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Question: Preloaded app stub for HDR streaming?

  1. luxuskamel KitKat Jan 24, 2019

    luxuskamel, Jan 24, 2019 :
    No thanks, no preinstalled apps.

    CANNOT BE UNINSTALLED is a clear NO, no way I will not support that
     

    #21
    Lukas Fab., Mr.Llama, S3KH4R and 14 others like this.
  2. lutti KitKat Jan 24, 2019

    lutti, Jan 24, 2019 :
    You just have to explain the need for this. There is no reason to have extra app to enable hdr.
     

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  3. sasu85 Cupcake Jan 24, 2019

    sasu85, Jan 24, 2019 :
    Please just keep Oxygen as clean as possible.
    Cannot be uninstalled? NO!
     

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  4. RogerF81 Honeycomb Jan 24, 2019

    RogerF81, Jan 24, 2019 :
    I don't get the idea of an extra app, which enables HDR streaming. Which app should this be? A short search on Play Store didn't give any result. So this is a bit strange up to now without any further information. I would have nothing against HDR streaming, surely not, but I would love to have more insight into the circumstances, if you know what I mean.
     

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  5. rarog Lollipop Senior Moderator Jan 24, 2019

    rarog, Jan 24, 2019 :
    Or it's just as simple. The app manufacturer says - if app is preinstalled, we will enable HDR, otherwise no. Without any deep encryption and such things.
     

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    dam76, ryano891, YRJ and 2 others like this.
  6. rarog Lollipop Senior Moderator Jan 24, 2019

    rarog, Jan 24, 2019 :
    It's rather not an app for HDR streaming but an app that supports HDR but wouldn't enable HDR streaming on OnePlus phones if it's not preinstalled.
    At least that's how I read the starting post.
     

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    kkdigi, Adinia, dsmonteiro and 7 others like this.
  7. Allstar12345 Honeycomb Jan 24, 2019

    Allstar12345, Jan 24, 2019 :
    Should be available for install from the first run wizard, shouldn't have any stubs or preinstalled
     

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  8. RogerF81 Honeycomb Jan 24, 2019

    RogerF81, Jan 24, 2019 :
    Even worse :D
     

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  9. David Y. Global Community Manager Staff Member Jan 24, 2019

    David Y., Jan 24, 2019 :
    So I would like to shed some light on some most-asked questions: HDR streaming requires support both from hardware side and content providers side.
     

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  10. rarog Lollipop Senior Moderator Jan 24, 2019

    rarog, Jan 24, 2019 :
    Well, I think that's how business works. You have either to pay to be whitelisted or scratch each other backs. Though I'm all for making it uninstallable and then whitelist the devices. Otherwise it feels like kind of blackmail.
     

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  11. meatandy Nougat Jan 24, 2019

    meatandy, Jan 24, 2019 :
    No , Lets keep OOS lean and clean from the get go.
     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2019

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  12. angourakis Froyo Jan 24, 2019

    angourakis, Jan 24, 2019 :
    If it can be, at least, disabled.. I don't see why not.
    I also prefer a clean OS rather than full of bloatware that supposedly makes the user experience better but end up making the phone slower (I'm looking at you, Sammy).

    Also, you haven't mentioned which devices would get it. I'd assume OP3 and up, is that correct?

    Waiting for clarification =)
     

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  13. Cheetosdust Starting Point Expert Jan 24, 2019


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    S3KH4R, Themurtuza, dam76 and 14 others like this.
  14. script Marshmallow Moderator Jan 24, 2019

    script, Jan 24, 2019 :
    What Adam said

    And in an old RNC tradition













    Agreed
     

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  15. G_Paul_Davis_JVBe Gingerbread Jan 24, 2019


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  16. Tobikage Marshmallow Jan 24, 2019


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  17. Adam Krisko KitKat Community Expert Jan 24, 2019

    Adam Krisko, Jan 24, 2019 :
    If the other devices don't seem to require a "stub" then why should OnePlus? (just a friendly question)
     

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  18. JohnS Gingerbread Jan 24, 2019

    JohnS, Jan 24, 2019 :
    HDR streaming seems to associate with video streaming, especially 4k video. as I have no intention to watch full length movie on my phone, I don't need extra app for it. I actually tried my best to use web base as much as possible, like YouTube, Twitter, etc.
     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2019

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  19. David Y. Global Community Manager Staff Member Jan 24, 2019

    David Y., Jan 24, 2019 :
    Good question Adam, this is one of the most interesting parts of the business world.
     

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  20. otto2 Lollipop Jan 24, 2019

    otto2, Jan 24, 2019 :
    Was taking a break, reading other comments, thinking about them, but still: NO!
    If any content provider wants to dictate Oneplus and us as the users, we should always say NO!!!
    They should be glad to have us,since we re paying them for watching their content, but no- they want more money, more control, want to force us in a way, i do not want.

    No more, thank you.

    Once this started, we will get facecrap, crapchat, whatever shitty apps,no thanks. OxygenOS is one of the best android versions right now ( Not just my opinion, but what i read in several tests, etc.) and there s a good reason why. As @Adam Krisko mentioned correctly: Our displays are too small ,maybe not bright enough for such a dynamic range so what? HDR for the sake of?

    Marketing Buzzwords hype?

    Actually most modern tv screens are HDR capable and have apps installed or installable to show HDR content. No need to watch a great HDR movie on that tiny little screen of my OP6.

    There are way more important things on our phones you can make better.
     

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