That means nothing in of itself. If your phone sleeps when screen is off, which it does in Jaguar, the rest is up to your apps, usage and battery capacity, which is probably around 70% now (3 years since new).Getting only 4 hrs of battery life in OnePlus 6t..
Flash ROM.Hi there!
Having a bootloop trying to update to latest rel.
Does it has new 10.3.10 as oos base?
I'm following those steps:
Any advice here? Anyone else with same issue?
You may need to format data, especially if you're coming from a different rom.Still no luck.
Getting bootloop both with dirty and clean flash.
One question: which oos are you using as base? 10.3.9?
You may need to format data, especially if you're coming from a different rom.
The instructions I provided will work updating Jaguar 7.x to Jaguar 8.
If coming from another rom:
Flash gapps (optional)
Format data. (This wipes your internal storage)
Flash magisk if you want root.
Hope it helps.
As above same for me. Was on 10.3.9 and update wouldn't boot.Thank you for your help, but as I wrote I am having bootloop even with full wipe & clean flash.
What I would like to know is: everyone else updated without issues?
Also, which oos base are you guys using? 10.3.9 or 10.3.8 or 10.3.10?
You didn't need LineageOS at all to make the phone boot.Weird updating to v8 would not boot for me either. I had a copy of lineage downloaded which I had to use to get the phone running. Lost all data in the process?
Yeah, that's what I think is the issue, that why I asked if people successfully upgrading have been using oos 10.3.10 as base.Have you changed Vendor between upgrades?
There are clearly users who had no problems upgrading from V-7 to V-8.
It boots fine with 10.3.11. Actually, you don't even need to erase data when upgrading firmware, as long as you don't boot into system. Just flash stock, TWRP installer; reboot inTWRP and flash stock and TWRP installer again; then flash Jaguar and TWRP installer; then reboot into TWRP and flash Jaguar and TWRP installer again. Then reboot.does it boot with 10.3.11? now?
any plans of trying out A12 beta 1?
just asking... but it would be awesome
A11 is done.
I think it's already included in Android. After certain amount of attempts, there will be a cool down period. After more attempts, the phone will reboot. And after even more attempts, Android will start a count down to wipe, and eventually, it will. I just don't remember the exact numbers.> Settings to automatically reboot the phone
Man, sweet. Thank you for this.
Maybe you are able to make setting to wipe phone after N incorrect password attempts?