Development [KERNEL] CleanSlate S1.4.2 |S2S|AdBlock|VIB|BatterySvr [Apr 7]

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sagiag

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If you didn't disable

If you didn't disable Verity and Verification, then you should be only flashing the copy of the kernel that you ran Magisk on. I'm guessing you didn't do that since the filename of the kernel image would be different than that, unless you renamed it.

Flash the stock boot.img and run Magisk on the CleanSlate kernel, then flash the Magisk'd CleanSlate kernel.
Hi thank you for your help!

First before I started to flash anything i copied the cleanslate boot img file to my device and patched it with magisk , In the download folder I got a new file that called magisk_patched-23016_ipHwv.img

Than I copy it back to my computer and flash it
After that I flashes the rest of the files like in the instructions.

Is that ok?
 

sagiag

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Sep 12, 2016
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If you didn't disable

If you didn't disable Verity and Verification, then you should be only flashing the copy of the kernel that you ran Magisk on. I'm guessing you didn't do that since the filename of the kernel image would be different than that, unless you renamed it.

Flash the stock boot.img and run Magisk on the CleanSlate kernel, then flash the Magisk'd CleanSlate kernel.
Hi thank you for your help!

First before I started to flash anything i copied the cleanslate boot img file to my device and patched it with magisk , In the download folder I got a new file that called magisk_patched-23016_ipHwv.img

Than I copy it back to my computer and flash it
After that I flashes the rest of the files like in the instructions.

Is that ok?
 

tbalden

Recognized Developer
Hi thank you for your help!

First before I started to flash anything i copied the cleanslate boot img file to my device and patched it with magisk , In the download folder I got a new file that called magisk_patched-23016_ipHwv.img

Than I copy it back to my computer and flash it
After that I flashes the rest of the files like in the instructions.

Is that ok?
Yes, that's a good way to do it. I also do install it this way if I need magisk on the phone.
Unfortunately I'm unsure what went wrong here.
Please read my previous reply for what might help:
If you know which Slot (a or b) was active before flashing, check in Bootloader if it didn't switch to the other slot.
If it switched to the other, you might try to switch back and flash stock boot image to boot.

With corrupted data tho the simplest way would be to go to fastboot and reset user data (losing the data unfortunately) with this command:
fastboot -w
Then flash back stock image and boot, to make sure everything is working.
 

roirraW "edor" ehT

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Staff member
Hi thank you for your help!

First before I started to flash anything i copied the cleanslate boot img file to my device and patched it with magisk , In the download folder I got a new file that called magisk_patched-23016_ipHwv.img

Than I copy it back to my computer and flash it
After that I flashes the rest of the files like in the instructions.

Is that ok?
I'm on the phone while my wife is driving so I might've misread your command prompt "log". I thought I saw you flashed the original CleanSlate kernel instead of the proper magisk_patched-23016_ipHwv.img.
 

sagiag

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Sep 12, 2016
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Thanks for the detailed info.
Did you flash it over stock partitions or over another kernel? Any magisk modules active?
I'm really sorry to hear that it doesn't work out. I'm doing exactly the same here when testing the compiled kernel.

(If you got the corrupted one, you might want to check in the Bootloader if the Active partitions is still A or B.
After a few bad boots it might switch to the other partitions. After that it might not boot on Stock images either.
You can switch active partitions from fastboot to try and see if it boots then. Or you might indeed need to factory reset/use stock boot image to make it boot again. )
Got you

Ok I will try it maybe tomorrow

It's 1 am here so I'm going to sleep 💤

Thanks for your time
 

Lughnasadh

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To make it easier for those who use Kernel managers with magisk to flash kernels, I've created an AnyKernel for the Pixel 6 Pro (later I'll check the non-pro installer too).

Here's the Anykernel zip for P6Pro, Cleanslate 1.3.1 for kernel managers (exkm or fkm):
Thank you so much for this. I assume this has the magiskboot binary updated to Canary 23016 so no need to worry about disabling verity & verification?
 

roirraW "edor" ehT

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To make it easier for those who use Kernel managers with magisk to flash kernels, I've created an AnyKernel for the Pixel 6 Pro (later I'll check the non-pro installer too).

Here's the Anykernel zip for P6Pro, Cleanslate 1.3.1 for kernel managers (exkm or fkm):
Thank you! I confirm everything went perfectly with this. I did *not* disable Verity and Verification after flashing the full firmware zip. I initially used the rooted stock January kernel and flashed this zip in EXKM, and all went perfectly.

Thank you so much for this. I assume this has the magiskboot binary updated to Canary 23016 so no need to worry about disabling verity & verification?
See above. Worked perfectly without disabling Verity and Verification. I was fully backed up, though, just in case I did something wrong at no fault to @tbalden. :D
 

Lughnasadh

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Thank you! I confirm everything went perfectly with this. I did *not* disable Verity and Verification after flashing the full firmware zip. I initially used the rooted stock January kernel and flashed this zip in EXKM, and all went perfectly.


See above. Worked perfectly without disabling Verity and Verification. I was fully backed up, though, just in case I did something wrong at no fault to @tbalden. :D
Fantastic! Thanks for testing Rode Warrior 😃
 

chill145

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Google Pixel 6 Pro
So according to Despair both his and this kernel should work with ProtonAOSP unrooted. Whether or not it will pass SN checks is quite another thing. I will do my backups as best I can and within a couple of days grab my bottle of Jack and install one of them. According to the OPs I do need to flash all those files. Do you suggest cleanslate or despair at this time? I'll read up on both but it does look like Despair is diligently working on some updates. Damn why am I always the guinea pig? A glutton for punishment I presume.

Not wanting to root and leaning towards installing ProtonAOSP myself, were you able to install this kernel without root?
 

tbalden

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kickassdave

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Google Pixel 6 Pro
Hi...
non-root method - P6Pro

I got through every step as instructed up until flashing vendor_dlkm

getting the following in command prompt:
FAILED (remote: 'Invalid command resize-logical-partition:vendor_dlkm_b:44453')

I tried manually resizing the partition but unsure if my command is correct or even if I may break something else entirely

Any ideas?
**MY BAD**
Wasn't in "fastbootd" mode

First time had to do anything like this on a handset
Great instructions, finally some system-wide ad blocking

Can I just check... how do the advert hosts get updated? I always find without updating regularly, stuff just starts appearing again.
 
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Rodimus8402

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Google Pixel 6 Pro
I've noticed an issue, where the "Clean Slate Service" app causes the screen to be stuck at 60Hz.

If I "freeze" the app, the phone normally scales up to 120Hz, or successfully stays at 120Hz if the developmental option is toggled.

I also tested this after doing a fully factory reset (wiping data), on the latest January build, with the Kirisakura kernel.

Any idea how to fix this? As I really enjoy both apps.

Thanks!
 

tbalden

Recognized Developer
I've noticed an issue, where the "Clean Slate Service" app causes the screen to be stuck at 60Hz.

If I "freeze" the app, the phone normally scales up to 120Hz, or successfully stays at 120Hz if the developmental option is toggled.

I also tested this after doing a fully factory reset (wiping data), on the latest January build, with the Kirisakura kernel.

Any idea how to fix this? As I really enjoy both apps.

Thanks!
Which app version do you use? Can you share an info page screen shot from the app? Latest releases fixed this issue supposedly.
 
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Rodimus8402

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Which app version do you use? Can you share an info page screen shot from the app? Latest releases fixed this issue supposedly.
I'm using v3.2.12, and here's a screenshot of the info page.

There's also this weird issue where the phone is slow to wake from doze while on the lockscreen, and a double tap or pressing the power button doesn't immediately wake it up.

I think it's potentially being caused by the Cleanslate Configuration app. Let me know if you need a screenshot of the info for that app too.

Thanks!
Which app version do you use? Can you share an info page screen shot from the app? Latest releases fixed this issue supposedly.
 

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tbalden

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I'm using v3.2.12, and here's a screenshot of the info page.

There's also this weird issue where the phone is slow to wake from doze while on the lockscreen, and a double tap or pressing the power button doesn't immediately wake it up.

I think it's potentially being caused by the Cleanslate Configuration app. Let me know if you need a screenshot of the info for that app too.

Thanks!
To reflect, that app can't cause such issues, it doesn't interact with the system in any such way.

Please check the installation guide. You should join the beta program on both apps in app store as detailed in the installation guide in the first post. That's an old version which doesn't support this phone model
 
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    - Update Android SP1A A12 - 1.4.3 -
    Android S stable 12L - May update
    - installer zip/ Images updated to latest
    - fix: further tweak of Corner area Gestures to avoid accidental doubletap detections
    - change: when camera is on do not boost camera ui's haptics based on Vibration boost settings
    - adblock hosts file updated


    CleanSlate S 1.4.3 Downloads:

    Magisk with Kernel manager installation

    If using a kernel manager like EXKM or FKM, here's an anykernel installer zip
    Kernel installer zip for P6Pro (raven) 1.4.3 (use with EXKM,FKM): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118469710
    Kernel installer zip for P6 (oriole) 1.4.3 (use with EXKM,FKM): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118469711


    Android S images zip (sp1a 2022-05-05)
    Pixel6/pro (not flashable, contains images) CS 1.4.3: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118469712


    For the second installation method with fastboot/ images, you'll need to have verity verification disabled.
    vbmeta inside the zip of SP1A.002 to deactivate verity checks on the custom boot image and most probably to do factory reset, DO IT BEFORE FLASHING THE KERNEL, or it won't boot


    If you're using Magisk rooting and patch the boot image before flashing, then you can skip verity disabling. If you do not use Magisk patching, you should always disable verification when applying OTAs from adb sideload, before booting up!

    Read first post in thread for installation details.[/color]
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    Have you updated your phone before updating kernel?

    Unfortunately there's a chance of what you describe with kernel managers based installation. and the only way around it is to flash the stock full firmware back which will put the bigger dlkm image in place which will make room for the custom kernel dlkm partition.

    (Or you can flash images manually from the zip, but you'll need to patch it from magisk manually to have root)
    if you update anykernel, it includes lptools to resize that partition
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    flash failed because vendor_dklm is larger than current vendor_dklm
    Have you updated your phone before updating kernel?

    Unfortunately there's a chance of what you describe with kernel managers based installation. and the only way around it is to flash the stock full firmware back which will put the bigger dlkm image in place which will make room for the custom kernel dlkm partition.

    (Or you can flash images manually from the zip, but you'll need to patch it from magisk manually to have root)
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    tbalden's
    CleanSlate kernel
    for Google Pixel 6 Pro


    The User Experience Kernel leaning towards Stock Stability plus UX features.
    Rock stable stock approach, performance smooth and issue free
    "No-Root is a State of Mind"


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    As always tbalden is here to bring you authentic new features first in line, to his heart's chosen phone, this year Pixel 6 Pro.
    No root elevation (magisk) needed for all functions and preference switches through CS Config App


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    Release Calendar
    Version 1.4.2 - 7 of April 2021
    Version 1.4.0 - 26 of March 2021

    Version 1.3.4 - 22 of March 2021
    Version 1.3.1 - 15 of Jan 2021
    Version 1.1.0 - 20 of Nov 2021


    Should work on official ROM bases March 2022 sec level.




    Features:

    - Sweep to Sleep gestures - highly customizable
    - DoubleTap & LongTap & SwipeUp on corner area gestures - new way to pull down android Notification Area or screen off
    - Sweep/Tap gesture to force close foreground app - DETAILS HERE
    - Battery Saver cut back max CPU freqs, 3 levels + touch boost limiter options
    - Flashlight Notification/Call blinking (see video below)
    - Vibrating Notification Reminder (DETAILS)
    - Notification In-Pocket Booster boost notifications vibrations while phone is in pocket
    - Vibration Booster boost haptic feedback strength (closer to Pixel4/Pixel3 levels)
    - K.AdAway adblocking built-in kernel only, All browsers, Apps web-ads, except YouTube / streaming / Facebook ads
    - SafetyNet pass - BASIC passes Basic, without Magisk/Rooting. CTS won't pass.
    - ThinLTO + CFI security hardened Read: https://source.android.com/devices/tech/debug/cfi
    - Kernel Log / Crash dump to internal storage/sdcard - no root/magisk needed, from Companion App use Kernel Log button
    - CleanSlate Companion / Config - rootless app to configure


    Facts:

    - no root required, use /sdcard/Android/data/org.cleanslate.csconfig/cache/uci_user.cfg file to configure 99% of the features without rooting. If you need tweak apps (e.g. EXKM / FK) you'll need rooting!
    - built on top of kernel sources released by Google
    - built with standard toolchain for stability and efficiency
    - built with Control Flow Integrity sec hardening from Android S versions onwards
    - kept stable, no tweakings, just features
    - stable and reliable, keeping close to stock except addition of Usability features


    Feature demo


    Sweep2Sleep, DoubleTap notif pull down
    --
    Foreground App Kill gesture


    Requirements
    - Unlocked Pixel 6 Pro, stock or with magisk root
    - From Android S, vbmeta verification must be disabled. ONLY if you use Magisk Manager canary latest (to patch boot image with Magisk) you can skip vbmeta verification disabling! If using the boot image provided in the zip without Magisk, you MUST disable verification! Download the stock full firmware for you phone, extract Vbmeta.img and do:
    Code:
    fastboot flash --disable-verity --disable-verification vbmeta vbmeta.img
    --- In Android S, you might need to do a factory reset when disabling Verity after the system booted before with vbmeta enabled! If it doesn't boot with corruption problem, you need to do a factory reset with 'fastboot -w'
    --- When updating with next OTA on Android S, I recommend to 'adb sideload ota.zip' and then BEFORE booting, go to Bootloader and with latest Vbmeta.img, make sure to switch off verity again with fastboot flashing vbmeta again, and boot only after that. That way factory reset won't be necessary it seems by experience so far.
    - BACKUP: make sure you have a stock image downloaded (boot, dtbo, vendor dlkm img) from Google (https://developers.google.com/android/images) before installing this!

    Installation Guide
    Firstly install CleanSlate configuration and CleanSlate companion BETA program apps on your phone (both found down below in Download section). Set them up initially.
    - When installing Premium version from Play Store, you should join the Beta program for both apps, and install the beta version! Otherwise features won't work.
    - Non-rooted method: 0. download the installation zip, Unzip it to your PC.

    Code:
    1. reboot to bootloader:
    $ adb reboot-bootloader
    2. Flash boot image and stock dtbo img:
    $ fastboot flash boot cleanslate-raven-boot-xxxxxx.yyy--ZZZ.img
    $ fastboot flash dtbo stock-dtbo-boot-xxxxxx.yyy.img
    3. if everything went fine, reboot to FastbootD and flash vendor_dlkm modules image:
    $ fastboot reboot fastboot
    $ fastboot flash vendor_dlkm cleanslate-raven-vendor_dlkm-xxxxxx.yyy--ZZZ.img
    4. reboot (fastboot reboot), enjoy
    - Rooted method: do the same as above, but before flashing boot, root it on the phone from Magisk Manager
    - Kernel Manager (FKM/EXKM) Rooted method: download the kernel manager AnyKernel installer zip instead and flash from the manager

    Known bugs
    - None, please tell
    - please disable magisk modules before reporting issues, and please provide logs if possible
    - if it cannot boot at all after flash because of signature verification, read vbmeta requirements (Android S)

    Download


    Android S
    P6Pro Rooted installer for Kernel Manager installation (EXKM/FKM...)
    cleanslater-raven-1.4.2.zip for P6pro RAVEN (March update): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118449925

    P6 Rooted installer for Kernel Manager installation (EXKM/FKM...)
    cleanslater-oriole-1.4.2.zip for P6 Oriole (March update): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118449926

    Non rooted, Android S images
    Pixel6pro/6 (raven/oriole) Images zip (DO NOT FLASH AS ZIP) for Android12 (2022.04.05)
    CS 1.4.2: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118449927



    cleanslater-raven-1.4.0.zip for P6pro RAVEN (March update): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118442034
    cleanslater-oriole-1.4.0.zip for P6 Oriole (March update): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118442035
    Pixel6pro/6 (raven/oriole) Images zip (DO NOT FLASH AS ZIP) for Android12 (2022.03.05)
    CS 1.4.0: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118442036


    cleanslater-oriole-1.3.4.zip for P6 Oriole (March update): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=2981970449027578370
    cleanslater-raven-1.3.4.zip for P6pro RAVEN (March update): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=2981970449027578369
    Pixel6pro (raven) Images zip (DO NOT FLASH AS ZIP) for Android12 (2022.03.05)
    CS 1.3.4: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=2981970449027578368

    Pixel6pro (raven) Images zip (DO NOT FLASH AS ZIP) for Android12 (2022.01.05)
    CS 1.3.1: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=17825722713688269355
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    cleanslater-raven-1.3.1.zip for P6pro (jan update): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=17825722713688269397
    Pixel6pro (raven) Images zip (DO NOT FLASH AS ZIP) for Android12 (2021.08.17)
    CS 1.1.0: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=7161016148664842834
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    Config Applications
    Companion App 3.3.x-- Donation premium on PlayStore
    --- MUST Use BETA program for this phone:

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.cleanslate.csservice
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    Configuration App 3.2.x -- Donation premium on playstore
    --- MUST Use BETA program for this phone:

    - additional features in premium app: App Themes, Profiles, Profile Switch QuickTiles
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.cleanslate.csconfig

    Companion App 3.3.6 -- Normal free download:
    https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=17825722713688272307
    Configuration App 3.2.6 -- Normal free download:
    https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=17825722713688272306

    Donation:
    If you appreciate this, don't forget to hit the Like button, or consider to Donate. Donations here
    Thank you!

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    Src: https://github.com/tbalden/android_kernel_gs_raviole
    https://github.com/tbalden/google-modules-sec_touch
    https://github.com/tbalden/google-modules-amplifiers
    https://github.com/tbalden/google-modules-lwis
    https://github.com/tbalden/google-modules-bcm4389/tree/cleanslate-s

    Special thanks
    To @Freak07 for all his work on XDA and help
    To @flar2 for his original works
    To @Captain_Throwback

    Sharing policy:
    As this is all GPL licensed kernel source, you can use it in your code, but don't forget about proper credit.
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    Changelogs:
    1.1.0 - initial public release

    Beta program join process:
    To use the premium apps with Pixel6pro, you need to join the Beta program on Play Store for the Premium app:
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    companion-1.jpgcompanion-2.jpgcompanion-3.jpg
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    - Update Android SP1A A12 - 1.4.2 -
    Android S stable 12L - April update
    - installer zip/ Images updated to latest
    - adblock hosts file updated


    CleanSlate S 1.4.2 Downloads:

    Magisk with Kernel manager installation

    If using a kernel manager like EXKM or FKM, here's an anykernel installer zip
    Kernel installer zip for P6Pro (raven) 1.4.2 (use with EXKM,FKM): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118449925
    Kernel installer zip for P6 (oriole) 1.4.2 (use with EXKM,FKM): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118449926


    Android S images zip (sp1a 2022-04-05)
    Pixel6/pro (not flashable, contains images) CS 1.4.2: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118449927


    For the second installation method with fastboot/ images, you'll need to have verity verification disabled.
    vbmeta inside the zip of SP1A.004 to deactivate verity checks on the custom boot image and most probably to do factory reset, DO IT BEFORE FLASHING THE KERNEL, or it won't boot


    If you're using Magisk rooting and patch the boot image before flashing, then you can skip verity disabling. If you do not use Magisk patching, you should always disable verification when applying OTAs from adb sideload, before booting up!

    NOTE: on latest March (12L) update I needed to update Magisk to Stable magisk app and latest stable magisk binaries in the zip, to be able to update with a kernel manager + magisk when installing with the installer zip.

    Read first post in thread for installation details.
    8
    - Update Android SP1A A12 - 1.3.3 -
    Android S stable - February update
    - Update to latest google sources
    - adblock hosts file updated


    CleanSlate S 1.3.3 Downloads:

    Magisk with Kernel manager installation

    If using a kernel manager like EXKM or FKM, here's an anykernel installer zip
    Kernel installer zip for P6Pro (raven) 1.3.3 (use with EXKM,FKM): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=17825722713688282829
    Kernel installer zip for P6 (oriole) 1.3.3 (use with EXKM,FKM): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=17825722713688283038


    Android S images zip (sp1a 2022-02-05)
    Pixel6/pro (not flashable, contains images) CS 1.3.3: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=17825722713688282830


    For the second installation method with fastboot/ images, you'll need to have verity verification disabled.
    vbmeta inside the zip of SP1A.003 to deactivate verity checks on the custom boot image and most probably to do factory reset, DO IT BEFORE FLASHING THE KERNEL, or it won't boot
    You can try to deactivate the vbmeta check before the first booting up right after sideloading the OTA , maybe that will let you boot without factory reset after vbmeta verify disabling.

    Deactivate, you might need to factory reset if you don't follow the OTA-update/disable-before-first-boot procedure (fastboot -w for factory reset)

    fastboot flash --disable-verity --disable-verification vbmeta stock-vbmeta-220205.003.img

    How to re-activate if you need later?
    fastboot flash vbmeta stock-vbmeta-220205.003.img


    If you're using Magisk rooting and patch the boot image before flashing, then you can skip verity disabling. If you do not use Magisk patching, you should always disable verification when applying OTAs from adb sideload, before booting up!

    NOTE: on latest update I was unable to patch the boot image manually with Magisk and boot it, got a reboot with that on Verity enabled device. I ended up using a kernel manager to install with the installer zip instead

    Read first post in thread for installation details.
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    - Update Android SP1A A12 - 1.4.0 -
    Android S stable 12L - Feature update
    - Feature: change Notification boosting / Vibration boosting
    ---- In-pocket Notification boosting for double-vibration type notifs, noticeably stronger in-pocket, instead of weak sauce stock (e.g. gmail, google chat, teams...)
    ---- Vibration boosting for haptics: now only boost the very short stock haptics, other types of longer vibrations are not boosted at all, while screen is ON
    ---- Vibration boosting (slight boost) will trigger for notification vibrations while screen is OFF
    - fix: additional tuning of Touch Corner Gestures, to filter out any remaining single-taps identified as double-tap gesture in the corner gesture area
    - adblock hosts file updated, major additions in it


    CleanSlate S 1.4.0 Downloads:

    Magisk with Kernel manager installation

    If using a kernel manager like EXKM or FKM, here's an anykernel installer zip
    Kernel installer zip for P6Pro (raven) 1.4.0 (use with EXKM,FKM): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118442034
    Kernel installer zip for P6 (oriole) 1.4.0 (use with EXKM,FKM): https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118442035


    Android S images zip (sp1a 2022-03-05)
    Pixel6/pro (not flashable, contains images) CS 1.4.0: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=14655340768118442036


    For the second installation method with fastboot/ images, you'll need to have verity verification disabled.
    vbmeta inside the zip of SP1A.013 to deactivate verity checks on the custom boot image and most probably to do factory reset, DO IT BEFORE FLASHING THE KERNEL, or it won't boot


    If you're using Magisk rooting and patch the boot image before flashing, then you can skip verity disabling. If you do not use Magisk patching, you should always disable verification when applying OTAs from adb sideload, before booting up!

    NOTE: on latest March (12L) update I needed to update Magisk to Stable magisk app and latest stable magisk binaries in the zip, to be able to update with a kernel manager + magisk when installing with the installer zip.

    Read first post in thread for installation details.