Yeh seems to be back to how it was a couple updates back, which is great!I find significant battery life improvement in 21st June update... I was using 20 June update for the last couple of days & hourly battery drain is 16%...Now I find 8% hourly battery drain... I hope it stays the same..
NB : I have also reduced the maximum core frequencies a little bit & it may be one of the reasons for the improved battery life
Hi there.Pixel Experience official - June hotfix
* Loudspeaker audio fix
* Minor performance improvements
FIRMWARE AND VENDOR ALREADY INCLUDED
Dirty flash is fine
NOTE: Only use kernels marked as "CAF"! "OSS" or prebuilt kernels won't fully work!
Important: Older recoveries, particularly OrangeFox will not work with this build. TWRP 3.5.1+ or any build of PE recovery is recommended! New TWRP builds (3.5.2_10-5+) are untested!
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Just as an FYI there were no major changes to telephony since may. You're the first person reporting this issue too, so I'd say it's more likely it's something on your side. I'd try these things: SIM from a different carrier (maybe it's a hardware issue?), other SIM from EE (maybe it's just been locked or something?), swapping SIM slots (no idea why it'd matter but worth a try) and finally playing with preferred network type for a bit.Was on 2105 build with no issues for the last week or so - Updated through the built in updater last night which seemed to work fine, but mobile data is now broken - 2g for calls/texts works, but no 3g/4g etc.
Tried dirty flash to downgrade and that failed, so had to revert to a TWRP backup, which got data working again.
Just tried flashing the 2106 version manually via TWRP and exactly the same - everything works fine with wifi/bluetooth, but no mobile data connectivity.
This is on EE - the biggest UK network, so hardly a fringe case.
Network settings seem the same as on previous version - any ideas on how to fix it?
Same with me ..
I tried but seems cts fails... though playstore is certifiedFAQ (yes, I know, these things may be obvious to you)
1. Do safetynet/gpay/nfc work?
A: Yes, they do!
2. Does decryption work in recoveries?
A: Yeah, it does on newer ones (recommended TWRP 3.5.1+)
3. Does Volte/Vowifi work?
A: We got a few successful reports from people using them. In general if it worked before it should work now
4. I wanna check the integrity of the files, what are the MD5s?
A: regular: fa097bdd37169506ce1cbe125061ff45 plus: 5d876edf7e5191556e1c8f4191d722fd
5. Do you recommend flashing force encryption remover?
A: No. It's a very important security feature and disabling it is just stupid
6. Is OTA fine?
A: Of course!
One of the earlier 11 builds.
yes - I guess if you added the private dns hostname IP address to the local android hosts file it might then work. That seems to be possible from some searching.