OxygenOS 9.0.3(Hot Fix)OTA for OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T

  1. N1517235739249
    Eclair Jan 5, 2019

    N1517235739249 , Jan 5, 2019 :
    I guess you made Google Assistant recognise your voice then. Turn that off and it will be fixed.

  2. ggck
    Cupcake Jan 5, 2019

    ggck , Jan 5, 2019 :
    no, I didn't.

  3. L1546720286241
    Cupcake Jan 5, 2019

    L1546720286241 , Jan 5, 2019 :
    I could hear the shutter sound in apps like Camera, Snapchat, Insta even though the Shutter sound setting is turned OFF in Camera setting. What can be done for that?

  4. PokiX
    Jelly Bean Jan 5, 2019

    PokiX , Jan 5, 2019 :
    I guess only notifications using GCM will really popup in deep sleep (otherwise, why would google use/force a centralized system). If the application does not keep the device slightly awake, you'll probably miss some.
    But then that should be a widespread issue for all Pie phones. Weird.
    I do have my own applications and unless I force a wake-lock, I loose messages (in a very undeterministic way...)

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  5. PokiX
    Jelly Bean Jan 5, 2019

    PokiX , Jan 5, 2019 :
    Put your finger on the speaker ;)

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  6. E1546720957188
    Cupcake Jan 5, 2019

    E1546720957188 , Jan 5, 2019 :
    when do i get the update of anroid 9 as many moto users have get that already. and as i think ones plus brand is way more better. then kindly help for update.

  7. DogeAlpha
    Honeycomb Jan 5, 2019

    DogeAlpha , Jan 5, 2019 :
    Oh and I have some UI issue somewhat related to notifications.
    In the settings app when I hit Apps & Notifications there's a noticeable delay until it opens the menu, all the other menus in the settings open faster than this one.
    If I go deeper and I tap Notifications (within Apps & Notifications) there is a big delay. Like 2 seconds.
    This was the reason I factory reseted the phone in the first place. It was fine for 1-2 days but now it's happening again.
    These are the only laggy menus and it's a bit frustrating and I dont understand what causes the delay in the first place.
    The same delay occurs even when I tap the back button, but only when I go back to these 2 menus

  8. PokiX
    Jelly Bean Jan 5, 2019

    PokiX , Jan 5, 2019 :
    Now that you mentionned that, I remember I'm getting the same. Is it a big deal? Not much in my opinion :) Could be that it's parsing all applications and might have a complex algorithm behind? Not per se an issue IMO. Either IO bound or CPU bound. If CPU bound, there are more reactive kernels but less battery friendly.. its always a tradeoff. People want their 6h+ SOT whatever they do...

  9. Tommyd78
    Eclair Jan 5, 2019

    Tommyd78 , Jan 5, 2019 :
    Does your phone not work properly with Oreo?

  10. HaggyHammer
    Eclair Jan 5, 2019

    HaggyHammer , Jan 5, 2019 :
    9.0.0 completely ruined the WiFi on my phone to be honest, barely ever worked. Recently updated to 9.0.1 and so far so good. Still early days, but seems to have done the trick.

  11. SuprithR
    Cupcake Jan 5, 2019

  12. amiyasharma25
    Cupcake Jan 5, 2019

    amiyasharma25 , Jan 5, 2019 :
    after pie update.... cannot shut off the camera click sound... even on off position camera click sound is coming.....

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  13. Tcat007
    Honeycomb Jan 5, 2019

    Tcat007 , Jan 5, 2019 :
    Move to another country that allows it.

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  14. DogeAlpha
    Honeycomb Jan 5, 2019

    DogeAlpha , Jan 5, 2019 :
    After observing running services, I noticed that the whatsapp process just kills itaelf after 3 minutes in background.
    Are you nuts? Who needs deep optimization when the OS is so agresive by default...

  15. Aziz_Amin_Oneplus
    Jelly Bean Jan 5, 2019

    Aziz_Amin_Oneplus , Jan 5, 2019 :
    Set the WhatsApp to not Optimize and then check it, it worked for me.

  16. bensuc
    Cupcake Jan 5, 2019

    bensuc , Jan 5, 2019 :
    Not recommended. Mobile data connection drops all the time, hot spot sharing is hard to join the network.

  17. PokiX
    Jelly Bean Jan 5, 2019

    PokiX , Jan 5, 2019 :
    It's the race for the SOT!! ;) Everybody asked for it, they get it.
    Well, frequency scaling is ok (can be tweaked with root) but aggressive sleeping can be a pain. It's a major design of android up to its kernel and apps need to be design with that in mind.
    Whatsapp service is not killed, it goes into background (there's a lot of long boring documentation if you are interested). Some other service keep a process and stay in foreground (like XDA labs) and will suck more battery. Like 3 minutes less SOT maybe :p
    I don't think I loose whatsapp notification but will keep an eye on it.

  18. jmarks
    Honeycomb Jan 5, 2019

    jmarks , Jan 5, 2019 :
    Reading the previous messages from experiences with 9.0.0 and 9.0.1 updates, I think the most prudent approach is keeping OS based on the Oreo and wait (quietly) for a better Pie version "without" bugs.

  19. DogeAlpha
    Honeycomb Jan 5, 2019

    DogeAlpha , Jan 5, 2019 :
    WhatsApp doesn't really get killed it becomes a cached process.
    Which is actually useless because it doesn't help me get my notifications.
    I disabled adaptive battery.
    Maybe it won't put the app to sleep now

  20. PokiX
    Jelly Bean Jan 5, 2019

    PokiX , Jan 5, 2019 :
    In tests for my own apps, neither disabling optimisation per app nor adaptative battery helped in the end (only thing was a wake-lock). But yes, give it a try, you never know.