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[ROM] Evervolv | 7.0.0p1 [AOSP Nougat 7.0.0] [3.4 kernel] [ALPHA] WIFI & 4G

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By flintman, Recognized Developer on 6th September 2016, 04:17 PM
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For those that don't know what evervolv is, Evervolv is an AOSP (Android Open Source Project) rom. We're fully open sourced and encourage it with no restrictions. The work put into this rom is community driven and and Evervolv Project is made up of numerous members and contributors.

Right now the current source we are working on is Nougat(Android 7.0.0).

Current version: 7.0.0p1

Current Items not working/Buggy
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Updated 10-27-2016

WIFI MODEL

  • Camera
  • Wifi cuts out for some.


4g MODEL
  • Camera
  • Wifi cuts out for some.

You tell me what you find.

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Evervolv Github: https://github.com/Evervolv

Evervolv Gerrit: http://review.evervolv.com/

Evervolv website: http://www.evervolv.com/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/wbellavance

IRC: #evervolv

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[GPL Compliance]
Kernel Source

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[Download]
[Unoffical TWRP Builds]
3.0.2.0 TWRP recovery with MTP support and F2FS. http://evervolv.com/get/FLINTMAN-TWR...0-09-06-16.zip Updated to 3.0.2.0
3.0.2.0 TWRP recovery with MTP support and F2FS. http://evervolv.com/get/FLINTMAN-TWR...0-09-11-16.zip Made a little smaller then previous 9.2mb


**REQUIRES 1312MB System Partition.
This is very easy to do via JCSullins Toolbox

WIFI MODEL TEST BUILDS
http://evervolv.com/get/ev_tenderloi...2016.10.05.zip Ok this isn't block style install which allows changing the size of system to what you want and use all of it. Its a slower install time but not much slower then before. Also some BT changes that allow me to use my headset. Test out BT and let me know. I'm still testing myself. Another change is root is disabled by default. You will have to go into Evervolv toolbox to enable root.

http://evervolv.com/get/ev_tenderloi...2016.10.27.zip Behind the scene updates along with fixing BT speakers HOPEFULLY 8)

4g MODEL TEST BUILDS
http://evervolv.com/get/ev_tenderloi...2016.09.07.zip
http://evervolv.com/get/ev_tenderloi...2016.09.17.zip Includes all above

http://evervolv.com/get/ev_tenderloi...2016.10.27.zip Behind the scene updates along with fixing BT speakers HOPEFULLY 8)

These are the gapps im using. http://opengapps.org/?download=true&...0&variant=pico gapps that seem to work the best with Nougat UPDATED 09-06-16



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F2FS installs. If you want to try out F2FS you will have to wipe your data parition which includes your internal sd card. Some steps if you want to backup your data. PLEASE NOTE DON'T DO THIS IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING CAN CAUSE ISSUES OR LOST DATA. IF YOU DON'T DO THIS IT WILL STILL WORK WITH THE CURRENT FORMAT EXT4.
-- Flash the F2FS compatible TWRP Recovery
-- Boot into Recovery
-- Backup > Data
-- Save your internal SD card by transfering to your PC or if you have room your external_sd
-- Wipe > Advanced Wipe > Data > Repair or Change File System > Change File System > F2FS
-- Wipe > Advanced Wipe > Cache > Repair or Change File System > Change File System > F2FS
-- Copy the saved SD card content back to your device
-- Restore > Choose backup > Data (the warning about ext4 backup doesn’t matter)
-- Advanced > Fix Permissions
-- Wipe > Advanced Wipe > Cache & Dalvik Cache
-- Flash the 2-12-15 test build and gapps to ensure you got them
-- Reboot to system

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[UPGRADE(Dirty Flash)]
I have noticed if you dirty flash on first boot you may experience a little lag or possible reboot. After it settles down no issues. Not sure if its art related on upgrades or what. Its hard to pin point as it only happens once and smooth after that. Recommend after an upgrade let it settle in before playing hard.


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FIrst boot is a little slow but that is due to art. I always recommend a clean install when upgrading but if you feel luck. Backup and try a dirty flash. If you have issues run a clean install and if you still have issues please post with a logcat. You can upload via bugreport in the toolbox under settings. If going from a differnt rom other then evervolv lollipop always clean install. ALWAYS REMEMBER TO BACKUP its important if you don't want to loose anything

NOTE: NEED a clean install if moving from a previous version and or another ROM.

Flashing from cm or any other ROM will require a clean install, dirty flashes can cause random reboots and random errors

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[Disclaimer]
I am not responsible for bricked devices, lost data, etc, etc. You all know the drill. BACKUP BACKUP BACKUP

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i would like to thank Flemmard, Jcsullins, Dorregaray, Invisiblek, Milaq, and anyone else that helped to make this happen. More great work to come.
Mitchbaria --for a 4g model to start in on this
EricBlade --for my second 4g model to start in on this for Marshmallow
Colchiro-- For a spare Touchpad WIFI to be able to test on one and develop at the same time

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Biggest thing is need to update system size and use new recovery.

Alot of features have been turned on yet this is ALPHA its not a daily. I released for all to play with and we will grow on this. 8)
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TP Toolbox v0.42 Complete Data Reset Guide with Updated Links
NOTICE: THIS THREAD WAS ABANDONED BY THE OP, BUT I WILL KEEP THE LINKS IN THIS POST UPDATED

This guide is for a complete data reset to start from scratch. You should only need to use TP Toolbox to either adjust partition sizes, or start from scratch if any partitions got corrupted or you get errors while adjusting partitions or installing new ROMs.

If you end up having to start from scratch in TP Toolbox v0.42, follow these steps:
- Download a TP Toolbox Compatible ROM
- Download a TP Toolbox Compatible GApps
- Download a TP Toolbox Compatible TWRP
I recommend keeping those files on your PC hard drive so you can always re-use them in the future if needed.

1. In the TP Toolbox v0.42 main menu, do a 'Complete Data Reset' to start from scratch
2. Select the 'Install Android' option from the main menu
3. Copy the 3 above files from your PC to the "tpinstall" folder after the TP is mounted
4. When given the option to adjust partition sizes, increase the System partition to at least 1312mb
5. Finish install, and reboot to TWRP
6. While in TWRP, flash the newer 3/24/17 TWRP 3.1.0.0
7. Reboot into the new TWRP that you just flashed
8. In TWRP advanced wipe menu, wipe the System partition
9. While still in TWRP, flash the Wifi model ROM or the 4G model ROM along with some OpenGapps
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Great work @flintman! Will test out now! Many thanks on your continued attention on the tenderloin!

PS: Your OP says you are working on "Marshmallow(Android 7.0.1)"

Missed that one. Remember to upsize your system partition.
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Wow.
Thank you flintman for giving our touchpad a treat of fresh nougat.
I increased the system size to 1.5 gb several days ago and waited for your nougat. Now downloading it...

Edit: are we required to use the new twrp recovery in the OP? I have twrp 3.0.2 with an older time stamp.
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BIG THANKS @flintman
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Wow.
Thank you flintman for giving our touchpad a treat of fresh nougat.
I increased the system size to 1.5 gb several days ago and waited for your nougat. Now downloading it...

Edit: are we required to use the new twrp recovery in the OP? I have twrp 3.0.2 with an older time stamp.

Yes use the one in the op you will get an error (not fatal) on older recoveries.

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Remember to upsize your system partition.

I actually enlarged the System partition to 1500mb just to be safe, and am testing the Nano OpenGApps. So far everything works great! I've installed several different apps, and all seem to work just fine with no FCs. I also get to test out the apps I'm developing on the Nougat OS, so that's really nice. I do miss CM theme support and the Evervolv toolbox, but I promise to be very patient; as I know those are out of your hands. I also flashed AdAway to the system and that is also functioning fine.

EDIT: For those who would like a flashable zip of AdAway to flash it to the System, I attached it to this post.
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File Type: zip adaway_3.1.2.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.84 MB, 794 views)
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I dirty flashed over evervolve 6.0.1 and it boots up in about 6 minutes.
It feels much faster than 6.0.1 and the multi window is amazing.
There is no evervolve toolbox tab in setting, so there is no option to change the cpu frequency.
In the OP, it mentioned evervolve toolbox for bug report. Is the toolbox supposed to be absent?

Edit: second question: where do we control root permissions?
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I dirty flashed over evervolve 6.0.1 and it boots up in about 6 minutes.
It feels much faster than 6.0.1 and the multi window is amazing.
There is no evervolve toolbox tab in setting, so there is no option to change the cpu frequency.
In the OP, it mentioned evervolve toolbox for bug report. Is the toolbox supposed to be absent?

Edit: second question: where do we control root permissions?

Im surprised a dirty flash worked. As stated above not alot of features have been added but the toolbox access at the moment is only though the launcher you should see toolbox just like any other app. Root permission is controlled though the toolbox as well.
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How can we promote this thread to the xda news portal? Flintman deserves a spot there.

Edit: there is no thanks button any more on XDA? I can not find that button.
Edit: now the thanks button shows up. Weird.
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