Update - 7/7 (8.8.30 firmware minimum)
- Android r44
- July security patch
- Removed AudioFX
- Added Gaming Mode (block notifications etc while specified apps are running)
- Added One Handed Mode tile
- Added more Quick settings tile themes
- Added membar to recents options
- Added Q style to battery icon
- Fix some substratum issues
Odd. Works for me with normal or OC'd ROM (which is to be expected as they're 99.9% identical). Maybe it's because I'm just flashing without wiping data (just sys/vendor/caches).
You can change the DPI (or the resolution) in the terminal with a command (you can enable the terminal in the developer options).This is the current situation, you can see what happens with the status bar, and what shows when I drag down, that is, all the icons that should be in there, but don't fit.
I also tested the notch options, and they make it worse as part of the display gets blacked out totally. Instead, with the default settings, I get the dots, they make it so the icons never go past the central part of the status bar.
I kind of like the current DPI settings, but I suppose I could install a DPI changer just for the sake of checking if the problem persists
Very strange thing happens to me.
Sometimes the alarm doesn't make sound and doesn't vibrate.
This year it happened for the first time but i noticed it happening trice since i use ROMs from here (multiple ROMs, Oreo and Pie)
I have the alarm set for fixed time every day and i'm a light sleeper so there is no way i could forget to set the alarm or sleep trough it.
Still a superb ROM tho
You can change the DPI (or the resolution) in the terminal with a command (you can enable the terminal in the developer options).
In the terminal type:
wm density (so you can see the actual value)
wm density (if you want to change that value put the one you want).