[ROM][10.0][Realme 6 Pro][OFFICIAL] Evolution X [AOSP][04/10/20]

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Nov 21, 2018
Xiaomi Redmi 5
Realme X2


Evolution X 4.7 for Realme 6 Pro [RMX206X]

* Your warranty is void. Or valid, probably?
* I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, Ebolation X,
* thermonuclear war, or the current economic crisis caused by you following 
* these directions. YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if 
* you point your finger at me for messing up your device, I will LMAO at you.


Living, Breaking, Keep Evolving.

Evolution X is a flashable custom ROM to bring a true Pixel-feel to your Android Device at first glance, with many additional configurations at your disposal. We aim to provide frequent builds with monthly security patches from the latest AOSP sources!

- Team Evolution X -
@joeyhuab (Founder & Lead Developer)
@peaktogoo (Project Manager)
@AnierinB (Project Specialist)

- Design -
@ecnivtwelve (Lead Designer)
@MartonDev (Website Designer)


Reach us on Twitter! @EvolutionXROM


- RGB Accent Picker
- Dark Theme Styles (color Bucket)
- 17 System Fonts
- 6 System Icon Shapes
- 4 Statusbar Icon Styles
- 2019 Pixel Live Wallpapers
- Custom QS Header Images
- New Tint Style Toggle
- QS Opacity & Color Configs
- QS Backround Image Blur

- Clock Options
- Battery Bar
- Carrier Label Settings
- Network Traffic Activity
- Rounded Corners Config
- System UI Tuner
- 7 Battery Icon Style
- Battery Percent Show/Hide Config
- Old Mobile Style Network Icons
- 4G/LTE Icon Toggle
- 7 Custom VoLTE Icons & Toggle

- Heads Up
- R Style Notification Headers
- Alert Slider Notification Toggle
- Notification light Config
- Pulse Edge Lighting
- Force Close Notifications
- Force Expanded Notification
- Kill App Button
- Notification Vibration Toggle
- Blink Flashlight On Call

Quick Settings
- Disable When Locked
- Vibrate On Touch
- Quick Pulldown (Right/Left)
- Smart Pulldown
- Hide Battery Icon
- Notification Header Battery Precent Configs
- Brightness Slider Configs
- Quick Settings Layout Configs
- QS Footer Text Toggle & Customizations
- Settings Icon Toggle
- Running Services Toggle
- User Switcher Icon Toggle
- QS Edit Icon Toggle

Power Menu
- Restart
- Advanced Restart
- Screenshot
- Flashlight
- Airplane
- Settings
- Lock Down
- Users
- Logout
- Visibility On Lockscreen Configs

- AOSP Gestures
- Swipe To Screenshot
- Status Bar Brightness Control
- Screen Off Power Button Torch
- Double Tap To Sleep Status Bar
- Double Tap to Sleep Lockscreen
- Toggle To Hide Navbar Pill
- Back Gesture Height Config
- Back Gesture Vibration Toggle
- Screen Off Gestures

- Pocket Detection
- Fingerprint Authentication Vibration Toggle
- Charging Info
- Lock Screen Shortcuts
- Status bar Visibility Toggle
- Lock Icon Toggle
- Custom Clock & Date Fonts/Widgets
- Owner Info Configs
- FOD Icon Picker
- FOD Pressed State Icon's
- FOD Recognizing Animations
- Lock Screen Media Artwork/Notification Configs
- Lock Screen Music Visualizer

- Nav Bar Disable/Enable Toggle
- Nav Bar Tuner
- Invert Layout
- Volume Key Answer
- Volume Rocker Wake
- Volume Rocker Playback Control
- Volume Rocker Cursor Control

- Disable Transition Animations Toggle
- Screen Off Animations
- Scrolling Cache Configs
- QS Tile Animations (Flip/Rotate)
- QS Tile Animation Duration & Interpolator configs
- ListView Animations
- System Animation Configs

- Gaming Mode
- Launch Music App On Headset Connection
- Wake On Charge
- Charging Animation
- Screenshot Type (Full/Drag)
- Dashboard Condition/Suggestion Toggle
- Doze Brightness Configs
- Default USB Config
- Disable Device Identifier Restrictions
- Accidental Wake Up Prevention
- Sensor Block Per Package
- Signature Spoofing Support
- Time In State Monitor
- Doze Settings
- Legacy App Scalling
- Alarm Blocker
- Wakelock Blocker





First Time Install / Clean Flash
1. Download the proper flashable ZIP for your device
2. Reboot to Recovery
3. Wipe Data/Cache/System
4. Format Data (Optional)
5. Flash the ROM
6. Reboot to System
7. Reboot to Recovery (Optional)
8. Reboot to System and #KeepEvolving

Update / Dirty Flash
1. Reboot to Recovery
2. Download the proper flashable ZIP for your device
3. Reboot to Recovery (Optional)
4. Flash the ROM
5. Reboot to System and #KeepEvolving

Light Screenshots / Dark Screenshots / Download
Official Chat / Device Support

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May 24, 2017
Realme 6 Pro
Doesn't seem like it.

I flashed magisk.zip, and it went into bootloop (stuck at first bootscreen, not even the boot animation)

Had to flash the uninstaller zip to make it boot again.
You have to format the internal storage, then install the custom then flash magisk.zip. without leaving your recovery. That's how I flashed evo and magisk.
(Wiping dalvik, cache etc isn't enough. It needs to be FORMATTED. Google the dev and read his instruction
Hope that helps
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Apr 7, 2013
You have to format the internal storage, then install the custom then flash magisk.zip. without leaving your recovery. That's how I flashed evo and magisk.
(Wiping dalvik, cache etc isn't enough. It needs to be FORMATTED. Google the dev and read his instructiona. Basically, this removes the encryption of the system without tripping google play protect and other android 10 internals into thinking you don't have a encrypted internal storage which android needs to boots)
Hope that helps

Hey Skelekinetic,

Thanks for the reply.

I tried the following steps:

- boot to TWRP recovery
- factory reset
- format data (message in the log states "You may need to reboot recovery to be able to use /data again")
- use MTP to upload evo.zip and magisk.zip to internal data
- flash evo.zip (Didn't work ! "assert failed: update_dynamic_partitions(package_extract_file("dynamic_partitions_op_list". Updater process ended with ERROR:7" )
- reboot to recovery
- flash evo.zip
- flash magisk.zip
- bootloop at first screen

I don't see how you're able to flash the rom and magisk right after formatting data, I can flash without error only after rebooting once to TWRP.

I also tried to wipe cache/dalvik after formatting data, same result.
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May 24, 2017
Realme 6 Pro
Hmm you might have messed up your dynamic partition list. You can fix that with the realme flash tool and I think you can even flash homebrew with it. I only ever loaded the firmware off of a SD card when I flashed from recovery that could also be holding you up because it's trying to write to the same place it's reading from? try remounting the storage instead of restarting twrp. But make sure your dynparts are up to snuff with RFT homebrew flasher


New member
Mar 14, 2020
How long have yall waited for boot to finish I've been waiting for 45 minutes now is that normal? (still waiting btw) update:1h 45m
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