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[ROM][OFFICIAL] AquariOS 9 || Live Support || VoLTE/WFC || Theming || 5/13/2019

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Disclaimer:
We are NOT responsible for anything that may happen to your device as a result of flashing ROMs, kernels, or installing any other mod. You are responsible for your own actions and bad decisions - so stop blaming others!

This is a user friendly thread. Please be respectful and courteous to other users. While feature requests will be considered, AquariOS tries to maintain a ROM that is smooth and stable, so adding every feature under the sun is not the plan here.


READ!

1. Unless I tell you otherwise, you MUST always, absolutely, positively, most certainly wipe data AND cache before flashing AquariOS...without a doubt!

2. Don't report bugs if you haven't followed directions - most likely it's user error at that point as far as I'm concerned.

3. Always run a backup before doing anything.

4. Provide a log when reporting a bug (see more info below).

5. Be respectful.

AquariOS Team:

LEAD DEVS:
*@calebcabob
*@rc420head
*@bigrushdog

OTHER CONTRIBUTORS:
*@Fezzy102
*@Roger.T
*@MikereDD
*@popogijo
*@DigiGoon

OFFICIAL TESTERS:
*@biron_w
*@S8ntsHaz3
*@pathum1
*@dadoc04
*@kheltek
*@undeadking
*@pro_b
*@rav101
*@koax88
*@Triscuit
*@AdamzApple_


Features:
Featured attractions
  • SmartBar, Pulse, and Fling
  • Theming: Dark/black background
  • Theming: Accent picker (27 colors)
  • Theming: AquariOS TileStyles (changes QS tile shapes)
  • Theming: Font engine
  • Custom status bar battery options
  • Custom status bar clock and date
  • Custom headers
  • Lock screen weather: Pixel style
  • BatteryBar: status bar & navbar
  • Custom LED color controls
  • "Clear all" recents button (if QuickStep disabled)
  • Volume rocker options
  • Lock screen visualizer
  • Lock screen custom clocks
  • Advanced power menu (Stock look & feel)
  • App Ops
Expand to see full list of features:

Navbar & Status bar
  • Smart Bar, Pulse, and Fling
  • Ripple/Spring/Flip/Pixel animations
  • Optional seek arrows for media playback
  • Pulse: Stock & SmartBar. Blacklisting. Advanced controls
  • Double-tap navbar to sleep
  • Custom status bar battery options (circle, dotted circle, large circles, hide)
  • Custom status bar clock and date (center clock available)
  • Battery Bar (status bar & navbar)
  • Network traffic indicator
  • Status bar icon blacklisting

Notification Drawer
  • Custom headers
  • Advanced location tile (3-mode location toggle)
  • Brightness: slider show/hide, slider positioning, brightness buttons show/hide, and more
  • Quick pull-down
  • Tile animation options
  • Ability to change number of quick settings columns/rows
  • Option to hide QS tile titles
  • Heads-up (immunizer, blacklister, snooze, duration)
  • QS opacity

Lock screen
  • Lock screen bottom shortcut options
  • Lock screen charging info
  • Media art on lock screen (enable/disable)
  • Lock screen weather (stock Pixel version)
  • Lock screen visualizer

Buttons
  • Power Menu customizations (shortcuts, actions)
  • Volume key music control
  • Advanced volume panel
  • Long-press power button for torch

System and Misc
  • Substratum compatibility
  • Notification LED controls
  • Battery LED controls
  • Custom doze options
  • Optional "Clear all" recents button (including placement)
  • Increasing ringtone option
  • Ability to unlink notification volume from ringer volume
  • Option to force show Enter key
  • Network speed indicator
  • Status bar brightness control
  • Screen-off animations
  • Double-tap to sleep on lock screen, navbar, & status bar
  • Advanced screenshot functionality (partial/fullscreen)
  • Advanced screen recording tile
  • App package name to app info screen
  • Dynamic vendor image notification
  • Hidden dashboard hints & summaries
  • Developer settings enabled by default
  • Custom night light brightness options
  • Disabled forced encryption
  • Disabled tether provision checks
  • Expanded desktop options
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements



Changelog:

Downloads:

ROM: Latest AquariOS build

GApps: OpenGapps


Q & A
Read this before telling everyone something is broken!

1. Android Pay isn't working!! What do I do?
Go into Magisk settings and toggle on the "Hide Magisk" option. Then try again. Also, I've found once in a great while, even with this enabled, it will say it failed - if this happens, just try again...it'll work.

2. It's bootlooping after flashing ROM with Magisk - now what?
Don't flash Magisk until you have already booted into the new AquariOS build at least once. If that wasn't your issue, sometimes Substratum overlays can cause bootloops. If you have anything applied, flash the SubstratumRescue zip from your substratum directory

3. Why is the built-in System Theme section greyed-out (background, accent, & fonts)?
When the Substratum app is installed, this section will become inaccessible in order to prevent conflicts. You CANNOT use them both at once!


Reporting a bug?
See how to do so here:

BEFORE REPORTING A BUG:
1. Flash the SubstratumRescue zip and see if your issue is still there.
2. If you have flashed a custom kernel or ANY OTHER MODs, delete 'data/system/packages_cache' then wipe dalvik/cache, and flash AquariOS again WITHOUT any additional modifications/custom kernel.
3. Check to see if your issue persists.

*Do NOT even bother reporting an issue if you have dirty-flashed AquariOS over some other ROM! We WILL be able to tell!

Logs are crucial to resolving almost any kind of issue. You need to provide a log in order for the issue to be addressed. Please also include info on how to reproduce the reported bug if possible (maybe even take a screen recording for us ).

If you need a log extracting app, try out CatLog!
Either save your log locally and share it, or paste your log into an online code sharing tool like hastebin.com - then share the URL after hitting the SAVE icon.


Credits & Thanks:
Ezio84
OmniRom
Dirty Unicorns
SlimRoms
The LineageOS Community
Team Substratum
The AquariOS testers!!!
And all other open source Devs/Teams who share their work!


Source Code:
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XDA:DevDB Information
AquariOS 9, ROM for the OnePlus 6

Contributors
rc420head, calebcabob
ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
ROM Firmware Required: open beta 11

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2019-03-11
Last Updated 2019-04-02
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11th March 2019, 05:11 AM |#2  
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Glad to see you here 🤗🤗
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First, i can't join the telegram, it says it doesn't exist.
Second, do we have to flash oos stable first on both a/b partition?
Third, what camera do you use? Oos or gcam.
Thanks.
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two same rom thread? which one is official?
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First, i can't join the telegram, it says it doesn't exist.
Second, do we have to flash oos stable first on both a/b partition?
Third, what camera do you use? Oos or gcam.
Thanks.

I rarely install OOS. I've installed 9.0.4 only a few times since release. I just swipe to wipe in TWRP before installing the ROM of choice. As far as I know, custom ROMs don't touch the relevant firmware partitions. It may not be proper but I've never had any problems doing it this way.

With that in mind, the devs require OB11 as the base firmware, as noted in the OP. If you want to properly test and report, then an OOS install routine may be necessary if you're not currently on OB11.
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Just flashed with oos 9.0.3 without any issues, thanks
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Glad to see you here 🤗🤗

Thanks for all the help
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Originally Posted by Cablespider

I rarely install OOS. I've installed 9.0.4 only a few times since release. I just swipe to wipe in TWRP before installing the ROM of choice. As far as I know, custom ROMs don't touch the relevant firmware partitions. It may not be proper but I've never had any problems doing it this way.

With that in mind, the devs require OB11 as the base firmware, as noted in the OP. If you want to properly test and report, then an OOS install routine may be necessary if you're not currently on OB11.

I don't ever install it. It's an urban legend
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two same rom thread? which one is official?

Idk why there's 2, xda classic glich I guess
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I hope people like this ROM. Been testing it for a while and I can say it does everything I need it to do, gives me good battery life and is nice and smooth with the built in kernel!

Sent from my OnePlus6 using XDA Labs
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I hope people like this ROM. Been testing it for a while and I can say it does everything I need it to do, gives me good battery life and is nice and smooth with the built in kernel!

May I know what's the built in kernel for this ROM?
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