Ciao, guarda questo link (si trova sulla pagina iniziale, è il website dello sviluppatore).
You mean direct install or install to inactive slot after OTA? typically in OOS we followed the install to inactive slot to preserve root with an OTA update.Yeah I just ota'd and Magisk'ed direct install before rebooting. This release is perfect. Well except for like the post above me said, the wide angle on OnePlus camera doesn't work but the gcam one does anyway so it's a non-issue. And I think the brightness is fine but I've installed modules on OOS that makes the auto brighter by a bit so I don't mind at all, especially since I constantly just use the swipe on status bar to adjust brightness shortcut. Also stutters I mentioned before are completely gone. Perfectly smooth, even on chrome, impressive. I guess the kernel change helped a lot?
Yeah you're right it's the install to inactive slot one I got mixed up I'll edit it up there if I can. Also I like the new haptic feedback, it feels more like stock OOS imo. I love putting the keyboard haptic sens to 1ms so that it barely gives that haptic tapback without it feeling like a cheap vibration motor and the haptic motor config in the old update couldn't do that. It made the haptic feel strong and like that of an old budget phone. I prefer the refined newer settings. It's still strong too, it just doesn't feel cheap.
Got my response on telegram just in case someone else was wondering:Ok I might not be the smartest peanut I'm the turd but I for the life of me can't figure out what the "plus" edition is? Is it for the ram difference between 8t models? Is it for the TMobile variant? Or does it have a different feature set? I've searched and searched and searched and probably missed it but I seriously can't figure it out. HALP
Yup, these new betas of Neutrino kernel work on Pixel Experience... I've got the "experimental" one intakes right now to test it. However, I'm running into the same issue I've run into with every single version of Neutrino...the smaller CPU cores will*NEVER* drop down to their minimum clock speed, regardless of what settings I change (yes, I've adjusted them to the standard minimum clocks, enabled set on boot, etc.). I've tried with both Franco's FKM & Flar2's EXKM kernel managers, even wiping app data for both. No matter what I do, any version of this kernel burns through battery quite a bit quicker because it's entirely averse of dropping to minimum clock speeds even when there's basically zero load on the CPU. This even happens with a fresh install of Pixel Experience ROM with a full factory reset.Hello everyone,
I read from the changelog that the ROM currently uses the Neutrino kernel.
Through this Telegram channel (https://t.me/NeutrinoKernelOP8T) I follow its development and I notice that the latest releases are more updated than the kernel that comes with the ROM.
Has anyone tried to flash these releases? Unfortunately I can't figure out if they are for the OxygenOS, for the custom ROMs like our Pixel Experience or both!
adb reboot bootloader fastboot boot recovery.img
adb sideload <ROM>.zip
adb sideload <MagiskFileName>.zip
fastboot reboot recovery
adb reboot bootloader fastboot -w fastboot flash recovery recovery.img fastboot reboot fastboot fastboot flash boot boot.img fastboot flash dtbo dtbo.img fastboot --disable-verity flash vbmeta vbmeta.img fastboot --disable-verity flash vbmeta_system vbmeta_system.img fastboot flash system system.img fastboot flash system_ext system_ext.img fastboot flash product product.img fastboot flash odm odm.img fastboot flash vendor vendor.img fastboot reboot