I can't help , but exclaim what a journey it has been ! It all started , when I was bent on rooting my Note 2 , and installing the S5 based ROM by team electron , at a time when TouchWiz was at its peak
and I was 14 . I vividly remember that moment when it booted up , and I was really relieved ! I then went on to install RR , and was mesmerized by the smoothness and customizability . I thought to myself I will never be able to build a ROM from source like the devs do . But , when I got the Oneplus One a year and a half later , I had tried dozens of ROMs , based on CM , AOSP , and TW . I wanted to myself make a ROM from source , but didn't find any good guides , so I started trying to port ROMs as the guides were better for porting back then . Out of many failed ports , one came out to be real good , when I tried to port Skydragon ROM , and added lots of stuff from team Utopia's HTC app ports . I released the ROM in the start of 2016 , and frequently updated it , until I got busy with my studies . It was almost the start of April , when my 10th std. board exams were done away with , and I was bent on building ROMs from source . Then I saw @Aaahh
's post on the OnePlus forums , in which he had helped someone with ROM building . @Aaahh
were my favorite developers , and to learn development from someone like @Aaahh
would be great I thought to myself . I then contacted him via Telegram , and we got to building ROMs within two weeks or so (I blame my internet speed for that ) . I will always be thankful to him .I then continued to release my first ROM , which was Hurricane-AICP , which was a highly acclaimed ROM for the opo . I then got to collaborate with @jgcaap
, and I feel really lucky for that . I then got the Op3 in June , and continued my heavily optimized AICP builds for it too , under the name Kryo-AICP , paying homeage to the SD820 . I then again tried many ROMs after that , and saw RR to have drastically improved . I then decided to rebase my builds to RR , but I admit , it failed to hit the mark in the first shot , due to some bugs and rough edges . I now have them cleared out , and am capable of fixing bugs (finally) . I also have almost double the experience of ROM building by now , and without further waiting , let's get to the ROM itself !
All RR features !
GCC & Clang O3 (Optimized for speed ) !
Optimized Low-level code !
Polly on Clang !
Enabled Graphite and its identity transformation !
ODEXED for faster boot times and better performance !
More Optimizations and features coming soon !
Download the latest build
Take a nandroid backup
Recommended - Full wipe and factory reset
Flash ROM using latest TWRP Recovery
Download the latest build of Resurrection Remix ROM
Wipe dalvik cache
Download Stable ROM
Recommended GAPPS : http://opengapps.org
for being of great help in fixing the alert slider
for the bootanimation (coming soon) , and inspiring me , when builds were failing
AICP , for their fixed device trees
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Resurrection ROM, ROM for the OnePlus 3
Source Code: https://github.com/ResurrectionRemix
ROM OS Version: 7.1.x Nougat
Based On: CyanogenMod 14.1 , AICP
Current Stable Version: 5.8.0
Stable Release Date: 2017-1-4