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rhendywp

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after flashing for a while, i constantly got this in my screen everytime my phone goes standby. any help ?

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Check what you have installed in Magisk. Some of the older modules (and versions of Magisk itself) do that. Getting rid of the safetynet fix and updating Magisk instead also helps.

It's basically something trying to crash the phone without the backend present to go into a bootloop. Solve the cause of the bootloop and it will solve that.
 

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Check what you have installed in Magisk. Some of the older modules (and versions of Magisk itself) do that. Getting rid of the safetynet fix and updating Magisk instead also helps.

It's basically something trying to crash the phone without the backend present to go into a bootloop. Solve the cause of the bootloop and it will solve that.
i didnt install any modules on magisk. it seems indonesian firmware is different. i magisk patched a wrong firmware ended with 211 while my firmware is 210. maybe that caused it. i will try the correct img and will report back later
 
still no luck at my side

my firmware is WW-18.0840.2112.210

I rebuilt the kernel just to make sure nothing got messed up in the update process, but that's really all I can do. Unfortunately, that issue is a sensitive subject on xda.

 

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Updated to the rebuilt kernel and tested it. Whenever i enable Always on Display i get that ramdump error within a few minutes/in sometime. Also i noticed that whenever i connect to a Bluetooth headset or speaker my media volume is always set at around 80%. Dont know whether it is kernel specific.
 
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Updated to the rebuilt kernel and tested it. Whenever i enable Always on Display i get that ramdump error within a few minutes/in sometime. Also i noticed that whenever i connect to a Bluetooth headset or speaker my media volume is always set at around 80%. Dont know whether it is kernel specific.
yea it seems AOD is the main problem here
 
yea it seems AOD is the main problem here

Makes sense. That's one thing i've never used.

After running some testing, it seems the AOD itself isn't an issue. It crashes trying to return from it. For now, let's just say "incompatible with AOD" until a fix is added.
 
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In the new rebuild if i had an animated theme set (had pubg new state theme) there was issue while unlocking like dispay doesnt show up but responds to my touch (vibrates) when i double tap so i have press power button twice or thrice to turn on display.

I switched to the old build and didnt notice that problem. Also my Bluetooth volume now is what the last volume set (previously it always resets to 80% whenever i connect). Dont know whether it is specific to me.
 

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In the new rebuild if i had an animated theme set (had pubg new state theme) there was issue while unlocking like dispay doesnt show up but responds to my touch (vibrates) when i double tap so i have press power button twice or thrice to turn on display.

yes i got this problem too with default theme. other than that it seems perfect
 
Threw up a copy of the kernel without the display updates until I get through all the changes and see what can be safely added back.


I have attached one with the updates that should also be fixed, but I will be testing it a bit longer before making it an "official" release.
 
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Threw up a copy of the kernel without the display updates until I get through all the changes and see what can be safely added back.


I have attached one with the updates that should also be fixed, but I will be testing it a bit longer before making it an "official" release.
Thank you. I will also try the attached kernel with updates and will post regarding my experience with the kernel😊.
 
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