I´m having no problems using the sliders on the version of the camera app you´re describing. (8.8.224....)Awesome update!
I didn't want to post this until I was sure, so I've done a bit of testing. Since installing Raviantha the only issue I've noticed is that within the Camera app (March update, 184.108.40.2064217832.10), the exposure and contrast sliders don't seem to do anything. I didn't know if it was the Camera update, Kiri, or something else so I've tried:
- Disabling all Magisk modules (except AK3 Helper) - didn't help.
- Force closing & clearing data/cache for Camera app - didn't help.
- Rebooting after above - didn't help.
- Uninstalling Camera 8.8.224 & installing 8.7.250 via SAI. - fixed the issue.
- Uninstalling Raviantha by flashing stock over, and re-installing Magisk (all modules enabled). - fixed the issue (with 8.8.224 installed).
Is this something that the camera speed launch patch (or any other updates) could interfere with?
If not, I obviously need to look into this more. Im unsure if the kernel has the ability to affect something like this as there are no other reports (could be a Google Camera app issue conflicting with the kernel?), and I guess most people don't use the exposure/contrast sliders so, again, reduces the possibility of reports. I haven't tried a factory reset as I'm trying to avoid disconnecting my Watch5 from my phone, but may have to if it's not possible for the kernel to cause this.
Ok, thanks, I'll explore other options - seems it might be a coincidence as only began after installing Raviantha & the issue goes away with the stock kernel.
Please share the contents of sys/fs/pstore once the phone has booted back up after a crash.
Thanks for your amazing work.
If you get any more of those please share the logs i mentioned in the previous post for me to take a look at
I was feeling brave, so jumped ahead anyway.