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  1. What do you think about providing two variants of the print, one with the headphone jack covered and the other one uncovered? For me the availability of the headphone jack is quite important, even if it comes at the expense of the grip.' /edit: ah, I didn't realize that the new design isn't a a TPU-first design. This might change a lot. I really love the TPU case
  2. Thank you very much, it's awesome! I sent the ticket number by DM.
  3. Thank you very much for the reply! What would be the approximate cost of both options?
  4. I've happily used my Pro1 for over 2 years. I can't help dropping my devices, but the 3D-printed TPU case saved the screen from cracking throughout its life. However, a week ago, the screen suddenly stopped working, with no clear cause. A week earlier days ago I noticed a weird issue: the screen would turn off while it was being touched at one place (the place was around 50% vertically, 25% horizontally counted from the left). When I removed my finger, it would turn itself on again. I supposed some weird driver bug, so I rebooted and the problem went away. That day, it was a rainy da
  5. None of the devices I'm using has GMS installed
  6. FWIW, the OnePlus 3 that I'm using for GPS is running LineageOS too, so it's not an issue with LineageOS (i.e. the common base) per se
  7. For me the "next fix" usually works. But sometimes it doesn't and getting a fix takes tens of minutes. This is why I carry my old OnePlus 3 whenever GPS is crucial... 😞 It's been that way ever since, I guess it's yet another bug that will never get resolved.
  8. I tried to upstream this "fix" for gps fixes and it turned out it never really worked for me.
  9. Magisk seemed to work fine, but I decided to downgrade (and reinstall) because dual-SIM was broken. See my previous post in this thread.
  10. I created an issue: https://gitlab.com/LineageOS/issues/android/-/issues/4841
  11. I did a full reflash and I still have trouble with dual SIM. Only one of my SIM is detected by the device after reboot. If I reinsert the SIM tray while the device is running, both cards are detected properly and displayed in the UI. This means that the secondary SIM is always used for mobile data, etc. What's even more interesting, I can receive the calls from the non-detected SIM. Does anyone still have the image lineage-18.1-20220425-nightly-pro1-signed.zip? Dual SIM is currently crucial for me and 19.1 is broken in this aspect.
  12. Does anyone still have a copy of lineage-18.1-20220425-nightly-pro1-signed.zip? Dual SIM support seems to be broken in 19.1, I need to revert to 18.1
  13. Yeah, I guess so. I have more fundamental issues than the broken UI after the upgrade. After the reboot, only my secondary SIM is detected. I need to reinsert the SIM tray so that both SIM cards are detected. Moreover, after I boot the device, there is no information It looks like the system configuration is not properly picked up by the new release. The large UI was due to the system picking some absurd font size. My home screen configuration (widgets and shortcuts) were gone. /edit: clearing the data for phone seems to fix the data issue at the very least - but given the numbe
  14. Sorry for the rant. Oh my goodness, LineageOS 19.1 is such a downgrade compared to 18.1. The whole UI is so gaudy: the icons, the animations. The large UI widgets that are everywhere resemble a UI I'd build (with all due to respect) for an elderly person with a hindered eyesight. This reminds my why I hate Android. On a proper Linux distro, I'd just install a different DE of my choice.
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