[ROM][10]Android Open Source Illusion Project[Bonito][Official]

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Android Open Source illusion Project

About us:
AOSIP is a quality custom ROM based purely on AOSP. Twisted with the latest features and blended with stability. We strive for perfection and it shows.

Team Illusion:

Josh Fox (xlxfoxxlx)
Akhil Narang
Harsh Shandilya
Anirudh Gupta


Bug reporting:

  • DO NOT Report bugs if you're running a custom kernel or you installed Xposed
  • Grab a logcat right after the problem has occurred. (Please include at least a few pages of the log, not just the last few lines, unless you know what you're doing.)
  • If it is a random reboot, grab dmesg . (Do not bother getting a logcat unless you can get it just before the reboot. A logcat after a reboot is useless)
  • If the problem disappears after running "setenforce 0" from a root shell, grab /data/misc/audit/audit.log
  • Remember to provide as much info as possible. The more info you provide, the more likely that the bug will be solved. Please also do not report known issues.


Source code:


Latest Downloads:

Official Server | SourceForge Mirror

Credit/Thanks:

Mike Williams (founder and creator of AOSiP)
Google for Android and AOSP
LineageOS
ABC ROM
AquariOS
BootleggersROM
Dirty Unicorns
PixelExperience
OmniROM
CarbonROM
nathanchance
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Other projects whose work helped us to create this
And last but not the least, all our testers, who have helped us to squash many bugs so that we can try to release builds that as are flawless as possible



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XDA:DevDB Information
Android Open Source Illusion Project, ROM for the Google Pixel 3a XL

Contributors
Skittles9823
Source Code: [url]https://github.com/AOSiP[/URL]

ROM OS Version: Android 10
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
ROM Firmware Required: May 2020 security patch
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status: Official

Created 2020-02-04
Last Updated 2020-05-25
 
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Installation procedure:
Have an unlocked bootloader (Not gonna be explained here, there'll be threads in this forum somewhere)

Make sure to backup internal storage as wiping data will delete everything.

Reboot to fastboot and flash the provided boot.img with the following commands:
Code:
adb reboot bootloader
fastboot flash boot /path/to/boot.img
reboot into recovery and select "Apply update from ADB":
Code:
fastboot reboot recovery
adb sideload /path/to/rom.zip
In recovery before rebooting, make sure to factory reset/wipe data.
Reboot into the system, and enjoy the illusion!

Update procedure:
Just use the built in updater. Easy peasy.

Updating with Magisk:
Update using the built in updater same as you would without magisk, but when it prompts you to reboot, open magisk manager, tap install for the magisk option > then select "install to inactive slot" > then proceed as you normally would and reboot once it's done.

KNOWN ISSUES:
Currently none, let me know what you find!
 
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Reporting Bugs
  • DO NOT Report bugs if you're running a custom kernel or you installed Xposed
  • Grab a logcat right after the problem has occurred. (Please include at least a few pages of the log, not just the last few lines, unless you know what you're doing.)
  • Include your firmware versions in reports.
  • Mention any and all Magisk modules you might be using along with the Magisk version
  • If it is a random reboot, grab dmesg . (Do not bother getting a logcat unless you can get it just before the reboot. A logcat after a reboot is useless)
  • If the problem disappears after running "setenforce 0" from a root shell, grab /data/misc/audit/audit.log
Remember to provide as much info as possible. The more info you provide, the more likely that the bug will be solved. Please also do not report known issues.
 
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Ericarthurc

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Nice! Some new roms showing up! Thanks for your hard work! Is there any links to screen shots or features lists?
 
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Ericarthurc

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Flashed it about an hour ago.... dang.. it is fast! This rom feels really smooth! I use Visible service and it works great on this rom too. I have LTE + (volte). It honestly feels faster then any other custom rom I have tried and faster then stock for sure. And this isn't just because of animation speeds or what not; I always set mine to x0.5. It just is faster and smoother.
Nice job!
 

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Nice! Some new roms showing up! Thanks for your hard work! Is there any links to screen shots or features lists?
I'll have to get some screenshots posted with a current list of stuff in OwlsNest soon.

Flashed it about an hour ago.... dang.. it is fast! This rom feels really smooth! I use Visible service and it works great on this rom too. I have LTE + (volte). It honestly feels faster then any other custom rom I have tried and faster then stock for sure. And this isn't just because of animation speeds or what not; I always set mine to x0.5. It just is faster and smoother.
Nice job!
Nice! Glad you're liking it :D

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Using adb reboot fastboot didn't work for me.

This is what worked for me for anyone having problems:
After flashing February's stock firmware to both slots, without actually starting the system afterwards, I immediately booted into fastboot by Volume Down + Power.
On the bootloader screen(fastboot not fastbootd) is when i entered fastboot flash boot /path/boot.img.
Next step I did was reboot back into fastboot, and then entered recovery by volume down/enter.
Entering "Apply update from ADB", I then sideloaded AOSiP-10-Alpha-bonito-20200204.zip. (AOSiP-10-Alpha-beryllium-20200204.zip wouldn't flash no matter what process I did)

Rebooted system and everything loaded fast! (When certain processes failed I would get stuck at the boot animation.)
Anyways, its snappy and haven't ran into any bugs.
Great work and i love the boot animation!
 
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Using adb reboot fastboot didn't work for me.

This is what worked for me for anyone having problems:
After flashing February's stock firmware to both slots, without actually starting the system afterwards, I immediately booted into fastboot by Volume Down + Power.
On the bootloader screen(fastboot not fastbootd) is when i entered fastboot flash boot /path/boot.img.
Next step I did was reboot back into fastboot, and then entered recovery by volume down/enter.
Entering "Apply update from ADB", I then sideloaded AOSiP-10-Alpha-bonito-20200204.zip. (AOSiP-10-Alpha-beryllium-20200204.zip wouldn't flash no matter what process I did)

Rebooted system and everything loaded fast! (When certain processes failed I would get stuck at the boot animation.)
Anyways, its snappy and haven't ran into any bugs.
Great work and i love the boot animation!
Ahh yea my bad, it's adb reboot bootloader, fixed that in the install instructions post.

As for your beryllium troubles that's because that's another device (Poco F1 to be exact).

Make sure to use the bonito/Pixel 3a XL links in the future.

:good:

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Does the updater work in new build? I tried it on the 1-31 build you posted in Telegram, but it would not download the new update. Just curious. New build is working great. Thank you!
 

Skittles9823

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Does the updater work in new build? I tried it on the 1-31 build you posted in Telegram, but it would not download the new update. Just curious. New build is working great. Thank you!
Pretty sure updater isn't ready for logical partitioned devices yet.

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Looks incredibly promising! Have been using HavocOS but the kernel it's built with causes issues with ElementalX, and it has several issues such as freezing my music players and crashing my Netflix randomly, causing a total reboot - has this ROM been noted to have either of these issues? I'd prefer to wait until after it's at least in Beta, but if it has less issues than this ROM I'll definitely do a factory reset just to install it!
 

Skittles9823

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Looks incredibly promising! Have been using HavocOS but the kernel it's built with causes issues with ElementalX, and it has several issues such as freezing my music players and crashing my Netflix randomly, causing a total reboot - has this ROM been noted to have either of these issues? I'd prefer to wait until after it's at least in Beta, but if it has less issues than this ROM I'll definitely do a factory reset just to install it!
I've not had any stuttering issues so far. Definitely haven't been forced to perform a reboot.

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Skittles9823

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Thanks dev for the Rom! Very solid.
Btw is there anyway to turn of vibration for notifications and call ringer?
There isn't any notification vibration customisation. What I generally do is disable the "noisy notifications if screen on" option in OwlsNest > notifications and I also disable heads up notifications via the quicksettings tile. It's not exactly the same thing you want but it works for me.

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I've not had any stuttering issues so far. Definitely haven't been forced to perform a reboot.

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That unfortunately does not answer anything.. the issues I have with stebo's HavocOS are that media players freeze up after a certain amount of songs are played, causing me to have to force stop it, and that attempting to use Netflix caused a COMPLETE freeze of the OS, whereupon a buzzing sound is heard through the speakers and the phone forces ITSELF to reboot.

Also of importance is ElementalX compatibility, as HavocOS has issues with it - it flashes and applies settings fine, but it completely disables Wi-Fi functionality, in that not even the settings page for it will load.

Regardless of whether or not you know whether or not these issues are prevalent in your own ROM, or how you answer, I'm going to be giving it a try as his January 9th HavocOS release has completely broken my SIM cards' APN, brought Chrome back onto my phone with no way to uninstall it, and made it so the recent apps view loads the Pixel Launcher. I'm sure I won't be disappointed, seeing as you seem much more capable.

P.S.: Your change-log link is 404'd