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[ROM][ARM64] ArrowOS GSI [OFFICIAL][8.1.0][27-Aug-2018]

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10th October 2018, 09:00 AM |#51  
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If you get the device uncertified error just do what it says. Register the device with google. It can take awhile for it to take on Google end. This has been covered hundreds of times on the forums.

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12th October 2018, 08:53 AM |#52  
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Originally Posted by raffles496

This happens same on my Redmi 3. This steps resolve the trouble.

1- Inside of TWRP Install the GSI Arrow, then reboot on recovery again.
2- Install MindTheGapps, then install Magisk 17.1 or most recent. Reboot System.
3- In the Beginning Configuration configure the data except Google acount.
4- In the launcher open Magisk App and Install "MagiskHide Props Config" module, reboot smartphone.
5- In the launcher, open Terminal, write "props" to launch the module configuration and change fingerprint for one of the list, in my case choice Redmi Note 5 Pro. Once changed the fingerprint reboot the phone.
6- Now Introduce your Google account normally.

Luck and greetings from Mexico. Sorry for my bad English.

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Thanks, I´ll probably try this rom again.
16th April 2019, 07:33 PM |#53  
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Hi, I flashed the GSI on my HTC u12+ using Fastboot mode, it was flashed fine but after rebooting the ROM seems not having Gapps together with the image file. One thing is that the navigation bar is disabled by default. Can somebody help? I was using previously the Arrow OS Pie Version but got some bugs on my U12+. That's why I am downgrading to Oreo. Thanks in advance!
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