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[MOD] FCS Xperia X OREO

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kaiiori

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Apr 3, 2013
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los cabos
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Main advantages
- Best performance at all temperatures (50 ~ 70% faster than stock)
- Less heat (especially during moderate / intense use -5 ~ 10 ° C)
- Maintains very good performance for long periods of time
- Faster cooling
- Overheating has been deactivated
- Do not heat device while in sleep mode
- System improvements and Soc qualcomm
- Optimized CPU and gpu for Soc qualcomm control
- No overheating when used and device charged
- System and kernel functions were fixed
- Add support init.d stock

Requirements
- Xperia X F5121 & F5122
- Compilation 34.4.A.2.70
- Firmware 8.0
- Install busybox
- Twrp
- Magisk 16
- it is unknown if it works for SuperSU

Installation

Attention: it is not authorized under any circumstance to lodge the files of this mod in another cloud of storage, you can add this thread to your post

- Turn off your device
- Enter twrp
- Install - Xperia_X_Thermal_Oreo_Compilation_70.zip
- Before restarting, perform the following steps
- Twrp
- Wipe
- Slide to factory reset
- Advanced cleaning
- Option:
- Dalvik / ART Cache
- Cahe
- Data
- Slide to clean
- Reailize the installation of - initd_magisk.zip
- ready restart and configure your device
- Once the configuration is finished, turn off your device
- and restart the first few times when your device starts, leave it for 2 to 3 minutes and unlock it and go

:cowboy: Now to enjoy your device without worrying that hot :laugh:


credits: @korom42 or its magisk module although it is adapted for the Xperia X
 
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kaiiori

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Apr 3, 2013
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Faq
- will work in another compilation
you can try but it is based on the compilation 34.4.A.2.70 that you probably bootloop

- It is necessary to perform the cleanup with twrp and reestablish my device
if it is necessary for the changes to be applied correctly

- I can upload it to my personal storage cloud
no, but you can place the thread on this topic without any problems

- Works for Android Nougat
Do not
 
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winsters

Member
Oct 18, 2014
10
0
cucuta
How do I know it works?

I installed it in a clean rom, but the phone heats up normally as expected, as data: install the magisk file and I throw error, followed the steps to the letter
 

lilbrat

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Jun 13, 2011
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Amman
OnePlus 8T
Hmm, I found only the 1st thing I'm unable to install, I can install the main FCS thing but it's a no go on the initd magisk thing.. it doesn't install....
 
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mbc07

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Dec 12, 2013
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Sony Xperia M
Sony Xperia X
I was having some weird issues with the mod where the init.d scripts wouldn't run neither with the module suggested in OP nor through Kernel Adiutor and was also tired of having to reflash the mod every time a new security update was released, so I went in and made a pure Magisk version of the mod (attached on this post).

This Magisk version is exactly the same as the OP, the only difference is that it's now a Magisk Module (so it applies systemlessly) and that you don't need busybox nor any kind of init.d support for it to work (the init.d scripts from the mod are executed directly through Magisk late_start hook instead). Download the ZIP, install through Magisk Manager, reboot and done.
 

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CntrlAltDel45

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May 7, 2015
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Cape Town
I was having some weird issues with the mod where the init.d scripts wouldn't run neither with the module suggested in OP nor through Kernel Adiutor and was also tired of having to reflash the mod every time a new security update was released, so I went in and made a pure Magisk version of the mod (attached on this post).

This Magisk version is exactly the same as the OP, the only difference is that it's now a Magisk Module (so it applies systemlessly) and that you don't need busybox nor any kind of init.d support for it to work (the init.d scripts from the mod are executed directly through Magisk late_start hook instead). Download the ZIP, install through Magisk Manager, reboot and done.

How would the installation process differ from OPs instructions with this Magisk module?
 

mbc07

Senior Member
Dec 12, 2013
830
993
26
Sony Xperia M
Sony Xperia X
How would the installation process differ from OPs instructions with this Magisk module?

You have two options:

1) Boot into TWRP and flash the attachment from my previous post (works only if you already have Magisk installed and working!), then reboot when done.

2) Open Magisk Manager, go to Modules, click the + button, locate the attachment from previous post, then reboot when done.

That's it. You don't need to flash/install anything else.
 

CntrlAltDel45

Senior Member
May 7, 2015
117
18
Cape Town
You have two options:

1) Boot into TWRP and flash the attachment from my previous post (works only if you already have Magisk installed and working!), then reboot when done.

2) Open Magisk Manager, go to Modules, click the + button, locate the attachment from previous post, then reboot when done.

That's it. You don't need to flash/install anything else.

Thank you. I used the second method you mentioned. Everything went by seamlessly.
 

Niquillo

Member
May 16, 2018
26
2
You have two options:

1) Boot into TWRP and flash the attachment from my previous post (works only if you already have Magisk installed and working!), then reboot when done.

2) Open Magisk Manager, go to Modules, click the + button, locate the attachment from previous post, then reboot when done.

That's it. You don't need to flash/install anything else.

Used the 2nd method, but there's a problem: after 2 minutes in stand by from the restart of the phone, it restarted by itself...
What's the problem? Need a dalvik/cache wipe after the installation with Magisk? Is it incompatible with Xposed framework (installed on my phone)? Or maybe the compilation base (I'm on fw .118) is different and cause bootloop...
Thanks in advance.

Edit: I used the first method, I had an installation without restart, but it doesn't work!
 
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    Main advantages
    - Best performance at all temperatures (50 ~ 70% faster than stock)
    - Less heat (especially during moderate / intense use -5 ~ 10 ° C)
    - Maintains very good performance for long periods of time
    - Faster cooling
    - Overheating has been deactivated
    - Do not heat device while in sleep mode
    - System improvements and Soc qualcomm
    - Optimized CPU and gpu for Soc qualcomm control
    - No overheating when used and device charged
    - System and kernel functions were fixed
    - Add support init.d stock

    Requirements
    - Xperia X F5121 & F5122
    - Compilation 34.4.A.2.70
    - Firmware 8.0
    - Install busybox
    - Twrp
    - Magisk 16
    - it is unknown if it works for SuperSU

    Installation

    Attention: it is not authorized under any circumstance to lodge the files of this mod in another cloud of storage, you can add this thread to your post

    - Turn off your device
    - Enter twrp
    - Install - Xperia_X_Thermal_Oreo_Compilation_70.zip
    - Before restarting, perform the following steps
    - Twrp
    - Wipe
    - Slide to factory reset
    - Advanced cleaning
    - Option:
    - Dalvik / ART Cache
    - Cahe
    - Data
    - Slide to clean
    - Reailize the installation of - initd_magisk.zip
    - ready restart and configure your device
    - Once the configuration is finished, turn off your device
    - and restart the first few times when your device starts, leave it for 2 to 3 minutes and unlock it and go

    :cowboy: Now to enjoy your device without worrying that hot :laugh:


    credits: @korom42 or its magisk module although it is adapted for the Xperia X
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    I was having some weird issues with the mod where the init.d scripts wouldn't run neither with the module suggested in OP nor through Kernel Adiutor and was also tired of having to reflash the mod every time a new security update was released, so I went in and made a pure Magisk version of the mod (attached on this post).

    This Magisk version is exactly the same as the OP, the only difference is that it's now a Magisk Module (so it applies systemlessly) and that you don't need busybox nor any kind of init.d support for it to work (the init.d scripts from the mod are executed directly through Magisk late_start hook instead). Download the ZIP, install through Magisk Manager, reboot and done.
    2
    How would the installation process differ from OPs instructions with this Magisk module?

    You have two options:

    1) Boot into TWRP and flash the attachment from my previous post (works only if you already have Magisk installed and working!), then reboot when done.

    2) Open Magisk Manager, go to Modules, click the + button, locate the attachment from previous post, then reboot when done.

    That's it. You don't need to flash/install anything else.