[CAF/AOSP][LA.BF.1.1.3-01010-8x74.0][6.0.1][STABLE]AOSParadox Project 2.1 - 20160328

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Quasar

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Dec 3, 2013
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The AOSParadox Project 2.1

What's CodeAurora Forums ?
Code Aurora Forum (CAF) is a consortium of companies with projects serving the mobile wireless industry. Software projects it concerns itself with are e.g. Android for MSM, Femto Linux Project, LLVM, MSM WLAN and Linux-MSM. Code Aurora is basically AOSP plus all Qualcomm specific enhancements and optimization.

What's AOSParadox Project ?
AOSParadox is a vanilla ROM. Our goal is to pick the least amount of commits possible on AOSP code. While trying to add features, when CodeAurora provide us with chipset's specific sources ?
At the opposite of most of ROMs that you can find, the trees are made by ourselves to be integrated in this new ROM type.

What should I be aware of ?
Everything is custom and made to work with CodeAurora Forum's sources so custom kernels won't boot (ramdisk is different, selinux rules too, ...).

Extra features
Code:
- Snapdragon camera
- Compatible with layer themes

What doesn't work ?
Code:
- Tell us

Downloads :
http://download.aosparadox.org/AOSParadox/bacon/

How to install ?
  • 1) Place ROM & Gapps in your virtual SD
  • 2) Reboot in Bootloader Mode
  • 3) Go to "Recovery"
  • 4) Wipe Data/Factory Reset
  • 5) Wipe Dalvik cache
  • 6) Install the ROM zip
  • 7) Install the Gapps
  • 8) Install SuperSU zip
  • 9) To disable software keys you can flash the ZIP made by @TanayPoddar56 (Post #2345)
  • 10) Reboot

Users Tips and benchmarks

- How to enable software keys ?Find the original @theratedrock post here
Code:
Most of you would want to skip to Step 1.3 as that's why I created this post and everything else is almost similar. If this works out (especially 1.3), please give me feedback.[/B]

[B]1.1 [U]Enabling softkeys:[/U] [/B]
      1. Make sure you have got / & /system mounted as rw.
      2. Go to device/system/build.prop.
      3. Scroll down to the extreme bottom.
      4. Add this line there : 
          [I]qemu.hw.mainkeys=0[/I]
      5. Save the file and reboot. (To be sure that it has got      enabled and we're gonna disable the hard-keys in the next step.)

[B]1.2 [U]Disabling the Hardware keys:[/U] [/B]
      1. Go to Device/system/usr/keylayout/generic.kl.
      2. Scroll down and find the following keys and add # before each of them.
          It should then look like this:
                  # key 139 MENU
                  # key 158 BACK
                  # key 172 HOME
      3. Save and Reboot.

[B]Alternatively[/B] you can go set the long press and short press of the hard keys to "No action" from settings , in newer builds. (But [B]back button would still work though[/B])

[B]1.3 [U]Disabling the backlight of the HW keys:[/U] (Permanent as long as a systemless SuperSU is available.)[/B]
   1. Download this :- [url]https://www.dropbox.com/s/lbx8fogscy8v0xc/DisableSoftkeysBacklight?dl=0[/url]
   2. Have [B]a systemless version of [user=631273]@Chainfire[/user] 's  SuperSU flashed [/B] (very important)
   3. Go to /su/su.d
   4. Paste the "DisableSoftkeysBacklight" you downloaded inside su.d
   5. Change permissions of the file (Give Owner read, write and execute permissions.)
   6. Now reboot.


Team AOSParadox Members / Official Contributors
@edisile @Quasar @h2o64 @loveboy_lion

Sources

If you want to build the ROM by yourself here is the tutorial.

XDA:DevDB Information
[CAF/AOSP][LA.BF.1.1.3-01010-8x74.0][6.0.1][STABLE]AOSParadox Project 2.1 - 20160328, ROM for the OnePlus One

Contributors
Quasar, h2o64
Source Code: https://github.com/AOSParadox

ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
Based On: CAF/AOSP

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: LA.BF.1.1.3-01010-8x
Stable Release Date: 2016-03-28

Created 2015-09-06
Last Updated 2016-05-05
 
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Quasar

Inactive Recognized Developer
Dec 3, 2013
2,296
3,202
Mumbai
Changelog

- Release 20150906

Code:
-Initial release


- Release 20150911

Code:
-Fixed NFC
-Fixed hardware button backlight (brightness is low)
-Fixed video recording
-Added Google Webview support to fix Google Play Services FC at startup wizard
-Fixed a bunch of wakelocks caused by AOSP systemupdateservice
-Added remaining charge time
-Added a bunch of APN fixes, so messaging issues should be fixed now


-Release 20151001

Code:
Fixed d2tw and added Oppo Gestures (Fully ported from omnirom and thanks to @spanish33)
- Fixed black screen when calling (Thanks to @spanish33)
- Cleanup sources
- Update the default apps to the latest version available
- Fetch latest sultanxda's kernel
- Fix mismatched sizes on system/data partitions
- Fix audio/speakers related issues
- Fix some memory leaks
- Fix miss-aligned no-SIM icon
- Fixed carrier label on lockscreen
- Add F2FS support
- Fixed WiFi Hotspot
- Add screenshot delete option in the notification
- Add CAF Task Manager
- Add compatibility for Google WebView package (on google play)

We also played a lot around the CAF AppOps Manager, but it's not stable enough, so we decided to not use it.
 
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_ASSASSIN_

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@Quasar then would you mind removing all of those really outdated AOSP apps that are really useless? xD
Also I don't know about you.. but I'd think that CAF App ops is extremely useful.
 
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Quasar

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Dec 3, 2013
2,296
3,202
Mumbai
@Quasar then would you mind removing all of those really outdated AOSP apps that are really useless? xD
Also I don't know about you.. but I'd think that CAF App ops is extremely useful.

Well, it's just gallery, browser and music. Also, CAF App Ops needs some commits that we don't want to use. You could download App Ops from the play store, though.
 

Setting.Out

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Booted on render, lost WiFi, but booted.. Going to try tyr and ak...

*update..

Tyr doesn't boot and ak loses WiFi too.. :(

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Quasar

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Quasar are you using anything for wakelocks and such?

Don't really need those anymore since Google fixed the systemupdateservice wakelock. I haven't been on this for a full cycle yet, but on falcon, the SOT almost doubled with this ROM, so I don't think you'd need anything.
 

h2o64

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Aug 13, 2012
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Booted on render, lost WiFi, but booted.. Going to try tyr and ak...

*update..

Tyr doesn't boot and ak loses WiFi too.. :(

Sent from my A0001 using XDA Premium 4 mobile app
This ROM uses one heck of a lot of modules. Including prima wich isn't build "in-kernel" anymore (this way we always use the latest one and we match caf format)
@Quasar then would you mind removing all of those really outdated AOSP apps that are really useless? xD
Also I don't know about you.. but I'd think that CAF App ops is extremely useful.
If there are outdated... Why wouldn't we update it simply?
The ROM (on all the concerned devices) is quiet young. Once we added a few features (clean all task) and fixed all the bugs. We will start working apps by ourselves.
Yay more AOSPs.
Pretty smooth ROM. I would love to see some basic features being added.
Thanks a lot for this great ROM.
Ideas are always welcome
@Quasar
Will you add the backup functionalities on addon.d in the future? Or it will stay as it is?
It will stay as it is to match CAF as much as we can.
 

tekanina

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Jan 14, 2013
395
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Status bar says 3g even though it says lte in quick settings and no lights on capacitive keys. An option for softkeys would be awesome if possible. I also tried to flash open gapps stock package and I got an error that there wasn't enough room on system. I guess it's an error in the updater script. Works fine in CM. Thanks for the ROM I've been waiting for something like this for a while.
 

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    The AOSParadox Project 2.1

    What's CodeAurora Forums ?
    Code Aurora Forum (CAF) is a consortium of companies with projects serving the mobile wireless industry. Software projects it concerns itself with are e.g. Android for MSM, Femto Linux Project, LLVM, MSM WLAN and Linux-MSM. Code Aurora is basically AOSP plus all Qualcomm specific enhancements and optimization.

    What's AOSParadox Project ?
    AOSParadox is a vanilla ROM. Our goal is to pick the least amount of commits possible on AOSP code. While trying to add features, when CodeAurora provide us with chipset's specific sources ?
    At the opposite of most of ROMs that you can find, the trees are made by ourselves to be integrated in this new ROM type.

    What should I be aware of ?
    Everything is custom and made to work with CodeAurora Forum's sources so custom kernels won't boot (ramdisk is different, selinux rules too, ...).

    Extra features
    Code:
    - Snapdragon camera
    - Compatible with layer themes

    What doesn't work ?
    Code:
    - Tell us

    Downloads :
    http://download.aosparadox.org/AOSParadox/bacon/

    How to install ?
    • 1) Place ROM & Gapps in your virtual SD
    • 2) Reboot in Bootloader Mode
    • 3) Go to "Recovery"
    • 4) Wipe Data/Factory Reset
    • 5) Wipe Dalvik cache
    • 6) Install the ROM zip
    • 7) Install the Gapps
    • 8) Install SuperSU zip
    • 9) To disable software keys you can flash the ZIP made by @TanayPoddar56 (Post #2345)
    • 10) Reboot

    Users Tips and benchmarks

    - How to enable software keys ?Find the original @theratedrock post here
    Code:
    Most of you would want to skip to Step 1.3 as that's why I created this post and everything else is almost similar. If this works out (especially 1.3), please give me feedback.[/B]
    
    [B]1.1 [U]Enabling softkeys:[/U] [/B]
          1. Make sure you have got / & /system mounted as rw.
          2. Go to device/system/build.prop.
          3. Scroll down to the extreme bottom.
          4. Add this line there : 
              [I]qemu.hw.mainkeys=0[/I]
          5. Save the file and reboot. (To be sure that it has got      enabled and we're gonna disable the hard-keys in the next step.)
    
    [B]1.2 [U]Disabling the Hardware keys:[/U] [/B]
          1. Go to Device/system/usr/keylayout/generic.kl.
          2. Scroll down and find the following keys and add # before each of them.
              It should then look like this:
                      # key 139 MENU
                      # key 158 BACK
                      # key 172 HOME
          3. Save and Reboot.
    
    [B]Alternatively[/B] you can go set the long press and short press of the hard keys to "No action" from settings , in newer builds. (But [B]back button would still work though[/B])
    
    [B]1.3 [U]Disabling the backlight of the HW keys:[/U] (Permanent as long as a systemless SuperSU is available.)[/B]
       1. Download this :- [url]https://www.dropbox.com/s/lbx8fogscy8v0xc/DisableSoftkeysBacklight?dl=0[/url]
       2. Have [B]a systemless version of [user=631273]@Chainfire[/user] 's  SuperSU flashed [/B] (very important)
       3. Go to /su/su.d
       4. Paste the "DisableSoftkeysBacklight" you downloaded inside su.d
       5. Change permissions of the file (Give Owner read, write and execute permissions.)
       6. Now reboot.


    Team AOSParadox Members / Official Contributors
    @edisile @Quasar @h2o64 @loveboy_lion

    Sources

    If you want to build the ROM by yourself here is the tutorial.

    XDA:DevDB Information
    [CAF/AOSP][LA.BF.1.1.3-01010-8x74.0][6.0.1][STABLE]AOSParadox Project 2.1 - 20160328, ROM for the OnePlus One

    Contributors
    Quasar, h2o64
    Source Code: https://github.com/AOSParadox

    ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
    Based On: CAF/AOSP

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: LA.BF.1.1.3-01010-8x
    Stable Release Date: 2016-03-28

    Created 2015-09-06
    Last Updated 2016-05-05
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    AOSParadox MRA58K 2.0

    Hello,
    Here I'm proud to present you our final version of AOSParadox MRA58K 2.0 for the OnePlus One.
    We hunted all the bugs and improved the Android experience on Marshmallow as right as we thought.
    Here is the from the last lollipop version :
    • Sources cleanup
    • A lot of fixes ...
    • My own mac generator

    What did we changed on top of Marshmallow AOSP ?
    • Disabled some WakeClocks
    • Enabled ClearAll button
    • Restore native dark theme
    • Enabled SystemUI Tuner by default
    • Longpress on QS
    • LayersManager are launch-able from Settings app
    • SuperSU is launch-able from Settings app
    • MultiWindows is enabled for everytype for build (userdebug, eng, user)
    • 3 dots menu enabled in Settings / Location
    • All the AOSParadox App icons

    This has take very very long to fix the last bugs, but as I said, real life comes first and the project had to pause. A big big big big big big big big big bold thank to @spanish33 who spent hours with me testing and thinking. Now all the bugs are fixed, my way, and the ROM is fully stable.

    I finally wanted to thanks all the donators, and all the people, testers, supporters wich left us everyday awesome comments and PMs that we all read and appreciate. This new AOSParadox 2.0 Project and its philosophy (more details here) has now, thanks to you, a fully operational server dedicated to it and very soon, a gerrit to port more and more devices..
    Thank you

    Download link : http://ns336247.ip-91-121-110.eu/AOSParadox/bacon/

    Your dear developper.
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    So.. Let's bring ETA. (I'm absolutely not opposed to giving ETAs, you just need to understand that I give it, when I feel like I need to)

    In 24 hours we made a lot of progress, here is what we achieved :
    - pushing all the M branches
    - picking LP commits on M branch
    - making the manifests (they won't move much now)
    - patching trees

    Overall it wasn't that complicated, a only kernel and trees was kind of hard. BUT we face major problem : HALS. It's a conjugation of 3 problems :
    - we are basing on a chipset completely different wich has fully different HALs
    - Google updated HALs a lot (eg: gralloc API, audio policy,...)
    - there are kernel patches needed that I can't apply at all (eg: MDSS dual dsi)

    I know that a lot of you will say : use pre-built! But we won't.. So what could we do?
    - Remake the HALs (I did audio ones this morning and I lost half my hair)
    - Wait for the right CAF branch
    .
    We will do both.
    Both of them are long and will (might) take time. So be patient.

    Thanks for all your support
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    AOSParadox MRA58K 2.0

    Hello,
    here is a new build :
    AOSParadox-BETA-20151020-bacon.zip - 233.9 mo
    AOSParadox-2.0 MRA58K-FIX.zip

    Flash AOSParadox-2.0 MRA58K-FIX.zip after the main ZIP to make the ROM boot.

    Changelog :
    Code:
    - Android Marshmallow MRA58K
    - Restore DayNight Mode
    - Added a clear all button
    - Many other stuff that I can't even list ...

    This is a BETA build, here are the known bugs :
    Code:
    - WiFi causes reboot
    - NFC don't turn off
    - No RIL
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    Changelog

    - Release 20150906

    Code:
    -Initial release


    - Release 20150911

    Code:
    -Fixed NFC
    -Fixed hardware button backlight (brightness is low)
    -Fixed video recording
    -Added Google Webview support to fix Google Play Services FC at startup wizard
    -Fixed a bunch of wakelocks caused by AOSP systemupdateservice
    -Added remaining charge time
    -Added a bunch of APN fixes, so messaging issues should be fixed now


    -Release 20151001

    Code:
    Fixed d2tw and added Oppo Gestures (Fully ported from omnirom and thanks to @spanish33)
    - Fixed black screen when calling (Thanks to @spanish33)
    - Cleanup sources
    - Update the default apps to the latest version available
    - Fetch latest sultanxda's kernel
    - Fix mismatched sizes on system/data partitions
    - Fix audio/speakers related issues
    - Fix some memory leaks
    - Fix miss-aligned no-SIM icon
    - Fixed carrier label on lockscreen
    - Add F2FS support
    - Fixed WiFi Hotspot
    - Add screenshot delete option in the notification
    - Add CAF Task Manager
    - Add compatibility for Google WebView package (on google play)
    
    We also played a lot around the CAF AppOps Manager, but it's not stable enough, so we decided to not use it.
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