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OxygenOS 10.3.4 for the OnePlus 6 and 6T

  1. adi1001
    Honeycomb May 30, 2020

    adi1001 , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :
    i updated to 10.3.3 and calibration is by doing charging overnight, then also my device temperature is not less than 40 and my area's temperature is arround 29 to 31 degree centigrade.
    i am tired of this heating issue and battery also drains quickly.
    for eg i charged it today till 88% in next 4 5 min its on 86 literally without using it.
    and after charging it gets heated for 5 6 min then comes down to 40 42 45 degree.
     

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  2. rhyd1am
    KitKat Community Expert May 30, 2020

    rhyd1am , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :
    Any phone will heat up and therefore use battery quicker in those kinds of ambient temperatures. Here in the UK I can see a difference in battery life if its a really hot day! Overall though I get great battery life with the 6t.
     

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  3. adi1001
    Honeycomb May 30, 2020

    adi1001 , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :
    what is battery quicker ?.
    how much SOT u get and what is standby time ?
     

  4. R1543465200018
    Froyo May 30, 2020

    R1543465200018 , May 30, 2020 :
    are you getting my point. I know how to enable and disable works.. My issue is why is such a huge gap? it wasn't that huge gap earlier when it was enable.

    If you doesn't know how to resolve the issue, please don't comment unnecessary. What u r saying is to disable, which I don't want to . because it was working earlier.
     

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  5. ZenClar
    Cupcake May 30, 2020


  6. Chinmaya Mahapatra
    Cupcake May 30, 2020

  7. B_Wrath
    Moderator Moderator May 30, 2020

    B_Wrath , May 30, 2020 :
    It's a staged rollout, as stated in the opening post.
    It might take up to 2 weeks for complete rollout.
    Please wait.
     

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  8. MCunha
    Gingerbread May 30, 2020

    MCunha , May 30, 2020 :
    That's why is a 0.0.1 increment... From 10.3.3 to 10.3.4.
    You aren't obligated to update.

    Cheers.
     

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  9. MCunha
    Gingerbread May 30, 2020

    MCunha , May 30, 2020 :
    Try to use Oxigen Updater.
     

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  10. C1539714882692
    Cupcake May 30, 2020


  11. MCunha
    Gingerbread May 30, 2020

    MCunha , May 30, 2020 :
    after swipe up and open the manager, hold your finger in the app that you want to keep
     

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  12. Caomhin
    9 Series Expert, Participator of the Year Community Expert May 30, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :
    Have you also tried a Full Factory reset after Backing up the phone. Steps in previous posts I have posted here and elsewhere. It will be a fresh install of your current OOS. Not sure why yours is heating and mine is not, other than customisations and personalisation involving 3rd party apps.

    I have Factory reset on 10.3.2. Due to me messing up a setting in developer options. Then I run the optimisations I mention in the posts I send. My phone runs fine. I installed 10.3.3 coming from Beta 6 and 10.3.4 incremental. All versions never gave me an issue of any kind.
     

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  13. Caomhin
    9 Series Expert, Participator of the Year Community Expert May 30, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :
    When enabled the gap is to allow the showing of your app history. The app icons will appear there. When you disable it, they no longer have the gap to show those app icon history. [e]1f633[/e]🙄
     

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  14. adi1001
    Honeycomb May 30, 2020

    adi1001 , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :
    yes i do factory reset after every update and charge device overnight for 4 5 charge cycles.
     

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  15. adi1001
    Honeycomb May 30, 2020

    adi1001 , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :
    btw is there any diffrence between clean installation and doing factory reset ?
    does both methods gives different result in system performance ?
     

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  16. Caomhin
    9 Series Expert, Participator of the Year Community Expert May 30, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :
    Clean install is using something like MSMDownload tool, where it reconfigures your partition as well as install a fresh installation of the build of your choosing.

    Factory reset can be done 3 ways,

    1. it just removes apps, data, accounts etc without touching the Android OS

    2 it removes the OS, but leaves data, videos, personal data alone.

    3 Nuclear complete wipe, and it removes everything, OS, Data, Personal data, apps the whole lot, you need to Enable Erase Internal Storage to do this wipe.

    None of the above Factory Resets will alter the existing Partitions in Android 10. Only the MSMDownload tool will reconfigure those partitions, bit of a double nuclear wipe.
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  17. adi1001
    Honeycomb May 30, 2020

    adi1001 , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :
    so for better performance which method will u recommend ?
     

  18. Caomhin
    9 Series Expert, Participator of the Year Community Expert May 30, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 30, 2020 :


    adi1001

    so for better performance which method will u recommend ?​


    I have never used MSMDownload, its mostly used to downgrade a build. I will have to invoke @ironass to give further details on this tool.

    I personally went with the 3rd option Nuclear wipe out. But I didn't allow the apps reinstall from a backup, and I didn't not put the data back on the phone. I installed the apps manually as I wanted or need them. Left the junk ones I never or rarely use off the phone.

    The data, like photos, music etc are on a laptop and hard disk, never have enough backups. Always backup your data folders such as DCIM, Pictures, Download, Music, Books, Documents, etc to another device or 2 such as Laptop then external Hard disk.

    I used Google Sync on the phone to backup accounts, contacts, phone and message logs, I use Google Messages, and Google Keep for notes, they are also backed up, my passwords and logins are also selected for backup.

    When syncing back I allow all contacts, messages, phone logs, accounts, logins and passwords, Google Photos will resync back your current photo set to date. Apps I install manually direct from Playstore and only required apps.

    Other than that the only thing I have to do is customise my launcher and a few settings to Optimise the apps once more.

    Once the phone is back up running. I also use Fast task killer from Playstore to free ram after clearing Recents.

    Clearing Recents has the effect of force stopping the app once it has been optimised in Settings, Battery, Optimisation.
     

  19. Jaberjb
    Gingerbread May 30, 2020

    Jaberjb , via OnePlus 6 , May 30, 2020 :
    owh okay, that's a relief though 😅
    i was kidding anyway! so have you got the update yet?
     

  20. Jaberjb
    Gingerbread May 30, 2020

    Jaberjb , via OnePlus 6 , May 30, 2020 :


    Caomhin

    If it returns,

    You can minimise the app notifications, and possibly silence any sound it makes.

    Go to Settings>Apps and notifications>All x apps>3 dot menu>Show system apps>Android System>Notifications|>FG OPThemes...

    Click on FG OPThemes... It will give you options

    Select Other less important without sound and Vibration.

    Should reduce intrusions.​


    now that's what i call real help, cant thank you enough.
    they should pin this comment.
    and thanx to you a lot [e]1f60d[/e]
     

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