Paranoid Android 7.1.2 - AOSPA - Moto G5 Plus - Potter

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DJFrostbyte

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ROM is working very smooth and stable, OMS works without issues, Im using Magisk instead of Super Su (Just to get rid of that annoying "Device is HD capable" notification :p) and so far no issues with it either.
Battery life is more on the moderate side but I'll take the better performance and stability over it anyday.
All I'd like to see now are some good-ol Status bar customizations and make this my go-to ROM over AOSP Extended and LineageOS. :)
Thanks a ton to the devs for bringing AOSPA to our Moto G5 Plus :D
 
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ROM is working very smooth and stable, OMS works without issues, Im using Magisk instead of Super Su (Just to get rid of that annoying "Device is HD capable" notification :p) and so far no issues with it either.
Battery life is more on the moderate side but I'll take the better performance and stability over it anyday.
All I'd like to see now are some good-ol Status bar customizations and make this my go-to ROM over AOSP Extended and LineageOS. :)
Thanks a ton to the devs for bringing AOSPA to our Moto G5 Plus :D

Agreed. Status bar customization would make this ROM perfect.
 

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Can you add Moto stock camera in it

There's a flashable moto camera here. I took less than a minute to find, why didn't you search?

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Agreed. Status bar customization would make this ROM perfect.

Install another ROM, AOSPA is very close to AOSP, they will never add a ton of customization.
 
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Thank you for your response. I tried it myself.
I could pass the safety net. But I still couldn't play,error being 'Pokemon go isn't compatible with this version of your ROM/device. ' I went back to my stock ROM as of now. I even tried the debloated version of the stock ROM. It gave me the same error.
 

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Thank you for your response. I tried it myself.
I could pass the safety net. But I still couldn't play,error being 'Pokemon go isn't compatible with this version of your ROM/device. ' I went back to my stock ROM as of now. I even tried the debloated version of the stock ROM. It gave me the same error.
Just tested Pokemon Go again and works just fine for me. Which is weird.
 
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joeeboogz

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Looks like someone here at XDA has addressed this:
Xettings: Clock and other statusbar/QS tweaks for AOSPA

It was made for OP-3T but this article says it should work on other devices. Haven't tried it myself.
I tried and it's working thanks clock is now centered
 

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Someone got V4A working on this rom?

Yes, I got it working using the viper4android_magisk_13-13.4.zip under Main Release/Downloads on this page. It's a newer Magisk module than the one listed in Magisk Manager, you just flash it in TWRP (after installing Magisk 13.0-13.4, of course, I'm using 13.3).

The V4A UI isn't as polished-looking (everything is there though) BUT the good news is you don't need to rename any files (it modifies them during installation now), no drivers to install, don't need busybox, SELinux can remain on enforcing, etc - no messing around, you simply flash it and it works.
 
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I can't get the finger print home button to work. As in, the physical home button. The finger print scanner works. But I can't get it to work as a home button. Am I doing something wrong?
 

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    Instructions & requirements

    - Install TWRP
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    XDA:DevDB Information
    Paranoid Android 7.1.2 - AOSPA - Moto G5 Plus - Potter, ROM for the Moto G5 Plus

    Contributors
    gregor160300, vache, fAIyaZ, vishal_android freak,
    luca020400, LuK1337, Thecrazyskull, nitin.chobhe, frantisheq
    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2017-08-19
    Last Updated 2017-08-20

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Paranoid Android 7.1.2 - AOSPA - Moto G5 Plus - Potter, ROM for the Moto G5 Plus

    Contributors
    gregor160300, gregor160300, vache, fAIyaZ, vishal_android freak, luca020400, luk1337, Thecrazyskull, nitin.chobhe
    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.x

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2017-08-19
    Last Updated 2017-08-19
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    FAQ:

    Q: How do I use the fingerprint scanner for navigation?
    A: Disable the onscreen navbar in the buttons section of settings

    Q: How to enable PIE mode?
    A: Enable immersive mode and it will ask you for PIE

    Q: When will there be new updates?
    A: Updates will happen at least once a week, or when a bug fix or PA rom update is available (usually one to two days in between new release from PA and me building it)
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    Changelogs:


    25th of August 2017
    - Update to latest sources
    - Enable selinux enforcing

    20th of August 2017
    - Updated to PA 7.2.3
    - Fixed panorama mode (credits to @vache)
    - Fixed video recording (credits to @vache)

    19th of August 2017
    - Initial build with ALL PA FEATURES ENABLED
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    Parnanoid android 7.3.0 is released and it's their last update for Nougat they said. Can't wait to see it for our phone! If the dev is still interested in making it.
    Yes I will do this update, but the sources aren't available yet, so I will have to wait
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    New build up, now with selinux enforcing
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