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OxygenOS 10.5.8 for the OnePlus 8 Pro

  1. anuupnair
    Cupcake May 30, 2020


  2. gubro
    KitKat May 30, 2020

    gubro , May 30, 2020 :
    No.
     

  3. anuupnair
    Cupcake May 30, 2020


  4. I1558466108044
    Cupcake May 30, 2020


  5. chubs12
    Gingerbread May 30, 2020

    chubs12 , May 30, 2020 :
    No, you stop. The poster you quoted; his black bar is NOT "seeing the status bar in a different color from time to time".

    There's a clear line going from left to right, roughly the height of the camera punch hole.
    I have the exact same problem, as do tons of other users. It is *not* the OS "cycling" colors to prevent burn-in. This occurs in low brightness against certain grey colors - then it is most visible.

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  6. sonhawk
    Eclair May 31, 2020

    sonhawk , May 31, 2020 :
    Yeah, you're right. There is a line. But Groohmsch is also right.

    Unless you have had a line fading to the right, that is exactly the same height as the camera cutout, it isn't burn-in and it isn't permanent, Burn-in results from displaying the same image at the same place on screen for very long periods of time. That long period of time is not hours or days, but weeks or months.

    So, your line doesn't match criteria for burn-in.

    What it almost certainly is, is something akin to image retention, except that it is more like a shadow caused by the camera cut out. This type of shadow is not permanent or damaging to the OLED panel.

    Burn-in is actually very rare, especially with a device that's only been out for a month-and-a-half. Most cases of claimed burn-in are (or are related to) image retention. I recommend doing a web search to learn more about it.
     
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  7. S1589181508919
    Cupcake May 31, 2020

    S1589181508919 , May 31, 2020 :
    Do you think the battery is improved now?
     

  8. chubs12
    Gingerbread May 31, 2020

    chubs12 , May 31, 2020 :
    I don't think it is burn in either.
    It is there always with the correct conditions.
    Low brightness and gray background.

    I will appear even if device is in sleep and I just turn it on (and reproduce those conditions). Just seems like a defect or limitation of sort.

    The burn in , yeah that happens too but generally it is just temporary retention for me. It does go away, and is even more subtle than the camera hole bar thing..that one is very annoying at night (once you notice it).
     

  9. Sinnaz0709
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 31, 2020

    Sinnaz0709 , via OnePlus 8 Pro Glacial Green , May 31, 2020 :
    to me it seems to be an issue with the UI and Dark Theme handling dimming and grey shades at that point... I've switched to light theme and there are no issues you don't see the bar at any time even when dimming and I use light themed wallpapers..

    it may be software related but it's a bit annoying... so until they sort it out out I'll use a light theme set up... doesn't affect my battery that much anyway...
     

  10. chubs12
    Gingerbread May 31, 2020

    chubs12 , May 31, 2020 :
    It's the color gray.. but the right shade of it.. which chrome in dark mode has.
    In DC dimming, the colors go off completely, also making that gray more like black.. for whatever reason.. and then it also disappears. ..

    :(
     

  11. Sinnaz0709
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 31, 2020

    Sinnaz0709 , via OnePlus 8 Pro Glacial Green , May 31, 2020 :
    yup seems so.
     
    Last edited: Jun 1, 2020

  12. sonhawk
    Eclair May 31, 2020

    sonhawk , May 31, 2020 :
    Agreed.

    Just because it isn't permanent doesn't mean that it isn't irritating.
     

  13. thamer32
    Eclair Jun 1, 2020


  14. thamer32
    Eclair Jun 1, 2020

    thamer32 , via OnePlus 8 Pro , Jun 1, 2020 :


    thamer32

    Hi , I have a problem with my OnePlus 8pro
    In signal power icon I have this sign (!) And I have no internet so I changed my chip and still the same.
    In the picture you will see the (!) Sign
    View attachment 1328108
    my update version is 10.5.9​


    I did all steps below and same result
    We request you to follow the below steps to perform clear cache
    - Power off your device.
    - Press the power key + volume down for a few seconds.
    - Select English.
    - Tap on Wipe data and cache.
    - Tap on Wipe cache.
    - Tap on Yes to confirm cache wipe.
    - Wait for the wipe process to complete.
    - Reboot phone.
     

  15. OPD
    Froyo Jun 1, 2020

    OPD , Jun 1, 2020 :
    Updated to 10.5.8, got the same issues everyone is having :(

    Greys aren't greys when changing brightness... It's very noticeable in low light, and with apps that use grey background :(

    Example (look at the search bar):
     

  16. Sinnaz0709
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 2, 2020

    Sinnaz0709 , via OnePlus 8 Pro Glacial Green , Jun 2, 2020 :
    Are users on 10.5.8 also experiencing the Widevine DRM downgrade from L1 to L3... you can do a quick check in the Netflix app under app settings and playback specification.

    basically the downgrade restricts you to SD Content.
     

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  17. JoseReyes69
    Gingerbread Jun 2, 2020

    JoseReyes69 , Jun 2, 2020 :
    Seems that I also have the same L3. I'm on 10.5.9
     

  18. Sinnaz0709
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 2, 2020


  19. SteveCP
    Honeycomb Jun 2, 2020

    SteveCP , via OnePlus 8 Pro Onyx Black , Jun 2, 2020 :
    hasn't affected my DRM level, still lvl 1
     

  20. JoseReyes69
    Gingerbread Jun 2, 2020

    JoseReyes69 , Jun 2, 2020 :
    According to Netflix app theses devices are listed as HD capable
    • OnePlus 7

    • OnePlus 7 Pro

    • OnePlus 7T

    • OnePlus 7T Pro

    • The OnePlus 8/pro are not listed at least in the Netflix app in my device