Its Finally Here Oreo beta Update!!!!

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snaketooth2007

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I just received a notification for the update and installed it. So far so good signal wise but need more testing.
 

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brolic925t

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Oh man i hope tht baby blue isnt default overlay..

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Can you make a vid if you find anything new.

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Gmobilize

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Nice, are there any UI changes? can you please set the default theme and post some screenshots? Would really appreciate that, thanks!
 

Gmobilize

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Can you please download terminal emulator and type :
getprop ro.treble.enabled

This checks for Treble support.
 

ChazzMatt

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Can you please download terminal emulator and type :
getprop ro.treble.enabled

This checks for Treble support.

It's comes out to be false


  • All devices that launch with Android 8.0 Oreo or above must fully support Project Treble.
  • All devices that upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo are not required to fully support Project Treble.

Right now, with the way LG has implemented the security for the LG G6 and LG V30, it may be too hard to roll out Treble AND get a quick Oreo update.
 
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Gmobilize

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All devices that launch with Android 8.0 Oreo or above must fully support Project Treble.
All devices that upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo are not required to fully support Project Treble.
Yes im fully aware of the upgrade policy, but you never know, if they decide to include it in the update, which may turn out not to be the case with most OEMs to avoid extra hassle.
 

don_24_7

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  • All devices that launch with Android 8.0 Oreo or above must fully support Project Treble.
  • All devices that upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo are not required to fully support Project Treble.

I noticed that the LG V35, which apparently is just a rebranded LG V30+ launched in Japan last week with Oreo. So would that device support Project Treble and other versions not? Situation seems a bit confused.
 

phhusson

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  • All devices that launch with Android 8.0 Oreo or above must fully support Project Treble.
  • All devices that upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo are not required to fully support Project Treble.

I noticed that the LG V35, which apparently is just a rebranded LG V30+ launched in Japan last week with Oreo. So would that device support Project Treble and other versions not? Situation seems a bit confused.
The definition of "launch"is actually a bit fuzzy for the end-user, because it means the first google certification of the device.
The device could very well have been certified with Nougat, but released to the end-user only with Oreo.

It's sad that the V30 doesn't get Treble :(
 
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chriskwarren

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The no treble support is kind of disheartening though.

Yeah I mistakenly assumed treble support with Oreo.

I sent my V30 back to my carrier because I thought the radio was faulty, but more people in my area are reporting poor reception (I live in an area that has some of the best LTE coverage in the country). My plan was to get another V30, but now I'm not so sure. Popping ROMs on the phone myself is not a big deal and usually fun, but I'm wondering if it does anything to warranty and Android Pay support. Have to research that some more.
 

stanleyopar2000

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Yeah I mistakenly assumed treble support with Oreo.

I sent my V30 back to my carrier because I thought the radio was faulty, but more people in my area are reporting poor reception (I live in an area that has some of the best LTE coverage in the country). My plan was to get another V30, but now I'm not so sure. Popping ROMs on the phone myself is not a big deal and usually fun, but I'm wondering if it does anything to warranty and Android Pay support. Have to research that some more.
Rooted and unlocked phones will fail safetynet which android pay uses
 

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