The ROM firmware must be different to stock firmware somehow.Hi, I'm not new to installing LineageOS but I've never really followed the official guides. Since I was thinking to move also my 1+7t to this ROM, for once I opened the official guide and to my surprise I found the entry about updating "updating to the newer vendor firmware".
Is this really necessary? I have always thought that it comes when available with an update of the custom ROM. Is this incorrect?
Thank you for the answer.The ROM firmware must be different to stock firmware somehow.
For some of us with a particular model, the mic doesn't work after flashing the ROM. Flashing the stock firmware after flashing the ROM fixes the mic. If your mic is fine, you don't need to flash stock firmware.
What does baseband update mean for us? Its not that much left until November. Its important for users to push Oneplus the right direction for longevity.FYI ... firmware 184.108.40.206:
Baseband version (the same as fw 220.127.116.11):
About updating firmware on hotdogb:
If needed, you can download the required files for updating your firmware here (unzip and follow the official instructions ... use LOS recovery in fastbootD mode)
About Android 12:
Oppo has been rolling out the Android 12-based ColorOS 12 update for eligible smartphones since September 2021. The company has been releasing update schedule every month since then. The latest plan meant for June reveals that the Oneplus flagship phones from 2019 will finally get access to beta...www.gizmochina.com
I started to think if I want this update at all. Not long time ago my second SIM stopped working. AT&T turned off 3G near my home (I guess) and it was unable to find network. It was able to see AT&T on the first SIM, but not on the second, even though I have enabled LTE for the 2d SIM. That was on OOS.
I have added these settings using setprop and without touching build.prop. It seems to survive reboot and just now it has survived OS upgrade. Both SIMs register in their networks.On OP7T / LineageOS .. What I did was modify build.prop and inserted the following: persist.radio.multisim=dsds; persist.radio.multisim.config=dsds & persist.vendor.radio.multisim_switch_support=true.
I tried using set prop but noticed that it was only temporary, so I went with build.prop.
Inserting only "persist.radio.multisim dsds" didn't show up as a dual sim phone and I wasn't able to enable DSDS.
Reset network, reset apnCan anyone help with missed calls and texts very delayed? I'm on TMO prepaid. I use this rom coming from the TMO 7T varient > Global rom > Los 18.1, and having hit or miss calls and messages. I sometimes get a text or call in real time, but other times I get delayed texts (bunch at one time) and callers often say it goes straight to voicemail. Sometimes I dial, and popup says "Can't connect to network" even though phone displays online wifi + LTE. Or, I send a text, and error is "failed to send message". Usually reboot the phone will send that message. I think it's associated with transitioning in and out of wifi/lte but can't put a finger on it in terms of roaming around networks.
For this ROM, I've updated 2-3 times since it's been available, but still stuck with this issue.
As a note, I put the TMO sim in my old 'decomissioned' pixel 2 to test sim card, and all calls/sms seems fine for the week I used it.
So, I finally got a chance to look into this for you, and while I'm still not 100% sure I tested correctly, it looks like it might. I followed these instructions to test, and it ran the iptables command without an error (and I think it should error out of that kernel feature/module isn't included... At least that's how it works on desktop Linux).
LOS auto updates these baseband. But you can flash the above latest baseband even before LOS integrates them(if you want to).
If you're on windows:
(Prereq: You need ADB installed on your machine and know how to use it
Download the release file's zip, currently labelled as "latest" and extract it to a folder you can access (possibly your Downloads folder).
Go to that folder, and right click on ih8sn.conf, and click "Open With" and select Notepad
Edit the configuration(attaching conf file contents for Oneplus 7T with this post, check below) with your desired results for your device and click save
Method 1: Run "push" windows power shell script file via windows power shell
Now you're ready to push the results. However, the push.sh is for linux, so right click on that file and open with notepad.
Now you can see the following, this is what you're going to type into your command prompt:
Method 2: (manually running the script)
adb wait-for-device root
adb wait-for-device remount
adb wait-for-device push 60-ih8sn.sh /system/addon.d/
adb wait-for-device push ih8sn /system/bin/
adb wait-for-device push ih8sn.rc /system/etc/init/
adb wait-for-device push ih8sn.conf /system/etc/
This calls adb root which requires ADB Root in the developer options on your phone (not providing details on that)
Then it remounts the system (if you have issues, review the other issues)
It then pushes the files from your local directory to their respective folders.
You're doing some pretty "advance" things and thats why this is not beginner-friendly and no one but yourself is responsible if anything goes wrong.
I'd recommend you NOT do this and instead wait for proper documentation.
Note: All credits to LUK and the person who had made this guide on github.
Conf file contents: (copy paste exactly everything below this into conf file and save)
BUILD_DESCRIPTION=OnePlus7T-user 11 RKQ1.201022.002 2110211506 release-keys
What is your-- LineageOS version: LineageOS Download url: Gapps version: Did you-- wipe: restore with titanium backup: reboot after having the issue: Are you using-- a task killer: a non-stock kernel: other modifications: Provide any additional information (observations/frequency of problem/last version it worked on/etc) as needed: