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FYI those trying to hide Status bar icons - the System UI Tuner from stock android is available, which is where you can hide status bar icons and enable power notifications controls and etc
 
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This is for every one who wants vibrate and silent mode working with SLIDER!!
Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nqk.vibratemodeextended
Just download and activate it from settings!

I installed the app but when i set the slider in middle position for vibrate mode, it shows the do not disturb '+' sign and the vibration mode sign beside it due to which the phone doesnt vibrate for incoming notifications and only for calls. Is there any setting i need to change to fix this issue?
 

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I installed the app but when i set the slider in middle position for vibrate mode, it shows the do not disturb '+' sign and the vibration mode sign beside it due to which the phone doesnt vibrate for incoming notifications and only for calls. Is there any setting i need to change to fix this issue?

None of this is related to the development of this ROM.
 
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I have a little suggestion: it would be useful to move the battery percentage outside of the icon when charging (or make it readable inside of it) when using the percentage inside the icon option, that in the current implementation simply disappears when charging.
 
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I have a little suggestion: it would be useful to move the battery percentage outside of the icon when charging (or make it readable inside of it) when using the percentage inside the icon option, that in the current implementation simply disappears when charging.
I was thinking the same bro

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It said through adb can use
fastboot oem 4F500301
fastboot flash recovery oneplus3-twrp-recovery-3.0.2-160915-6.0.img
fastboot oem 4F500302
To flash twrp recovery without unlocked bootloader
Have you tried this yourself? Last I knew this back door was patched and won't work without downgrading your firmware.

Sent from my OnePlus3T using XDA Labs

---------- Post added at 10:24 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:23 PM ----------

Can someone please explain how the AMOLED burn in protection works?
Moves the statusbar icons a bit every so often doesn't it?

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We'll see if it happens again tonight. Something tells me it might be a fluke lol.

Something to keep in mind here. I'm not an expert on the battery technology and associated drivers, but in the past some devices have used "ripple charging". I've seen a few behaviours which might point towards this being in use.

Essentially under ripple charging the phone will charge to full, then stop charging (you don't want to keep a charging voltage across a full battery!), but then leave charging off and tell a "white lie" and say it's at 100%, even as the power drops. Below a certain threshold it will then resume charging back up again.

All batteries do it to some extent, as I understand, since they need to be protected against over charging (lithium batteries should have circuitry built in to stop this).

It is possible you might be seeing the effects of ripple charging here, where this occurrence happened to be a "full full" charge, and other times it might be slightly less "full" when taken off the charger. That would cause it to sit for less time at 100%.

A post discussing this on another device for info - https://forum.xda-developers.com/r1-hd/help/battery-drop-to-90-t3436064/post68133347
 

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Something to keep in mind here. I'm not an expert on the battery technology and associated drivers, but in the past some devices have used "ripple charging". I've seen a few behaviours which might point towards this being in use.

Essentially under ripple charging the phone will charge to full, then stop charging (you don't want to keep a charging voltage across a full battery!), but then leave charging off and tell a "white lie" and say it's at 100%, even as the power drops. Below a certain threshold it will then resume charging back up again.

All batteries do it to some extent, as I understand, since they need to be protected against over charging (lithium batteries should have circuitry built in to stop this).

It is possible you might be seeing the effects of ripple charging here, where this occurrence happened to be a "full full" charge, and other times it might be slightly less "full" when taken off the charger. That would cause it to sit for less time at 100%.

A post discussing this on another device for info - https://forum.xda-developers.com/r1-hd/help/battery-drop-to-90-t3436064/post68133347

well explained bravooo !
 

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Something to keep in mind here. I'm not an expert on the battery technology and associated drivers, but in the past some devices have used "ripple charging". I've seen a few behaviours which might point towards this being in use.

Essentially under ripple charging the phone will charge to full, then stop charging (you don't want to keep a charging voltage across a full battery!), but then leave charging off and tell a "white lie" and say it's at 100%, even as the power drops. Below a certain threshold it will then resume charging back up again.

All batteries do it to some extent, as I understand, since they need to be protected against over charging (lithium batteries should have circuitry built in to stop this).

It is possible you might be seeing the effects of ripple charging here, where this occurrence happened to be a "full full" charge, and other times it might be slightly less "full" when taken off the charger. That would cause it to sit for less time at 100%.

A post discussing this on another device for info - https://forum.xda-developers.com/r1-hd/help/battery-drop-to-90-t3436064/post68133347
Well explained! In my particular situation last night the phone was at 91% when I went to bed though. This didn't apply this time, but I have definitely seen it before. Explains why my phone drops that first percent at varying speeds.

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Quick question for the developers. I already know it works because I use it, but will you all provide support if we are using Magisk instead of SuperSU because only SuperSU is listed in the instructions and I don't want to find a bug to be told my installation doesn't qualify ;) thanks!
 

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Something to keep in mind here. I'm not an expert on the battery technology and associated drivers, but in the past some devices have used "ripple charging". I've seen a few behaviours which might point towards this being in use.

Essentially under ripple charging the phone will charge to full, then stop charging (you don't want to keep a charging voltage across a full battery!), but then leave charging off and tell a "white lie" and say it's at 100%, even as the power drops. Below a certain threshold it will then resume charging back up again.

All batteries do it to some extent, as I understand, since they need to be protected against over charging (lithium batteries should have circuitry built in to stop this).

It is possible you might be seeing the effects of ripple charging here, where this occurrence happened to be a "full full" charge, and other times it might be slightly less "full" when taken off the charger. That would cause it to sit for less time at 100%.

A post discussing this on another device for info - https://forum.xda-developers.com/r1-hd/help/battery-drop-to-90-t3436064/post68133347

I may be wrong but I believe the term you are looking for is trickle charge not ripple charge.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trickle_charging?wprov=sfla1

Awesome wrote up none the less. Thanks
 
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    Paranoid Android 7.3.1 - AOSPA - OnePlus 3(T), ROM for the OnePlus 3

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    Source Code: https://github.com/AOSPA

    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
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    Paranoid Android 7.3.0

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