[9][OFFICIAL] CarbonROM | cr-7.0 [fajita]

Myself5

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CarbonROM is an aftermarket firmware based on the Android Open Source Project. We are dedicated to fast, stable, and feature-filled roms, honesty and communication with our users, and openness with our code. We like frequent builds, with the very latest and greatest hardware support and fixes. We strive to not only provide you with the best rom we can build, but also to give back to the Android community and our fellow developers. For us, this is about creating something we can be proud of and hope you will enjoy.

Please feel free to look, build, and use our code at CarbonROM's GitHub...

Disclaimer:
While we make every effort to test these builds as much as possible, we are not responsible for anything that may happen to your device, family, pets, or perception of reality. We ask that you do your part to know your device and know how to recover from problems before you flash! These builds are experimental and can contain Bugs (as listed above). Make sure to do backups.

Support:
We spend an astonishing amount of time developing this software. We can't spend much time on XDA as a result, so if you need support, please try the following:

1) Search. Search, search, search. Yes, you. I don't care how unique or important your question is, it's very likely someone has adressed it already. Especially if you're even close to new at this.
2) Read our FAQ, which can be found on our website. Carbon FAQ
3) Ask a question in your device forum. Someone will no doubt try to help you. Warning: this help may come in the form of telling you it's a dumb question that has been asked before. See step 1 - such are the perils of asking questions when you haven't done the research yourself. Android is about helping yourself.
4) Join our Discord server or Telegram group! There, you can connect with other Carbon users and our developers, and you can get quicker responses to your bug reports. The invite link is right below.

Requirements:
You should start off with the latest OxygenOS on both slots and then proceed to flash Carbon.

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Remember, every penny you send to us goes right back into the rom. It's used for hardware, server costs, etc - all the things that help us make Carbon better with every release. Your support means the world to us! If you've enjoyed Carbon, please consider a donation toward this goal. Thank you, and we hope you continue to enjoy Carbon!



XDA:DevDB Information
CarbonROM, ROM for the OnePlus 6T

Contributors
Myself5, CarbonROM
Source Code: https://github.com/CarbonROM

ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status: Beta

Created 2019-02-05
Last Updated 2019-08-28
 

Myself5

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Themes don't work doesn't go to dark ?
Proper themes will come at a later point (actually working on it right now), what you see is the none functional AOSP themes.

Got a vendor mismatch error on every boot. I'm on 9.0.11 base.
Are you sure you updated both ROM slots? Not happening here, but maybe I forgot to flash 9.0.11. I'll take a look :)
 

VampireHeart

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Proper themes will come at a later point (actually working on it right now), what you see is the none functional AOSP themes.



Are you sure you updated both ROM slots? Not happening here, but maybe I forgot to flash 9.0.11. I'll take a look :)
Sorry if I ask but I never flashed OOS before a custom ROM and always work, we just need only vendor from OOS or not?
 

Myself5

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Sorry if I ask but I never flashed OOS before a custom ROM and always work, we just need only vendor from OOS or not?
Technically you only need vendor yes. Best practice would be to just flash full OOS image because that way you're updating other partitions too (like modem or the bootloader) which is why I recommended it. Also common practice on the Pixel devices, which is what I've been working on before moving to OnePlus, so it's still "into me" :D
 

joemossjr

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Technically you only need vendor yes. Best practice would be to just flash full OOS image because that way you're updating other partitions too (like modem or the bootloader) which is why I recommended it. Also common practice on the Pixel devices, which is what I've been working on before moving to OnePlus, so it's still "into me" :D
Steps to always take.
1. Flash oos 9.0.11 (or whatever is current)
2. Flash twrp
3. Reboot recovery
4. Repeat 1-3
5. Flash ROM
6. Flash twrp
7. reboot recovery
8. Flash gapps and/or magisk
9. Reboot system.
10. Thank Dev.
*Optional* 11. Complain on things not working.
*Optional* 12. Goes back to oos
 

VoxiBe

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List of features? Focus on battery life, power, stability, features? Can you tell me why the digital fingerprint is not supported?
 

VampireHeart

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Technically you only need vendor yes. Best practice would be to just flash full OOS image because that way you're updating other partitions too (like modem or the bootloader) which is why I recommended it. Also common practice on the Pixel devices, which is what I've been working on before moving to OnePlus, so it's still "into me" :D
Sure you are right and is infallible method, I just only saying that I flashed all the custom ROM without flash before oxygen but simply making a factory reset, then wipe dalwik, system and data, then install ROM, TWRP, reboot in TWRP, install gapps, magisk, factory reset and all work perfectly.
I had oxygen ob3 previously installed and flashed 6 ROM in this way simply and fast. :D