[9.0][GSI] PixelExperience P - UNOFFICIAL

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Look I think what you want to do cannot be done. The J2 were a low end samsung device that had very little r support. I had a J1 an J5,an my daughter had a J7.

If you want a device to try pixel GSI rom on or any GSI you need a device made from 2018 forward.

Not to be rude but I believe your cellphone has a locked bootloader an is very low spec. As well as being made about 2015-16.

So please give up on getting your galaxy J1 to install or boot that device.
 

Zamonjon

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Look I think what you want to do cannot be done. The J2 were a low end samsung device that had very little r support. I had a J1 an J5,an my daughter had a J7.

If you want a device to try pixel GSI rom on or any GSI you need a device made from 2018 forward.

Not to be rude but I believe your cellphone has a locked bootloader an is very low spec. As well as being made about 2015-16.

So please give up on getting your galaxy J1 to install or boot that device.
Samsung galaxy J2 core 2018
I watched the video on YouTube how it installs android 9 on j2 core 2018
by this link
 

Zamonjon

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Look I think what you want to do cannot be done. The J2 were a low end samsung device that had very little r support. I had a J1 an J5,an my daughter had a J7.

If you want a device to try pixel GSI rom on or any GSI you need a device made from 2018 forward.

Not to be rude but I believe your cellphone has a locked bootloader an is very low spec. As well as being made about 2015-16.

So please give up on getting your galaxy J1 to install or boot that device.
 
I am amased by that. But once again. I have never owned that device. The J1 was eventually granted an unlocked bootloader. I found a twrp recovery for it an I think maybe 2 roms were made for it.

Are they still low end in the 2018 model? When I say low end my j1 from 2015 had about .5 of a gig of ram an a tiny core processor.

I did not realise the J series were still being produced in 2018. They must be popular.

Once again. I cannot help buddy. I no longer do Samsung or Apple. I don't like them as the best ones are crazy expensive.

Best of luck with your J2.
 

Zamonjon

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[QUOTE = "Bryceicle1971, сообщение: 84092527, участник: 7270685"]
Я в восторге от этого. Но еще раз. У меня никогда не было этого устройства. В итоге J1 получил разблокированный загрузчик. Я нашел для него рекавери twrp и может быть сделано 2 рома для него.

Остались ли они на низком уровне в модели 2018 года? Когда я говорю о низком уровне, у моего j1 2015 года было около 0,5 гигабайта оперативной памяти на крошечный базовый процессор.

Я не понимал, что серия J все еще производилась в 2018 году. Они должны быть популярны.

Снова. Я не могу помочь приятелю. Я больше не занимаюсь Samsung или Apple. Мне они не нравятся, потому что лучшие безумно дорогие.

Удачи с J2.
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see this site please it says how to install this software👆
 

Pavan__pavan

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Dec 28, 2020
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Guys which rom to use on 8a dual ?
Any bugs on sd439 and is 2gb ram is sufficient?

Screenshot_2021-01-24-11-26-29-348_tk.hack5.treblecheck.jpg
 

TMHAKIM

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Hey would this work on Kirin CPU or not because all the GSIs i have tried are stuck at the bootloader and that's all. then i have to recover my stock ROM through eRecovery over and over again please please help mee!!! i am running an huawei nova 2 plus running emui 8.0 with an Kirin 659 CPU
 

datto

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May 9, 2012
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Hi all, after flashing the ROM with fastboot I'm stuck at "Your device is booting now...". And eventually ends up with Huawei eRecovery page. Any Idea how to fix this?

My device is Huawei P10 Lite LX2. Treble Checker shows it is Treble supported, Seamless Updates unsupported, A-only partition, 64-bit ARM & System-as-root unsupported.

So I tried 2019-03-24 arm64-aonly and also 2019-08-24 arm64-aonly. Both having same problem. Before flashing I did not wipe anything, I just do factory reset in TWRP.
 

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