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[ROM][OFFICIAL][UNIFIED-BUILD]Omni 7 for Oneplus 3/3t [7.1.1]

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By kldoc, Senior Member on 31st January 2017, 03:37 AM
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What is Omni?

Omni Gerrit Review


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/*
 * Your warranty is now void.
 *
 * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
 * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
 * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
 * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
 * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you. Hard. A lot.
 */
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Because of the nature of Xposed framework, NO SUPPORT will be given to those running Xposed framework on Omni 7
CHANGELOG:
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2017 01 29 - Initial Release

Be certain to do a full backup of your music, photos, data, apps, call logs, sms/text and so on before flashing.
Coming from a firmware version prior official 4.x, you must flash 4.0.2 official Oxygen OS (NO BETA) and do a full wipe, then flash TWRP, then full wipe, then flash OmniROM.
You MUST DO A FULL WIPE, whether you are coming from homemade builds , or a previous version of OmniROM, because OmniROM is signed with different keys, and it will not boot otherwise.
GAPPS must be flashed BEFORE initial boot, they will NOT work properly if you flash them afterwards !!!



KNOWN BUGS:

Code:
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Omni only supports TWRP recovery, use any alternate recovery at your own risk.

RECOMMENDED TWRP

Link to official TWRP for Oneplus 3/3t thread

Bug reports will only be accepted with a full logcat, impossible to debug otherwise !

Some changes are taken from LineageOS
LineageOS Source

XDA:DevDB Information
Omni 7 for Oneplus 3/3t, ROM for the OnePlus 3

Contributors
kldoc, maxwen, scanno
Source Code: https://www.github.com/omnirom

ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
ROM Firmware Required: 4.0.2
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status: Nightly

Created 2017-01-31
Last Updated 2017-02-02
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Short report of first weekly:

Battery and overall performance is pretty good, everything works as expected.

Some things I found:
1. Scroll speed is a bit low, doesn't feel as smooth as Laos or OOS
2. Fingerprint sensor isn't working always after opening the flipcase

Beside that this is a real good custom ROM. Only thing I miss featurewise is the settings to configure hardware buttons (long press and double tab)
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Originally Posted by Martin_Ro

Short report of first weekly:

Battery and overall performance is pretty good, everything works as expected.

Some things I found:
1. Scroll speed is a bit low, doesn't feel as smooth as Laos or OOS
2. Fingerprint sensor isn't working always after opening the flipcase

Beside that this is a real good custom ROM. Only thing I miss featurewise is the settings to configure hardware buttons (long press and double tab)

Thanks for your feedback, glad you're enjoying OmniROM Will investigate about the scrollspeed. I don't have a flipcase, and didn't experience your issue, but will try to see what can be done for this.
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Wow! Nice! Will try it out!
31st January 2017, 05:44 AM |#7  
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Does Omni 7 ship with OMS or RRO? Thanks in advance
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Does Omni 7 ship with OMS or RRO? Thanks in advance

Ehmmmm, it's the same thing....OMS is the evolved RRO....
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HW Button remapping missing(swap buttons I mean). :/

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Does Omni 7 ship with OMS or RRO? Thanks in advance

No it doesn't. Just Substratum Legacy.
31st January 2017, 06:19 AM |#10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Martin_Ro

Short report of first weekly:

Battery and overall performance is pretty good, everything works as expected.

Some things I found:
1. Scroll speed is a bit low, doesn't feel as smooth as Laos or OOS
2. Fingerprint sensor isn't working always after opening the flipcase

Beside that this is a real good custom ROM. Only thing I miss featurewise is the settings to configure hardware buttons (long press and double tab)

Did you flash the right firmware?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Martin_Ro

Short report of first weekly:

Battery and overall performance is pretty good, everything works as expected.

Some things I found:
1. Scroll speed is a bit low, doesn't feel as smooth as Laos or OOS
2. Fingerprint sensor isn't working always after opening the flipcase

Beside that this is a real good custom ROM. Only thing I miss featurewise is the settings to configure hardware buttons (long press and double tab)

Try the pocketmodeapp.
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