Nexus 5X bootloop of death fix (BLOD) | 7/30 Huge performance update!

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stojshic

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@Crash2k - did you try factory reset? I had the same problem just today on one phone. Flashed oreo, than 4cores, and it was stuck on boot animation. Went to stock recovery, wiped data, and rebooted. After that, it booted normally

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@Crash2k - did you try factory reset? I had the same problem just today on one phone. Flashed oreo, than 4cores, and it was stuck on boot animation. Went to stock recovery, wiped data, and rebooted. After that, it booted normally

thank you, that seems to have done the trick! let's hope the cloud backup feature in oreo works better than previous versions but so far it seems to be looking good!
 

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Worked for me

This fix worked for me with Oreo, with a lot of work. The extra work was probably because I had previously tried fixing my phone by flashing a new factory image and doing some other stuff in nexus root toolkit, which I think messed it up more, and I didn't fully understand what I was doing. So far I have had no random restarts and no noticeable performance loss (although I don't play games or do anything resource-intensive like that). Web browsing and videos have been fine.

Steps to my fix (keep reading after this):
• used fastboot to flash the 4-core TWRP image OP linked to
• completely wiped each partition in TWRP recovery, and formatted the data partition, which was encrypted
• used fastboot to flash a factory Oreo 8.0.0 image
At this point I'm not sure that the factory image flash script worked, because I rebooted and got stuck on the colorful 4-dot animation, so I
• used fastboot to flash each partition of the factory Oreo image manually (eg system, vendor, boot)
• used adb to push the EX 5 kernel for Oreo to my device (linked by OP)
• in TWRP installed the EX 5 kernel
I got stuck again at this point, so I
• used fastboot to flash the 4-core Oreo boot.img that OP linked to

Finally after all that it rebooted into the welcome screen after 5 minutes or so. Huzzah!

My guess is that some of my steps are repetitive/don't work, and that the following are the the steps actually required to flash a factory Oreo image and fix the bootloop:
• use fastboot to flash the 4-core TWRP image OP linked to
• in TWRP recovery completely wipe each partition, and format the data partition
• use fastboot to flash each partition of the factory Oreo image manually (eg system, vendor, *not* boot)
• use adb (phone must be in recovery mode) to push the EX 5 kernel for Oreo to the device (linked by OP)
• in TWRP install the EX 5 kernel
• use fastboot to flash the 4-core Oreo boot.img that OP linked to
• reboot, hopefully it will boot in around 5 minutes. Probably give it 20 max as OP has suggested
 
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What is necessary is: flash oreo, flash boot.img, factory reset probably, and that's it. You can, but it isn't necessary, flash twrp after that, and than from twrp flash EX kernel. So, important thing is, flash EX kernel after flashing boot.img (that's even stated in OP)...

First you got in bootloop because you flashed 4cores twrp, and after that oreo factory image, but didn't flash 4 cores boot.img, so phone booted at 6 cores. After that you installed all partitions manually (not necessary), and flashed EX kernel, but didn't flash 4coresoreo.img, that's why it was still stuck on boot. After that, you flashed 4coresoreo, and it booted... So now your phone bootes at 4 cores, using stock modified boot.img. If you want EX kernel, now boot to TWRP and flash it, important thing is, after flashing boot.img, not before...

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the fix seems to work, but i still want to send for warranty service

I think my phone qualifies for free repair service from LG. LG replied to my email inquiry with a statement that "For power related issues, warranty service for LG H790 phone has been extended for up to 21 months from the purchase date of the phone or 24 months from the manufacture date of the phone and will be fixed for free."

I learned this AFTER I executed:
fastboot flash boot 5x48C.img
fastboot flash recovery TWRP3_1_1_5X.img
(which did seem to bring my bootlooping 5X back to life)

Do you think I should try to undo these changes before I send the phone for warranty service? How would I undo these things?

Thanks in advance for any help!
 

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@hey_yo
You should return it to stock before returning it, for sure. Download full factory image from Google site (anything but Oreo, that's my suggestion), put phone in fastboot and run Flash-All. After that, boot to fastboot again and lock bootloader (fastboot oem lock)...

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Thanks to the developer the bootloop issue was fixed after flashing the 4cores.zip on Oreo
Can I download security patches from google now? WHEN they roll out the septemeber Patch can I download and install it or No?
Btw I'm not on EX kernel Im on stock and everything works fine for me right now.
Will I face this issue if I download and update security pathches?
 

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Hi OP, first of all thanks for the efforts. I was able to boot with the fix.
But I also overclocked the 4 cores and now I am back to BLOD.
Does it mean my little cores are also damaged?
I tried the 1 core boot img but that didnt help either.

I am on Android 7.
Any thoughts or suggestions?
 
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Thanks to the developer the bootloop issue was fixed after flashing the 4cores.zip on Oreo
Can I download security patches from google now? WHEN they roll out the septemeber Patch can I download and install it or No?
Btw I'm not on EX kernel Im on stock and everything works fine for me right now.
Will I face this issue if I download and update security pathches?
If you currently need the 4 core boot fix, you need to flash a 4 core boot image after updating via factory or OTA image. Otherwise, you will bootloop.

Hi OP, first of all thanks for the efforts. I was able to boot with the fix.
But I also overclocked the 4 cores and now I am back to BLOD.
Does it mean my little cores are also damaged?
I tried the 1 core boot img but that didnt help either.

Any thoughts or suggestions?

First, remove your OC settings by flashing the stock boot image that you saved for backup. If you did not make a backup, download the factory image that matches your OS and pull the boot.img from that zip for install. Then flash the modified 4 core boot image and see if the device will boot up.

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not rebooting

If you currently need the 4 core boot fix, you need to flash a 4 core boot image after updating via factory or OTA image. Otherwise, you will bootloop.



First, remove your OC settings by flashing the stock boot image that you saved for backup. If you did not make a backup, download the factory image that matches your OS and pull the boot.img from that zip for install. Then flash the modified 4 core boot image and see if the device will boot up.

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thanks for responding. I flashed boot.img from factory image and then flashed 4core.img.
But still on reboot its getting stuck at Google logo.

any ideas of next steps?
 
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If you currently need the 4 core boot fix, you need to flash a 4 core boot image after updating via factory or OTA image. Otherwise, you will bootloop.



First, remove your OC settings by flashing the stock boot image that you saved for backup. If you did not make a backup, download the factory image that matches your OS and pull the boot.img from that zip for install. Then flash the modified 4 core boot image and see if the device will boot up.

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thanks for responding. I flashed boot.img from factory image and then flashed 4core.img.
But still on reboot its getting stuck at Google logo.

any ideas of next steps?

after going through the comments on this post. I kept my phone in the freezer for a while. It booted successfully but went to bootloop again. I did the same again and also installed CPU-Z to verify that only 4 cores are running with a max speed of 1440(stock). Unfortunately it went dead this time. Not even booting. Will freeze and try again :(
 

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Hi, first of all a lot of thanks for this, helped me use phone for last 2 months.
Yesterday my phone just froze and won't boot up. Now it shows as qhsusb_bulk in my pc. I'm able to get into download mode after draining the battery.
If I flash a TOT file now , is there a way to get this fix applied? I understand that TOT , bootloader will be locked so I can't just to do normal steps.

any suggestion will be helpful.
 

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Applied fix, it sort of worked

Hello everyone,

I bought my Nexus 5X 5 months ago hoping it would last year but here I am stuck in boot loop. My regrets aside, two days ago my phone crashed randomly while receiving a phone call. When it went to restart it was stuck in a boot loop. I knew about this issue plaguing this phone so I went searching and thankfully the XDA forums exist and I was able to follow the steps presented in this article. For the first time that day I was able to get my phone out the loop and it went into the startup wizard. I get the point in the startup wizard where I am able to download my backup of my phone and I thought I was in the clear. Then I noticed my phone was acting sluggish and eventually crashed into the boot loop again. I've kind of set it aside for the last two days and I have been able to get it to boot into the OS first try if I don't use the phone for a while but about 5 minutes of it being on, it will just throw its self back into the loop. Is there anyone else who has gotten to this point and found a solution or is this a case of some bad hardware. I think the worst thing for me is I bought this phone brand new from someone in my local area who was selling me his brand new replacement phone from Google for the exact same issue. I worry that Google and LG will not help me out because I am not the card holder who purchased the phone but I do have the receipt for the phone which my seller was nice enough to give to me.

If anyone could help point me in the right direction on what to do now I'd be forever grateful as I really hate to be phoneless for the next few months while my finances play catch up lol.

Thank you for your time. Cheers!
 
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I had the same problem. Even with the 1 or 4 core solution it booted once and then went into boot loop again., I spoke to Google from whom I bought it originally. They said that it is out of warranty but I should contact LG in India for repairs. I went to the LG repair service and they replaced the motherboard without any objection. They just wanted proof of the invoice and date of purchase.

---------- Post added at 08:59 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:56 AM ----------

I spoke, emailed/chatted with Google support. They sent me to LG in India in my city and LG replaced the motherboard free without any hesitation. Suggest you get your's replaced. They only wanted to have the invoice/bill and date of purchase. Not sure if you should say it is bought by someone else and is second hand!

Hello everyone,

I bought my Nexus 5X 5 months ago hoping it would last year but here I am stuck in boot loop. My regrets aside, two days ago my phone crashed randomly while receiving a phone call. When it went to restart it was stuck in a boot loop. I knew about this issue plaguing this phone so I went searching and thankfully the XDA forums exist and I was able to follow the steps presented in this article. For the first time that day I was able to get my phone out the loop and it went into the startup wizard. I get the point in the startup wizard where I am able to download my backup of my phone and I thought I was in the clear. Then I noticed my phone was acting sluggish and eventually crashed into the boot loop again. I've kind of set it aside for the last two days and I have been able to get it to boot into the OS first try if I don't use the phone for a while but about 5 minutes of it being on, it will just throw its self back into the loop. Is there anyone else who has gotten to this point and found a solution or is this a case of some bad hardware. I think the worst thing for me is I bought this phone brand new from someone in my local area who was selling me his brand new replacement phone from Google for the exact same issue. I worry that Google and LG will not help me out because I am not the card holder who purchased the phone but I do have the receipt for the phone which my seller was nice enough to give to me.

If anyone could help point me in the right direction on what to do now I'd be forever grateful as I really hate to be phoneless for the next few months while my finances play catch up lol.

Thank you for your time. Cheers!
 

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12th, September OTA | Android Oreo

Hi,

Today I got an OTA update (Oreo) from google. I've copied the OTA image (update.zip) to the PC and Is there any way that we can update it with the update.zip since the stock recovery doesn't work?

Update:
I've manged to build the stock recovery and boot.img for 4-cores and sideloaded the update.zip with adb.
System is updated successfully. :)

If anyone needs the stock recovery (4-cores) and boot.img, refer the below links (or wait till XCnathan32 to upload)

Thanks @XCnathan32 for the source (github) :good:

Thanks,
Kasun
 
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Hi,

Today I got an OTA update (Oreo) from google. I've copied the OTA image (update.zip) to the PC and Is there any way that we can update it with the update.zip since the stock recovery doesn't work?

Update:
I've manged to build the stock recovery and boot.img for 4-cores and sideloaded the update.zip with adb.
System is updated successfully. :)

If anyone needs the stock recovery (4-cores) and boot.img, refer the below links (or wait till XCnathan32 to upload)
Thanks XCnathan32 for the source (github) :good:

Thanks,
Kasun
Would the 4 core mod EX 4 core kernel be the same?
 

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Hi,

Today I got an OTA update (Oreo) from google. I've copied the OTA image (update.zip) to the PC and Is there any way that we can update it with the update.zip since the stock recovery doesn't work?

Update:
I've manged to build the stock recovery and boot.img for 4-cores and sideloaded the update.zip with adb.
System is updated successfully. :)

If anyone needs the stock recovery (4-cores) and boot.img, refer the below links (or wait till XCnathan32 to upload)
Stock Recovery (4-Cores)
boot.img (4-cores)


Thanks XCnathan32 for the source (github) :good:

Thanks,
Kasun
May you upload the unmodified boot IMG of September Oreo Patch?
 

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    Read First: This method is relatively drastic, and will hurt device performance some. You should only use this as a last resort, if the more basic methods of fixing a soft brick didn't work (e.g, factory reset, flash stock firmware, etc.)​

    *Update 7/30: On my 6P, I found that the original kernel with this mod was using pretty much 1.5 cores, instead of all 4. People with the 5X were also reporting this, so I modified the images to utilize all 4 cores better. It helps performance a lot (able to beat stock 6P in some Antutu marks now, and play intensive games), try it out if you haven't yet!

    *Petition:
    I made a petition for Google to officially release and sign modified boot.imgs, so that people with locked bootloaders can fix their devices too. Check it out here. (I apologize for dumbing it down so much, I wanted to make sure everyone could understand it)

    *Changelog:

    • 8/26 - EX kernel for Android O uploaded.
    • 8/22 - Android O working, boot.img and source uploaded.
    • 8/08, 2nd Change - Added boot.img for 48C firmware (August security patch).
    • 8/08 - Updated EX kernel to version 4.1.2. This updated zip adds the CPU utilization patch to the init.elemntalx.rc, instead of removing the old init.angler.rc and copying the new init over. That should mean more compatibility with Roms/kernels that modify the init.angler.rc. I also modified the camera-daemon to use cpus 0-3 instead of 0-2, so hopefully this should make the a camera bit faster too.
    • 8/07 - Added boot.img for 1 core, just to see if it would work for devices that didn't work with the 4 core image.
    • 7/30, 2nd Change - Added universal EX zip, this zip should modify your kernel to use only 4 cores, and it should modify it to utilize all 4 cores. You can flash this over most ROMs and it should work. Also added a donation url, and this changelog.
    • 7/30 - Updated this fix to greatly improve performance. Before this fix, the device was only using 1 core for foreground tasks, now it will use all 4 cores. Also revamped OP, and added Marshmallow images.
    • 7/23- Created this fix, stock boot.img, twrp, and EX kernel added.


    *What this fix does, and how to apply it:

    The problem:
    The problem with most of the devices in a BLOD, is that a hardware failure related to the BIG cluster has occurred. This fix remedies the problem by disabling the BIG cores. Unfortunately, this does mean that you will take a performance hit. However, I am continually working on ways to improve the device's performance.

    The update: If anyone remembers device performance with the first fix, it was hurt a lot, however, after finding out that the device was only using 1 core for all foreground tasks, I modified the ramdisk to utilize all 4 cores more effectively, and it helps a lot.

    Requirements: For this fix to work, you need:
    • A brain
    • A computer
    • A bootlooping 5X with an unlocked bootloader/OEM unlocking enabled
    • The modified files of your choice.
    • Fastboot on your computer (preferably installed system wide). If you do not know what this is, or do not have it, look at this post. Answer yes to all of the prompts to install it.

    How to apply the fix:
    1. Boot your phone into bootloader (hold power and volume down).
    2. Connect your phone to the computer.
    3. Go to the folder where you have the modified files, then hold shift and right click in a blank space, click on "open command prompt here" in the menu that pops up.
    4. In the command prompt: type "fastboot flash boot [name of the file here]" and then press enter. If you're flashing TWRP, replace boot with recovery. (Linux users, make sure you're running as root)
      Edit: with the new universal EX zip, you don't have to flash the modified boot.img now, you can just flash TWRP, and then flash the EX zip, and everything should work.
    5. Boot up your phone, and hopefully it should work!


    *If your phone is bootloader locked/OEM locked:

    You can try to get your phone to boot long enough to enable OEM unlocking. Some users have reported success by freezing their phone for a bit, then booting it. Others have let their battery drain all the way, and then tried to boot their phone, but the most successful method seems to be heating up your phone (a lot).
    If you do attempt any of these methods, make sure you have time and patience, as it will take a long time.

    To enable OEM unlocking and unlock bootloader:
    1. Go to settings.
    2. Go to developer options, if you do not see that, go to "about phone", scroll to build number, and then tap it 7 times. You should now see developer options in settings.
    3. Once you're in developer options, click on "OEM unlocking" and accept the prompt.
    4. Now reboot your phone to bootloader, connect your phone to the computer, and type "fastboot flashing unlock" Your bootloader should now be unlocked.

    *Downloads:

    • Boot.img from Android O DP6: Download | Mirror. This Image is the from the first official release of Android O, and is modified to use 4 cores. As a bonus, it also disables forced encryption. Thank you to @xls654 for figuring out how to get Android O to work.
    • Boot.img from stock 48C, 7.1.2 firmware (August security patch): Download | Mirror. This Image is modified to use only 4 cores, and is modified to utilize the 4 cores more effectively. I have had multiple people on the 6p say that first boot takes a while after flashing this, so just wait about 20 minutes before you declare something is wrong with it.
    • Boot.img from stock 47Z, 7.1.2 firmware: Download | Mirror. This Image is modified to use only 4 cores, and is modified to utilize the 4 cores more effectively. I have had multiple people on the 6p say that first boot takes a while after flashing this, so just wait about 20 minutes before you declare something is wrong with it.
    • TWRP version 3.1.1: Download | Mirror. This TWRP image is modified to use only 4 cores.
    • EX kernel version 5.03, for Android O: Download | Mirror. EX kernel for Android Oreo, modified to use 4 cores. You must flash it over the 4 core boot.img for it to work.
    • EX kernel version 4.12, universal zip: Download | Mirror. This zip is modified to use only 4 cores, and it will also apply the speed fix. Flash this in TWRP. I highly recommend you flash this, as it improves device performance notably, and disables forced encryption. This kernel should work with almost any other ROM, and it applies the core utilization mod from the first image, thanks to AnyKernel.
    • Boot.img modified to use only 1 Core. Some people were reporting that the 4 core images weren't working for them, someone suggested that I make a 1 core version to see if that helps at all. Here it is: Download | Mirror

    For Marshmallow:
    • Boot.img from the latest 6.0.1 20K firmware: Download | Mirror. This boot.img is modified to use only 4 cores, and is modified to utilize those 4 cores more effectively. Untested as of now.
    • Ex kernel version 1.2.0 for Marshmallow: Download | Mirror. This is the latest EX kernel for marshmallow, it will keep the core utilization mod from the above image, and should work on almost any other ROM, thanks to any kernel. Untested as of now.


    *Source Code:

    • Source for 4 core Android O DP6: Source.


    *Tested custom ROMS/kernels

    you should be able to use almost any ROM with a stock based kernel, just flash the EX zip over it.

    If you have a custom ROM/kernel that worked for you, let me know and I'll put it up here.


    *To improve performance slightly:

    • Flash a custom kernel. I will upload more kernels as people request more, so stay tuned.
    • Flash a custom ROM. Once again, I will upload more as people request more, so stay tuned.
    • Overclock the little cores. It can slightly help offset the lost performance, on my 6P, I have mine overclocked to 1632MHz, and it works perfectly for me. Edit: I actually recommend not overclocking. Many people have reported their Little cores failing, so I would go for longevity on this device, and keep it at stock clocks, or even underclock it. The speed difference you get from overclocking is negligible anyways.
    • Disable animations in developer options. Seriously, as soon as I found out about this tweak, I've used it on ever single device I've owned, it helps a ton.


    *Credits:

    @rchtk, His post here gave me the idea for how to modify the images.
    @flar2, He built the Elemental X kernel for this device, I merely made a small modification to his kernel to use 4 cores. In no way am I trying to steal and/or discredit his work.
    The TWRP development team, they built the TWRP recovery for this device, I merely made a small modification to their recovery to use 4 cores. In no way am I trying to steal and/or discredit their work.
    @xls654, He found out how to get Android O working with 4 cores.


    *FAQs:

    • What's the password for TWRP/Why is TWRP asking for a password? - In android 7.0, Google added forced encryption to the data partition. To get around this, click cancel when TWRP asks you for a password, and then factory reset the device. Then you can flash EX kernel/Magisk to disable forced encryption.
    • Why am I getting an error when I try to flash the images? - Your bootloader is probably not unlocked, try running the command "fastboot flashing unlock", If you get an error there too, then you will have to enable OEM unlocking before you can continue.
    • It's not working for me, how do I fix it? - My only advice for that is: "Flash the stock firmware for whatever version image you're trying to flash, then reflash the images again" If you're stuck on the boot animation, wait at least 20 minutes before you declare it's not working. If none of that works, chances are you have a different problem.
    • Does EX kernel have the new speed fix? - Yep, the EX kernel zip should apply the 4 core fix, and the speed fix. It should also work with almost any ROM, including stock.


    I would like to help as many people as I can, however, I am much more likely to be able to easily help you/reply to your post if you clearly state your problem and the steps you attempted to fix it. I will be much less likely to reply to posts such as "omggg i flashed the image and my phone won't boot helppp" Please read through post first, I did not spend time typing up this OP for no one to read it. If I can see that you read through the OP and have attempted all the steps, then I will be much more willing to help you.

    I set up donations on my profile, for those of you who want to donate. I have spent countless hours modifying, flashing, testing, and helping, don't get me wrong, I love doing this and helping y'all out, but donations really keep me motivated to keep going, and donations also will help me fund new equipment and devices that will help further my android development. Every single donation is appreciated :) Donate to me here!

    If this guide helped you, please click thanks, it means a lot to me :)
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    Guys.. bad news.. my Nexus 5X just got hit with the BLOD. :crying:

    Good news for everyone is I spent a bit of time tonight to first patch TWRP 3.2.1-0-FBE (File-Based Encryption support) image to be 4core, then made an AnyKernel2 zip which will patch the existing boot and recovery partitions on-device to add all the 4core fixes from @XCnathan32.

    Should work over any ROM, any custom kernel, recovery, etc., can be added in queue after ROM, root zip + custom kernel to patch it from TWRP or FlashFire (so good for OTAs), and simplifies the initial process greatly since you can now fastboot boot any 4core recovery.img and then adb sideload my AK2 zip to fix the likely newer recovery you already had on your device. :good:


    Edit: See my new thread for updated files + step-by-step instructions: https://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-5x/general/tool-bootloop-death-blod-workaround-t3819497
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    Update: I added a universal EX zip, this zip should make your device only use 4 cores, and utilize all 4 cores, so there's no need for flashing a separate boot.img before you flash EX. Also, with this zip, you should be able to flash EX over almost any ROM, and it should work.

    I also added a donation URL to my profile, donations keep me motivated to keep going, and they will be used to help me fund equipment and devices to further advance my android development. Every single donation is appreciated :)
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    i tryed all your .img file but noone works with it the 8.0 android oreo version, we are waiting the big update for boot.img cores :) nice work bro :good:

    p.s. im in bootloop

    I'm working on 8.0 right now. Unfortunately it is a challenge due to the changes in android O, but I will try to get it working as fast as I can.
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    Update: Welp, for me, school is starting in a couple weeks :( Which means I have to do all my summer assignments (that I had the whole summer to do), in two weeks. Cross Country race season is also starting for me, so I will be less active as a result of those two things. I will try my best to keep maintaining this and helping you guys though.

    Also, I am working on an application to make this process easy for beginners. I wanted to learn C#, so I figured this was a good way to help me learn it. Expect that to come later this week/next week (depending on how lazy I am).

    P.S: HUGE thank you to everyone who donated!! The support of this community is mind-blowing, and it means a lot to me that people appreciate my work enough to donate. Once again, thank you so much :)
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