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altafharsh60

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i have done similar, from orange fox i flashed twrp - > rebooted to recovery - > dirty flashed CORRECT PEplus
the above steps doesn't boot the device, it comes back to recovery.
So i went back to orange fox and clean flashing the rom worked.
Can someone enlighten me what mistake I have done

thx, but it doesn't work for me
Try this
1. Uninstall busybox and check 2. downgrade magisk version and check.
My Citibank app was detecting root, when I uninstalled busybox it is working fine .
 
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Cediumxz

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Hello, Ive got problems with the Statusbar. When I have an alarmclock enabled and wifi turned on etc. the Wifi Icon is missing on the top right corner and there only is a dot and the symbol for mobile data. If I turn of Wifi completely the top right corner of the status bar is completely empty, I dont even see the mobile data icon anymore.
 

alrafiq

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Dec 21, 2020
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Hello guys,
I started to face problems with my Poco -I am on the latest PE+ version-.
The problem is that the apps section in the settings does not work, whenever I open it it takes me to the settings home -this also happens if I press on an app and choose info-.
One other thing is that the device suddenly reboots out of nowhere.

The only thing that changed in my use lately is that I started to use USB tethering.

Anyone else with these problems? Any solution?
 

Zatsando

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Oct 16, 2017
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hey guys, i have pe on my poco f1 and the screen doesn't turn off automaticaly but i have to manually turn it off, is this a known bug or should i do something?
 

katoda_ltd

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Apologies if this was mentioned earlier, however my search in the thread did not bring any results.
I faced the following problem: when using 3-buttons navigation, there is no input method change button visible, so basically you cannot change keyboards (and I have a need to do it from time to time) on the fly.
Everything works as expected while using 2-buttons navigation, then the button allowing you to change keyboards is correctly presented in the bottom right corner of the screen.
Am I the only one facing this issue? Or maybe either nobody needs that button or is not using 3-buttons navigation?
 

Retrial

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Apologies if this was mentioned earlier, however my search in the thread did not bring any results.
I faced the following problem: when using 3-buttons navigation, there is no input method change button visible, so basically you cannot change keyboards (and I have a need to do it from time to time) on the fly.
Everything works as expected while using 2-buttons navigation, then the button allowing you to change keyboards is correctly presented in the bottom right corner of the screen.
Am I the only one facing this issue? Or maybe either nobody needs that button or is not using 3-buttons navigation?
You can change the keyboard by holding spacebar on keyboard.
 
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katoda_ltd

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I moved to Pixel Experience from MIUI 12 and on that ROM there was a notification allowing me to change the keyboard. While looking for a solution I found this article https://support.swiftkey.com/hc/en-...-do-I-switch-between-and-manage-my-keyboards- so indeed it depends of ROM. E.g. on my old Motorola 4G with LineageOS 14 and 3-buttons navigation, the keyboard change button is present in the bottom right corner of the screen.
 

Retrial

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I moved to Pixel Experience from MIUI 12 and on that ROM there was a notification allowing me to change the keyboard. While looking for a solution I found this article https://support.swiftkey.com/hc/en-...-do-I-switch-between-and-manage-my-keyboards- so indeed it depends of ROM. E.g. on my old Motorola 4G with LineageOS 14 and 3-buttons navigation, the keyboard change button is present in the bottom right corner of the screen.
So you enabled this setting and you don't get the notification neither the button right?
 

katoda_ltd

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It's a system related thing, not keyboard related, there is no setting to enable or disable this button/notification. It appears always when you have more than one virtual keyboard enabled and it is either a button or notification, depending of operating system version.
In this specific ROM it's a button. It appears when you're using 2-button navigation but did not appear while using 3-button navigation and I think it's not correct.
 

pocof1u

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I can't preview ring notifications it was working fine yesterday but today I can't seem to be able to preview ring notifications in the notification swipe down with the little arrow to the right.
 

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  • 7
    September update is rolling out!
    Download
    Changelog:
    Device Specific:
    - September security patch
    - SafetyNet should be passing again
    - Misc fixes and translation updates
    Etude kernel:
    - Linux 4.9.282
    - tweaked the haptic intensity for the tick effect
    - DO NOT use a third party kernel without proper support for Pixel thermal hal
    - Rewrote the QTI aidl vibrator HAL to implement haptic effects for QPNP Haptics driver
    - now the vibrator can perform predefined haptic effects instead of doing duration-based vibrations only
    some operations (the back gesture for example) will have new haptic feedbacks; some existing haptic feedbacks are more accurate and concise, like the long press on home screen and the silent/vibrate toggle in the volume panel
    3
    Hi folks, Safety net getting failed ( CTS profile ) in Aug build. In play store also saying Device Not Certified. Clean flashed, no magisk, no tweak.. Anyone else facing same issue?
    You aren't alone
    We have to wait. Apparently Play store certification is one thing, CTS profile is another thing - it fails in my case too.
    They're both related.

    If you guys want to fix that you need to use XPrivacyLua (Magisk and Xposed required)

    1. First, go to Magisk and install the Riru Module. Once the installation succeeds, come back to the modules page. Do not reboot yet!
    2. Next, install the LSPosed Module. Once that installs successfully, reboot your phone. This is important! Do not reboot in the first step.
    3. Once the phone reboots, you will see a new LSPosed app installed on your phone.
    4. Now, you need to install XPrivacyLua from the Xposed repo or GitHub. Once that installs, go to the LSPosed app and go to Modules.
    5. There, choose the XPrivacyLua and make sure that you “Enable Module.” Initially, make sure “System Framework” and “Settings Storage” options are checked.
    6. Now, go to the top right and tap on the three-dot menu. Select “Hide” and uncheck the “System Apps.”
    7. So now, you need to scroll down and find Google Play Services among all the apps. Just Check that. Now Reboot your phone again.
    8. Now when your phone reboots, you need to go back to the LSPosed app and ensure that there are three options checked in the XPrivacyLua module. There are – “System Framework,” “Settings Storage,” and “Google Play Services.”
    9. Once that is all right, close LSPosed, and there will be another app installed on your phone named “XPrivacyLua.” Open that. Click “I Agree.” (You may need to activate resource hooks in LSPosed settings and reboot twice before the module load correctly the first time)
    10. Here, find Google Play Services and tap on that. Now, you need to check only one option there. And that’s “Use Tracking.” That should be the last option there.
    11. Finally, Clear all the data and cache of Google Play Store as well as Google Play Services. Also enable MagiskHide.
    12. And now do a final reboot!

      (Source : https://droidholic.com/fix-safetynet-failed-cts-profile-false/ )
    Tested by me, working just fine. SafetyNet pass and device is certified now.
    3
    There is a rootkit in the latest build.

    Sometimes during the day camera goes ON.
    Memory consumption goes 400-500MB UP.
    Battery usage goes HI.
    That lasts for about 5 to 10 minutes.

    My apps are strongly controlled and their permissions are super tight. Tried to pinpoint the anomaly to an app but could not. What is left is that there is a Spyware incorporated in the build during the production or during the deployment process.
    Seems you are pretty sure about it. It's better to show proofs while talking about spyware in the ROM because you scare users and you defame the developer. Provide logs if it's possible while this happening. I never had an issue like this.
    Do you use Magisk? Modules? Any weird app? Maybe Face Unlock?
    2
    I DONT KNOW WHETHER I HAVE TO SHARE THIS OR NOT BUT, HERE I AM

    I'M IN LOVE WITH PIXEL EXPERIENCE PLUS but saw these things:

    1. Turning off notch gives a bad notification draw response(maybe bad display repair causing this).
    2. Some weird animation timings for eg. when app installation gets completed, popup still remains for installing the program.
    3. GBoard goes down suddenly when I type(maybe this is also happening because of display repair).

    CONCLUSION
    It's good to be back in ROOTING BUSINESS and It's more fun with pixel rather than MIUI.
    1
    This latest version is perfect. Bugs were fixed regarding automatic brightness, delay in photos taken by telegram and Whatsapp... It seems to be more fluid too...
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    PixelExperience for Poco F1 [Beryllium]

    What is this?
    Pixel Experience is an AOSP based ROM, with Google apps included and all Pixel goodies (launcher, wallpapers, icons, fonts, bootanimation)

    Our mission is to offer the maximum possible stability and security, along with essential and useful features for the proper functioning of the device

    Based on Android 11.0



    Whats working?
    Wifi
    RIL
    Mobile data
    GPS
    Camera
    Flashlight
    Camcorder
    Bluetooth
    FMRadio
    Fingerprint reader
    Lights
    Sound / vibration


    Known issues
    HDR
    Widevine L1


    DON'T FLASH GAPPS, ALREADY INCLUDED
    Download from Pixel Experience website


    Donate
    Liked our work? Give us a beer
    Lakshay


    Translation
    Help with project translation

    Stay tuned
    Our Telegram channel
    Our blog






    XDA:DevDB Information
    PixelExperience 11, ROM for the Xiaomi Poco F1

    Contributors
    lakshay18
    Source Code: https://github.com/PixelExperience

    ROM OS Version: Android 11
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
    Based On: AOSP

    Version Information
    Status:
    Stable

    Created 2020-11-28
    Last Updated 2021-06-22
    24
    Why there's no face unlock and status bar customizations and also an option to hide full screen gesture bar as well and make all app fullscreen?? Request to add those in the next build, thanks and I appreciate the efforts you devs putting into this device. Thank you again have a great life ahead and god bless you.
    I recommend use the Fullscreen/Immersive Gestures Magisk module for fullscreen apps.
    21
    STEPS TO FLASH PIXEL EXPERIENCE 11 📲
    Notes:
    Firmware and Vendor are already included in the ROM, no need to flash them.
    Doesn't matter from which ROM are you coming from, even if you previously was in PE 10, you need to Format Data. [All your data into Internal Storage will be lost during formating, so take backup of your personal files]

    CLEAN INSTALLATION ⚡
    1. Download Pixel Experience Normal or Plus latest build on the Internal Storage or to your external SDCard
    2. Download, flash and reboot to latest Official TWRP and do the steps:
    Steps without external SDCard:
    • Select Wipe > Advanced Wipe
    • Select Dalvik / ART Cache, System, Data, Vendor, Cache and then Swipe to Wipe.
    • Flash ROM > Magisk [Optional] > DFE [Optional - Not Recommended]
    • Go back and select Wipe > Format Data > type yes [All your data into Internal Storage will be lost]
    • Reboot and Enjoy!
    Steps with external SDCard:
    • go to Advanced > File Manager > External_SD and delete all folders in ur ext sd card (For example you should delete: Android, .android_secure, LOST.DIR, DCIM, etc) except your personal files/folders and the folder with your custom ROM/Gapps/Magisk/DFE you want to flash.
    • Select Advanced Wipe
    • Select Dalvik / ART Cache, System, Data, Internal Storage, Vendor, Cache and then Swipe to Wipe. [All your data into Internal Storage will be lost]
    • Flash ROM > Magisk [Optional] > DFE [Optional - Not Recommended]
    • Go back and select Wipe > Format Data > type yes [All your data into Internal Storage will be lost]
    • Reboot and Enjoy!
    DIRTY INSTALLATION (MANUALLY UPDATE TO LATEST BUILD)💾
    1. You must already be on Pixel Experience 11
    2. Download Pixel Experience Normal or Plus latest build
    3. Reboot to latest Official TWRP and Wipe Dalvik / ART Cache, System, Vendor, Cache.
    4. Flash the ROM > Magisk [Optional] > DFE [Optional - Not Recommended]
    5. Reboot and Enjoy!
    Note: If you encounter any kind of issue with dirty installation, try clean installation before reporting the issue.

    OTA UPDATE INSTALLATION 🤖
    Go to Settings > System > Advanced > System Update

    GOOGLE CAMERA PORTS & UNIVERSAL STOCK CAMERA UNINSTALLER 📷
    MAGISK ROOT SOLUTION 🧙‍♂️

    PIXEL EXPERIENCE STANDARD VS PLUS EDITION 📱
    Pixel Experience Standard Edition
    Display
    • Stock Always-On-Display
    • Stock Ambient Display
    System
    • Based on stock Android - AOSP
    • Added Pixel UI, features and optimization Device-based features
    • Special for Xiaomi phones (ex. Wake Up Gestures, Sound Enchantment)
    • Special for OnePlus phones (ex. 90Hz refresh rate, Alert Slider)
    Buttons
    • Pixel Navigation bar and gestures
    Pixel Experience Plus Edition
    All Standard edition features, but also
    Display
    • LiveDisplay (color profile, display mode, reading mode, color calibration)
    • Rotation settings
    • Lock screen display (media cover, music visualizer, power menu)
    • Tap to sleep
    • Wake on plug
    • Prevent accidental wake-up
    Sound
    • Link ring & notification volumes
    • Increasing ring volume
    • Per-app volume control
    System
    • Partial screenshot
    • Network traffic monitor
    • Status bar icons
    • Clock (clock position, show seconds, am/pm style)
    • Battery indicator (battery status style, battery percentage)
    • Brightness (brightness slider, auto brightness, brightness control)
    • Quick settings (quick pulldown, title visibility, vibrate on touch, rows, columns)
    • Quick settings animations (style, duration, interpolator)
    • App Lock
    Gestures
    • Swipe to screenshot
    Buttons
    • Navigation bar
    • Power button (power menu, end call, disable on lock screen, long press for torch, automatically turn torch off)
    • Power menu customizations
    • Volume buttons (wake device, answer calls, control playback, keyboard cursor control, riorient)
    Developer options
    • Advanced restart
    Note:
    These are almost all features of the plus version. This list may change with new updates.

    Guide by @Retrial
    15
    The wait is over! PixelExperience Plus for Beryllium is finally out along with Face Unlock, March Security Patches and stuff.

    Check the changelog here: https://lakshay.wtf/posts/pixelexperience_plus-beryllium-march-update/

    Cheers!
    Lakshay
    12
    hi,. What's the difference standard / plus? thanks
    Pixel Experience Standar Edition
    Display
    • Stock Always-On-Display
    • Stock Ambient Display
    System
    • Based on stock Android - AOSP
    • Added Pixel UI, features and optimization Device-based features
    • Special for Xiaomi phones (ex. Wake Up Gestures, Sound Enchantment)
    • Special for OnePlus phones (ex. 90Hz refresh rate, Alert Slider)
    Buttons
    • Pixel Navigation bar and gestures

    Pixel Experience Plus Edition
    All Standart edition features, but also
    Display
    • LiveDisplay (color profile, display mode, reading mode, color calibration)
    • Rotation settings
    • Lock screen display (media cover, music visualizer, power menu)
    • Tap to sleep
    • Wake on plug
    • Prevent accidental wake-up
    Sound
    • Link ring & notification volumes
    • Increasing ring volume
    System
    • Partial screenshot
    • Network traffic monitor
    • Status bar icons
    • Clock (clock position, show seconds, am/pm style)
    • Battery indicator (battery status style, battery percentage)
    • Brightness (brightness slider, auto brightness, brightness control)
    • Quick settings (quick pulldown, title visibility, vibrate on touch, rows, columns)
    • Quick settings animations (style, duration, interpolator)
    Gestures
    • Swipe to screenshot
    Buttons
    • Navigation bar
    • Power button (power menu, end call, disable on lock screen, long press for torch, automatically turn torch off)
    • Volume buttons (wake device, answer calls, control playback, keyboard cursor control, riorient)
    Developer options
    • Advanced restart

    Note:
    These are almost all features of the plus version. This list may change with new updates.