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CYB3R0ID694

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There is stuff happening on Telegram and Github, this isn't dead

This delay in update is not new...
they call beta, but possibly nobody got it...

After talking about AOSPA in many telegram group, They call it dead rom..

Try by yourself..

What's point of keeping this thread alive when there is no update from February??

---------- Post added at 06:35 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:22 PM ----------

News from Telegram : The next build posted by the PA Team will very probably be a OnePlus6/6T Q build :)

well, not flooding.. But there are 3 different builds for 2 different devices from date you mentioned..

https://twitter.com/paranoidaospa/status/1199165894196379649

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This delay in update is not new...
they call beta, but possibly nobody got it...

After talking about AOSPA in many telegram group, They call it dead rom..

Try by yourself..

What's point of keeping this thread alive when there is no update from February??



The point is whatever people say about this, it is indeed active. No point trying to ask people that aren't in the dev team, what you should try is ask the people involved instead, only them can tell you if it's dead or not.

well, not flooding.. But there are 3 different builds for 2 different devices from date you mentioned..

https://twitter.com/paranoidaospa/status/1199165894196379649

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So ? What do you want me to answer ?
I just quoted what was said in the chat by people that are working on the ROM, i'm not involved in any way so i don't know more than you. They had trouble finding maintainers for a long time, they explained why. Now people are working on it.
What we can see is there are some stuff being commited on Github, which means developpement is active, i don't think there is nothing to add, it will come out when it's ready.
Knowing PA-Team's work, it won't be released until it's perfect, which takes time haha :D

Just look at the Commit dates, those are not old at all, 10 commits specific to our device last week :
https://github.com/AOSPA/android_device_oneplus_oneplus6/commits/quartz
 
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It's not dead. AFAIK they're waiting for stable Android 10 release form OP so that they can use those blobs. We just gotta be patient. Hopefully we get a solid release by New Year.
 

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We have been running stable builds for the OnePlus 6 and 6T for like 2 months already, but OnePlus hasn´t released yet a proper OxygenOS 10 build with fastboot boot working, so it makes the flashing procedure extremely odd and weird, as booting a proper TWRP isn´t that easy without it.

We can´t recall on everyone following the huge amount of steps properly and it will create a lot of confusion between non-expert users. I have personally talked to OnePlus developers and I was told that the next build will have this issue fixed, so once it´s out we will release our version for both devices.

Hope everyone understands what I am trying to say, and if you want some speed on this, just get in touch with OnePlus community guys over the OnePlus forum and report them about the bootloader thing.
 

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We have been running stable builds for the OnePlus 6 and 6T for like 2 months already, but OnePlus hasn´t released yet a proper OxygenOS 10 build with fastboot boot working, so it makes the flashing procedure extremely odd and weird, as booting a proper TWRP isn´t that easy without it.

We can´t recall on everyone following the huge amount of steps properly and it will create a lot of confusion between non-expert users. I have personally talked to OnePlus developers and I was told that the next build will have this issue fixed, so once it´s out we will release our version for both devices.

Hope everyone understands what I am trying to say, and if you want some speed on this, just get in touch with OnePlus community guys over the OnePlus forum and report them about the bootloader thing.
OOS 10.0.1 for OP 6/6T has just been released so let's just be a little bit more patient until everyone received and and it's really official. Until now it's a staged rollout and the first users will be "beta-testers" :)
 

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We have been running stable builds for the OnePlus 6 and 6T for like 2 months already, but OnePlus hasn´t released yet a proper OxygenOS 10 build with fastboot boot working, so it makes the flashing procedure extremely odd and weird, as booting a proper TWRP isn´t that easy without it.

We can´t recall on everyone following the huge amount of steps properly and it will create a lot of confusion between non-expert users. I have personally talked to OnePlus developers and I was told that the next build will have this issue fixed, so once it´s out we will release our version for both devices.

Hope everyone understands what I am trying to say, and if you want some speed on this, just get in touch with OnePlus community guys over the OnePlus forum and report them about the bootloader thing.

This is a good touch from devs. Thanks for notifying us. If you give out infos like this, then nobody will say **** about the PA team. I understand that there must be some reasons behind you guys not releasing thing or not notifying things, but saying things here doesn't cost much(not everyone goes to telegram channels), and it will reduce the amount of people who are asking ETAs.
Again, thanks for telling us the reason. I like PA back from N4 days, and I can wait patiently for a super stable build from you guys. Keep up the good work! Hope to see OP releasing a fixed OOS build soon.
 
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We have been running stable builds for the OnePlus 6 and 6T for like 2 months already, but OnePlus hasn´t released yet a proper OxygenOS 10 build with fastboot boot working, so it makes the flashing procedure extremely odd and weird, as booting a proper TWRP isn´t that easy without it.

We can´t recall on everyone following the huge amount of steps properly and it will create a lot of confusion between non-expert users. I have personally talked to OnePlus developers and I was told that the next build will have this issue fixed, so once it´s out we will release our version for both devices.

Hope everyone understands what I am trying to say, and if you want some speed on this, just get in touch with OnePlus community guys over the OnePlus forum and report them about the bootloader thing.

I have never tested paranoid on any of my old devices but now this time I'm very keen to put it on top of my op6. Waiting for a good built

Sent from my OnePlus6 using XDA Labs
 

CYB3R0ID694

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There betas and alphas are "stable" there are not many features in it which is fine for most pa users anyway

don't want to argue, but can you be specific how many Beta/Alpha builds are out or how many users actually use this ROM except few Dev's itself??

OP fixed Fastboot as asked & still waiting for any build..

maybe after Android 11 release or after Thread Anniversary?? :eek:
 

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don't want to argue, but can you be specific how many Beta/Alpha builds are out or how many users actually use this ROM except few Dev's itself??

OP fixed Fastboot as asked & still waiting for any build..

maybe after Android 11 release or after Thread Anniversary?? :eek:
Was using pie beta along time and i would say it isnt dead if you look a bit in to it you can see things going on for op6.
 

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    We have been running stable builds for the OnePlus 6 and 6T for like 2 months already, but OnePlus hasn´t released yet a proper OxygenOS 10 build with fastboot boot working, so it makes the flashing procedure extremely odd and weird, as booting a proper TWRP isn´t that easy without it.

    We can´t recall on everyone following the huge amount of steps properly and it will create a lot of confusion between non-expert users. I have personally talked to OnePlus developers and I was told that the next build will have this issue fixed, so once it´s out we will release our version for both devices.

    Hope everyone understands what I am trying to say, and if you want some speed on this, just get in touch with OnePlus community guys over the OnePlus forum and report them about the bootloader thing.
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    Such a good rom but now a days for OP6 not sure any maintainers available and also before we get stable pie we might get stable q in other roms.

    We already have stable Pie for it, as well as we got the OnePlus 6 almost functional under Q.

    The reason for no updates will be told in the next days. Sorry for such delay.
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    PA Quartz is coming soon for OnePlus 6

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    Please update the flashing instructions in the OP. It seems to be missing a lot unless things are drastically different. That simple process would normally work in the past, but no longer does in my experience.
    On this device, multiple reboots to recovery and multiple flashes of TWRP are required.
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    factory reset (or format data in some circumstances), flash TWRP, reboot to twrp
    Flash OOS, flash TWRP, reboot to twrp
    Flash rom, flash TWRP, reboot to TWRP
    Flash gapps and Magisk if needed
    Boot to system.
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