"Me Too" posts for known issues with no useful debugging information WILL BE REPORTED.
This is the thread for Omni nightlies for the Oppo Find 7a and 7s
Also, the nightlies support LVM for partition remapping, which allows the two internal data partitions (/sdcard and /data) to be merged into one that uses emulated storage for /sdcard (Android's standard method for ICS and later). Details can be found at http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=55081626&postcount=546 . LVM is significantly safer than other partition remapping solutions as it does not actually alter the underlying partition table. As a result, switching layouts is MUCH faster than methods which remap the partition table, and switching layouts is more reliable and doesn't fail in strange and difficult-to-repair ways (such as the frequent failures of another solution that can be seen in the ColorOS 2.0.2i beta thread). There's a good chance Oppo will be switching over to this method with a future ColorOS release, especially after their experiences with 2.0.2
For historical reference, I will leave the pre-nightly test builds in the Downloads section of this thread. However, these are now obsolete.
(this isn't a nexus, use the modular releases, not full)
Omni only supports TWRP recovery, use any alternate recovery at your own risk. Official TWRP for this device is:
Anyone flashing this should know the usual installation drill... Flash in recovery, flash gapps, wipe data/factory reset. If you don't know how to do these things, this package is not yet ready for users like you.
Thanks go to the following people for their help during bringup:
Jake Whatley and Kristof Petho (Omni)
Max Weninger for polishing the device up and getting it up to nightly readiness after I kind of burned out
Andre Saddler and Hieu Nguyen of the Paranoid Android team
Omni for Find 7a/7s, ROM for the Oppo Find 7
Entropy512, maxwen, xplodwild, jerdog, jakew02
ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
Based On: AOSP
Last Updated 2014-09-02