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[Submitted] Known Issues for OnePlus 6/6t Android Q DP

  1. Abdulbasithmh software Operations Staff Member OnePlus Bug Hunter May 13, 2019

    Abdulbasithmh, May 13, 2019 :
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  2. Abdulbasithmh software Operations Staff Member OnePlus Bug Hunter May 13, 2019

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    Abdulbasithmh, May 13, 2019 :
    Hello Everyone,
    The Android Q beta developer preview is not a stable build, it's meant for developers and advanced users who have experience flashing unstable builds, as mentioned in the main post.
    You should understand the risk of BRICKING your phone, read the instructions carefully and be 100% sure of what you are doing, and please always backup your important data before flashing.
     

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  3. Abdulbasithmh software Operations Staff Member OnePlus Bug Hunter May 13, 2019

    Abdulbasithmh, May 13, 2019 :
    Solution for the Known issues reported on the forums:

    1. After a reboot, it displays as the wrong pin even if the correct pin is entered.
    Solution:

    Below are the steps to follow:
    1. Turn off the device.
    2. Press and hold the volume down and power buttons until you get the recovery mode screen.
    3. By using the volume buttons to navigate and power button to select, select the preferred language.
    4. Now select Wipe data and cache.
    5. Then select Erase everything.
    6. Once the wipe is done, reboot the device.
    7. Setup the device by using the Google account which is used earlier. (In case if you've set a pin or password earlier, the device would ask for it and enter the earlier pin which would help.)
    8. As an alternative security lock, use the pattern which should help us regarding this.
    9. Once the setup is done, reboot the device again and check if the pattern is working fine.

    2. unable to flash downgrade package after downloading and it doesn't show up in the local update section
    Here are the steps:
    1. Download the full downgrade file according to the device.

    2. Move the file to the root directory (Internal Storage of the device).
    3. By using the file manager, rename the file as .zip in the ending. (delete .jar).
    4. Once this is done, go back to Settings > System > System updates.
    5. Tap on the gear icon (settings) at the right top corner.
    6. Tap on Local upgrade and select the full downgrade file.

    Note: Make sure the file ends only with .zip but not with .zip. or with any other special characters.
     

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  5. G_MobilePay_clhol_lQrT Cupcake Jun 18, 2019

    G_MobilePay_clhol_lQrT, Jun 18, 2019 :
    When trying to install the Android Q OTA:
    OnePlus6TOxygen_34_OTA_001_all_1905032146_wipe_221b43d22d9b4dd4.zip

    I get "System update installation failed" when trying to do "Local update".

    In logcat I see the error:
    E/update_engine: [0618/054832.331211:ERROR:delta_performer.cc(1453)] The current OS build timestamp (1559022749) is newer than the maximum timestamp in the manifest (1556891096)

    My build number is:
    A6003_41_190528
     

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  6. J1558463477797 Cupcake Jul 8, 2019

    J1558463477797, Jul 8, 2019 :
     

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