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  1. XCnathan32

    Post [Discussion & Feedback] OxygenOS Open Beta 6 (Android 10) for the OnePlus 6

    Update: The issue was being caused by my Subtratum theme (Swift Black). Fixed it by uninstalling my themes, updating to my theme to 24.5-p, then rebuilding and applying all my themes. Hope this can help someone else with this issue.
  2. XCnathan32

    Post [Discussion & Feedback] OxygenOS Open Beta 6 (Android 10) for the OnePlus 6

    I updated from 9.0.3 to OB12, now I can't swipe away or click on notifications. In my first 30-40 minutes of using it, everything else seems fine, but this notification bug is obnoxious enough to make me want to go back to the stable branch. Anyone else experiencing this problem?
  3. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    That's awesome! I can't say thanks enough for all the support. Unfortunately, I doubt Google will ever address the issue, but hey, it was worth a shot.
  4. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    The boot.img is the stock kernel, but it's modified to use 4 cores.
  5. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Update: Sorry for the wait, 4 core EX kernel for Android O is in the OP now! You must flash it over the already modified 4 core boot.img for it to work. It is untested as of now, so let me now if it works or not please.
  6. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Magisk works fine for me.
  7. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Enable OEM unlocking in developer options, then unlock your bootloader (may wipe your data). See this thread for more details.
  8. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Did you type the command in right? Try reformatting the cache.
  9. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Oh oops, I forgot to update the 5X thread with 4 core EX oreo kernel. Will do that now.
  10. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    The "Your device software cannot be checked for corruption" message and the Google padlock actually means the opposite, your device will boot with custom files (Like a 4 core kernel). Freezing and random restarts most likely means the little cores are failing on your device too. Before you get...
  11. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Sounds like you downloaded the firmware for the Pixel instead of the 5X. As for why Oreo won't work, try to boot into 4 core TWRP. If you can boot into TWRP, connect your phone to your computer, and run the command "adb pull /sys/fs/pstore/console-ramoops". Then you can upload the file to...
  12. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Unfortunately, I don't think that would work for you. Try the 1 core image for 7.1.2, if that works for you, then I can look at a 1 core Oreo image.
  13. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    No there isn't any confirmation. The problem seems to be related to a component required for the entire cluster to work. I uploaded the 1 core image just to see if it would somehow work.
  14. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    No, you need the modified files to fix a bootloop. Google will not acknowledge the issue.
  15. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Yep, as long as you don't have a custom ROM, it should work.
  16. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Update: OP updated with 4 core EX kernel for Android O. For now, you will need to flash it over the already modified boot.img for it to work.
  17. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Yeah, DP4 should work fine, but I decided to wait for the official release, since that would get all the preview bugs ironed out.
  18. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    I turned off forced encryption in the stock kernel, I actually need to add that to OP.
  19. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    EX kernel will not work on the official release of Android O yet. However, flar2 updates very quickly, so wait a day or 2, and he probably will have updated EX kernel.
  20. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    PSA: I would not recommend overclocking the Little cores, even though I originally suggested that. It may be causing devices to fail faster, and the speed gains you get from overclocking are negligible. Can you boot to TWRP on your device? I would like to verify it's a problem with the little...
  21. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Flash the custom ROM, and the flash the 4 core boot.img over it.
  22. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Download is in OP, please let me know if it works :D
  23. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    No custom kernel has support for Android O DP6 yet, but I expect that they should come within a day or two.
  24. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Update: Android O is up! I need testers just to make sure it works on the 5X. Unfortunately a TOT file wouldn't make a difference. A locked bootloader uses a chain of trust to verify the checksum of the next boot image. If you change so much as one byte, the checksum changes, causing a modified...
  25. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Official Android 7.1.2 firmware from Google. Although Android O is working now, so you can flash that too.
  26. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Update: Android O is working! Thank you for sharing, it worked perfectly for me! My dumb*** forgot to delete to comma. I'll upload the image to OP and give you credit.
  27. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    You most likely wiped your ROM, flash the stock firmware, then reflash the modified boot image and you should be fine.
  28. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    If you can boot into TWRP right after it crashes, and then connect your phone to the computer, and run the command "adb pull /sys/fs/pstore/console-ramoops", and upload the output to pastebin. I can try to see what's wrong.
  29. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Damn... On my 6p I had that exact problem, only with a57_pll1 (which are the big cores). I guess you got unlucky enough to have your entire processor crap out :/. I really hope that only happens to your device, because I would really hate to have a bunch of the 4 core devices get the same...
  30. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    I'm working on 8.0 right now. Unfortunately it is a challenge due to the changes in android O, but I will try to get it working as fast as I can.
  31. XCnathan32

    Post [TOOL] Android Image Kitchen - Unpack/Repack Kernel Ramdisk [Win/Android/Linux/Mac]

    I did some research, and with Android O, SELinux is now "modular" apparently, which means that it loads contexts from vendor and system, so system and vendor must be mounted in the first stage. However, in my console-ramoops, at lines 1150-1153 it prints: [ 5.317171] init: init first stage...
  32. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Update on the O fix: It seems I'm getting SELinux errors which are preventing init processes from running. Files for SELinux contexts are different compared to the 48C ramdisk and Android O ramdisk. I'll see if I can figure out what changed with SElinux. Edit: Yep, Google has a 30 page document...
  33. XCnathan32

    Post [TOOL] Android Image Kitchen - Unpack/Repack Kernel Ramdisk [Win/Android/Linux/Mac]

    With AIK-Linux V2.8, I'm getting SELinux errors (which results in my device not booting) when I edit a cmdline parameter and then repack an Android O image. I did run the script with --sudo. I'm not sure if the errors I'm getting are normal, or a result of the way the image was unpacked/packed...
  34. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Definitely seems like it could be related to that, as I have been noticing that it reboots to recovery after loading the boot animation for a couple minutes. I'll look into it more, thanks for that. Edit: Users also reported abnormally long first boots with this fix. Maybe this fix somehow...
  35. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Working on Android O right now, hopefully I can get this to work, because I really want to use Android O. Edit: If anyone reading this has a Working 8 core 6P with Android O, please contact me. I would like logs from a working device so I can compare the differences in between a working device...
  36. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    I'll work on it when it's released (which should be in about 5 hours)
  37. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    That's because you flashed TWRP to boot. Just flash the modified boot image, then you can go into TWRP and flash EX.
  38. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    The command for flashing TWRP is "fastboot flash recovery TWRP_3_1_1_5X.img"
  39. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Hold power, then after a few seconds, press volume up while holding power.
  40. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Please read the "What this fix does and how to apply it" section of the OP first. If you have any questions after trying that, I can help.
  41. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Will work on it tomorrow.
  42. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    I'll try it tomorrow, as I'm about to go to sleep. Have you tried flashing one of the modified kernels in the OP over it though?
  43. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    Yeah don't update TWRP, as you will have to reflash the modified recovery. My top 3 ROMs (in no particular order) are Pure Nexus, PA, and Nitrogen. They all have great performance and battery life, and I like the mostly stock experience. OWNrom v4 is also a ROM I like. It's packed full of...
  44. XCnathan32

    Post [Guide] Fix for Nexus 6P Bootloop of death | 8/22 - Android O Working

    When it says no command, try holding the power button for about 3 seconds, then click the volume up button.
  45. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Did rebooting to recovery after you flashed twrp work?
  46. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    That image is the old image, download this image, it's about 3 times faster. As for TWRP, you flash twrp with fastboot, then you boot to recovery and flash the EX zip from there.
  47. XCnathan32

    Post [ROM] ► [8.0.0_r23] ►OMS► [angler] ► Nitrogen OS O ► (11.07.2017)

    + Thanks for your reply, I already know how to build the kernel from source (as in the zImage), I just don't know how to build the ramdisk (initrd.img) from source. I've looked for a guide, but all of them seem to deal with just building the actual kernel (zImage) and not the ramdisk. If you...
  48. XCnathan32

    Post Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

    Did you heat shield it at all? I can't imagine all that heat would be too good for the components.