And there is the same module for 7t 11 oxygen
Works for me
Attached for convenience.
All kernels aren't modules, they need to be flashed with twrp or app like Franco Kernel Manager or Ex Kernel Manager.
I am pretty sure that I saw the OP mention that the newer zips have the module built in. I am just saying that when I flashed it, no module showed up in Magisk and stated a problem that I was having. I then wondered if it was designed to work on AOSP as well or only OOS.
Which zip did you flash exactly?
Yes, sorry, I didn't state which file.
No module will be showed, is normal.I am pretty sure that I saw the OP mention that the newer zips have the module built in. I am just saying that when I flashed it, no module showed up in Magisk and stated a problem that I was having. I then wondered if it was designed to work on AOSP as well or only OOS.
there should be a module called AK3 Helper Module in Magisk Manager after flashing that kernel.Yes, sorry, I didn't state which file.
It is 1.3.9_R via adb sideload using the lineageos recovery. Since I am using microg, I wouldn't use Franco KM or EXKM. My experience with TWRP since A11 has been annoying so I stick to sideloading, which was never a problem for ROMs or modules.
Currently, I have noticed that the USB-C Ethernet connection disconnects after 5-10 minutes, removing the cable and re-inserting it does not restore the connection and only a reboot will until it disconnects again.
Data takes a long time to connect.
The fingerprint sensor notices there is a touch but most of the time doesn't recognize my print. It will either say that I moved it too quickly or say "Not Recognized". When I try to register another print, thinking it may just need re-registering, that fails 100%.
In a few cases, the phone would rotate into landscape by just opening an app. This never came back after I rebooted.
What are the best ways to capture logs for these problems?
The install of my microg is very clean and there is nothing dirty about it.
I will give the updated version attached a try.there should be a module called AK3 Helper Module in Magisk Manager after flashing that kernel.
I never tried sideloading via lineage recovery. It might not work there, but I´m not sure. However I attach a zip with the ak3-kernel.zip updated, to ensure it´s not me missing some backend updates, that might fix this.
As you previously hinted at, the kernel is primarily made for OOS. There are some issues on custom roms, that are just there like the fingerprint scanner issue. I replied to this topic a while ago:
Kirisakura-Kernel for the One Plus 7 Pro Hello everyone, Kirisakura - Kernel is designed to bring a handful of beneficial features to the device, while ensuring excellent performance and smoothness to get you safely through the day! This...forum.xda-developers.com
Rotating shouldn´t be handled by the kernel, so that issue is most likely not related to the kernel.
About the USB-C Ethernet connection. You can try to gather a logcat as well as a dmesg the exact moment the issue happens. And then do the same when you try to reconnect but it doesn´t restore the connection.
However I think it´s difficult to run this kernel as a daily driver on custom roms, so I also understand if you just look elsewhere.
security patches are always necessary. So update does not mean it is unfinished or incomplete
Why would I recommend to disable it when it's automatically created during flashing the zip and it's written in several places in the first post to not delete it?Hey @Freak07. Thank you for your kernel! Can you please tell us what are the benefits of "AK3 magisk helper module". Do we really need it? Someone says above that he disabled that module because it causes highly battery draining. Would you recommend it? It's my first time that I use a custom kernel in my device. So any help would be needed! Thx!
Flash apk of magisk 24 with latest twrp then start system and open magisk, sure it will set specific file and auto reboot, then reopen magisk, go to settings and enable Zygisk, reboot, open magisk go to settings, configure deny list showing system apps from 3 dots at bottom right, select gms and unstable under Google play services, select vending under Google PlayStore, now return to settings and select apply deny list, hide magisk, it will be called Settings. Now download from PlayStore a safety net verify app and try, to be sure all work reboot and open app to verify safety net.
Thank you so much to make it clear. Respect!Why would I recommend to disable it when it's automatically created during flashing the zip and it's written in several places in the first post to not delete it?
It makes non-pro devices work correctly as OnePlus uses ugly hacks, otherwise proximity sensor or others are broken.
It sets up some kernel settings so the changes included actually get applied correctly.
It adjusts the powerhal to actually make use of several changes included in the kernel.