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14th June 2018, 04:38 PM |#311  
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You mean the ROM on the opening post? The one linked in here?
27th June 2018, 12:43 AM |#312  
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You mean the ROM on the opening post? The one linked in here?

Yes, that's the one.
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27th June 2018, 04:25 AM |#313  
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Have you tried followmsi's build? It is a more recent build with more updated security patches.

https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...php?p=76839218



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28th June 2018, 06:30 PM |#314  
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Have you tried followmsi's build? It is a more recent build with more updated security patches.

https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...php?p=76839218

I hadn't seen that one. All the other ones I know about are heavily modified ROMs, and I don't want that. I wanted the Google ROM with only necessary bug fixes - no other changes. Is this a pure Google ROM, or another "bells and whistles" ROM with many modifications?
28th June 2018, 07:47 PM |#315  
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I hadn't seen that one. All the other ones I know about are heavily modified ROMs, and I don't want that. I wanted the Google ROM with only necessary bug fixes - no other changes. Is this a pure Google ROM, or another "bells and whistles" ROM with many modifications?

It's Lineage, it's as close to a stock ROM as you can get. Back up your current ROM and give this one a shot. If it doesn't fit your preference you can always go back to your current ROM anyway.

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29th June 2018, 03:42 AM |#316  
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I posted precisely how to do a build yourself. literally command by command. why don't you try it
you might find it fun

Anyways i knew doing this would stick with me forever. Let me be honest: I find porting android to something to be about as fun as watching paint dry in slow-mo. I did this out of curiosity, and have since moved on to more fun things. I can answer questions, when I have time, but I have no interest in doing any more builds or making a hobby out of it. I *really* have better thing to do with my time. Sorry

Anyways, i did post directions how to make a build, command by command. Grab a linux virtual machine and do it yourself - you'll learn a lot.
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