Yes, consider version - MGC_8.6.263_A11_V14 (snap), without additional configs and etc.
Update: clearing Google Play and Play Services data and cache solved it.
You don't need to go back to stock when coming from PixelOS. If I remember correctly, I just wiped data and did a clean install.Hey guys, i'm currently on PixelOS but since its deprecated i want to try something else.
But it seems im too dumb to use the MSM tool. I don't know exactly if my phone goes into EDL mode or not but in the tool itself it doesn't get recognized. qualcomm driver is installed by the way and it shows as "QDLoader 9008" in the device manager. Is there any other way to go back to stock OOS?
Yes OnePlus 7T Pro EU.
Thanks a lot bro!Hello Everyone,
January update is now available!
OOS Firmware: OxygenOS 12.1 H.30
* January and December (2022) security patch
* Google Apps updated
* Fixed battery drain and lag spike caused by Pixel Launcher (Need to uninstall previous updates of Android System Intelligence or do a clean flash if the issue persists)
* 4.14.190 Kernel
* Removed lots of unnecessary OnePlus code
* Minor issues fixed
This is an issue of OOS 12 firmware the PE is based on. Recently OP released the new OOS 12 update which apparently fixed the issue. Whenever OP releases kernel source code it will be updated in this rom as well
There is a stable version 1.3 of the kernel available. In my experience it's noticeable better than 1.2 battery-wise. The brightness issue is still there though.One more thing, anyone experiencing video playback problems? For example firefox and Mastodon won't play videos at all, while chrome and youtube apps play them fine. I read some other users have similar problems so curious to confirm?
After a week on 7T Pro 1913, PE 29.11.2022 + kernel 1.2, everything runs fantastic and smooth, only noticed issues:
* Aforementioned video playback
* Wild screen brightness adjustment (just disabled it and change manually)
* Minor issues but it's noticable when the screen switches from 90 to 60 Hz, the brightness changes very slightly. Can't remember experiencing that on OOS. Keeping screen on 90Hz or 60Hz all the time eliminates this problem.
* This may be subjective, but it feels like the battery is draining a bit faster than on OOS11, could be simply due to battery display/calibration or simply me playing with it more. I have not tried kernel 1.1 before so I can't compare, but it certainly lasts more than a day anyway so it's not an issue for me.