[ROM] [10] OmniRom for OnePlus7T [EXPERT]

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Droid_Nut

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Following the instructions concisely, booting to the Chinese fastboot, accepting the fastboot test command, all of the files install with no complaints, yet it boots into fastboot mode, I do a recovery wipe, and it still boots back into fastboot. The instructions are not all that long to read. BTW, I am using

omni-11-20210320-oneplus7t-MICROG. It has all of the same files as the rom named in this thread.
 

noobstyle1337

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Following the instructions concisely, booting to the Chinese fastboot, accepting the fastboot test command, all of the files install with no complaints, yet it boots into fastboot mode, I do a recovery wipe, and it still boots back into fastboot. The instructions are not all that long to read. BTW, I am using omni-11-20210320-oneplus7t-MICROG. It has all of the same files as the rom named in this thread.


I have the same thing .... in itself everything worked out great, but it boots into the fastboot mode

My Device one plus 7t Global a11 Rom
Global 10 I've already tried
and various vendors...........


okeee i fixed it by myself i flashed an older Firmware a10 version and it worked immediately afterwards
 
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HueyT

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I have the same thing .... in itself everything worked out great, but it boots into the fastboot mode

My Device one plus 7t Global a11 Rom
Global 10 I've already tried
and various vendors...........


okeee i fixed it by myself i flashed an older Firmware a10 version and it worked immediately afterwards
You mean stock a10 or omni a10 before flashing omni a11?
 

intana

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    I have tried latest build (0413) over OOS Stable (11.0.0.2 Global) and everything is working except haptic feedback . It has very fast FOD no radio problem , very good auto brightness , launcher has google feed , fast and responsive . Can use as daily driver :)
     

    vildra

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    I have tried latest build (0413) over OOS Stable (11.0.0.2 Global) and everything is working except haptic feedback . It has very fast FOD no radio problem , very good auto brightness , launcher has google feed , fast and responsive . Can use as daily driver :)
    How did you install it? I got bootloop on omni bootlogo. Official OOS 11 on both slots and successefully flashed via fastbootterminal.
     

    HueyT

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    How did you install it? I got bootloop on omni bootlogo. Official OOS 11 on both slots and successefully flashed via fastbootterminal.
    I could never get this going either, and I've booted all other custom roms avail for op7t (the Russian omni rom has shut down so no other omni to try). Aosip is a10 and works great
     

    intana

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    How did you install it? I got bootloop on omni bootlogo. Official OOS 11 on both slots and successefully flashed via fastbootterminal.
    I am used gapps version of omni and simple fastbootd install procedure that is ;

    fastboot -w
    "install rom using fastbootd"
    fastboot --set-active="other slot"
    reboot fastbootd
    fastboot -w
    "install rom using fastbootd"
    fastboot -w
    reboot phone .

    Thats all and it worked :)
     

    vildra

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    I am used gapps version of omni and simple fastbootd install procedure that is ;

    fastboot -w
    "install rom using fastbootd"
    fastboot --set-active="other slot"
    reboot fastbootd
    fastboot -w
    "install rom using fastbootd"
    fastboot -w
    reboot phone .

    Thats all and it worked :)
    Thanks, I'll try your instructions
     

    lil_kujo

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    as Intana metioned, the gapps version works fine i tired the microg version and never booted pass the bootscreen. flashed on top of stable oos11 with fastbood and it working fine also for me vibration is working so far. the only haptics i dont get are from back gestures for me its fine since i dont like the back gestures haptics anyways, but keyboard, up gestures for home, etc seems to be working.
     
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    HueyT

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    as Intana metioned, the gapps version works fine i tired the microg version and never booted pass the bootscreen. flashed on top of stable oos11 with fastbood and it working fine also for me vibration is working so far.
    What data format does omni-11 prefer? Ext4 or F2FS? How did you flash system_ext as in mine it said invalid partition?
     

    lil_kujo

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    What data format does omni-11 prefer? Ext4 or F2FS? How did you flash system_ext as in mine it said invalid partition?
    i tried with f2fs and it reboots to bootloader screen. for the flashing, i first flashed the stable builds with twrp, then once i had both slots flashed, I did the regular fastbootd command for omni since it wouldnt flash with twrp. , it should flash since oos stable 11 or ob4 creates the system ext partition already. this is exactly what i used : from bootloader

    fastboot reboot fastboot
    fastboot -w
    fastboot flash system_ext_a system_ext.img
    fastboot flash system_ext_b system_ext.img
    fastboot flash system_a system.img
    fastboot flash system_b system.img
    fastboot flash boot_a boot.img
    fastboot flash boot_b boot.img
    fastboot flash product_a product.img
    fastboot flash product_b product.img
    fastboot flash vbmeta_a vbmeta.img
    fastboot flash vbmeta_b vbmeta.img
    fastboot flash vbmeta_system_a vbmeta_system.img
    fastboot flash vbmeta_system_b vbmeta_system.img
    fastboot flash dtbo_a dtbo.img
    fastboot flash dtbo_b dtbo.img
    fastboot set_active b
    fastboot reboot
     
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      How did you install it? I got bootloop on omni bootlogo. Official OOS 11 on both slots and successefully flashed via fastbootterminal.
      I am used gapps version of omni and simple fastbootd install procedure that is ;

      fastboot -w
      "install rom using fastbootd"
      fastboot --set-active="other slot"
      reboot fastbootd
      fastboot -w
      "install rom using fastbootd"
      fastboot -w
      reboot phone .

      Thats all and it worked :)
      2
      What data format does omni-11 prefer? Ext4 or F2FS? How did you flash system_ext as in mine it said invalid partition?
      i tried with f2fs and it reboots to bootloader screen. for the flashing, i first flashed the stable builds with twrp, then once i had both slots flashed, I did the regular fastbootd command for omni since it wouldnt flash with twrp. , it should flash since oos stable 11 or ob4 creates the system ext partition already. this is exactly what i used : from bootloader

      fastboot reboot fastboot
      fastboot -w
      fastboot flash system_ext_a system_ext.img
      fastboot flash system_ext_b system_ext.img
      fastboot flash system_a system.img
      fastboot flash system_b system.img
      fastboot flash boot_a boot.img
      fastboot flash boot_b boot.img
      fastboot flash product_a product.img
      fastboot flash product_b product.img
      fastboot flash vbmeta_a vbmeta.img
      fastboot flash vbmeta_b vbmeta.img
      fastboot flash vbmeta_system_a vbmeta_system.img
      fastboot flash vbmeta_system_b vbmeta_system.img
      fastboot flash dtbo_a dtbo.img
      fastboot flash dtbo_b dtbo.img
      fastboot set_active b
      fastboot reboot
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      I am used gapps version of omni and simple fastbootd install procedure that is ;

      fastboot -w
      "install rom using fastbootd"
      fastboot --set-active="other slot"
      reboot fastbootd
      fastboot -w
      "install rom using fastbootd"
      fastboot -w
      reboot phone .

      Thats all and it worked :)

      If only those instructions were posted in the beginning.....
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      as Intana metioned, the gapps version works fine i tired the microg version and never booted pass the bootscreen. flashed on top of stable oos11 with fastbood and it working fine also for me vibration is working so far. the only haptics i dont get are from back gestures for me its fine since i dont like the back gestures haptics anyways, but keyboard, up gestures for home, etc seems to be working.
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      Also if you guys wanna root, try sideloading the root zip with los recovery. it will make it easier to root
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      Download unoficial:
      DOWNLOAD Unofficial

      Kernel source:
      Source



      Selinux Status:
      Enforcing

      flash on your own risk.

      FLASHING
      This is for experianced people only, because theres no working TWRP yet. If you dont know how to read stop here (funny eh ?). Also if you dont wanna follow steps bellow because u know better. Goodbye. I dont wanna listen to you cry here. I will not help you.

      opposite of what happens if you flash in twrp, this procedure will flash to the slot whis is active now. if you know what u r doing u can flash to any slot u like.

      Despite the red text theres really no big danger here if you follow the steps. I just wana scare away newbs.
      BU!



      android 10 shipped devices have fastboot like we know it and its pretty much useless. and they have the new fastbootd (google it).
      1st. get into fastbootd.
      option a) from old fastboot, type: fastboot reboot fastboot (funny eh ?) another google miracle to not name it fastbootd.
      option b) if you have a running os with adb: adb reboot fastboot
      this will bring you to OOS chinese recovery look a like, but its fastboot. to test that u r in the right place try a fastboot command. fastboot getvar all for example.
      2nd. flash
      unzip ROM using payload dumper

      option a) if you are on linux
      fastboot -w //this will wipe all your data. you need to do this only on first install, not on updates.
      sh ./fastboot_flash.sh
      option b)
      again! fastboot -w // will wipe all your data and is needed only on first flash
      Code:
      fastboot -w 
      fastboot flash boot boot.img 
      fastboot flash system system.img 
      fastboot flash product product.img 
      fastboot flash vbmeta vbmeta.img 
      fastboot flash vbmeta_system vbmeta_system.img 
      fastboot flash dtbo dtbo.img 
      fastboot reboot

      3rd. enjoy opensource
      unfortunately because of the flashing procedure I have included gapps. when twrp exists they will be gone.



      Updating: (WILL WORK ONCE OFFICIAL)
      Use OTA inside rom for updates

      if u did something else. we dont need/wanna know about it in the thread

      May the force be with you

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      XDA:DevDB Information
      OmniRom, ROM for the OnePlus 7T

      Contributors
      maxwen, maxwen, darkobas
      Source Code: https://github.com/omnirom/android_kernel_oneplus_sm8150/tree/android-10

      ROM OS Version: Android 10
      ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
      ROM Firmware Required: 10

      Version Information
      Status: Beta

      Created 2019-11-14
      Last Updated 2020-02-02
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      Check Telegram group for up to date information
      Link
      9
      Last build of 2019 will be up soon

      And just as a heads up - this is the last build that will be distributed in "fastboot format"
      Starting with the next version the zip will be a traditional AB ota zip meaning you can
      flash it with the system update app in the ROM. It will still contain gapps cause thats
      a different problem but at least you no longer need to go into fastboot

      If you are so unwise and unlucky to not already have omni running you must
      then always flash this last fastboot zip and then update to the last available
      build in two steps.
      9
      Build 20191231 is up - link at
      https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=80897757&postcount=2

      Happy New Year to everyone!
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