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local__hero

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[DISCONTINUED] Builds at sx.ix5.org in the aosp-10 directory.

Changelog here: https://sx.ix5.org/changelog.html

Install guide: Flashing AOSP on Xperia XZ

You still need the "Pie" Software Binaries version 9. Do not use the Android 10/Kernel 4.14 images.

XDA:DevDB Information
Xperia XZ AOSP Android 10 builds, ROM for the Sony Xperia XZ

Contributors
local__hero
Source Code: https://git.ix5.org/felix/local-manifests-ix5/src/branch/ix5-customizations-10

ROM OS Version: Android 10
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
ROM Firmware Required: Latest stock .184 / .192
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status:
Nightly

Created 2019-10-20
Last Updated 2019-10-20
 
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oguzbatu

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Oct 29, 2015
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Download gapps from this link: https://www.cyanogenmods.org/downloads/pico-opengapps-for-android-10-arm64/
Instructions to install gapps:
1-Flash rom zip and magisk (optional)
2-Boot the device once (yes don't flash gapps on first boot because of a bug with android setup)
3-After you boot the device once go back to the recovery. If you didn't flash magisk in last step your recovery will be overwriten by aosp recovery. If that happens just reflash twrp using fastboot.
4-Flash gapps
5-Boot the device now you will get error like "Android setup has stopped working". Just click more info and disable android setup from settings.
6-Login to your google account by running play store and follow the simple steps.
Android setup bug may get fixed in stable versions of gapps but for now install it like this.
 

ermetek

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Nov 30, 2009
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I tried to follow the procedure updating my OmniRom 9.0 but the phone goes into bootloop.
 

germanyboy_2

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Oct 24, 2019
3
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i've also tried everything several times different species and versions, without gapps it works! (intigriter update button missing?)
 

ibondd

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Apr 11, 2019
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I like this rom but i installed 2 times and all the time cpu could be 55-60 degrees and randomly reboot. I cant fix this.
 

pawwaap

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Dec 4, 2016
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Hope the ROM will grow as mature as daily driver!

XperiaXZ F8331, newest stock Oreo (unlockedBL), TaiChi modules like Xedge
 

oguzbatu

Senior Member
Oct 29, 2015
299
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İstanbul
I like this rom but i installed 2 times and all the time cpu could be 55-60 degrees and randomly reboot. I cant fix this.
Disable finger print unlocking and try again. Also uninstall any kernel tweak mods.

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Gps not working. I can fix this.
Install "Global Optimized GPS File Replacer" from magisk.
 

ibondd

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Apr 11, 2019
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I haven't any tweaks or kernel. I have stock oreo and i using aosp kernel when i installed android 10

My fingerprint hardware is doesn't working. How can i disable this?. My stock rom is doesn't see fingerprint sensor but this rom can see
 

archie_77

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Jun 14, 2014
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I haven't any tweaks or kernel. I have stock oreo and i using aosp kernel when i installed android 10

My fingerprint hardware is doesn't working. How can i disable this?. My stock rom is doesn't see fingerprint sensor but this rom can see

Maybe your stock firmware is from the U.S? they have it disabled over there
 

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    [DISCONTINUED] Builds at sx.ix5.org in the aosp-10 directory.

    Changelog here: https://sx.ix5.org/changelog.html

    Install guide: Flashing AOSP on Xperia XZ

    You still need the "Pie" Software Binaries version 9. Do not use the Android 10/Kernel 4.14 images.

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Xperia XZ AOSP Android 10 builds, ROM for the Sony Xperia XZ

    Contributors
    local__hero
    Source Code: https://git.ix5.org/felix/local-manifests-ix5/src/branch/ix5-customizations-10

    ROM OS Version: Android 10
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
    ROM Firmware Required: Latest stock .184 / .192
    Based On: AOSP

    Version Information
    Status:
    Nightly

    Created 2019-10-20
    Last Updated 2019-10-20
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    Download gapps from this link: https://www.cyanogenmods.org/downloads/pico-opengapps-for-android-10-arm64/
    Instructions to install gapps:
    1-Flash rom zip and magisk (optional)
    2-Boot the device once (yes don't flash gapps on first boot because of a bug with android setup)
    3-After you boot the device once go back to the recovery. If you didn't flash magisk in last step your recovery will be overwriten by aosp recovery. If that happens just reflash twrp using fastboot.
    4-Flash gapps
    5-Boot the device now you will get error like "Android setup has stopped working". Just click more info and disable android setup from settings.
    6-Login to your google account by running play store and follow the simple steps.
    Android setup bug may get fixed in stable versions of gapps but for now install it like this.
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    Same as Treble Pie GSI

    Put Treble AOSP 10 ROM on sd and flash it (You have to flash the Pie OEM via fastboot like: (fastboot flash oem SW_binaries_for_Xperia_Android_9.0_2.3.2_v9_tone.img)

    I'm sorry, but that's completely wrong. If you flash the Software Binaries to /oem again, your phone will not boot. The point of the treble builds is to use the /oem partition for /vendor files, with the Software Binaries already inside /vendor/odm.

    So just flash the treble build and then some GSI on top of it in /system.

    If you want to go back to regular AOSP builds, then you need to flash the Software Binaries again.

    Also, please keep the treble discussion in the treble thread, else you might confuse people ;)
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    How Hotspot thetring.?

    WiFi hotspot (2.4GHz and 5 GHz bands) and USB tethering are working on my device.
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    I guess this might help getting EdXposed working :D
    Only tested on my XZ2, but it should also work with the XZ running AOSP10 - please let me know! :fingers-crossed:
    Great - yes it works! :D