While MTP may be a common option, it's not the only one so a quick settings tile is unlikely to be a good fit here.Just a random thought, but shouldn't it be possible to add a toggle to the quick settings in the notification shade that would either turn on MTP for file transfers or else take you directly to the settings to make the change?
EDIT: One other option I just noticed was to change the default behavior in Developer Settings to MTP. Eliminates the need for a toggle of any kind.
Please collect and send logs with the SysLog app when that happens. I don't usually video call on my phone, but I tried to reproduce it once with a 10-minute Signal call and never encountered the issue.Thank you for keeping this phone alive with updates. I really like the web update which makes the monthly task easier.
I find the camera crashing while using it during video calls (faceboook messenger) for extended periods around 15 minutes or so. This happens on both the pixel 2 and pixel 2xl. This does not occur on the original ROM. At first I though it was an isolated case on my phone, but it also happened when I updated my wife's phone.
The ROM's kernel is 100% identical to stock and uses the prebuilt binaries provided by Google as part of AOSP. Nothing related to the governor has been changed. It's also worth noting that high frequencies do not necessarily constitute more battery drain; in fact, they can be more efficient when used and tuned correctly.Not bad.
I've gone with the non-gapps version, with the minor addition of micro-g, since nextcloud talk stupidly won't push notifications without connecting through g-trash.
However, there is definitely an issue with power consumption -- higher than the factory builds. I'm getting about 48% deep sleep, which is consistent with factory builds, 20% 300 MHz, and a stupidly high 35% at 1.9 GHz, despite being screen-off for all time except a moment to check the distribution. Seems like the governor settings could be tweaked a bit so it doesn't jump up so quickly.