Question OOS12 C.61 incremental is out for global units

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jmadiaga

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here's the result of the CPU throttle test.
throttling started after the 7 min mark.
ended with 87% of its max performance.
seems like oneplus people is still throttling their devices despite their claims that they no longer do it.
 

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taintsx

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i really wish oxygenos would start using the android 12 quick settings pill style layout
 

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here's the result of the CPU throttle test.
throttling started after the 7 min mark.
ended with 87% of its max performance.
seems like oneplus people is still throttling their devices despite their claims that they no longer do it.
This isn't the way to see the true CPU throttle... What you're actually seeing here is the SoC heating up and throttling even more than OnePlus is already throttling it out of the box (because OnePlus cheaped out on the cooling of a monster SoC that needed it). That test doesn't measure raw performance and the percentages are relative compared to the performance of the first run, not the actual true performance of the SoC. Run Geekbench 5 and you'll see just how dire the situation really is...
 
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taintsx

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Battery life feels kinda bad on this, i'd usually get like 7-9 hours of SOT on stagos now i'm getting 5 doing the same thing
 

allen2398

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Hi all, I'm currently on .61 (rooted) and wondering what the procedure to go back to .48 ?
Should I :
- revert stock boot.img
- run local upgrade from the .48 zip
- aplly magisk to inactive slot

Thx :)
 

jmadiaga

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This isn't the way to see the true CPU throttle... What you're actually seeing here is the SoC heating up and throttling even more than OnePlus is already throttling it out of the box (because OnePlus cheaped out on the cooling of a monster SoC that needed it). That test doesn't measure raw performance and the percentages are relative compared to the performance of the first run, not the actual true performance of the SoC. Run Geekbench 5 and you'll see just how dire the situation really is...
i tried geekbench 5. but i don't see any performance degration over time results. care to explai how this happens as per your last sentence - "Run Geekbench 5 and you'll see just how dire the situation really is..." thanks
 

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i tried geekbench 5. but i don't see any performance degration over time results. care to explai how this happens as per your last sentence - "Run Geekbench 5 and you'll see just how dire the situation really is..." thanks
It doesn't show performance over time, it shows you how much performance is lost off the top.

This is my OP9 running Nameless. Performance mode is turned off, stock clocks, and the multi core is lower than it would be if I closed all my background apps first, it's about 3500 with them all closed.

Screenshot_20220720-120253_Geekbench 5.png

Stock ROM should have the single core around the 800s, a huge drop in performance.

Performance over time is an entirely different can of worms because it's focused around heat and power draw. That's not a software limitation like OnePlus' intentional throttling of the chip, it's a hardware limitation due to OnePlus cheaping out on the cooling of the SoC (although Qualcomm is to be blamed as well for pushing the limits so hard just to be able to sell a "new" product). In other words, there isn't a fix for that particular throttling.
 

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Install OTA on the phone, open up MSM Tool and put phone into edl with adb reboot edl, press F8, grab the correct boot partition (you can run fastboot getvar current-slot to find out whether it is A or B).

The phone only stays in edl for a few seconds if it doesn't receive a command so be quick about it.
MSM asks for a password after the F8 step. What is it?

Edit: For reference, someone else told me in another thread the password is oneplus.
 
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