It is from stable. ThanksTried uploading also. Gdrive link with the apk pulled from C.19 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AopcEV82KEX9e2FCeafRtTxL8NNCXeus/view?usp=sharing
I did factory reset now but still Google Play System update failed. This time file size was bigger at 54MB compared to 20MB. It failed again at 5% like before.
I'm suffering similar issues with the whole recent/home button scenario, but not as bad as yours. The only way I could get it to somewhat work is, if I use the recent button and close apps, then i must tap on the recent button again before I do anything else and then the home button would work.Hello everyone. I'd respectfully ask for advice here, as I feel my phone has been ruined by this update.
Completed it early this morning via the Settings » About Device menu and after installing it, there are a few things that simply aren't working:
1. Home / Recent Tasks: They simply don't work. If I open an app, I simply can't go back to the home app without restarting the device — doesn't matter if I use gestures or button controls, the behavior is the same. Tried installing Fluid Gesture Navigation from Play Store and the problem persisted.
2. Settings: The cog button in the Notification Center doesn't work either, not taking me anywhere.
This is making the phone basically unusable. Did anyone notice any similar problem? I did search for posts mentioning similar issues, but couldn't find any. I'm clueless on what to do as, again, I'm far from an expert. Anything I can try other than doing a factory reset? Thanks in advance for any assistance.
There's no need to uninstall Magisk, but yes disabling Magisk modules is a must unless they're 100% compatible, chances are we don't know yet.Two reasons:
- You never know which modules can cause issues with new builds
- Because you want the stock boot in your current slot (let's say slot A), so that when you update and it switches to the other slot (let's say slot B), you have the clean boot for failover in case there is an issue booting in the new slot