Sounds like maybe your persist.img is corrupted... Not sure if you have oneplus 7 pro or 7, but search for persist.img fix on xda, may be able to find the solution for it. I haven't had it happen to me, but saw it mentioned before.
Thanks for the information. Unfortunately I didn't manage it, so I'm back on OOS.
I've triggered builds on official jenkins & my server and didn't see this.
Arrow hasn't added this back yet. Literally, we perform complete tests on each change to ensure that builds pushed to users are clean and stable.
Thank you! i could install it but i can't load any config files, any suggestions?On kosp 12 work 7.3 urnyx from here. https://www.celsoazevedo.com/files/android/google-camera/dev-urnyx05/
Since Android 11, apps need permission to access all files (the config files in this case).
Some users asked for the real auto refresh rate, so we implemented this. The flickering you guys found is caused by frequently switching panel modes (Yes, colors under 60Hz / 90Hz are different cuz the vendor could calibrate a panel only once) So, it's clear that the only method to prevent this issue is setting both min/max refresh rate to 90Hz.
and proof here (22-01-10, 3:12 UTC+8)
Probably will not. I personally consider it's redundant.
in a few days? pls try tweaking APN preferences first.
Camera I recommend you to use gcam 8 or the OnePlus camera 3.3.8 which works great.Well just went on this ROM... what a great job !! Hope the (January) security patch soon
Just one thing, the camera is a little bit... well... "poor' regarding the options... I switched for GCam 7.3 (as some people said in this thread) and think it could be great to implement this app as the default camera.
The first Q&A here already gives all the necessary hints but let's go a bit more into detail. First of all, you need to download and successfully install (along with all its needed dependencies) Payload Dumper. I'll explain how to do it directly on your smartphone under Termux. It's just an adaptation of the guide that you can find here which didn't work out of the box for me, probably because of the different Termux version, this leading also to different versions for the packages, especially Python and its modules. I exclude mistakes by the original writer instead.
termux-setup-storage apt update && apt upgrade -y pkg install python2 -y pip2 install --upgrade pip cd storage/downloads pkg install wget -y wget https://github.com/vm03/payload_dumper/archive/refs/heads/master.zip unzip master.zip cd payload_dumper-master pip install -r requirements.txt pip install backports.lzma python2 ./payload_dumper.py ../payload.bin
cd "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Minimal ADB and Fastboot" fastboot flash boot boot.img