Ok then I'll wait until you done build it.
Edit: When will this expected available to public? I'm so excited and so I can't wait
Ok then I'll wait until you done build it.
I don't think it affects this device, XPrivacyLua should be used with newer devices.so, recently I installed this ROM in my Z011D. I was not able to unlock the bootloader but was able to root it, only the A/B partition I was not able to make work (I believe it is because the bootloader locked).
As everyone is aware hiding root and stuff from apps is complicated now but is possible. However, in my Asus, I was not able to make it work.
It passes SafetyNet check and in Google Play says that the device is certified.
I tried using LSPosed and XPrivicyLua combo and it too didn't work.
Another problem I have is that when I try to hide the Magisk app itself, it generates the fake new app but the Magisk app stays there too.
Can someone here help me? I'm out of ideas of what to do.
There are issues with speakers used in calls, not ringtone volume.
Yes, use Z00L builds. To flash one, you need to unlock bootloader and flash TWRP first. There are lots of tutorials for this device.
I think that font settings depend on the ROM. If RR doesn't have it, you should try a different ROM.I've been using this rom on my Z00LD for like 15 days+ and I'll say, I'm impressed; it seemed like my phone just got a new life. Thanks to Lineage people for still keeping this phone around their kind consideration, and thanks to you @adazem009 for continuing on the rest.
I'll list some bugs that I've come through on my journey with the rom.
First clean-install version: RROS-Q-8.7.3-20210922-Z00L-Unofficial [September build]
Rooted: Yes [Magisk 23.0]
Bootloader Unlocked: Yes
Recovery: Custom [TWRP 3.5.1_9]
Chipset: MSM8939 [Snapdragon 615]
Clean /system, /data/[!media]*, /asdf, /cache ==> Flash RROS ==> Flash Magisk ==> Reboot ==> Complete Magisk Setup from dummy Magisk app ==> Reboot ==> Flash some Magisk modules ==> Reboot ==> On to using the phone as usual
key: B = minor Bug; MB = Major Bug; E = Enhancement fix
Long music names pushes the clock upwards instead of pushing the date element downwards. This makes the whole look of the ambient display [aka Always On Display] hideous especially when clock style is set to "Samsung (Colored)" or "Samsung (Accent)". As far as I see it, this might be because date is "center aligned" and might be taking y-axis also in consideration for aligning itself.
This is a major bug I've noticed. Time always reverts back to '2021-09-22 21:45' (probably the build-complete time) on every boot regardless whether time is manually set or or set to use network time. Other settings do stick through reboots or shutdowns.
AOD/Ambient Display doesn't show when charging although it is set to be so in "Resurrection Tools".
Custom actions on long press and double tap on hardware navigation keys either don't work at all or kick in late than the default action. For example, "Kill Foreground App" mapped to "Long Press" on "Back Button" doesn't work at all, "Do Nothing" mapped to "Double Tap" on "Home Button" shows previous app on double tap, "Previous App" mapped to "Double Tap" on "Recents Key" splits screen on double tap and "Split Screen" mapped to "Long Press" on "Recents Key" lights up the torch on long press. However, if I double-tap it slow enough, it does work as intended, but long-press actions are almost always broken.
Sometimes after disconnecting from charger, (especially if some notification has been deliberately blinking notification LED) display brightness and notification LED both gets stuck. Brightness slider doesn't work, not even resetting the System UI works. I speculate it's something to do with "persist" (devs know what I'm talking about).
Wifi gets disconnected randomly for odd reasons even when signal is "Excellent". For example, when using the phone in landscape orientation (like watching YouTube videos) or if some hindrances are between the router and me.
This might escalate to major bug unless I'm convinced. Phone gets unusually hot during charging along with the wire even though it never pulls more than 7W from wall. I've been using AEX 6.7 pie before, charging wasn't capped by the kernel. My phone used to draw as much as 11W from the wall, still it didn't use to get hot like this, let alone the wire.
Charging display while the phone is off is quiet non-informative. On stock rom, the green bar in the battery used to show how much it has charged, but here, the white bar always animates the same regardless of how much it's already charged. Moreover, the notification LED doesn't light up either, unlike the stock rom.
Boot time is quiet slow compared to stock rom. Almost more than half a minute passes away at the ASUS logo, then another half at the RR logo. This doesn't happen when booting to recovery (TWRP 3.5.1_9) though.
Unless set to 4 tiles-per-column, QS tiles almost crosses the QS header frame. This makes it look quiet disapproving.
Touch sensitivity is quiet low. Not that it interferes with the work flow, but it's somewhat irritating having to tap 5-6 times for "Double tap on screen" to actually work. With "glove mode" set, now it's too high for me; I sometimes don't even need to touch the screen anymore for any touch to register, and hardware keys almost always work even when fingers don't touch it. This is as expected, but the default sensitivity is just not okay.
Adaptive icons instead show "hexagons" when set to "Rounded hexagons". Reboots don't help either.
Sometimes animations really take a toll especially on "blurring" events or abrupt scroll events. Caching and other animations are all set to default. "Force HW Overlay" reduces it, but doesn't eliminate it completely.
When alarm icon (or any other system icons) are present, network statistic widget almost overlap with other adjacent icons on the statusbar. Sometimes, it doesn't show at all on the statusbar but is present on the QS header.
Battery drains almost half as fast when "Always-On VPN" is set than when VPN runs without it.
I don't know about others, but I really use to like the grotesque Barlow font above anything else (even Samsung One). Unfortunately, despite being free, I wasn't able to find any FlipFont apk or whatever. Please do add this on the next build - pretty pleeeeeeaaaaaase.
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I don't have Z00L nor Z00T, so I can't take screenshots. RR is different than Havoc-OS and some processes are probably spamming the logs, which drains battery. Maybe I can debug it on Z00ED.