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[ROM][Official][Nightly] LineageOS 16.0 for OnePlus 3/3T

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@!ndeXpl!cat!on:

Fpr the Eleven widget issue: did you try to disable battery optimization for eleven? Since I've disabled it, I can't reproduce the issue any more - even after the eleven notification has gone.

can confirm, on a quick testing this seems to be the solution, will test over the next days and will inform you if the issue still appears under different circumstances.

thank you very much again
 

Johannes1098

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phone shuts down and empty over night

Hello,
I'm using the last official build LOS 16.1 from april.
Since 3 days (or nights) I've a strange issue:
I set up an alarm clock for the morning, and switch the phone to airplane mode.
In the morning, the phone is empty. Phone just buzzers, as it tries to boot for the clock.. Pluging in the cable: "Battery is empty, please charge".
It's really total empty. And it's not because of a drain from the battery, I attached the battery statistic. It's just like a "hard cut" and baam: phone off & empty
The battery level in the evening wasn't that low: 40%, 25% and 75%

I din't change anything on the software - only play store updates, as they're installed automatically.
Maybe a g-services update could cause it?

I've no clue why it's happening, does anybody else have this issue?

Edit: I also described it (in German) in the OP forum: https://forums.oneplus.com/threads/oneplus-one-schaltet-sich-von-alleine-aus.283295/#post-21633109
Another user also reported that problem this morning...
It seems it only happens with an activated clock?

EDIT: I switched to LOS 17.1 and it disappeared. Cannot say what was the reason for this and I hope it'll never appear again...
 

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nvertigo67

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Hi - is there anywhere I can still access these builds? I'm running 20200325 but want to know if there are any more recent nightlies on 16.0.

As you can see in https://github.com/LineageOS/hudson/blob/master/lineage-build-targets 16.0 isn't build anymore for oneplus3.

You may want to have a look at
https://forum.xda-developers.com/on...m-hardened-lineageos-16-0-oneplus-3t-t4034869 (by @MSe1969 ) or
https://forum.xda-developers.com/on...oss-device-development/rom-nlos-16-0-t3879405
 
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  • It seems I resolved my screen doesn't switch on, it was my quite crazy guess but it might be right:)Well, what I did is to swap qcom,mdss_dsi_samsung_s6e3fa5_1080p_cmd and qcom,mdss_dsi_samsung_s6e3fa3_1080p_cmd nodes in device tree. There is kernel parameter that passed from bootloader that is used by kernel module to choose right panel model node thus I did nearly the same as changing that parameter (I won't change bootloader, of course). And it worked. It very likely means one of:
    • My cheapest display replacement is made from initially OnePlus 3 display somehow adapted to be in 3T assembly. Or whatever crazy engineer mind could produce:) It could be some other models not fully functional or not passed QA or who knows what
    • There are still some differences in commands LOS issues and what stock outputs and when applied to this semi compatible hardware it creates such results
@dmukhin
Sorry to pull back this old issue, but I have this problem with a 3T and LOS18.1 (screen sometimes doesn't switch on when pressing power button).
Can you explain in more details what you did to solve it so it can be adapted to los18.1 ?
Do you have to build LOS from source to solve it?
Thanks a lot
 

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