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PixelExperience for Honor View 10 [berkeley]

What is this?
Pixel Experience is an AOSP based ROM, with Google apps included and all Pixel goodies (launcher, wallpapers, icons, fonts, bootanimation)

Our mission is to offer the maximum possible stability and security, along with essential features for the proper functioning of the device

Based on Android 9.0


Whats working?
Wifi
RIL
Mobile data
GPS
Camera
Flashlight
Camcorder
Bluetooth
Fingerprint reader
NFC
Lights
Sound / vibration
Facelock


Known issues
Nothing

DON'T FLASH GAPPS, ALREADY INCLUDED
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XDA:DevDB Information
PixelExperience Pie, ROM for the Honor View 10

Contributors
Codebucket, jhenrique09, GtrCraft
Source Code: https://github.com/PixelExperience

ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
ROM Firmware Required: Unlocked Bootloader, EMUI 9
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2018-11-14
Last Updated 2019-06-12
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14th November 2018, 10:37 AM |#2  
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DON'T FLASH IF YOU ARE ALREADY ON EMUI 9, IT WON'T BOOT!!

IMPORTANT!
Before you start flashing, make sure you are using a version of TWRP with encryption disabled, otherwise you might end up using eRecovery to rescue your device from a bootloop!

You can also use official TWRP, but it will only work until you have not flashed the ROM!

Unofficial TWRP: https://storage.codebucket.de/public...0-berkeley.img
(That's not mine actually, I found that on Telegram and uploaded it to my mirror)

Flashing instructions from stock EMUI
  • Make sure you have TWRP installed and working!!
  • Reboot phone into recovery mode
  • Go to "Wipe" and select "Format data", then confirm with yes (some devices might require to disable encryption, see post #54)
  • Then go to "Advanced" and select /system, /data, /cache and Dalvik-cache for wipe
  • Copy ROM zip over to your phone (use whatever works for you, I personally use adb push)
  • Go to "Install" and select the ROM zip (and Magisk if you want), swipe to flash
  • Done! You can now reboot to system.

Update instructions
Simply go to TWRP and wipe /system, /cache and Dalvik-cache, then flash the update ROM zip and all additional stuff you need.
I also recommend having a backup of boot ramdisk to install Magisk again on a stock boot ramdisk.

Where is the source code of the device tree?
I combined all commits needed to run this ROM into one organization, you can inspect the source code here:
https://github.com/berkeley-pie

Device tree used for this ROM: https://github.com/divadsn/android_d...uawei_berkeley
My submitted patches: https://gerrit.pixelexperience.org/#...+status:merged)

Special thanks go to @flex1911, @sirhc and @LuK1337 for your hard work, without your commits I wouldn't be able to get this ROM booting for the Honor View 10!

Where are the experimental builds gone?
They are still available on my mirror: https://mirror.codebucket.de/pixelex.../experimental/
But please be aware that those aren't official and you will loose OTA support!
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Tried downloading about 6 times with different browsers. Fails at about 80m or so.
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Tried downloading about 6 times with different browsers. Fails at about 80m or so.

Try downloading using a download manager, Cloudflare sometimes looses connections.
14th November 2018, 07:46 PM |#6  
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Hi, is there a guide to follow for installing this rom? I read aosp and i thought to flash system.img through fastboot with stock recovery but i found many files and system is a .br file. Do i need twrp?
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How do you get this to boot? I have L09 and have wiped all partitions via twrp and stock recovery yet still bootlooping. I have even tried adb sideload and nothing.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by passion8059

How do you get this to boot? I have L09 and have wiped all partitions via twrp and stock recovery yet still bootlooping. I have even tried adb sideload and nothing.

You need to format data and remove encryption. The procedure is as follow: Download stock firmware using eRecovery, flash TWRP, format data in wipe, reboot TWRP and flash ROM.

Will include some instructions to the #2 post soon.
14th November 2018, 11:20 PM |#9  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Codebucket

Flashing instructions

  • Reboot phone into recovery mode
  • Go to "Wipe" and select "Format data", then confirm with yes
  • Then go to "Advanced" and select /system and /data for wipe
  • Return back to home and go to "Settings" to enable "Remove instead formatting"
  • Go back to "Wipe" => "Advanced" and select /cache and Dalvik-cache to wipe
  • Reboot to recovery and connect to your PC via USB
  • Select "Advanced" and "Adb Sideload" to start flashing
  • On your PC open a terminal and type "adb sideload update.zip", hit enter
  • Now repeat that procedure if you want to flash Magisk
  • Done! You can now reboot to system.

So dalvik/art cache are to be removed and data and system are formatted?

'update.zip' is the generic name for your rom?

Do the rom and magisk have to be sideloaded? They can't be flashed via twrp?
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Originally Posted by thecdn

So dalvik/art cache are to be removed and data and system are formatted?

'update.zip' is the generic name for your rom?

Do the rom and magisk have to be sideloaded? They can't be flashed via twrp?

Update.zip is the placeholder, you have to type the path yourself to the downloaded file. Also sideload is a feature in TWRP.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Codebucket

IMPORTANT!
Before you start flashing, make sure you are using a version of TWRP with encryption disabled, otherwise you might end up using eRecovery to rescue your device from a bootloop!

Unofficial TWRP: https://storage.codebucket.de/public...0-berkeley.img
(That's not mine actually, I found that on Telegram and uploaded it to my mirror)

Flashing instructions

  • Reboot phone into recovery mode
  • Go to "Wipe" and select "Format data", then confirm with yes
  • Then go to "Advanced" and select /system and /data for wipe
  • Return back to home and go to "Settings" to enable "Remove instead formatting"
  • Go back to "Wipe" => "Advanced" and select /cache and Dalvik-cache to wipe
  • Reboot to recovery and connect to your PC via USB
  • Select "Advanced" and "Adb Sideload" to start flashing
  • On your PC open a terminal and type "adb sideload update.zip", hit enter
  • Now repeat that procedure if you want to flash Magisk
  • Done! You can now reboot to system.


but it keeps rebooting brother
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