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Paranoid Android Quartz Alpha 2 for the OnePlus 7 Pro is out

This update includes the following device specific changes:

Fixed NFC
Added Dash/Warp Charge support
Added QPerformance, UxPerformance
Added aptX and aptXHD
Serious smoothness improvements
Stability fixes
Under the hood changes for a better experience

Download link updated in OP
 

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Paranoid Android Quartz Alpha 2 for the OnePlus 7 Pro is out

This update includes the following device specific changes:

Fixed NFC
Added Dash/Warp Charge support
Added QPerformance, UxPerformance
Added aptX and aptXHD
Serious smoothness improvements
Stability fixes
Under the hood changes for a better experience

Download link updated in OP
Safetynet working?
 
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Anyone know why the opengapps advised is failing? Tried both pico and nano from a usb drive, straight after the most recent build and get the following error, I was on the final 10.0 release of OOS before.

Is this because devs are still using some of Android 9? If so, I'd love it if people would stop releasing "frankenstein" builds with little bits of dead roms.
 

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Tried updating to alpha 2. I rebooted into twrp and installed the zip only to slot A and rebooted without flash twrp zip. It wouldnt boot. I went into fastboot and booted up twrp and then flashed the zip but it still wont boot. Any advice? I would prefer not to lose data. Thanks!!
 

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Anyone know why the opengapps advised is failing? Tried both pico and nano from a usb drive, straight after the most recent build and get the following error, I was on the final 10.0 release of OOS before.

Is this because devs are still using some of Android 9? If so, I'd love it if people would stop releasing "frankenstein" builds with little bits of dead roms.
That is because opengapps checks the installed sdk version/android version and compares it with the one they are shipping. That's a good thing but sometimes recovery returns 16.1.0 instead of correct android version.

Anyway, for now, you can use the gapps package that I built.
https://sourceforge.net/projects/nikgapps/files/Releases/NikGapps-Q/
Hope it helps!
 

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That is because opengapps checks the installed sdk version/android version and compares it with the one they are shipping. That's a good thing but sometimes recovery returns 16.1.0 instead of correct android version.

Anyway, for now, you can use the gapps package that I built.
https://sourceforge.net/projects/nikgapps/files/Releases/NikGapps-Q/
Hope it helps!

It's not the recovery's fault. That means that for some reason script was unable to mount /system, so the only prop it found was the recovery's one.
@djsubterrain would be great if you could provide me recovery log with that error.

For the time being gonna check this myself.

EDIT: I've identified the issue, it's due to the ROM mounting /system_root. Gonna have to think how to overcome that.
 
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It's not the recovery's fault. That means that for some reason script was unable to mount /system, so the only prop it found was the recovery's one.
@djsubterrain would be great if you could provide me recovery log with that error.

For the time being gonna check this myself.
That's true but if you take a look at the screenshot he shared, it printed Device is system as root. Doesn't that indicate that the mounting is done?

I guess logs can only tell. I'd be happy to see the logs too.

And I didn't mean to say that it's recovery's fault. Just mentioned the behaviour. :)

A question: why not make sure that system is mounted and read the android version info from /system/build.prop only?

Every Rom has it. And if you fail to find it (most likely indicating that gapps is being flashed before Rom), you shouldn't be Flashing it anyway.
 

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    * Improved data network handling
    * Stability fixes
    * Under the hood changes for a better experience

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    * Fixed NFC
    * Added Dash/Warp Charge support
    * Added QPerformance, UxPerformance
    * Added aptX and aptXHD
    * Serious smoothness improvements
    * Stability fixes
    * Under the hood changes for a better experience

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    Paranoid Android Quartz Alpha 2 for the OnePlus 7 Pro is out

    This update includes the following device specific changes:

    Fixed NFC
    Added Dash/Warp Charge support
    Added QPerformance, UxPerformance
    Added aptX and aptXHD
    Serious smoothness improvements
    Stability fixes
    Under the hood changes for a better experience

    Download link updated in OP
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    Paranoid Android Quartz 1 is out

    Quartz 1 is now available for this device! Please have a read to the next post on our blog.

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    For this device a clean install won't be required, we hope you enjoy this stable release!

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