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OxygenOS 4.1.1 (Download included)

  1. elanglois
    Lollipop Mar 29, 2017

    elanglois , Mar 29, 2017 :
    Adventure how? Even if you don't have a full OTA for the new update you can use the partial by flashing your current full OTA ROM (to make sure its in the unmodified state), then you can load stock recovery via fastboot (you don't have to flash it, just boot to it directly over USB) and flash a partial OTA. At that point you can boot back to TWRP to backup the system image so you have a pristine copy for the next OTA and then root the current copy.

    My case was a little weird since I run FreedomOS and wanted to make sure the entire install process went smoothly so I replaced the 4.1.0 in the installer zip with the files from 4.1.1 and tweaked a few files. No official Freedom for 4.1.1 yet, but I made it myself :) That was an adventure!
     

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  2. NeVeR_SeTTLe
    The Lab - OnePlus 6 Reviewer Mar 29, 2017

    NeVeR_SeTTLe , Mar 29, 2017 :
    Great job, bro! :cool:
    Are you dual booting Oxygen and Hydrogen?
     

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  3. elanglois
    Lollipop Mar 29, 2017

    elanglois , Mar 29, 2017 :
    No. I'm running OOS 4.1.1 shoved into the Freedom 2.6.1 package with the H2OS Launcher. Its a MUCH better launcher. Then I use the H2OS Reborn patch to add Hydrogen OS accent colors and the blacked out notification patch. So, it's a bit of a mash up, but the internals are all still stock OOS underneath.

    I'm using stock kernel to test 4.1.1 performance for a couple days, but will likely go back to blu-spark's afterwards so I can compare.
     

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  4. NeVeR_SeTTLe
    The Lab - OnePlus 6 Reviewer Mar 29, 2017

    NeVeR_SeTTLe , Mar 29, 2017 :
    Why is that H2OS launcher better than the original stock H2OS launcher?
     

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  5. elanglois
    Lollipop Mar 30, 2017

    elanglois , Mar 30, 2017 :
    This is the latest H2OS Launcher from the beta a couple days ago. I don't know about earlier H2 launchers, but compared to OOS, they use the swipe gesture like a pixel to open the app drawer vs the old button and this is nice and fluid. Stock OOS has an animation that feels laggy which gets only worse if you speed up the animation.

    Shelf background blur is back
    Nougat app shortcuts are included
    The bug about bookmark shortcuts to files not working (like using FX or ES file managers to put a file on your home screen) has been squashed.
    Settings and Customize interface is now intuitive rather than hiding stuff.

    I also have the new H2 File Manager installed which has a secure storage vault to encrypt files. I hope these end up in OOS soon or I may just stick H2OS in my FreedomOS zip next time! Its very tempting!
     

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  6. elanglois
    Lollipop Mar 30, 2017

    elanglois , Mar 30, 2017 :
    Granted, its still early to give battery estimates of 4.1.1, but I'm at 63% battery left. I let the OS settle a bit and then charged it to 100% and unplugged it. Here is what Accubattery has to say ...

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    This includes some camera use and long phone calls. Stock kernel.
     

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  7. Justin709
    Honeycomb Mar 30, 2017

    Justin709 , Mar 30, 2017 :
    Bahahahahaha


    You are crazy! Don't believe everything you read. Especially only!

    (Passes tinfoil hat)

    Here you need this!

    Lolz

    Love trolling trolls!
     

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  8. Justin709
    Honeycomb Mar 30, 2017

    Justin709 , Mar 30, 2017 :
    Nice. Thanks for the tip. That's actually helpful. l have to check it out.
     

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  9. F_Seshasayee_Vyas_KaTy
    Cupcake Mar 30, 2017


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  10. OnePlus3=4?
    Gingerbread Mar 30, 2017

    OnePlus3=4? , Mar 30, 2017 :
    bahahahaha

    LOLZ

    ... yeah

    we were talking about ONE app sending data to some server.
    you suggest dont believe EVERYTHING you read.
    are you just that retarted? almost worries me..
    Have a good life good sir.
     

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  11. OnePlus3=4?
    Gingerbread Mar 30, 2017

    OnePlus3=4? , Mar 30, 2017 :
    Agree, it sure enhances the battery life.
    And yup, antutu straight up eats the whole battery if you don't manually freeze it after running it, dont know why
     

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  12. OnePlus3=4?
    Gingerbread Mar 30, 2017


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  13. brazilianmonkey
    Cupcake Mar 30, 2017

    brazilianmonkey , Mar 30, 2017 :
    I guess I'm lazy and usually just want do a full backup, apply the full OTA in TWRP, root it and be done. But I guess that's not much more complicated that you've laid out. Never booted to recovery via USB but I'm sure there guides out there.

    thanks for the insights!
     

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  14. Nicklut
    Cupcake Mar 30, 2017

    Nicklut , Mar 30, 2017 :
    Tomorrow i receive my 3T, if i put this file in my root and boot to recovery(stock). I can install this zip?
     

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  15. Ronaldoroshan
    Cupcake Mar 30, 2017


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  16. elanglois
    Lollipop Mar 30, 2017

    elanglois , Mar 30, 2017 :
    If you have the full OTA, and they usually have them, then what you laid out is fine. I don't even backup anymore since I can always recover.

    Using FreedomOS is the real pain since you lose all the extras if you don't wait for the author to make a new version, which is why I just did it myself.
     

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  17. elanglois
    Lollipop Mar 30, 2017

    elanglois , Mar 30, 2017 :
    You can do it without recovery. Go to Settings, then update, then look in the menu :)
     

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  18. Justin709
    Honeycomb Mar 30, 2017

    Justin709 , Mar 30, 2017 :
    Thank you for proving my point. People are crazy on here. You are no exception.

    CrAzY
     

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  19. Arvind@98
    Cupcake Mar 31, 2017


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