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  1. On Lineage this seems to be build in. Under Settings -> Apps & notifications -> Notifications -> Notification light. Then you can apps you want to control the light for with the plus on the upper right if you enable "Use custom values".
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    Flaky GPS

    I think I've also had this problem. GPS seems to just decide to not do anything, and doesn't get a lock for sometimes days. But it's very infrequent, so that's extra fun. No idea what it is, but I have LineageOS without any gapps replacement, so I don't think I have any AGPS replacement. That could be an explanation for my problem.
  3. I have a question. In settings under Security & Location and then under Trust it warns that the "Vendor" is out of date. What does this mean, and is there something I can do to fix it? Or is everybody's vendor technically "out of date" or something? Some info that might be relevant: When I got the phone I immediately went to Lineage test builds, and went from test build 12 or so to the September 05 official build. I had the September 05 official build with Magisk flashed and working, and I used OTA to update to the September 14 build, and then the September 21 build. Magisk j
  4. I could definitely be wrong yes, just wanted to share my experience with wireless chargers. In my experience they were also extremely fickle and not consistent at all. Sometimes it would just charge fine, other times I'd return to a hot and nearly empty phone. Again guessing here, but I think it might've been some slight differences in what software was running in the background. This was an LG G3 on a LG charging dock by the way, so even more reason for it to just work.
  5. My guess is that the wireless pad just won't supply enough power to charge the phone, but enough to trigger the LED. That was often the case on my previous phone, with the added bonus of still heating it up... They're really not that efficient, and depending on what you plug it into it might just not be enough to offset the power needed to keep the phone on.
  6. I'm pretty sure there's only 1 microphone in the Pro1, unlike the N900 which has a microphone at either end it seems?
  7. Really? I thought that was the whole point of magisk, to hide root from the system and make it so that apps that require safetynet just see an unrooted and valid system. Then again, I haven't tried it myself. I don't use any apps that require safetynet.
  8. I'd recommend just peeling it off first thing anyway, IMEI isn't really something you should flaunt about. Just stick it in the box or something in case it is needed, but apparently it's not.
  9. I don't think they've said that. Last update spoke of having almost 100% of our factory staff back to work. And that they can ramp up, but not to where. No indication that they're at full capacity I think.
  10. I thought somebody did manage to get the launcher apk at least. But then you'd still not have the source code.
  11. Quite impossible to tell I think. They're beginning shipping again, and before this whole mess it seemed they were close to done with shipping pre-orders. So I'd guess we're mostly waiting for them to ramp up to complete productivity again. But if that is weeks or months? No idea.
  12. Also interested in this. I think I mostly get it when I try to use my browser and keep way too many tabs open, so maybe it lags a little bit and registers a hold when I released? Also I don't know how to disable the automatic spell correct, I'll type something and it'll change it to something else. I thought I disabled all that stuff but clearly not.
  13. Honestly, that's illegal in some places at least. They're required to try and do everything to keep afloat, to ward off bankruptcy. Saying people should get their money back is a good way to go bankrupt. First cases started then I think yeah, but it started to really affect companies and supply lines in January.
  14. I'm not 100% sure how this all works, but I think that the bootloader check is just 1 of the safetynet checks. LOS wouldn't be verified by Google, which is also one of the checks.
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