[I9001][STABLE][AOSP][6.0.1] Slimroms/AOSP for Galaxy S Plus

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Beta123MAX

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If someone have a bluetooth headset, can try if it works?
Thanks!

Mmh, don't have a headset, but BT audio seems to be a problem. No audio with a BT mini speaker. Connection seems generally OK, as the battery state of the speaker is recognized.:confused:
Well, in my case a wired audio connection works, of course.
 

poilko

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Hello
I have problem with answering the phone. when somebody is calling me the call screen is apearing after a while, usually it is 40 or more seconds.
Any ideas how to get rid of the lag.
Thank you for the rom, for your hard work

For me changing the govener to smartassV2 worked just fine. Its a little more edgy. Dont forget to set in startup

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Mmh, don't have a headset, but BT audio seems to be a problem. No audio with a BT mini speaker. Connection seems generally OK, as the battery state of the speaker is recognized.:confused:
Well, in my case a wired audio connection works, of course.

Same here, stable connection but no option for "media autuio" in BT device settings
 
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muggy1980

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Same problem but with "external speaker" made in P.R.C. ( which btw. say "bluetooth mode" after turning on). Generally only once in all test i have done i got any sound from it, and even that, after few seconds connection again lost with it.
So yes - there are some problems with bluetoth speakers/headphones

Mmh, don't have a headset, but BT audio seems to be a problem. No audio with a BT mini speaker. Connection seems generally OK, as the battery state of the speaker is recognized.:confused:
Well, in my case a wired audio connection works, of course.

Sorry guys for not answering for months, but now I've finally found a solution!!!
I've searched inside system files, trying replacing BT libs and installing various Magisk modules for bluetooth enhancements but none of this solution fixed the issue... so I have taken a look inside build.prop and here i found the cause of this weird problem: there i've found a value named
"persist.service.bt.a2dp.sink=true".
It is bluetooth related so i searched the function of this value and i've found that if it is setted "true", the phone is configured to work like a BT speaker, if setted as "false" the phone is the bluetooth audio source fot the headset;
so i've changed this value as "false", rebooted and the phone started streaming audio through bluetooth perfectly!
 

MarkFalk

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Optimized AOSP Light-AOSP-Ariesve STABLE - Build 21.10.2018 (latest)
and
Slimroms SlimRoms-Ariesve STABLE - Build 16.06.2018
are running both on my I9001 sufficiently.
But:
After installing the pico-GAPPs for 6.0 (because I need Google Play et al) immediatley after flashing
- in SlimRoms-Ariesve STABLE - Build 16.06.2018 allways crashes the AOSP keyboard. So I can not setup the WiFi and w/o setting-up the WiFi I can not close the install-/setup-manager - there is no way to continue w/o setting-up
- in Optimized AOSP Light-AOSP-Ariesve STABLE - Build 21.10.2018 (latest) always crashes the setup-/install-manager: It appears the message, that I have to setup the phone and after touching "set up phone" the same message appears again and again and again ...
Any explanations and hints how to solve?
 

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MarkFalk

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Thanks for your answer.
MicroG ... never heared .... every day new thing to learn. Thanks for the hint, I will try to learn how to use it ...
Unfortunately Kikat is not useable for me, some Apps I need/use want Android 5 as minimum ... I had already tested CyanogenMod 11.0 ROM and so I know that it must be "more" than 4.4.4 .. :(
 

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AOSP/Slimroms for Samsung Galaxy S Plus (AriesVE - msm7x30)


AOSP version
Code:
android-6.0.1_r81

Slim6 version
Code:
android-6.0.1_r79
What's works:


  • Boot
  • Sensors
  • Touchscreen
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth
  • RIL (Making calls & Mobile data)
  • Vibration
  • GPS
  • Camera
  • Sensors
  • ADB
  • Adoptable Storage


What's not working:

  • FM Radio
  • Enforcing sepolicy

How to install:



Special Thanks:




Changelog


Download Optimized AOSP

Download Slimroms

XDA:DevDB Information
Slimroms for I9001, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S Plus I9001

Contributors
outofmemory13, Sir mordred, K_TECH, christopher83, DevConnection_Team
ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
ROM Firmware Required: Android Lollipop 5.1
Based On: AOSP
Source code: Github
Version Information
Status:
STABLE

Created 2018-04-25
Last Updated 2018-09-04
Who can help me? Every time the machine is finished, restart is the interface....
 

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    AOSP/Slimroms for Samsung Galaxy S Plus (AriesVE - msm7x30)


    AOSP version
    Code:
    android-6.0.1_r81

    Slim6 version
    Code:
    android-6.0.1_r79
    What's works:


    • Boot
    • Sensors
    • Touchscreen
    • WiFi
    • Bluetooth
    • RIL (Making calls & Mobile data)
    • Vibration
    • GPS
    • Camera
    • Sensors
    • ADB
    • Adoptable Storage


    What's not working:
    • FM Radio
    • Enforcing sepolicy

    How to install:

    • Wipe everything (Data, System, Cache)
    • Format data and cache partition to F2FS
    • Install rom (DL below)
    • Install SuperSU or Magisk (only AOSP builds)
    • Reboot

    Special Thanks:

    • to Sir mordred - for ancora sources
    • to K_TECH - for lollipop aosp based device tree
    • to LegacyXperia for msm7x30 sources

    Changelog
    04.08.2018:
    - Removed old changelogs & builds
    - Added AOSP builds

    20.09.2018:
    - See

    04.09.2018:
    - Changelogs here

    28.08.2018:
    - Added 'long-press back to kill app' (enable it in dev settings)
    - Reduced vibration intensity
    - Changed I/O scheduler to row.
    - Changed CPU governor to ondemandX
    - Fixed GPS (all apps, which relies on GPS are working)
    - Added fast-charge mode
    - Added vibration on hw-keys
    - Remapped hw-keys (the menu button is now assigned to recents - like in all newer samsung smartphones)
    - Applied some CVE fixes from LineageOS
    - Fixed libhealthd - in theory offline-charging should work, but I'm not sure.
    - Switched back to Launcher3
    - Fixed F2FS Encryption (if anyone cares)
    - Reduced boot time (~1 sec!)
    - Removed offline location providers, cuz it never worked correctly.
    - Added boost configurations for interactive governor (in case you don't like ondemandx)
    - Fixed bootloops after instaling magisk modules.

    Download Optimized AOSP

    Download Slimroms

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Slimroms for I9001, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S Plus I9001

    Contributors
    outofmemory13, Sir mordred, K_TECH, christopher83, DevConnection_Team
    ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
    ROM Firmware Required: Android Lollipop 5.1
    Based On: AOSP
    Source code: Github
    Version Information
    Status: STABLE

    Created 2018-04-25
    Last Updated 2018-09-04
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    New Update!

    Since I couldn't find any great optimized rom for our hardware I ended up with creating my own.

    It's based on official AOSP with AOSP-RRO, CAF additions (OMS support, keyguard fixes, all qcom hardware support) and my ART, HWC optimizations .
    It doesn't contains ANY extra features except these which are in MM by default.

    Changelog (since last Slim6 build):
    - Switched to LOS webview & browser (6x faster)
    - Fixed GL Preload BUG (no more strange UI lags)
    - Added microG Services with functional Google Play Store
    - Added experimental sepolicy (40% done)
    - Removed F-Droid
    - Reduced RAM usage
    - Fixed HW Buttons

    BUGS:
    - No dialer app
    - Some options in DeskClock causes app crash.

    How to enable Google Play Store:
    1. Go to 'microG settings' app
    2. Select 'Self-Check' + Click on 'System grants signature spoofing' and grant necessary permission.
    3. Enable 'Google device registration'
    4. Enable Google SafetyNet
    5. Open Play Store - login to your G account.
    6. If you have RH-01 error - Go to Settings, Apps.. disable Play Store then clean all app data, cache.

    DOWNLOAD:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zroTL7pgRJ1ooULP9dqBaqk6579HO6RL/view?usp=sharing

    *** How to enable soft-navigation bar:
    Add this line to build.prop
    Code:
    qemu.hw.mainkeys=0

    This rom is not rooted by default, so...
    download SuperSU from here
    and flash it in recovery :cool:
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    INFO

    Sadly no oreo for SGS+

    It's impossible.
    I just don't have enough knowledge to make it working.

    I'm only one dev, which trying to port oreo to this device. It's hard & boring af.
    It shouldn't be hard to boot it, but I'm giving up. If anyone is interested in continuing my work - let me know.

    Also.. I'm leaving this device. I'll release final builds soon (for MM & N).

    See you soon on Xperia SP forums! :cowboy:
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    Registered today just to say thanks here. Great project.
    I'm still using the I9001 with christopher83's LP5.1, which runs rather good (of course without Google apps).
    Considering a test install, I've got few questions.
    There's currently no camera included, so even taking pictures isn't possible (don't mind about videos)?
    About failing sensors after some time. Even basic stuff like accelerometer/gyroscope?
    I'm a bit confused about the zram/swap setting off 512MB (as LP5.1 used 128). Is it for testing or does 6.0.1 require (that) much more ram?

    Thanks! :)

    Camera is not working at all.. problems with codecs, but I'll fix that soon. :)
    Yes, zRAM is for testing at this moment... but somehow it fixes 'bootloop' after installing gapps(pico).. with 128MB it taking forever (about 5+ hours) - with 256+ it's about 10/15 minutes.
    There's also issue with keyboard after installing gapps, so I don't recommend installing them yet.

    Sensors are working for me till now, but it's very unstable. And yes - all sensors are failing.

    WOW!! Very nice. :good::good::D Would love to see a working Android 6.0.1 on our old Device. Especially because of not working Greenify (also Authy & CPU-X) on CM 12.1 (https://forum.xda-developers.com/ap...installing-t3654586/post75688969#post75688969).
    PS: Even the old Sony Xperia Mini Pro (SK17i) I once had, could run CM 13 (https://0cn.de/h5mg) and even 14.1 (https://0cn.de/zvg2).
    Thanks also a lot for the newest TWRP!! :good::good:

    Hmm.. ;)
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    I'm working also on oreo, but I can't fix graphics, so probably i'll give up.
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    New Update

    Changelog 06.06.2018:

    • Optimized graphics (no more hwcomposer OOM)
    • Compiled with O3, Os flag (GCC optimizations)
    • Kernel compiled with archidroid toolchain 4.9 with my cortex-a8 neon configuration
    • Added necessary permissions for Gapps (just in case you want kill your device :silly:)
    • Removed aptoide, Ariesparts, Terminal
    • Changed default browser to LineageOS Jelly
    • Faster app launching
    • Changed default system font to Google Product Sans (from oreo)

    This build should be much faster, but due to O3 flag build is a bit larger, which results with weird memory usage sometimes. Os flag (optimized for size) makes builds smaller, but somehow way slower, so...

    Download: HERE

    EDIT:
    Ultra Slim Gapps (Removed all unused, heavy apps - 50MB): DOWNLOAD

    Instructions:
    1. Flash rom
    2. Flash Ultra Slim gapps
    3. Reboot
    4. Booting will take about 25 minutes, so... get a cup of tea.
    5. Login to G-Account
    6. Reboot device.
    7. Done! :D
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