[GSI][UNOFFICIAL][12] Pixel Experience

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AndroidFlasherX

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My device bootloops after flashing pixel experience+ gsi, do i install just pixel experience gsi. It is a tecno spark 8 shipped with android 11, has treble support and supports A/B seamless updates
 

AnonVendetta

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How can I hide the persistent icons in the center of the bottom bar? It doesn't seem to matter if I select gestures or traditional navbar, the icons remain. And even with a 3rd party launcher, they're still there. In
 

scdadd

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i dont know how to post this question so, im going to post it here.i have a tmobile samsung a13 5g. i just found out it's not 64 bit, i have the 32 bit. how do i get a 64 bit of this firmware
 

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i dont know how to post this question so, im going to post it here.i have a tmobile samsung a13 5g. i just found out it's not 64 bit, i have the 32 bit. how do i get a 64 bit of this firmware
Are you absolutely sure the phone is 32 bit? If it is 64, then you should be able to run 64 bit GSIs. Or you can try GSIs that have "arm32 binder64" in the name of the img file that you're downloading.

it's just very uncommon these days for an Android device to not be 64 bit.
 

scdadd

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Are you absolutely sure the phone is 32 bit? If it is 64, then you should be able to run 64 bit GSIs. Or you can try GSIs that have "arm32 binder64" in the name of the img file that you're downloading.

it's just very uncommon these days for an Android device to not be 64 bit.
Yes I tried to down the flir one app and would not show up in play store. I got in touch with flir tech support and downloaded an app for them so they could see. Took a screen shot and they got back with me saying I had a arm 64 chip but, the firmware was 32 bit.
 

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Are you absolutely sure the phone is 32 bit? If it is 64, then you should be able to run 64 bit GSIs. Or you can try GSIs that have "arm32 binder64" in the name of the img file that you're downloading.

it's just very uncommon these days for an Android device to not be 64 bit.
Here is a screen shot.
Screenshot_20220908-232430_AIDA64.jpg
 

AnonVendetta

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I see now. The cpu is x64 but the OS/kernel only supports 32 bit. This doesn't mean you can't run a gsi though. I may be wrong, but I think "arm32 binder 64" gsi variants are what you need to use. Phh builds his official AOSP gsi with that variant supported, so in turn this means that most gsis based on his source code will support it too. PE is based on Phh sources.
 

scdadd

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I see now. The cpu is x64 but the OS/kernel only supports 32 bit. This doesn't mean you can't run a gsi though. I may be wrong, but I think "arm32 binder 64" gsi variants are what you need to use. Phh builds his official AOSP gsi with that variant supported, so in turn this means that most gsis based on his source code will support it too. PE is based on Phh sources.
How do I find this rom?
 

scdadd

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I see now. The cpu is x64 but the OS/kernel only supports 32 bit. This doesn't mean you can't run a gsi though. I may be wrong, but I think "arm32 binder 64" gsi variants are what you need to use. Phh builds his official AOSP gsi with that variant supported, so in turn this means that most gsis based on his source code will support it too. PE is based on Phh sources.
Ok I'm sorta new to this Rom/gsi stuff so...... does it matter what gsi I use and, if I'm correct, I have to use twrp? I use to root and install cyanmod roms awhile back so I know about what I'm doing.
 

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Ok I'm sorta new to this Rom/gsi stuff so...... does it matter what gsi I use and, if I'm correct, I have to use twrp? I use to root and install cyanmod roms awhile back so I know about what I'm doing.
Well, normally you would find this variant on the page of wherever the GSI's downloads are. I just checked for you...bad news is PE isn't released in "arm32 binder64" variants. It looks like @ponces has chosen to only build ARM64 A/B variants. You can try one of these, if it doesn't work then you'll have to go with another GSI like the official AOSP by @phhusson.

Or maybe if you ask @ponces nicely, he may consider doing builds of the variant you need.
 

scdadd

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Well, normally you would find this variant on the page of wherever the GSI's downloads are. I just checked for you...bad news is PE isn't released in "arm32 binder64" variants. It looks like @ponces has chosen to only build ARM64 A/B variants. You can try one of these, if it doesn't work then you'll have to go with another GSI like the official AOSP by @phhusson.

Or maybe if you ask @ponces nicely, he may consider doing builds of the variant you need.
Do you know the rom code name of my phone?
 

AnonVendetta

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Check these pages and expand the Assets header of the newest release. Then you will see what I meant by "arm 32 binder 64" and "arm64 A/B":


Install this app on your phone too, it will tell you what aspects of Treble your device supports, and what kind of GSI you should be looking for:


Edit: sry about the double post, was trying to edit my original post, but it seems it was submitted twice.
 

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    Pixel Experience for GSI

    What is this?
    Pixel Experience is an AOSP based ROM with Google apps included and all Pixel goodies (launcher, wallpapers, icons, fonts, bootanimation)
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    • As you'll notice, there is no A-only variant at the moment. It is still undecided whether A-only variants will later appear.
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