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This is CarbonROM for the Poco F1. For those that follow us, you would know that we have been working since the hour the first Android 9.0 repositories dropped. The CarbonROM developers have been working on getting private builds up to our release standards - I am specifically working on feature bring up and creation. Like all ROMs, flash at your own risk.

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There will be bugs. The point of these builds is not only solve device-related issues, but to give a sneak peek of what the features of CR-7.0 will be. Please keep this in mind when posting in the thread.

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List of known bugs:
Coming soon..?

Downloads:
Official downloads
Latest test build

Kernel source:
GitHub

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CarbonROM for the Poco F1, ROM for the Xiaomi Poco F1

Contributors
adinkwok
ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
ROM Firmware Required: MIUI 9.2.11 and above
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status: Testing

Created 2019-03-01
Last Updated 2019-04-09
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Awesome work!
Trying now

Thanks!
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Will flash and try after download is finished.
Thanks
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Awesome work!
Trying now

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by 2WildFirE

Will flash and try after download is finished.
Thanks

Thanks for hopping on so quick. Some key things for you guys to keep in mind: let me know if performance is noticeably different from other ROMs. We have included some precompiled bits that improve some specific benchmarks and we're looking to see if that translates to real-world performance.
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Amazing! Will test it this weekend!
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Okay short report: ROM is blasing fast and snappy. Has most needed modifications ( system dark mode, disable notch aso.... This is my dd for the next weeks!
Thanks Dev and Carbon Team for your hard work.
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Okay short report: ROM is blasing fast and snappy. Has most needed modifications ( system dark mode, disable notch aso.... This is my dd for the next weeks!
Thanks Dev and Carbon Team for your hard work.

Please Post some benchmark scores. I want to see the difference the precompiled bits bring.
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Booted twrp (official)
Formatted data
Wiped everything
Flashed vendor/firmware 9.2.25
Flashed carbon
Flashed gapps nano
Wiped cache/data
Rebooted
Bootloop...

Tried the same but without gapps but same - bootloop

---------- Post added at 09:28 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:16 PM ----------

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Originally Posted by dalyer

Booted twrp (official)
Formatted data
Wiped everything
Flashed vendor/firmware 9.2.25
Flashed carbon
Flashed gapps nano
Wiped cache/data
Rebooted
Bootloop...

Tried the same but without gapps but same - bootloop

Did it again but this time with gapps and dfe and it booted.
So does it REQUIRE dfe?

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Please Post some benchmark scores. I want to see the difference the precompiled bits bring.

Clean flash as described above (with dfe to get it to boot!)

Antutu 207999
Geekbench 1870 single core / 5172 multi-core

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Clean flash as described above (with dfe to get it to boot!)

Antutu 207999
Geekbench 1870 single core / 5172 multi-core


In contrast - clean flash of pe caf

Antutu 242399
Geekbench 2417 single core / 8712 multi-core

Usual caveats about synthetic benchmarks apply but it seems to me that if specific tweaks were applied to carbon to improve benchmarks they don't seem to be improving matters in these cases...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dalyer

Booted twrp (official)
Formatted data
Wiped everything
Flashed vendor/firmware 9.2.25
Flashed carbon
Flashed gapps nano
Wiped cache/data
Rebooted
Bootloop...

Tried the same but without gapps but same - bootloop

---------- Post added at 09:28 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:16 PM ----------


Did it again but this time with gapps and dfe and it booted.
So does it REQUIRE dfe?

---------- Post added at 09:44 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:28 PM ----------


Clean flash as described above (with dfe to get it to boot!)

Antutu 207999
Geekbench 1870 single core / 5172 multi-core

---------- Post added at 10:07 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:44 PM ----------




In contrast - clean flash of pe caf

Antutu 242399
Geekbench 2417 single core / 8712 multi-core

Usual caveats about synthetic benchmarks apply but it seems to me that if specific tweaks were applied to carbon to improve benchmarks they don't seem to be improving matters in these cases...

i think if you are decrypted & you flashed a newer vendor then you need dfe.. to keep your decryption state.
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