Paranoid Android Pie Beta - Xiaomi MI 9

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We’re really excited to announce the release of Paranoid Android Pie betas.

On the first launch, you’ll notice a clean setup with a beautiful wallpaper from Hampus Olsson, who teamed up with us again to create several beautiful pieces of artwork. For those who are unfamiliar, Hampus is a multi-disciplinary artist whose design stands for itself and we’re glad to have him onboard. We also added further UI touches that we believe enhances the overall user experience.

The beta builds include adjustments and improvements on top of the stock Android CAF base. The Paranoid Android team and contributors are focusing on squashing existing bugs, and implementing and improving features.

Device-specific issues
You tell me ;)

Note: Custom kernels are NOT supported!

Download
Get the latest Xiaomi MI 9 builds HERE.

Changelogs
Keep an eye on our Twitter account, @paranoidaospa , as we will be posting about new features getting included in the beta builds.

Paranoid Android Pie beta released

Instructions & requirements
  • This device runs under MIUI Pie vendor, make sure you are coming from MIUI Pie or flash it from TWRP just before flashing AOSPA package.
    Boot to TWRP
    **Flash MIUI Pie (Miui Beta is recomended)
    **Format Data
    Install AOSPA zip package
    Install [optional] a Google Apps package of your choice is advisable, but stock and super variants are not recommended!!!


    ** Only required for the first flashing.


Important / Useful links
OpenGapps
Paranoid Android Twitter
Paranoid Android Channel (Telegram)
Paranoid Android Community (Telegram)

Help us improve PA by submitting good bug reports possibly with a log attached. Learn how to take logs here.

Our device maintainers for Xiaomi MI 9 is @markakash. Mention (@) him if you need some assistance and/or when reporting bugs.

Cheers and #StayParanoid!

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Paranoid Android Pie Beta - Xiaomi MI 9, ROM for the Xiaomi MI 9

Contributors
markakash
Source Code: https://github.com/markakash/kernel_xiaomi_sm8150

ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x

Version Information
Status: Beta
Current Beta Version: BETA-20190807
Beta Release Date: 2019-08-07

Created 2019-08-07
Last Updated 2019-08-07[/QUOTE]

XDA:DevDB Information
Paranoid Android Pie Beta - Xiaomi MI 9, ROM for the Xiaomi Mi 9

Contributors
markakash
ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x

Version Information
Status: Testing

Created 2019-08-08
Last Updated 2019-08-24
 
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FAQ:
Kernel is Enforcing

Darkmode doesn't change change anything
In fact it does, but the default AOSP behaviour doesnt change Settings color.

No Raise to wake
I recommend using 'Tap to Wake'
 
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How about making One stable aosp Rom before publishing different roms with All the same Bugs? I dont think that dt2w is the only Bug in here. Its nice to have a choice but One really stable base would be much better.
 
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How about making One stable aosp Rom before publishing different roms with All the same Bugs? I dont think that dt2w is the only Bug in here. Its nice to have a choice but One really stable base would be much better.
How about just appreciating the work and having another option than ranting because none of them are "stable" for you? It would be much better if you collect logs and actually contribute to the development. He's refining the device tree and that takes time. If you would, please, with all due respect, fix all the bugs that are currently present in the ROMs.

The dev will do whatever he wants to, and in no way will releasing more ROMs be harmful to this community.

Don't act so entitled.
 

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How about making One stable aosp Rom before publishing different roms with All the same Bugs? I dont think that dt2w is the only Bug in here. Its nice to have a choice but One really stable base would be much better.

Still in beta which means they are still ironing the bugs, if you want a stable ROM stick with the stock. Moreorless all AOSP ROMs atm are in beta/testing stage.
 

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How about making One stable aosp Rom before publishing different roms with All the same Bugs? I dont think that dt2w is the only Bug in here. Its nice to have a choice but One really stable base would be much better.

Well, we do have d2tw working, will be in the next build, so I would say 0 bugs. We ain´t fast bring-up ROM and I can assure we don´t usually have the issues some of the other ROMs do, first because of our CAF base, vs AOSP used on others, and second because we really take care of almost everything seriously before doing anything.

I can tell this build is stable, we labelled it beta since we didn´t add the framework goodies, and there could be some minor bug/issue our maintainer might have not noticed based on his daily usage.

I do invite you to give it a test and report it back, I think you will find it more stable than you believe, as well as smoother than you think.

How about just appreciating the work and having another option than ranting because none of them are "stable" for you? It would be much better if you collect logs and actually contribute to the development. He's refining the device tree and that takes time. If you would, please, with all due respect, fix all the bugs that are currently present in the ROMs.

The dev will do whatever he wants to, and in no way will releasing more ROMs be harmful to this community.

Don't act so entitled.

So we just got the winner for the comment of the week! Nothing else can be added to this, nailed it!

Still in beta which means they are still ironing the bugs, if you want a stable ROM stick with the stock. Moreorless all AOSP ROMs atm are in beta/testing stage.

Actually this build would be more of an stable build than a beta/testing actually, always the maintainer has followed my changes at OnePlus 7 Pro source code this build should be really stable. The thing about beta is more framework related, there is some stuff we haven´t included on it, and we will release in a non-beta release if we ever get to finish them before we start working on Q.
 

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Hey guys, nice works! It is always good to hear and see various developments are on going, meaning more usefulness. Appreciate for ur works.

I have some question!
I'm on BeastROM which seems very stable now, except for battery consumption.
I guess it is caused by kernel wakelocks.
- smp2p-sleepstate (it holds moderate time)
- NETLINK (too many counts)
I believe those are from cellular, wifi, bluetooth...

Does PA have Boeffla wakelock blocker implemented, or those wakelocks not a kinda issue on PA?
 

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Well, we do have d2tw working, will be in the next build, so I would say 0 bugs. We ain´t fast bring-up ROM and I can assure we don´t usually have the issues some of the other ROMs do, first because of our CAF base, vs AOSP used on others, and second because we really take care of almost everything seriously before doing anything.

I can tell this build is stable, we labelled it beta since we didn´t add the framework goodies, and there could be some minor bug/issue our maintainer might have not noticed based on his daily usage.

I do invite you to give it a test and report it back, I think you will find it more stable than you believe, as well as smoother than you think.



So we just got the winner for the comment of the week! Nothing else can be added to this, nailed it!

Actually this build would be more of an stable build than a beta/testing actually, always the maintainer has followed my changes at OnePlus 7 Pro source code this build should be really stable. The thing about beta is more framework related, there is some stuff we haven´t included on it, and we will release in a non-beta release if we ever get to finish them before we start working on Q.

Thanks for clearing out things and your dedicated work for the community! :good:
 

markakash

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How about making One stable aosp Rom before publishing different roms with All the same Bugs? I dont think that dt2w is the only Bug in here. Its nice to have a choice but One really stable base would be much better.
Hbt you reporting the bugs you faced instead of just saying me to make it stable. My usage is different than yours. For me its stable. Tell me which issues did u faced besides these two?:
- NFC (Removed cause of known reasons will add in next build)
- Kernel Permissive == No GPay
- DT2W (Will be fixed in next update)
If you face any other issue besides the ones mentioned above report with logs otherwise stop complaining. I can't smell your issue and simply fix them.

Regards,
Akash
 

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    We’re really excited to announce the release of Paranoid Android Pie betas.

    On the first launch, you’ll notice a clean setup with a beautiful wallpaper from Hampus Olsson, who teamed up with us again to create several beautiful pieces of artwork. For those who are unfamiliar, Hampus is a multi-disciplinary artist whose design stands for itself and we’re glad to have him onboard. We also added further UI touches that we believe enhances the overall user experience.

    The beta builds include adjustments and improvements on top of the stock Android CAF base. The Paranoid Android team and contributors are focusing on squashing existing bugs, and implementing and improving features.

    Device-specific issues
    You tell me ;)

    Note: Custom kernels are NOT supported!

    Download
    Get the latest Xiaomi MI 9 builds HERE.

    Changelogs
    Keep an eye on our Twitter account, @paranoidaospa , as we will be posting about new features getting included in the beta builds.

    Paranoid Android Pie beta released

    Instructions & requirements
    • This device runs under MIUI Pie vendor, make sure you are coming from MIUI Pie or flash it from TWRP just before flashing AOSPA package.
      Boot to TWRP
      **Flash MIUI Pie (Miui Beta is recomended)
      **Format Data
      Install AOSPA zip package
      Install [optional] a Google Apps package of your choice is advisable, but stock and super variants are not recommended!!!


      ** Only required for the first flashing.


    Important / Useful links
    OpenGapps
    Paranoid Android Twitter
    Paranoid Android Channel (Telegram)
    Paranoid Android Community (Telegram)

    Help us improve PA by submitting good bug reports possibly with a log attached. Learn how to take logs here.

    Our device maintainers for Xiaomi MI 9 is @markakash. Mention (@) him if you need some assistance and/or when reporting bugs.

    Cheers and #StayParanoid!

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Paranoid Android Pie Beta - Xiaomi MI 9, ROM for the Xiaomi MI 9

    Contributors
    markakash
    Source Code: https://github.com/markakash/kernel_xiaomi_sm8150

    ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x

    Version Information
    Status: Beta
    Current Beta Version: BETA-20190807
    Beta Release Date: 2019-08-07

    Created 2019-08-07
    Last Updated 2019-08-07[/QUOTE]

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Paranoid Android Pie Beta - Xiaomi MI 9, ROM for the Xiaomi Mi 9

    Contributors
    markakash
    ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x

    Version Information
    Status: Testing

    Created 2019-08-08
    Last Updated 2019-08-24
    31
    Update on fixes coming in Next Update!
    - NFC has been fixed. We don't have NFC idle drain anymore.
    - Bluetooth audio has also been fixed.

    Regards,
    Akash
    20
    Changelog:
    21.08.2019
    - Added Single tap to wake support
    - Bluetooth issue has been fixed
    - Kernel is enforcing now
    - Random reboots has been fixed
    - Kernel upstreamed to .90
    - Switched to NQ NFC

    07.08.2019
    - Initial release
    14
    How about making One stable aosp Rom before publishing different roms with All the same Bugs? I dont think that dt2w is the only Bug in here. Its nice to have a choice but One really stable base would be much better.
    How about just appreciating the work and having another option than ranting because none of them are "stable" for you? It would be much better if you collect logs and actually contribute to the development. He's refining the device tree and that takes time. If you would, please, with all due respect, fix all the bugs that are currently present in the ROMs.

    The dev will do whatever he wants to, and in no way will releasing more ROMs be harmful to this community.

    Don't act so entitled.
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    How about making One stable aosp Rom before publishing different roms with All the same Bugs? I dont think that dt2w is the only Bug in here. Its nice to have a choice but One really stable base would be much better.

    Well, we do have d2tw working, will be in the next build, so I would say 0 bugs. We ain´t fast bring-up ROM and I can assure we don´t usually have the issues some of the other ROMs do, first because of our CAF base, vs AOSP used on others, and second because we really take care of almost everything seriously before doing anything.

    I can tell this build is stable, we labelled it beta since we didn´t add the framework goodies, and there could be some minor bug/issue our maintainer might have not noticed based on his daily usage.

    I do invite you to give it a test and report it back, I think you will find it more stable than you believe, as well as smoother than you think.

    How about just appreciating the work and having another option than ranting because none of them are "stable" for you? It would be much better if you collect logs and actually contribute to the development. He's refining the device tree and that takes time. If you would, please, with all due respect, fix all the bugs that are currently present in the ROMs.

    The dev will do whatever he wants to, and in no way will releasing more ROMs be harmful to this community.

    Don't act so entitled.

    So we just got the winner for the comment of the week! Nothing else can be added to this, nailed it!

    Still in beta which means they are still ironing the bugs, if you want a stable ROM stick with the stock. Moreorless all AOSP ROMs atm are in beta/testing stage.

    Actually this build would be more of an stable build than a beta/testing actually, always the maintainer has followed my changes at OnePlus 7 Pro source code this build should be really stable. The thing about beta is more framework related, there is some stuff we haven´t included on it, and we will release in a non-beta release if we ever get to finish them before we start working on Q.
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