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[OFFICIAL] OxygenOS 10.0.1 (Android Q 10.0) OTA for OnePlus 5 (cheeseburger)

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sjamie

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Anybody having wifi issues? Sometimes the phone just won't connect to a wifi network. So i have to restart the phone.
Why does the solution to every problem always have to be a clean flash? It's a general recommendation since the birth of Android, but the OS has come so far (in a good and bad sense) that a lot more things can be glitchy under the hood than a simple factory reset can solve. It all depends on the apps and config a person uses, so what might work for you won't necessarily work for everyone. Plus, boasting about how super stable your phone is (which I see you do a lot) isn't helping!
Not sure why you are so against doing a clean flash to eliminate potential incompatibilities and conflicts from previous ROM versions but but okaaay..... Check any OP of any ROM thread and you will see the Dev usually recommends doing a clean flash before reporting problems. If you or anyone else prefers to spend hours going down the rabbit hole, be my guest. After all, it is your device.

The question asked was does anyone have wifi issues. I responded that my device is stable not to "boast" but to show not everyone has the problem. Performing a clean flash "may" fix the problem. It is at least a great place to start the troubleshooting process. If a clean flash does not fix the issue, you can at least rule out previous ROM junk as the culprit.

I'm having trouble installing Magisk 20.4 with OOS 10.0.0 on my OnePlus 5. I can clean install OOS just fine, but after I install Magisk with TWRP, my phone won't boot.

When I boot, I see the "bootloader unlocked" warning, then the OnePlus logo with "powered by android", then a black screen with the notification LED being a cloudy blue color.

I've tried installing Magisk with different recoveries (mauronofrio, codeworkx). I've tried installing OOS from those and the stock recovery. Plus various combinations of wiping, magisk before/after setup, etc.

I also can't seem to recover the phone without wiping it again. Restoring backups made before I installed magisk (twrp/nandroid, adb backup/restore), and re-flashing the OOS zip. But the boot still gets stuck on the black screen with the bluish LED. Only wiping/reinstalling seems to fix it (and only sometimes at that).

Anyone know what the problem might be, or if there might be some sort of boot logs that could give a clue?
I have had the best luck with Blu_Spark TWRP v9.110 which doesn't mean other flavors of TWRP don't work. Here's my clean flashing process:

1. Wipe all partitions (I prefer to format Data when switching between major Android versions)
2. Flash OOS
3. Flash NoVerity4 (I prefer to run decrypted)
4. Flash Magisk
5. Reboot
6. Setup device
7. Enjoy! :good:
 
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#sharath

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I just did a clean flash now and still the WiFi issue persists. Its not my internet/router acting up, as I have another devices connecting to it just fine. I didnt had any issue before updating to Android 10.
Just wasted my time. :D
 
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sjamie

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I just did a clean flash now and still the WiFi issue persists. Its not my internet/router acting up, as I have another devices connecting to it just fine. I didnt had any issue before updating to Android 10.
Just wasted my time. :D
My apologies for wasting your time. Maybe you are destined to use Android 9. :laugh::D
 

MMWolverine

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Not sure why you are so against doing a clean flash to eliminate potential incompatibilities and conflicts from previous ROM versions but but okaaay..... Check any OP of any ROM thread and you will see the Dev usually recommends doing a clean flash before reporting problems. If you or anyone else prefers to spend hours going down the rabbit hole, be my guest. After all, it is your device.

The question asked was does anyone have wifi issues. I responded that my device is stable not to "boast" but to show not everyone has the problem. Performing a clean flash "may" fix the problem. It is at least a great place to start the troubleshooting process. If a clean flash does not fix the issue, you can at least rule out previous ROM junk as the culprit.

I'm not against clean flashing. You'd be surprised, but I do them myself between major releases or when there are absolutely no solutions for issues that prevent normal day-to-day use of a device.

I've been a member of xda-developers and other communities long enough to know, what an OP of a ROM thread should include. Heck, I've even written some myself. So you don't need to lecture me on that.

Now if you really want to be helpful, you should at least direct users to proper solutions. That's where the troubleshooting process starts, with a factory reset as a last resort, and not the other way around. One can spend as much time restoring a system from scratch as at going down the rabbit hole. A helpful member is there to help others find the right information.

I won't spend extra time on this, because I know you mean well.
 

elbuenzurdo

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I just did a clean flash now and still the WiFi issue persists. Its not my internet/router acting up, as I have another devices connecting to it just fine. I didnt had any issue before updating to Android 10.
Just wasted my time. :D

When I just upgraded to OB1, I was having a similar issue on my home network: it took too long to connect, and when connected speeds were really slow. I don't know if it is your case, but try this and let me know if it helps:

Change the selection to "Use device MAC address" under Network Settings>Privacy and then login to your Router settings and delete all duplicate devices that were created every time you connected with the old setting ("use random MAC address").
 

#sharath

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Jan 22, 2013
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When I just upgraded to OB1, I was having a similar issue on my home network: it took too long to connect, and when connected speeds were really slow. I don't know if it is your case, but try this and let me know if it helps:

Change the selection to "Use device MAC address" under Network Settings>Privacy and then login to your Router settings and delete all duplicate devices that were created every time you connected with the old setting ("use random MAC address").

I did that, still the same issue. Wifi only connects after a reboot. I'm not doing any kind of Mac filtering in router.
The main issue is i can't use any apps that work with LAN like AirDroid, ftp server in Solid Explorer.
 

anuraganasane

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I did that, still the same issue. Wifi only connects after a reboot. I'm not doing any kind of Mac filtering in router.
The main issue is i can't use any apps that work with LAN like AirDroid, ftp server in Solid Explorer.
Ftp server in Windows file explorer won't work I tried. It works on any browser. Before it was working fine when I used it on pie in Windows explorer.
 

drjat

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Dec 12, 2007
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When I just upgraded to OB1, I was having a similar issue on my home network: it took too long to connect, and when connected speeds were really slow. I don't know if it is your case, but try this and let me know if it helps:

Change the selection to "Use device MAC address" under Network Settings>Privacy and then login to your Router settings and delete all duplicate devices that were created every time you connected with the old setting ("use random MAC address").
I am struggling to find this in settings - bizarre. Where is this 'Network Settings'? Screenshots will help. Thanks
 

DorianX

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I did that, still the same issue. Wifi only connects after a reboot. I'm not doing any kind of Mac filtering in router.
The main issue is i can't use any apps that work with LAN like AirDroid, ftp server in Solid Explorer.

I have this problem too but only in my house's modem/router, I been on other places and WiFi works fine. Another workaround is turn off WiFi, enable airplane mode then disable airplane mode and turn on WiFi. Faster than reboot...

mine is fine so far, no lag.

But I need to dig a bit for few mods that doesn't work anymore on android10 :silly: (vanced youtube, adaway, dual speaker, boost earpiece, viper4droid) G cam work well tho, :D

Vanded works, Adaway works, Dual Speaker mod works, Viper works, boost earpiece don't know that mod can you link me to that? Maybe I can fix it



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    ANNOUNCEMENT
    Hey everyone,

    We are starting to push the incremental roll-out of OxygenOS version 10.0.1 for the OnePlus 5/T devices.

    Changelog:
    Code:
    [B]System:[/B]
    • Fixed the abnormal call recording issue
    • Fixed the de-activated alarm issue when the phone was powered off
    • Updated Android Security Patch to 2020.09
    • Updated GMS package to 2020.08
    
    [B]Full Screen Gestures:[/B]
    • Back gesture from the bottom of the screen is available (OP5T only)
    
    [B]Camera:[/B]
    • Electronic Image Stabilization has been added, bringing you the more stable shooting experience
    Explore what's new on Android 10 here.

    Notes:
    • If you don't have the Community app installed on your device, feel free to download it from here. You can check here for more information on the integrated Feedback tool. Make sure to let us know how you feel about the build here in the thread too, we look forward to reading your feedback.
    • Click here to find out how to take logs on OxygenOS.

    Warning: Please remove your existing screen lock/pin/pattern/password and set it to swipe before starting the update process.

    DOWNLOADS

    Full ROM Zips:
    OxygenOS 10.0.1: Official Link | AndroidFileHost Mirror | Google Drive Mirror
    MD5: 8f41d1cca57e8a91879f4b09088103b4

    Custom Recoveries:
    TWRP by mauronofrio: Official Link
    TWRP by poad42: Official Link
    blu_spark TWRP by eng.stk: Official Link
    Official TWRP by Dees_Troy: Official Link

    Root:
    Magisk: Official Link

    Warning: Do not flash partial update OTAs (under 1 GB) on a modified/rooted device! If you want to use partial OTAs, you must first flash the full OxygenOS zip that it applies to, and then flash the partial OTA from stock recovery. Flashing partial OTAs from TWRP will either fail or soft brick your device. You can return to a usable state by flashing a full zip in recovery.

    FLASHING INSTRUCTIONS

    Download the necessary files from the section above and follow the steps below:

    Note: Dirty flashing is fine if you are running an old OxygenOS version or a ROM based on OxygenOS. If you are, however, coming from a Custom ROM, you must clean flash.

    For Non-Rooted Users with a Locked Bootloader and Stock Recovery:
    • Download the full zip/incremental OTA from the downloads section above and place it in the root of your internal memory
    • Reboot to stock recovery > Shutdown device > Press Volume Down + Power buttons together
    • Select language > Install menu > Install from internal > Select the full zip > Flash
    • After a successful flash > Wipe cache
    • Reboot
    Note: First boot may take some time, so please be patient and wait for it to boot.

    [Dirty Flash] For Users with an Unlocked Bootloader and TWRP Recovery coming from H2OS/OOS:
    • Download the full ROM zip from the downloads section above
    • Transfer the zip to the root of your device's internal storage
    • Only needed if you are using a TWRP that does not ignore the compatibility.zip check: Remove the compatibility.zip from the downloaded full ROM zip with either MiXplorer or Total Commander (not with any other tool!) on your device itself
    • Reboot to TWRP and take a nandroid backup of your existing ROM
    • Flash Magisk Uninstaller (recommended)
    • From the TWRP menu, Wipe > Advanced wipe > Select dalvik-cache and cache > Swipe to wipe
    • From the TWRP menu, Install > Select full ROM zip > Swipe to flash
    • Flash the latest stable Magisk in case you want to root
    • From the TWRP menu, Wipe > Advanced wipe > Select dalvik-cache and cache > Swipe to wipe
    • If you were decrypted earlier, flash xXx No Verity 4.0.zip from here
    • Reboot
    Note: First boot may take some time, so please be patient and wait for it to boot.

    Warning: Dirty flashing (update) can be risky! Remember that if you face issues after dirty flashing, you will have to clean flash.

    [Clean Flash] For Users with an Unlocked Bootloader and TWRP Recovery:
    • Download the full ROM zip from the downloads section above
    • Transfer the zip to the root of your device's internal storage
    • Only needed if you are using a TWRP that does not ignore the compatibility.zip check: Remove the compatibility.zip from the downloaded full ROM zip with either MiXplorer or Total Commander (not with any other tool!) on your device itself
    • Reboot to TWRP and take a nandroid backup of your existing ROM
    • Flash Magisk Uninstaller (recommended)
    • From the TWRP menu, Wipe > Advanced wipe > Select dalvik-cache, cache, system, vendor and data> Swipe to wipe
    • From the TWRP menu, Install > Select full ROM zip (modified one with compatibility.zip removed, in case you're on Oreo or unmodified one, in case you're on Pie) > Swipe to flash
    • Flash the latest stable Magisk in case you want to root
    • From the TWRP menu, Wipe > Advanced wipe > Select dalvik-cache and cache > Swipe to wipe
    • Optional: If you wish to decrypt, format data via TWRP (please note that wiping the data partition, which we did in the 5th step above, is not the same as formatting it) and after that flash xXx No Verity 4.0.zip from here
    • Reboot
    Note: First boot may take some time, so please be patient and wait for it to boot.

    Never Settle.

    XDA:DevDB Information
    [OFFICIAL] OxygenOS Stable for the OnePlus 5, ROM for the OnePlus 5

    Contributors
    Funk Wizard, shadowstep, Some_Random_Username
    ROM OS Version: Android 10
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2018-09-28
    Last Updated 2020-11-20
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    Download Section Moved to OP and is now maintained by the Official Maintainers !!

    Thread Contributors:
    @shadowstep
    @CamoGeko
    @Funk Wizard
    85
    Flashing Instructions moved to OP and now maintained by official Maintainers !

    Thread Contributors:
    @shadowstep
    @CamoGeko
    @Funk Wizard
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    Normally I don't comment on stuff like this but the amount of complaining in this thread has caused me to unsubscribe. I'm sorry but how did you guys not expect this coming into the device? You could see OnePlus' track record with the OP3/T (before the past month or so). You're expecting Google-level updates out of a company with probably a tenth of the amount of developers. Would I love to see more timely updates? Absolutely. OnePlus could greatly improve their release schedule by keeping their own development separate from security updates so they can release those updates within a few days of release without introducing regressions but who knows what they plan to do. Yeah, they hyped the camera up and yeah, it has fallen a little flat but I am sure the complaints on their own forum are rolling in hard, where they are actually listening. Plus you all act like Funk Wizard is an official OnePlus employee, expecting him to comment on issues he has no insight on. I'm not directing this as one person, I've been subscribed to this thread since I got the device a month and a half ago and it's been many people so don't think I'm personally attacking you (famous last words).
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    [How To] Take Log's on OOS/H2OS | Oneplus Logkit | Bug Reports

    Hi All

    To begin with let me Thank You All for your Active Participation and Feedback on Cheeseburger OOS Updates. We are trying to introduce new features, optimize the software and eliminate the bugs for a better user experience, making OOS/H2OS the Best Optimized OEM Rom :highfive:

    In order to do this we would appreciate regular feedback/bug reports/logs from our users to diagnose issues and rectify them :good:
    I see that although users are able to reproduce various issues, however very few actually go ahead and submit the logs. Without the logs/bug report its very difficult for the ROM Team to reproduce the same issue and hence takes longer time to identify and kill these issues :confused:

    Thus to make it simpler, let me introduce you to the OnePlus Logkit which is an OOS in-built feature to capture logs and does not require root access or any special permissions. If you follow the below you can easily take logs and submit for further testing and it does not matter if you are a stock or rooted user :wink:

    Before we begin :fingers-crossed:

    * Please make a clean flash to check whether the issue still persists before taking the log, most of the times a clean flash will solve your issue so we would appreciate if you do a clean flash before reporting any issue.

    * We would appreciate logs without any mods like SuperSU/Magisk/Magisk Modules, Custom Kernels or any other Visual or SystemUI Mods/Substratum.

    * This method should work on all OOS/H2OS Versions Stable & Beta as and when it comes for OP5 :fingers-crossed:

    * Install the latest User Feedback App and use the same to submit logs/upload and share the link with me so i can forward them to the ROM Team :good:

    Follow the below steps to take logs on OOS/H2OS using Oneplus Logkit and before you start, clear/close all recent apps:

    1. Go to phone dialer app and dial *#800# :good:

    2. Select the first option which says “oneplus Logkit” > Delete history log :good:

    3. Click "advanced" > "save log type", select all these options (Kernel, Main, System, Radio, Event, Tcpdump), then click OK :good:

    3. Go back & select the first option "save log", it would give you a prompt to reboot (reboot if the issue reoccurs easily, otherwise, click “cancel” :good:

    4. Now make the issue reproduce and take a screenshot of the issue wherever possible :fingers-crossed:

    6. Enter Oneplus Logkit, choose “other log info”, click “get bugreport info” once > Wait for 2-3 mins and let the Logs get saved till it shows a toast with "get info done" :good:

    7. Go back, choose save log again to stop the log reporting :good:

    7. Finally, Enter Files > Internal Storage > oem_log, find the folder, zip it to compress and send it to us along with the screenshot :highfive:

    As mentioned above use the User Feedback App to submit the logs or upload and share the link the ROM Team on [email protected] and also share the upload link with me :good:

    I will try my best to follow it up with the team directly :highfive:

    Many Thanks for your support and consideration :highfive:

    PS: Screenshots attached for the entire process for easy understanding :fingers-crossed: