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HardStyl3r

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LG G3
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Code:
/*
 * Your warranty is now void.
 *
 * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
 * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
 * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
 * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
 * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
 */

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AOSPExtended is an AOSP based ROM which provides stock UI/UX experience with useful customizations.
Being based on AOSP it provides a smooth experience.
We have added useful customizations from various other open source projects and have tried to keep our things simple.
A ROM by a user, for a user. #BeExtended

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If you encounter any issues with sensors or anything related to hardware, please flash stock rom and then a custom one.
Check the G3 issue tracker and LineageOS issue tracker before installation.
Clean flash is recommended, here's the procedure:
  • wipe Dalvik cache, /system, /data and /cache.
  • flash latest ROM zip
  • optional: flash Open GApps ARM

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If you want to contact me, head for my telegram.
I also really recommend joining telegram: G3 development channel for more info about my projects!
The thread is designed by me, please don't copy it.

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MEGA (recommended)
AndroidFileHost
Recommended TWRP
Open GApps
Rooting your phone by Linus Tech Tips
Recommended Stock ROM by @MESA
Root: Magisk
3__HacerPermisivo.zip - use this to switch your kernel selinux to permissive
bootimage_adb_unsecure by @AdrianDC - for debugging
Mr_Bump.zip by @dadi11 - flash this when you occur Secure booting error (boot certification verify)
custom kernel: LineageXTD by @ppajdek (discontinued, issues may occur)

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If you want to report an issue, please use the issue tracker providing your variant and the most information you can, e.g. full logcat, installed addons.

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@dadi11
@ppajdek
@walter79
@Artx
@firebird11
@aleasto

@ishubhamsingh - Founder
JDC Team, DirtyUnicorns, LineageOS/Cyanogenmod, TeamSubstratum, Nitrogen Project
Pure Nexus, OmniROM, AOSPA, ABC ROM, GZR Community
Lakor Tools - Via Browser
Hemanth S Tobi - Retro Music Player
@AlienCreature7
@Wizper99
@Allstargaurav
@Edozullo
@harsh sharma

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github.com/AOSPExtended
github.com/itsHardStyl3r
gitlab.com/HardStyl3r
device and kernel sources

local_manifests
Important: information about open sources from HardStyl3r

XDA:DevDB Information
AOSPExtended, ROM for the LG G3

Contributors
HardStyl3r
ROM OS Version: Android 10

Version Information
Status: Alpha

Created 2017-11-19
Last Updated 2020-04-12
 

HardStyl3r

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LG G3
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7.1, 12.04.2020
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Code:
 * Unofficially picked: -t ten-aosp-wfd, -t ten-art, -t hal1-sepolicy, -t ten-custom-cameraparameters
 * April 2020 Android Security Bulletin: r33
 * Space on /data is not reserved twice anymore (and tune2fs is not appearing in LineageOS recovery)
 * Fixed Widevine L3
 * Enabled codec2
 * February 2020 Android Security Bulletin: r27
 * March 2020 Android Security Bulletin: r32
 * New offline charger: fixed sepolicies and updated the implementation
 * Small tinkering to sepolicies
 * Update sdFAT to 2.3.0
 * Add back media swcodec
 * Added fastbootd (supported in LineageOS Recovery)
 * Commonized GPS configuration, thanks to YoDevil, it's now more up to date
 * Improved migration from Stock ROMs

7.0, 17.03.2020
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HardStyl3r

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LG G3
Pie changelog
6.6, 21.06.2019 (major)
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Code:
 * June Android Security Bulletin: r40
 * added 2.0 LiveDisplay HAL and 2.1 Soundtrigger HAL
 * updated Lights HAL and Vibrator HAL
 * ls990: Enable mobile plan preferences
 * bumped Audio HAL to 4.0
 * switched selinux to restrictive
 * addressed thermal-engine denials 
 * added local_manifests
 * updated power profile

6.5, 27.05.2019
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Notes: Sorry for the late update!
Code:
 * May Android Security Bulletin: r37
 * tuned ZRAM performance
 * dropped Qualcomm AVC secure decoder
 * removed oreo builds
 * introduced Pie issue tracker

6.4, 17.04.2019
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Code:
 * April (and March) Android Security Bulletin: r35+r34
 * source release
 * thread update
 * fixed offline charging while on restrictive
 * Revert: 2.4GHz WiFi improvements
 * force disabled "Mobile data always active" (found in developer settings)
 * ls990: fixed NFC (hopefully this time)
 * reworked sensors implementation
 * rootdir cleanup
 * brightness tweaks
 * added ZRAM (thanks, Pajdek!)
 * Revert: using Oreo 4.9 gcc
 * added HealthHAL
 * add TrustHAL to disable newly added USB devices
 * updated Safe Media Volume index
 * switched to default AOSP implementation of multiuser
 * boot permissive due to excessive amount of changes to rootdir
 * kernel: increase bus frequency

6.2, 10.02.2019
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Code:
 * February Android Security Bulletin: r31/r33
 * addressed new sepolicies
 * Revert: forced vibration strength to 40%
 * XDA: updated all threads
 * switched to basic USB HAL (fixes a bug where you couldn't select USB mode via notification)
 * kernel: fixed vfpmodule crash

6.2, 19.01.2019
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Notes: SafetyNet won't pass without Magisk
Code:
 * January Android Security Bulletin: r30
 * enabled SUPL_ES
 * VoLTE overlays cleanup
 * Revert: kernel: fixed LG drivers and FunctionFS(USB) incompatibility
 * addressed sepolicies (permissive)
 * reworked Keymaster support
 * forced vibration strength to 40%
 * fixed possible kernel camera driver crash
 * enabled memory optimizations
 * reduced surfaceflinger log spam

6.1, 23.12.2018 - Christmas update
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Code:
 * (!)improved stability: using Oreo 4.9 gcc - this theoretically means a lot less random reboots
 * December Android Security Bulletin: r21
 * d851/f400/g3ds/ls990: really small possibility of audio quiet noise, bug or improvement - need feedback
 * d855: added vendor security patch level
 * device trees: complete rework
 * kernel: fixed LG drivers and FunctionFS(USB) incompatibility (not tested)
 * kernel: reworked netfilter and O_TMPFILE backport
 * (?)ls990: maybe nfc fix? untested after trees rework
 * removed FlipFlap(SmartCover) due to build issue
 * switched to new Lights and Vibrator HAL
 * vs985: small GPS capabilities fix

6.0, 03.12.2018
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Code:
 * increased media volume to 25 steps and voicecall volume to 7
 * ls990: resolve possible NFC battery drain
 * kernel patches for net, netfliter and filesystems
 * November Android Security Bulletin: r16
 * removed VoLTE/IMS support
 * shipping .md5sum files
 * added netfilter-3.4-backport (fixes 2.4GHz tethering)
 * added fix for hidden SSID scanning (not confirmed working)
 * f400: using older Oreo gcc 4.9 to build

6.0, 15.10.2018 20.11.2018
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Code:
 * initial bringup
 * hotspot is not working
Oreo changelog
5.8, 23.12.2018
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- II edition
Code:
 * December Android Security Bulletin: r21

5.8, 17.09.2018
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Code:
 * complete rebase
 * kernel security patches
 * VoLTE/IMS support
 * FlipFlap for LineageOS-based
 * android security bulletin and rom updates
 * GPS fix and update
 * wifi: improvements and 5GHz fix
 * time_daemon fixes (wrong date/time)
 * audio fixes (stuttering, latency, quality)
 * blobs were moved to vendor
 * enabled call recording
 
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jimmmysil

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@HardStyl3r

1.Is thisbased on cm or true aosp?

2. Is this an official release?

3.Are these links working? When I click on the ROM or gapps links I get redirected to aospextended home page and ofc there aren't any Oreo builds.

4. All the above rom features are working?
 

HardStyl3r

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LG G3
NFC paying works with this ROM?
I don't know, but NFC works

@HardStyl3r

1.Is thisbased on cm or true aosp?

2. Is this an official release?

3.Are these links working? When I click on the ROM or gapps links I get redirected to aospextended home page and ofc there aren't any Oreo builds.

4. All the above rom features are working?
1. It's based on AOSP.
2. I submitted to AOSP team to become official
3. @ishubhamsingh needs to add me to official_devices, I added MEGA link to download oreo
4. Every feature is working! :)
 

HardStyl3r

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LG G3

joselap

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Oct 20, 2014
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Every time some dev gets a rom, the first (and not only) post are to ask how, where, when....., instead of bothering to try and, if necessary, report bugs, comment, give ideas (whoever has knowledge)...
I do not think this encourages devs much ...
I include myself (although I try to avoid it) but I think that this thread is "development" ...
My apologies if this is offtopic. Downloading to test and report. Thank you
 

joselap

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Oct 20, 2014
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Installed rom, gapps and magisk. mtp fixed, hotspot not fixed (minor bug for me), fc on settings-->display-->advanced options. Now restoring from titanium backup my apps. All is working fine for me. Many thanks for this aosp rom
 

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