You can't change the volume once screen recording is on. It stays either full or zero. The slider will show movement, but the volume won't actually change.
Is that the beta 20 update file?
I am beginning to think that the 3 posters mentioned in my earlier post, #1801, may have downloaded the old Open Beta releases, 19 & 11, from the OnePlus Download store, or similar.
Nah... all 3 couldn't be that daft... could they?
Will cross out that post until I can confirm.
Anything can happen in oneplus forums.
Where did you download the update package from?
yes latest beta
Were you on Open Beta before?
Did you download this from somewhere or did it arrive Over The Air (OTA)
From where did you download?
That's an odd bug. Was unable to reproduce it (music was playing, volume was able to change during the recording and loudness would change in the finished recording).
I didn't check it on the latest beta. I did check it on the previous one and I had the bug.
I was using wireless headphones. If that can be a problem, I don't know.
oneplus official website
That's the old beta update. Beta 19.
Latest is beta 20.
@ironass you got the answer.
Given a few posts above.
I cannot believe that there are so many low calibre Open Beta testers that cannot even work out the correct numbering.
Will adjust my earlier post accordingly. DUH!
oneplus just rolled out open beta 20 i had no idea
Don't tell me you didn't figure that out by now
The open beta threads became idiotic sheet the first few open betas for OP3/T.
Yup. Happened with the Bullets Wireless (also noticed that if audio is currently playing then you will get no audio until the volume is adjusted). On beta 11. Do you know if it's specific to headphones/earphones or when it comes to Bluetooth audio devices in general (i.e. speakers)?
You would have gotten idea if you read this thread before trying to update.
Shot on OnePlus - Juin, 2019
by Gaston NP, 2019-06-17