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javi2246

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If you are having issues with cwb-test-2, you will also have issues with cwb-test-3. I have uploaded cwb-test-4 with some recent changes from OPPO. Please report back if the issue persists.

Black screen bug again in a few hours on cwb-test-4 :/.

Does it matter which boot slot and vendor_boot they are installed in?

With cwb-test-4 by default it is installed in slot b, but I think other times it has been installed in slot a.
I just force install in both slots (boot and vendor_boot), but vendor_dlkm won't let me force it (Writing 'vendor_dlkm_a' FAILED (remote: 'No such file or directory')), by default it installs in slot b too.
 

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Black screen bug again in a few hours on cwb-test-4 :/.

Does it matter which boot slot and vendor_boot they are installed in?

With cwb-test-4 by default it is installed in slot b, but I think other times it has been installed in slot a.
I just force install in both slots (boot and vendor_boot), but vendor_dlkm won't let me force it (Writing 'vendor_dlkm_a' FAILED (remote: 'No such file or directory')), by default it installs in slot b too.
You shouldn't need to do anything more than flash them to the active partition your on. And one fails . It's ok your still getting patch.
 
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@ZVNexus I'm seeing the bug on v4 but only in one very specific situation - when connected to power and left to idle. It's happened twice. But, when I go to sleep and activate Sleep As Android it doesn't do it because the phone is 'working' (I think)

@javi2246 You need to use fastbootD not bootloader mode to flash all three files, I get no errors when doing that.

A general warning: I thought I was being clever and applied the update through recovery, rebooted recovery to activate the slot, then flashed v4 before first boot and bootlooped myself, had to factory reset... Oops
 

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@javi2246 You need to use fastbootD not bootloader mode to flash all three files, I get no errors when doing that.
hypothetical - if i have already flashed the 3 files but i did not use thefastbootD mode, is it okey to just flash the 3 files again but this time nin the fastbootD mode? no need to reinstall the rom?

woud if be a better install if i flash first the 3 files before flashing the rom?
 
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If you are having issues with cwb-test-2, you will also have issues with cwb-test-3. I have uploaded cwb-test-4 with some recent changes from OPPO. Please report back if the issue persists.

v3 was better than v4. Issue seen on both, about once every 24-48h, but v4 seems to do it at random. With v3 I pinpointed it to a specific scenario (see my last post).
 

javi2246

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v3 was better than v4. Issue seen on both, about once every 24-48h, but v4 seems to do it at random. With v3 I pinpointed it to a specific scenario (see my last post).
I confirm this. With v4 yesterday he was bug again, once every 24h. With v3 I only have a black screen once in just over 48 hours.
 

javi2246

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Don't use any of them, they were just for testing resolutions to the issue. None of them work. Waiting for OnePlus to release newer kernel sources since they haven't since .C44.
I think that in spite of everything, your patches work better than the stock, especially v3.
Hi all, can you please confirm that wifi Calling / voLTE works with LOS 19 on Lemonade?
Yes, at least with movistar (spain). But the icon is not shown, even if the calls are really HD (volte or vowifi).

by the way, would it be complicated to add those icons in lineageos @ZVNexus?
If I remember correctly, oxigen stock has those icons (at least in op5), I've always missed them.
 
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Not_perfect

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hypothetical - if i have already flashed the 3 files but i did not use thefastbootD mode, is it okey to just flash the 3 files again but this time nin the fastbootD mode? no need to reinstall the rom?

woud if be a better install if i flash first the 3 files before flashing the rom?
That would also interest me very much. I did it according to the wiki instructions. And there is no fastbootD.
 

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I Tested LOS19 on my LE2113 for 3 weeks. Its stable. No black screen bug. But there are some other little bugs for me.
I have problems with the 3 buttons gesture. These do not work reliably. Best results are when swiping from below, not pressing directly on it.

The other one ist with Night Light.
I have always Night Light on. Is easier on my eyes. When the screen unlocks, first for one second comes normal light and then the night light. And vice versa when the screen locks. Light goes for one second to Normal Light and then the screen goes off.
 

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Since the a 2022-07-24 the firmware is included in the official updates. But if I build it myself according to the instruction, the firmware is not included. Is it possible to add it in the self build?
 

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    LineageOS is a free, community built, aftermarket firmware distribution of Android 12, which is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device.

    LineageOS is based on the Android Open Source Project with extra contributions from many people within the Android community. It can be used without any need to have any Google application installed. Linked below is a package that has come from another Android project that restore the Google parts. LineageOS does still include various hardware-specific code, which is also slowly being open-sourced anyway.

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    This section is for updating LineageOS. You must have your device connected to your computer to do this.

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    1. Reboot to recovery.
    2. Write down which slot you are currently on somewhere. You will need it in case the update does not boot correctly.
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    Starting this month, all builds that I upload will require OOS 12 firmware to boot. You must follow the instructions here BEFORE you can even update to these builds:

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    After this, you must reboot into bootloader mode and flash the new recovery image, which I will also upload. From there, boot into recovery and flash the new build. If you had Gapps installed, reboot into recovery and flash them again.
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