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GPIO switch

  1. G_Alejandro_Fernández_F
    Gingerbread Aug 23, 2017

    G_Alejandro_Fernández_F , Aug 23, 2017 :
    Have stock Android 7.1.1 OxigenOS 4.1.6. no root.
    The only "different" thing you'll find in my phone is that I use Nova Launcher instead of stock one and no, so far haven't had that warning issue from Google protect.
    Just went to settings Google Google protect and everything appears to be normal. Last scan was yesterday. Let's wait a see.....
     

  2. Petri Muinonen
    Cupcake Aug 23, 2017

    Petri Muinonen , Aug 23, 2017 :
    Same here, i am using Nova launcher and have not seen this issue.
     

  3. paul_wigfield
    Gingerbread Aug 23, 2017


  4. Icebird00
    Gingerbread Aug 23, 2017

    Icebird00 , Aug 23, 2017 :
    I have the isue too, on my OP3 with Android 6. It is rooted, the rest is plain stock.

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  5. simon.s.1985
    Cupcake Aug 23, 2017

    simon.s.1985 , Aug 23, 2017 :
    I have a plain OP3 with latest updates. Fresh factor defaulted one week ago. I got the warning 2 days ago. No changes made to the software the phone came with. ☺️
     

  6. Deactivated User
    Aug 23, 2017


  7. jaime_597
    Cupcake Aug 23, 2017

    jaime_597 , Aug 23, 2017 :
    Well I have a bigger problem, as I open the Play Store it closes, I have obviously deleted data but still the same, I imagine is because of that issue cause Play Store showed it to me and i disable the GPIO. Does someone have the same problem as me, or have it solved?
     

  8. frusinate
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 23, 2017


  9. PTuT
    Jelly Bean Aug 23, 2017

    PTuT , Aug 23, 2017 :
    For me, on 4.1.6 it was disabled by Play Protect. After update to 4.1.7, Play Protect says it was removed. However, everything seems to work. Go figure.
     

  10. luigimario
    The Lab - OnePlus 6T Reviewer Aug 23, 2017

    luigimario , Aug 23, 2017 :
    Has anyone figured out how to re-enable it after disabling? Or do we have to wait for the OnePlus solution?
     

  11. G_Alejandro_Fernández_F
    Gingerbread Aug 23, 2017


  12. Darekb81
    Honeycomb Aug 23, 2017


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  13. AngeloCaruso
    Cupcake Aug 23, 2017


  14. G_Jy_Lemonnier_Gabc
    Donut Aug 23, 2017

    G_Jy_Lemonnier_Gabc , Aug 23, 2017 :
    idem
     

  15. UnDaYa
    Gingerbread Aug 24, 2017

    UnDaYa , Aug 24, 2017 :
    I wonder why they did not indicate that in the release notes of OxygenOS 4.1.7 OTA for OnePlus 3/3T
     

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  16. Sam Nakamura
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 24, 2017

    Sam Nakamura , Aug 24, 2017 :
    Likely because of xposed... Stable releases of xposed are only available till marshmallow yet - nougat stable is soon to fallow
     

  17. MrCharlie
    Gingerbread Aug 24, 2017

    MrCharlie , Aug 24, 2017 :
    What's really worrying me is not that GPIO switch, neither the annoying Google notification, but rather all the time needed to OP for investigating and sharing any conclusion. What are that waiting for?
     

  18. mc64
    Cupcake Aug 24, 2017

    mc64 , Aug 24, 2017 :
    I'm still on marshmallow, too (because of xposed) and I just froze it with titanium backup, no issues whatsoever
     

  19. Sabbir.Naim
    Eclair Aug 25, 2017

    Sabbir.Naim , Aug 25, 2017 :
    I think it's a mistake of Google. The just remove the warning.
    I also got that warning of GPIO switch from Google some day ago but I didn't do anything & ignored the warning....
    And today when I tried to check it again on Play Protect, It just removed that warning about GPIO Switch.
     

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  20. 0P4LIFE
    Froyo Aug 25, 2017

    0P4LIFE , Aug 25, 2017 :
    Same here, obviously it was a mistake warning from Google..
    No sweat...anymore