[ROM][10.0][OP2] crDroid Android 6.1 [09 JAN][DISCONTINUED]

lucyr03

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These are Nightly builds. Always read OP before installing.

Features:

What's working:
  • Everything.
Known issues:
  • SystemUI(Lockscreen stuck, QS lag, blackscreen). Workaround: Flash Magisk
  • Encryption
  • GPS partially broken - takes long time to acquire lock, might lose signal randomly

Download:
ROM: Click Here (Always download latest)
GApps: Click Here (Recommended - ARM64 nano)
TWRP: Click Here
Firmware: Click Here

Magisk v20 or above for Root: Click Here

Optional - Upgrade to NoGravity Kernel: Click Here
-Stock kernel: AntiGravity is a lite version of NGK, give it a try first, might be everything you need.

Addons:
-NoGravity App: works with AntiGravity Kernel as well, starting with v2.4.2 - check AGK thread for latest version.
-DTS:X: install NoGravity App and check Sound tab for download and info.
-Google Camera 5.1 Mod: Click Here

Installation:

  1. Backup before you begin
  2. Coming from another ROM? Wipe Data under Advanced (Do not use Format Data - which erases internal memory)
  3. Wipe System and Cache under Advanced
  4. Flash required firmware (one-time)
  5. Flash ROM + GApps
  6. Optionally - Flash supported root
  7. Reboot and profit!

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Sources:
Device: crdroidandroid/android_device_oneplus_oneplus2
Vendor: crdroidandroid/proprietary_vendor_oneplus
Common: crdroidandroid/android_device_oppo_common
Kernel: Pierre2324/AGK_android_kernel_oneplus_msm8994

XDA:DevDB Information
crDroidAndroid, ROM for the OnePlus 2

Contributors
lucyr03
Source Code: https://github.com/crdroidandroid

ROM OS Version: Android 10
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x
ROM Firmware Required: 3.6.1
Based On: LineageOS

Version Information
Status: Abandoned

Created 2019-10-17
Last Updated 2020-02-04
 

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Changelog

Device specific changelog:

09/01/2020
- Latest sources - crDroid 6.1, December patch
Previous Changelogs:
24/12/2019
- Latest crDroid sources
- AntiGravity Kernel 3.1 - no more random freeze
30/11/2019
- Latest crDroid sources - November patch
- Fixed Alert Slider
15/11/2019
- Latest crDroid sources.
03/11/2019
- Latest crDroid sources.
- Fixed YouTube lag for 60fps videos.
- Fixed Backuptool - now gapps, magisk and other persistent zips will stay after update.
23/10/2019
- Latest crDroid sources.
- Changed stock kernel to AntiGravity 3.0.
18/10/2019
- Latest crDroid sources - October patch
- Partially added LiveDisplay - no display modes for now.
16/10/2019
- Initial build

crDroid changelog: Click Here
 
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Akki1513

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Got Bootloop twice after flashing.
I followed the instructions from the first post,
1)Clean Dalvik, Cache, System, Data
2)Flashed firmware 3.6.1
3)Flashed Rom and Gapps together the first time, and the 2nd time I flashed them separately.
4) Rebooted system..and got Bootloop..!
 
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bonis955

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Nope


No such issues here, can you flash Magisk and try to reproduce the issues?
Also do note that I don't support any custom kernel for now.
i installed magisk 20.0 and made the log with that and no i didn't use custom kernel :(
Maybe because i installed magisk at first boot
 
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lucyr03

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Got Bootloop twice after flashing.
I followed the instructions from the first post,
1)Clean Dalvik, Cache, System, Data
2)Flashed firmware 3.6.1
3)Flashed Rom and Gapps together the first time, and the 2nd time I flashed them separately.
4) Rebooted system..and got Bootloop..!
Wipe again and flash rom+gapps at once then reboot, if you do that it's impossible to get bootloop.
Make sure you have twrp 3.2.1 official, also if you flash a big gapps package it will take a while to boot, it doesn't mean it's bootlooping.
If you followed that and still have bootloop get logs.
 
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SkyeNymph

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Hi! Curious about signature spoofing?
What exactly is this ?
It's a patch that allows an app to fake it's signature to pretend to be another, and is implemented in a way that the user has to grant the app permission to do so. It is mandatory for using microg in lieu of google's play services, for those of us who (rightfully) distrust google.