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OxygenOS 10.0 for the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7

  1. Antoine.hage
    Donut Oct 9, 2019

    Antoine.hage , Oct 9, 2019 :
    I don't agree that scrolling through 688 pages of, let's face it, complaints from people about software issues, is easier than you replying to the person and telling them that it was delayed due to bugs and that person gets the notification on their phone and will know the answer in a second. we should all be helping each other here. do you know how I got here? because I was wondering if I'm ever gonna get the update. and 1+ did not bother with a banner announcement on top of this app so I scrolled and I scrolled until finally I found a comment explaining it.
     

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  2. iulisimo
    Gingerbread Oct 9, 2019

    iulisimo , Oct 9, 2019 :
    Ce dreak faci cu 5G in Ro?
     

  3. iulisimo
    Gingerbread Oct 9, 2019

    iulisimo , Oct 9, 2019 :
    So I will receive the update after 18 months?
     

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  5. Rohit Bairagi , via OnePlus 7 Mirror Gray , Oct 9, 2019 :
    I have locally upgrade to 10, but that also have hug bugs... waiting for fix ...
     

  6. thanoskalk
    Gingerbread Oct 9, 2019

    thanoskalk , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Oct 9, 2019 :
    spoke with OnePlus just now..... the news are not good, the update wasn't released earlier because it will be released later. This is an inside information...

    when the update is released OnePlus will update all of us about the update.

    also from now on all the updates will be released one month after the announcement so therefore all updates will called oneplus-month.


    Android 10 will be the one after 9 and before 11.
     

  7. ErikMcCall
    Donut Oct 9, 2019

    ErikMcCall , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Oct 9, 2019 :
    yep totally. who needs the other OnePlus 7 Users with their old phones. unbelievable!!! [e]1f602[/e]
     

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  8. G_Deepchand_B_iAoJ
    Gingerbread Oct 9, 2019

    G_Deepchand_B_iAoJ , Oct 9, 2019 :
    In between 21st October - 23rd October
     

  9. Legend189 , via OnePlus 7 Pro Mirror Gray , Oct 9, 2019 :
    I don't think we will receive it before the launch of the new 7tpro and yes its unbelievable oneplus has put this into practice.
     

  10. V1512067662910 , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Oct 9, 2019 :
    I know that they are fixing a lot of bugs right now ,but it would be a better way to all customers if they had made the first roll out a beta and not a trash bugging version and called it stable. because that ain't fair for customer that think they are getting a update but instead they actually get it a month later and that is a wired though if you realise that the phones are nearly a half year old.
     

  11. X1558106020009
    Cupcake Oct 9, 2019


  12. iulisimo
    Gingerbread Oct 9, 2019

    iulisimo , Oct 9, 2019 :
    OnePlus one month updates...this is good, you will receive a new OnePlus 11 phone as a gift....after OneMonth
     

  13. iulisimo
    Gingerbread Oct 9, 2019

    iulisimo , Oct 9, 2019 :
    You will not receive it....
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  14. Trlindbe , via OnePlus 7 Pro Nebula Blue , Oct 9, 2019 :
    Man there are some whiny and entitled people on here. Moat other devices from other manufacturers won't be getting Android 10 until next year. stop bitching and be happy it's on the horizon.
     

  15. J1556066732958
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019


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  16. Ponsingh.J
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019

    Ponsingh.J , Oct 10, 2019 :
    it's been 20 days from the roll out but still i didn't get the Android 10 update... when will we get the update? #onepluscommunity
    #Android10
     

  17. Ponsingh.J
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019

    Ponsingh.J , Oct 10, 2019 :
    Are you sure?
     

  18. kpranjal123
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019


  19. Ultraman215
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2019

    Ultraman215 , Oct 10, 2019 :
    Wasn't Project Treble supposed to fix this issue?
     

  20. docnok63
    Jelly Bean Oct 10, 2019

    docnok63 , Oct 10, 2019 :
    Knowing the hotfix patch is coming in the next three weeks, I decided to jump back on A10 to test the new RiCE build and make sure my information about substratum lite was accurate I had a couple of unexpected things happen along the way...sorry in advance for the long post:

    First I disabled all Magisk modules in Pie and deleted substratum and RiCE 6.0 for Pie. I then loaded up A10 GM21AA via TWRP, reinstalled TWRP v70, and rooted with latest Canary (debug) version. I post this because a later screenshot will prove weird...
    Screenshot_20191009-140653.jpg Screenshot_2019-10-09-14-44-07.png Screenshot_20191009-150320.jpg

    Everything booted fine, but I noticed I forgot to uninstall FNG and it asked for root access. I uninstalled FNG and just enabled the regular Google left/right gesture in settings (screenshot later shows why this is mentioned.) I re-enabled all my Magisk modules and added RiCE 7.0 for 10 and the module for my 4K video recording on all lenses.
    Screenshot_20191009-152823.jpg

    I downloaded substratum lite and rebooted. Boot was fine again and I went into tweaking RiCE. Everything works as before with the exception of on the extended volume panel the phone volume no longer shows, but the important part is that the ring volume and notification volumes are separate in sound. All other RiCE tweaks work perfectly. This doesn't feel like an Alpha build...damn near release ready:
    Screenshot_20191009-162232.jpg

    On to substratum lite theming- NFL fingerprint wouldn't load, so I just reinstalled the apk and it was fine. The animation doesn't work on 10, but the icon is perfect. Pitch Black kept crashing so I disabled the compatibility mode that lite suggested I enable during setup. I then went to Swift Black and it loaded fine. I installed overlays A10 system and for all the apps that don't have a native dark mode. I only added Google Canary to the list because I don't like its native dark mode. There was an error for 3 system overlays that I never use, so I didn't care. Reboot and:
    Screenshot_20191009-155536.jpg Screenshot_20191009-163401.jpg Screenshot_20191009-161144.jpg Screenshot_20191009-161234.jpg Screenshot_20191009-161220.jpg Screenshot_20191009-172842.jpg

    Did you notice some good things about those screenshots? Of course you did. In the first one you can see how pretty the lockscreen looks with the Dallas Cowboy FP logo and no notification from @Georgeoneplus7pro! Next, in the third screenshot you see that Gboard is all the way to the bottom edge!!! I think this is because I had FNG still installed/enabled from Pie when upgrading. I'm not sure and I'm certainly not gonna update it via the Play Store (turn off auto-updates for the app) or theme it with lite! If it ain't broke, don't fix it!!! Also, in the last screenshot, I love how Swift Black looks on Canary!!! I usually run a combo of Swift and Pitch Black but right now, Swift is all I need.

    As I said before, I added the 4K video recording Magisk module an XDA member made off of my work. What I had forgotten is that I installed OP cam v3.8.69 in Pie. The module still works with this version, but you lose 4K recording with the telephoto lens. Make sure you're on v3.8.59 before upgrading to 10 from Pie. I'm not bothered by it right now, but I might try reinstalling the camera later:
    Screenshot_20191009-164020.jpg Screenshot_20191009-164009.jpg

    Things I lost from Pie: Kirisakura kernel isn't compatible with 10 yet (as far as I know)
    Things I gained from Pie: 4K wide angle video recording
    Things normally lost in 10 that I have: Gboard is flush with the bottom edge by accident.
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    You see that RiCE reports that I have GM21BA installed, when I showed in first screenshot that I don't. Obviously gonna be cleared up with a later build.

    In summary, phones bought from OP are completely unlocked. Take advantage of this and unlock the bootloader and install Magisk at the least and TWRP for good measure. Android was made for to personalize and with Magisk modules and substratum lite, great things are possible.
     
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2019

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