You don't need to clean install every time. If you have not disabled Verity and Verification a clean install(wipe) is required, however only that first time.
*girlI remember when Samsungs were first rooted with magisk, some models needed this because the log space would fill up. On pixels not so much. The log space doesn't run out. I believe most those are also not maintained anymore because they don't need them anymore. Magisk has been updated so much since a few years ago. Unless your running on debug, you don't need to worry about logs. That is the way to actually fix your phone if you have issues. Looking at the logs. The other guy is right, don't use this module at all. Or anything like it.
Nothing past the last u beta 5.3 on their git as of now.
Just a note here. I think it´s completely unnecessary that you use my words from a previous post that has no relation whatsoever to the problem you described.
Why do you post it here if it´s not kernel related?
I thought I was the only one or maybe messed things up somehow. I'm facing the same issue as the person above. I tried August update with latest Kiri + magisk stable + Displax Universal SafeNet Fix 2.4 MOD 1.3. CTS is passing and playstore shows device is certified but GPay or or any other banking apps are not working. They show that my device is rooted. I reverted to stock kernel with the same magisk modules as before and everything works without any issues.
No issues on my end, just like @TotallyAnxious.
Good question, I basically waited for it. The answer is: Yes most probably.This kernel https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...l-for-pixel-7-pro-a-september-3-2023.4623789/ was posted recently and it claims that it doesn't need dm-verify disabled. I haven't tried it or looked at how this was accomplished or what compromises he had to make if any.
Is this something that might make it's way into this kernel some day?
So why do you think there's the need for your initial reply in this thread in the first place if it's not related to the development of this kernel or to the kernel like you just said?Look, @Freak07, I never said it was your kernel but you replied to a post in this thread and I responded to that. That's not taking it off-topic. It's called a discussion and you seem to have this innate inability to accept the fact that overheating on this device is not a rare and random occurrence. It's widespread and at the same time mine was idle @ 39° (102° F), my daughter's S22Ultra, also on the charger in the same room was @27° and no, it's not an Ambient temperature when the room is @70° F.
Sorry if you feel this is hijacking the thread but the conversation comes back to this issue time and time again.
TBH, this has overall been a great phone, but I'm ready for Oct 4th to get here and excited to see what you accomplish on the P8P