Another thing I've noticed is that fingerprint reader is very very imprecise. It detects my fingerprint like 1/10 times. I've tried setting again, different fingers, and is still the same. I don't know if it's normal, but for me is nearly unusable.
if dirty then you use the same as you used the previous time, full for the gapps
Well, I have the problem.
you should clean flash, sounds like you broke somethingWell, I have the problem.
Flash ROM, reboot.
It doesn't boot into system, but to some purple recovery.
Tried rebooting several times from there, no go.
Then booted to fastboot, booted twrp from there, flashed twrp, rebooted twrp.
Flashed Magisk, reboot, same happens.
It reboots to TWRP now.
Had to reboot to previously active slot to get into the system.
@FireRattus , any idea what could go wrong?
Flashing Jaguar for the 6 series should be always followed by flashing twrp 3.5.2 installer, then rebooting into recovery and flashing Magisk.
Hello @optimumproFlashing Jaguar for the 6 series should be always followed by flashing twrp 3.5.2 installer, then rebooting into recovery and flashing Magisk.
You don't need clean flash when switching from Vanilla to Full.
Try to reflash the rom and boot it without Magisk. If the phone boots, then it is Magisk. Don't use unstable Magisk, such as Canary.
If you are updating from a previous release, you should already have TWRP 3.5.2 in both slots, as you were supposed to flash TWRP installer right after the rom. So, flash the rom, flash TWRP installer, then you can proceed to step 3.Hello @optimumpro
Thank you for the suggestion.
0. Disable Magisk addons, reboot once, then reboot to recovery (optional)
1. Flash ROM, don't reboot
2. From TWRP, flash twrp 3.5.2 zip, don't reboot
3. Reboot to recovery
4. Flash stable Magisk, e.g 25.2
5. Reboot system
6. Enable disabled Magisk addons from step 0 (optional)
Why do you disregard a clear instruction to flash TWRP 3.5.2 immediately after flashing the rom (no reboot)? You must do it on each update. This is how you install TWRP. Otherwise, you will have a builtin recovery, which is not needed on Oneplus 6 and 6T.
Thank you, clear enough!
XDA upload works in 1 out of 100 tries. AFH isn't working at all. Google drive is working fine. So, switch to incognito mode or try another browser.Hi Optimumpro,
Could you kindly please also upload the new January V28 release to XDA or Androidhosting? Because when I click google drive, I keep getting a blank page.
The MD5 from the previous release matched to yours last time I asked about it, so it should not be a problem if XDA displays their own hash in the download link.
And sorry for the late reply to your earlier question, I post on the OP6 thread too because I also own a OP6.
Thanks again for keeping this ROM alive for OP6/T users!
Just found out from another post that Androidhosting is going out of business?! Perhaps you can upload to Mega.NZ ??? They are quite reliable with fast download speeds.