[OFFICIAL] [7.1] LineageOS 14.1 - OnePlus 5 [cheeseburger]

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nomaramon

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Sep 22, 2016
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Not sure if I should switch from OOS to LOS. What features are in LOS that aren't in OOS/what features are in OOS that aren't in LOS?

https://www.reddit.com/r/oneplus/co...lineageos_141_oneplus_5_cheeseburger/dm9y3tu/

Also the burn in protection that they recently added, now what is in the OOS that I miss in the LoS is the network speed in the status bar and the three finger swipe screenshot, the camera is supposedly better ( I say supposedly because IN MY OPNION as with my op3t I think I had better results with the snap camera than with the stock camera), snap camera from LoS is not able to record at 60 or 120 fps (someone correct me if I'm wrong)

But as it is right now LoS is kinda buggy, I switched back to OOS because of some things like the led not deactivating and the performance which is clearly decreased (note that is very weird, since it is supposed to run at least on a par performance with the stock rom)

I think I will wait the O update to switch back again.
 
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fongaboo

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OnePlus 5: Battery went from 91% to 0% after accidental shutoff

I suspect a decent chance I might be dealing with a LOS-specific anomaly. I've had a couple incidents similar to this.

Phone was on the charger all night. Got up, disconnected it, and got ready for work. Listened to a podcast on built-in speaker as I got ready. By the time I left for work, battery was down to 91%. As I got into the car, I accidentally held down the power button with my thumb and the phone shut off. When I plugged into the DASH charger in my car, the simple black-and-white battery meter appeared and showed 0%.

I had previously posted in XDA about having amazing battery life. But then a few incidents like this made me wonder if LineageOS is just misreporting the battery percentage. However, in previous incidents, the phone had been off the charger for many hours. In this case, it happened shortly after being on the charger all night. I don't really understand how it could go from 91% to 0% like this.

By the time I got to work, it had charged to 6%. I didn't have a DASH wall charger with me so when I got to my office I just plugged my USB-C cable into my Mac's USB port. It charged back to 100% within 20-30 minutes! How is any of what I'm describing possible?? As an aside, I am just curious if the DASH circuitry is in the phone or in the charger? Because I have also plugged into (what I understood to be) a non-DASH wall charger from my old OnePlus One and it charged with a speed I'd expect from DASH.
 

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I just flashed lineageOS following every instruction exactly, flashed pico gapps, and when it turned on it was fine through the setup, but as soon as I finished setup it seemed slow and when I went to settings to set the rest of the phone up it was not refreshing or updating anything (for example when I enabled developer options and pressed to go back I could not see the menu option till I swiped and killed it and reopened) sometimes it would sit with a blank white screen and do nothing for a while. So I thought maybe a restart would help, but when I restarted it would not turn back on, it started up and got to the end or the lineage boot logo but then vibrated and turned off, exactly as it would do if the phone was dead battery and you tried to power it on. I really don't know why it was so bad? Does anybody have any ideas about this and can help?
I've went back to OOS for now but really want to try again soon, I cab't see any body else having such bad issues with this?
 

mutleyPT

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I just flashed lineageOS following every instruction exactly, flashed pico gapps, and when it turned on it was fine through the setup, but as soon as I finished setup it seemed slow and when I went to settings to set the rest of the phone up it was not refreshing or updating anything (for example when I enabled developer options and pressed to go back I could not see the menu option till I swiped and killed it and reopened) sometimes it would sit with a blank white screen and do nothing for a while. So I thought maybe a restart would help, but when I restarted it would not turn back on, it started up and got to the end or the lineage boot logo but then vibrated and turned off, exactly as it would do if the phone was dead battery and you tried to power it on. I really don't know why it was so bad? Does anybody have any ideas about this and can help?
I've went back to OOS for now but really want to try again soon, I cab't see any body else having such bad issues with this?

Did you wiped Dalvik/cache, data and system before installing Lineage?
 

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    Installation
    First time LineageOS 14.1 installation on your OnePlus 5:
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    • Unlock your bootloader if you haven't done so already
    • Flash a custom recovery via Fastboot
    • Push GApps (arm 64) and the Lineage 14.1 zip to your device
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    XDA:DevDB Information
    [OFFICIAL] [7.1] LineageOS 14.1 - OnePlus 5 [cheeseburger], ROM for the OnePlus 5

    Contributors
    linuxxxx, codeworkx, chenxingyu, amartinz, jumoog
    Source Code: https://github.com/lineageos

    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
    ROM Firmware Required: OxygenOS 4.5.10 Firmware

    Version Information
    Status: Nightly

    Created 2017-08-28
    Last Updated 2017-09-03
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    Next build will require 4.5.10 firmware.

    Sent from my OnePlus 5 using XDA Labs
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    It's available under https://download.lineageos.org/cheeseburger

    Gesendet von meinem SM-T819 mit Tapatalk

    Yes, triggered a build manually because we've missed the build train by a few hours.

    Sent from my OnePlus 5 using XDA Labs
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    Hi thanks for rom. I have a question to ask. Recently I have read lineageos 15 is going to start rolling and today on Tweeter i saw few phones started to rollout. Will we also going to get in coming days.

    Sent from my OnePlus 5 using XDA Labs

    No. We've just startet to work on lineage 15.0.
    Normally it takes a few months till it gets to a state where it can be considered as daily driver.
    Q1 2018 maybe
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    12/25 update

    Dirty flash seems to be OK as well so far. Will update with more info if something else comes up. So far, no random reboots.

    Where do you disable keep awake?

    Cheeseburger, Lineage 14.1

    Next build will improve battery lifetime.
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