no such issues on alarm clock
 

Pater Albrecht

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Jun 13, 2010
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OnePlus 8 Pro
Definitely having a problem with the alarm clock on the stable Android 11. Previously it was acting strange, so I unrooted, factory reset, and installed the stable version clean.

When the alarm clock goes off it does one of the following:

It rings but you have to manually unlock the phone to dismiss the alarm.

Occasionally it does not ring at all.

I have also seen a few instances where it actually rings but several minutes late.

The last thing that I have seen is it will go off but silence all by itself after just a few moments.

Looks like it's time to go back to Android 10.

Sent from my IN2025 using Tapatalk

I have exactly the same problem. OB2 not rooted.
 

nyzoli72

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Mar 6, 2015
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OnePlus 8 Pro
Definitely having a problem with the alarm clock on the stable Android 11. Previously it was acting strange, so I unrooted, factory reset, and installed the stable version clean.

When the alarm clock goes off it does one of the following:

It rings but you have to manually unlock the phone to dismiss the alarm.

Occasionally it does not ring at all.

I have also seen a few instances where it actually rings but several minutes late.

The last thing that I have seen is it will go off but silence all by itself after just a few moments.

Looks like it's time to go back to Android 10.

Sent from my IN2025 using Tapatalk
never had such a problem with it like this...
 

FernBch

Senior Member
Sep 14, 2009
4,143
1,862
Alamogordo, NM
Definitely having a problem with the alarm clock on the stable Android 11. Previously it was acting strange, so I unrooted, factory reset, and installed the stable version clean.

When the alarm clock goes off it does one of the following:

It rings but you have to manually unlock the phone to dismiss the alarm.

Occasionally it does not ring at all.

I have also seen a few instances where it actually rings but several minutes late.

The last thing that I have seen is it will go off but silence all by itself after just a few moments.

Looks like it's time to go back to Android 10.

Sent from my IN2025 using Tapatalk
I have no such issues on alarm clock
I have exactly the same problem. OB2 not rooted.
never had such a problem with it like this...
I can repeat it at will. For me it only seems to happen when I am plugged in to a charger or wireless charging. Doesn't matter what charger it is, who made it, etc. When I am not plugged into a charger the alarm works fine.

Sent from my IN2025 using Tapatalk
 

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