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  1. Okay, so what I can gather from your replies so far is that the GaN chargers in the wild do at least act differently on the Pro1. So it's not just one board manufacturer supplying all these different brands (despite lots of chargers looking very alike). Gotta charge my Pro1 in tandem with something else for now since even a reboot while plugged in as the only device doesn't help. Haven't tested offline charging yet though.
  2. So I replaced my older charging brick in the charging corner with a new one supporting USB-C PD at up to 65W split to 4 ports (2 USB-C, 2 USB-A). This one to be precise. Now I'm wondering, if anyone else here has one of these newer GaN3-tech chargers and if they have the same issues. I mean that thing charges my laptop, Steam Deck, Switch, Moto G phones without problems. But when I plug in the Pro1 as the only device they agree on the lowest possible charging rate possible - draining the battery further instead of charging (and that's not even the Lineage charging bug - this also happens
  3. Okay... so I'm on my third screen right now and it's still behaving after a few months. I'm starting to suspect the culprit that damaged the first two screens may have been a phone case I've attached to the keyboard half of the device. When closing the phone with a rubber sleeve or a 3d printed hard shell attached to the bottom part (I had both) the screen might not fully close and allow a bit of flex to the screen half when carrying it in a pocket. I've been running the phone naked since installing the third screen and like already mentioned I don't have any problems so far. Ju
  4. This reminded me: whatever happened to split screen since 19.1?
  5. Are your SIMs pin-protected? Like I wrote in a previous post my two SIMs act a little different after boot. When I proceed to enter both pins right when the phone asks they're both active right away. If I let the screen timeout before that, the phone gets stuck until I manually press the power button twice. I also have deactivated WiFi calling for SIM1. SIM1 is my default one for outgoing calls but when I remotely initiate a call using my helmet's hands-free it would go over SIM2 - it finally started using SIM1 when WiFi calling was off (no idea if my provider supports this anyway).
  6. 1. I have an issue with my display. When I restart the Pro1 or press the power key immediately after shutting it down, the display won't come on. Any attempt to "reboot into recovery" results in me flying blind (keyboard is lit and I can still feel the options when pressing vol-up and -down. When rebooting into system I have to tap the power button two or three times until the sim pin screen shows up. Almost send an emergency call once while trying to get the display on. I'll have to see if this is another display firmware issue - I still have the previous defective unit here. 2
  7. FWIW I've just had my phone charging from about 30% to 52% on an Anker wall charger then unplugged it to bring it to my desk where I just plugged i the phone again into a significantly less powerful USB port of my PC. The charging LED did't even turn on and of course it stayed at 52%.
  8. After a few days with 19.1 it still feels more like a UI update before all else. Not much fixed, but not much broken either. I spotted a few bluetooth options I hadn't noticed before in the dev-options so I tried them in my everlasting hunt for a working VW hands-free connection. No luck for me once again. Also stay away from the experimental Gabeldorsche bluetooth stack. This will just put bluetooth into an on/off loop. I do have a weird display bug with Trebuchet though. Sometimes the homescreen is a bit squished, as if it's making space for a non-existing android-button-menu. To r
  9. I've seen the charging issue too over past few weeks. Usually I turn my phone off overnight so that means a clean start each morning. I see this issue come up when I'm heavily using the phone during the day and I recharge to 100% then use it some more and want to top out again starting between 70%-80%. I see the battery level just stuck at 78% or whatever it was when plugged in, so I'm with your self-sustaining power draw theory.
  10. https://review.lineageos.org/c/LineageOS/android_kernel_fxtec_msm8998/+/318274/
  11. Did the OTA just now and the new keyboard driver is a godsend.
  12. I've just installed the LOS 18.1 Nov 1st update. And OMG... what a difference that new keyboard driver makes.
  13. Updated to the Sep/06 build today. Can confirm that the screen lag is fixed.
  14. The Aug/30 build introduced a weird sticky touchscreen issue for me. It's very apparent in Mario Kart Tour. When I go for a power slide and then let go of the screen to go straight again, the driver keeps sliding as if I kept my finger on the screen. In other situations tapping the screen seems delayed (maybe the release is registered too late). I've switched to the other system slot to revert to build Aug/23 and the issue is gone. Can anyone confirm?
  15. Just noticed a weird issue with inoming calls and VoLTE. Sound was stuttering and highly sped up - totally incomprehensible. But it only occurred on my side and just with incoming calls. Turned VoLTE off for now. German 1&1 using the Vodafone network.
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