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dladz

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I have vibration for messages and for alarm (today in the morning woke up with br br br br ;) ) but equal i set for example in Whatsapp the notification to "Long" its only a very very very short vibrate for all incoming messages.
The only what i found was with the EVO settings + Franco settings > the vibrations is stronger.

I think there is a bug in the notifications - vibrations start. So the vibrations-engine get a start flag but there is no time-flag how long... so it start only a 1ms vibrate.

Yep but even feedback from touches aren't registered.

Either way it's not right.
 
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Hm the question is if there is a solution from the devs?
Send this question in the telegram group but no response..
So we have to live with that till it will sort out what the problem is.
Does not matter if stock-kernel or custom kernel so i think its a rom problem.

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Have a little other bug which i dont understand:
Smartphone is in a locker during worktime > no network (okay thats normal) because its metal-locker
After i put it out the locker > Network is instant there (4G full signal on both sim-cards) > but no mobile data >
Found it only out because use my smartphone always as hotspot for my android car-headunit.
but car-headunit said > No internet-connection.
Switch for Mobile Data is on in the sim-card-settings.
first i thought it was a problem with my headunit > but then i saw that a message not sent till i start driving.

Bug solution
first solution:
wait until 10-15min (think its the Handover between two cells when i move) then sometimes the little x get off and i have mobile data but not always happened.
First time i drive home 25km with no internet.
so its not a good solution.

second solution found out last friday:
Switch off mobile Data > Switch on Mobile data > instant Network with mobile data

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Hm the question is if there is a solution from the devs?
Send this question in the telegram group but no response..
So we have to live with that till it will sort out what the problem is.
Does not matter if stock-kernel or custom kernel so i think its a rom problem.

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Have a little other bug which i dont understand:
Smartphone is in a locker during worktime > no network (okay thats normal) because its metal-locker
After i put it out the locker > Network is instant there (4G full signal on both sim-cards) > but no mobile data >
Found it only out because use my smartphone always as hotspot for my android car-headunit.
but car-headunit said > No internet-connection.
Switch for Mobile Data is on in the sim-card-settings.
first i thought it was a problem with my headunit > but then i saw that a message not sent till i start driving.

Bug solution
first solution:
wait until 10-15min (think its the Handover between two cells when i move) then sometimes the little x get off and i have mobile data but not always happened.
First time i drive home 25km with no internet.
so its not a good solution.

second solution found out last friday:
Switch off mobile Data > Switch on Mobile data > instant Network with mobile data

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Notice this too as I put my phone on my metal locker at work too. Only get data back if you toggle data off and back on again..
 
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Notice this too as I put my phone on my metal locker at work too. Only get data back if you toggle data off and back on again..
Have you also a huge drain battery within the time when your phone is in the locker?
Saw it on gsam battery monitor (betterbatterystats also).
And on the battery monitor from system there are timelines where no data collected. (thought at first that the phone reboot itself but it is not reboot. only no data from battery in this time.)
 

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Have you also a huge drain battery within the time when your phone is in the locker?
Saw it on gsam battery monitor (betterbatterystats also).
And on the battery monitor from system there are timelines where no data collected. (thought at first that the phone reboot itself but it is not reboot. only no data from battery in this time.)
Not sure. I use radioactive kernel and it def helps with battery.
 
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Have you also a huge drain battery within the time when your phone is in the locker?
Saw it on gsam battery monitor (betterbatterystats also).
And on the battery monitor from system there are timelines where no data collected. (thought at first that the phone reboot itself but it is not reboot. only no data from battery in this time.)
It's possible that this is the device attempting to acquire a connection, this is predominant when you've got a signal but it's weak, all phones do this, if you're ever stuck in a lift or you're out in the sticks with a weak signal you'll notice this

It'll push more power to the radio in an attempt to get a greater signal, which is great as you'll be able to have calls and such without loss of service, the downside is that you'll burn more juice this way, you can see this in action by monitoring the dB in radio stats.

Having a great signal (strength + location) would be the most battery friendly situation to be in, but that's not always possible even in 2021.

Also to your previous issue. When I collect my bike from the basement exit in work I lose signal but it does connect almost straight away as soon as I'm out the vehicle lift? I did have issues with OOS doing this but as you said a mobile data cycle and you're back in business.

Perhaps your issue is due the time you've been out of signal, I think there may be a dormancy time that if the threshold is breached then it reduces the check in time for a signal, maybe 20-30 minutes then it'll check much less frequently, perhaps 1-1.30 minutes.

This is similar to how often your device checks for calls / texts etc, it's dormancy period iirc.

That's why when you call someone it sometimes rings immediately and other times it's a few seconds. The dormancy period for calls is around 5-8 seconds repeated if memory serves, which is why Viber and Skype used to munch battery, they were checking every second or more.

Worst case scenario for a device is if it just catches a signal every now and then and attempts to maintain it, your phone will push to keep it and thus murder your battery life, not a lot you can do about it tbh.

My advice is if you're not going to be using your phone and it's going to be in a low signal area / environment, just go in airplane mode, you won't miss anything and your battery will be the same as you left it.
 
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One thing i would use and miss, is the list view animations, completely useless but it's pretty and makes your phone look like it's alive.

I think if CRT animations are a part of this, the list view should be a doddle.

Also theres a bunch of other screen off animations that were available over the years, the vertu one, the sammy one and i think the LG one :)


Always a good sign of a thread when the complaints have died down to a minimum and adding features becomes the main topic :)
 
My battery dont know whats the Problem is:
Battery died from 6 Till yet. Not use it...
 

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Anyone looking at audio and thinking it could do with a boost, give this a shot.


I enabled everything besides call volume on the mic.

It's a lot louder. Much better quality.
 

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    Ok so i flashed this badboy, very impressed by it's pace, such a snappy ROM, it's running like silk.

    anyway i thought i'd make the guide to flash a little easier than whats described in the OP, the sideload alone could be confusing and be careful of what version you download; polaris and instantnoodle are both hosted there, you want instantnoodlep (i know most people know this but it could be handy to know what to look out for)

    Anyway, heres the installation guide and root, i've opted for the payload method, plus i've uploaded the magisk patched zip for 11.0.6.6 with magisk 23 in use.



    Download the recovery and Evo X files and place in ADB folder.


    On your computer
    -------------------


    1. Connect your phone to your computer and open a CMD / Powershell terminal pointed to the ADB folder, mines in the root of C so c:\adb

    2. Run this code: adb reboot bootloader - your phone will reboot to the bootloader

    3. Run this code: fastboot flash recovery .\instantnoodlep-recovery.img and press enter

    NOTE: you can search for the img by typing in it's first letter then press "Tab" so type in i then press "Tab", this will populate the command with the first letter beginning with whatever you typed i = instantnoodlep-recovery.img


    On your phone
    ------------------

    1. Using the volume keys navigate to "Recovery Mode" and press the power key, youll then be in the custom recovery

    2. Click "Factory reset" in the menu, then click format data (THIS WILL WIPE YOUR DEVICE, BE SURE TO MAKE A BACK UP BEFORE YOU DO THIS)

    3. Once complete back out then click apply "Apply Update" this will open up the sideload feature, click "Apply from ADB"


    On your computer
    ------------------

    1. Run this code: adb sideload "NAME OF ZIP" (again you can use the tab feature to find the file)

    2. Once you press enter the process will start and it will flash thereafter, this will take a while (make a cuppa while you wait)


    On your phone
    --------------

    1. Back out of sideload and click "Factory reset" once more then format data

    2. Finally click on Reboot now and the device will reboot, the first boot should be a lot faster than OOS, you'll know it's working as the boot sequence will be different



    Rooting
    ----------


    1. Download the relevant custom ROM and open the zip, you'll see a bunch of files, copy out the payload.bin file

    2. Using the payload dumper program, copy the payload.bin file from your ROM zip to the "input" folder within your payload dumper folder structure

    3. Run the payload dumper tool and it'll extract a bunch of images which will be placed in the "output" folder, we want the boot image (boot.img)

    4. On your phone, enable developer options and install Magisk on your phone.

    5. Copy the stock boot.img to the root of your phone /sdcard

    6. Open Magisk and select the top "install" option on the main page

    7. You should only have one option if you aren't rooted and that will be "Select and Patch a File" select this then choose the boot.img you copied over

    8. Once patching is complete this will move the patched boot image to your "Downloads" folder, copy this out to your ADB folder on your computer

    9. On your computer open a CMD / Powershell terminal window pointed to your ADB folder and type in adb reboot bootloader, your phone will reboot

    10. Once in the bootloader type in fastboot boot "NAME OF IMAGE" in my instance the command was:
    fastboot boot .\magisk_patched-23000_gwZZy.img Once you press enter the device will boot with this image in use

    11. To make root permanent simply open magisk, then select the top install option, then "Direct Install"

    12. Finally reboot and you're done, root should be permanent.
    thanks for the short tutorial
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    Is it possible to improve fingerprint sensor in any future update? if it is posible ill stay in evox cose i really like it , but if is not posible, ill probably go back to oos
    Never had any issues with the FP for me better and faster as on OOS 👍🏿
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    @AnierinB

    I think I've isolated what the issue was with my USB.

    Totally no one's fault, just an unlucky coincidence.

    I was running Evo X and I had the force USB fast charge option on.

    Then in work to help someone who had an issue with a USB-C hub with HDMI connected to it, which wouldn't work on her laptop, so I connected my phone (I have the same hub at home, which works perfectly, it's not cheap it's a high grade one)

    Soon as I did I got a connection ding, then nothing, on opening USB settings all the options were flashing and since then it still does the same, even on my one from home.

    So just wanted to give you a heads up, I wouldn't want anyone else who's turned that on then connected to a USB-C hub and got the same issue.

    PS: it's possible it's not that and just crap luck, but I'm super careful so it's all I can logically think of, no kernel change etc.
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    Hello, today I saw that the safetynet did not pass anymore... A few days earlier everything was okay. I tried clearing play store and play services data but no luck. Also "universal safetynet fix" 1.2.0 module didn't work
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    Evolution X 5.9.2 for the OnePlus 8, 8 Pro & 8T [Instantnoodle][Instantnoodlep][Kebab]

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    Living, Breaking, Keep Evolving.
    Pixel UI, customization and more, we are Evolution X!

    - Team Evolution X -
    @joeyhuab (Founder/Lead Developer)
    @peaktogoo (Project Manager/Co-Founder)
    @
    AnierinB (Project Specialist/Co-Founder)

    Reach us on Twitter! @EvolutionXROM

    Check out our website!
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    What are our features?

    Themes
    - Lockscreen Clock Styles (23)
    - Dark Theme Styles (11)
    - System Fonts (24)
    - RGB Accent Color Picker
    - Accent Colors Presets (64)
    - System Icon Shapes (11)
    - 2020 Pixel Live Wallpapers
    - G-Visual Mod
    - Volume Panel Styles (6)
    - Custom QS Header Images
    - QS Tile Diso
    - QS Tile Icon Styles (18)
    - QS Panel Color Configs

    Statusbar
    - Network Traffic Monitor
    - Clock & Date Options
    - Battery Bar
    - Battery Icon Styles & Percentage Configs (6)
    - System UI Tuner
    - Battery Percent Show/Hide Config
    - 4G/LTE Icon Toggle
    - Roaming Indicator Toggle

    Notifications
    - Heads Up
    - Notification Headers toggle
    - Alert Slider Notification Toggle (For OnePlus Devices Only)
    - Notification light Config
    - Kill App Button Toggle
    - Pulse Edge Lighting
    - In-Call Vibration Options (connect, waiting, end.)

    Quick Settings
    - Quick Pulldown (Right/Left)
    - Smart Pulldown
    - Vibrate On Touch
    - Disable When Locked
    - Hide Battery Icon
    - Notification Header Battery Precent Configs
    - Brightness Slider & Auto Brightness icon Configs
    - Quick Settings Layout Configs
    - Data Usage Visibility Configs

    Power Menu
    - Device Controls
    - Advanced Reboot
    - Optional User Actions (flashlight, etc)

    Gestures
    - AOSP Gestures
    - Back Gesture Configs
    - Toggle To Hide Navbar Pill
    - Advanced Gesture Configs
    - Swipe To Screenshot
    - Status Bar Brightness Control
    - Screen Off Power Button Torch
    - Double Tap To Sleep Status Bar
    - Double Tap to Sleep Lockscreen
    - Screen Off Gestures

    Lockscreen
    - Always On Display Schedule
    - Fingerprint Error Vibration Toggle
    - Fingerprint Authentication Vibration Toggle
    - Custom FOD Icons (26)
    - Custom FOD Recognizing Animations (24)
    - Pocket Detection
    - Charging Info
    - Lock Screen Shortcuts
    - Lock Screen Media Artwork/Notification Configs
    - Lock Screen Music Visualizer

    Navigation
    - Nav Bar Tuner
    - Invert Layout
    - Volume Key Answer
    - Volume Rocker Wake
    - Volume Rocker Playback Control
    - Volume Rocker Cursor Control

    Buttons
    - Volume Rocker Wake Toggle
    - Volume Key Playback Control
    - Keyboard Cursor Control
    - Left/Right Volume Panel Toggle

    Animations
    - Disable Transition Animations Toggle
    - Screen Off Animations (3)
    - Scrolling Cache Configs
    - QS Tile Animations (Flip/Rotate)
    - QS Tile Animation Duration & Interpolator configs

    Miscellaneous
    - Gaming Mode
    - Screenshot Configs
    - Launch Music App On Headset Connection
    - Sensor Block Per-Package
    - Default USB Config
    - Doze Brightness Configs

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    You tell me?

    DO NOT FLASH GAPPS, ALREADY INCLUDED

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    First Time Install / Clean Flash
    1. Be on the latest OOS 11!!
    2. Download ROM.zip (link in thread) & Recovery.img (from below)
    3. fastboot boot RECOVERY.img
    4. adb sideload BUILD.zip
    5. Format data
    6. Reboot to system & #KeepEvolving

    NOTE: It is recommended that you use the ROM installer for OnePlus 8T to avoid sideload/installation errors. You can find such installer
    here

    Update / Dirty Flash
    1. Boot into recovery
    2. adb sideload BUILD.zip
    3. Reboot to system & #KeepEvolving

    KEEP IN MIND THERE IS ALSO OTA UPDATES!


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    Built in Dolby & OnePlus camera support will be available in the next releases! Stay tuned & #KeepEvolving!