Yes I know, I did restore the stock image to update, I'm saying that now I cant regain root without flashing the magisk image but the latest is only for 188.8.131.52 and I am on 184.108.40.206, so I dont want to flash it if there may be conflicts. So now I am without root until someone can extract the 220.127.116.11 boot image for the AA devices.
Hello, I have an error flashing this kernel using EX Kernel Manager.New kernel released!
- Disable watermark boosting for significantly lower CPU usage during day-to-day use
- Further tweaks to memory management
- Removed USB webcam drivers
- Updated with OOS 18.104.22.168 kernel sources
- Fixed hardware detection algorhythm (kernel should now work on both the 9 and 9 Pro)
IMPORTANT: Only flash this kernel if you are on 22.214.171.124, otherwise charging will be messed up. Oneplus updated the Warp chip firmware in this kernel which causes issues on 126.96.36.199.
here you go
so I flashed it using FKM instead of ex kernel, and and it has no issues. Really strange. Oh well. Whatever works to be honest. Thanks to avid_droid for suggesting an alternative flasher!Hello, I have an error flashing this kernel using EX Kernel Manager.
I never had an issue before. It says it doesn't have enough space, but I clearly have over 100GB of free space? I just updated to 188.8.131.52.AA. I'm not sure what's wrong here.
Here's an image of the error
Funny, I've been having extremely awesome battery life with Omega on 184.108.40.206
Granted the phone is new and I know it needs time to settle but I did force a dexopt job. Couldnt seem to get it above 4hr SOT for days, was recharging mid-day. Now it's great.
Yeah it takes a while for the device to learn usage. I'd say about a week.
EXM didn't work for me either. FKM had no issue's at all. Thanks for the tip
You can uninstall Magisk from the Magisk app, as Update needs stock kernel. Download 220.127.116.11 update from Oxygen Updater app and install from Settings/ update from local storage. Do not reboot, then Install Magisk to Inactive Slot. Now you can reboot. Then use kernel manager to flash Kernel.
Yes when updating using a FULL OTA. When was the last time a FULL OTA was on time and not a month or two late. You can not take an incremental update on Omega or any custom kernel. It will fail.