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ROM][11.0][OOSCAM] DerpFest for OnePlus 8t [Official][09-28-21]

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Oct 11, 2011
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OnePlus 8T
Can you pm me on tg so I can try to help figure it out cause only a few select have reported it to me but none of my testers had that issue with the new builds so figured it was just fixed.
Woah woah woah. I wasn't trying to seem ungrateful or anything. Out of all the OnePlus 8 roms, I like this one the most. I absolutely appreciate all the effort your putting in to figure out our issues. I apologize if it came off in any other way.

I will absolutely hit you up when I get out of work and we can work together to figure it out.

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    Gonna be releasing a new build soon, will probably be the last one until a12.
    Just pushed new build
    I don't think 'unlock the phone via fingerprint when the screen is off' is possible on OnePlus. That's cuz OP uses an optical sensor as compared to some Samsung phones that use ultrasonic sensor and have the said feature.

    I can confirm the ROM is very stable with great battery life and includes a fully functional OOS cam.

    I haven't tried off-screen gestures, OTA or Havoc ROM for that matter so can't comment.
    Off screen gestures work, don't recommend doing ota's as it seems to mess with persist partition
    Hey dev. Rom is so good working now congratulations.
    Hello everybody,

    I have just bought the 8T and I am still on stock. One of the main reasons I consider switching to another ROM would be to be able to unlock the phone via fingerprint when the screen is off, since this feature is not offered in stock ROM.

    So my first question is: Does this reliably work on this ROM?

    Second question:
    The most important things to me are
    - stability
    - battery life
    - OTA-ability
    - OOS cam
    - off-screen gestures

    Thats why I only consider this ROM and Havoc. Can anyone tell me if these features work well and what the differences to Havoc are?

    Thank you very much!
    I don't think 'unlock the phone via fingerprint when the screen is off' is possible on OnePlus. That's cuz OP uses an optical sensor as compared to some Samsung phones that use ultrasonic sensor and have the said feature.

    I can confirm the ROM is very stable with great battery life and includes a fully functional OOS cam.

    I haven't tried off-screen gestures, OTA or Havoc ROM for that matter so can't comment.
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    This is a small project based on AOSP. We try to be a platform for beginners and support the Custom ROM community with our own unique contributions as well. This ROM exists thanks to inspiration of AOSiP, Thank you! #StayDerped


    GApps included!

    - User builds, signed with release keys like stock
    - Google network stack
    - Google PSU support
    - Google APN's and CarrierConfig
    - Accent color, font, icon shape, icon pack customizations from Bootleggers
    - Statusbar icons tuner
    - App lock
    - Face unlock
    - Expandable volume panel
    - Omni weather
    - Gvisual Mod
    - Advanced gesture navigation options
    - FOD icon picker and wallpaper based color option
    - FOD Animations
    - Custom logo customizations
    - Custom Carrier Label & Carrier Label Placement
    - AOD Schedule options
    - 3 finger swipe to screenshot
    - Cycle through ringer modes
    - Adaptive playback
    - Long press power button to toggle flashlight
    - Long press volume button to skip track
    - Advanced reboot options
    - Additional lockscreen sclocks
    - QS tile styles
    - Switch styles
    - Custom QS headers
    - Edge light options
    - Battery light toggle
    - Scrolling screenshot (Asus stitchimage)
    - Battery icon styles (circle/bar/hidden)
    - QS quick pulldown
    - Bunch of useful QS tiles in addition to AOSP ones:
    - AOD
    - Caffeine
    - Data Switch
    - Location modes
    - HeadsUp (peek notifications)
    - Kill app
    - Weather
    - USB tethering
    - Screenshot (partial/full)
    - Sound (ringer modes)
    - Sound search
    - Reboot (system/recovery)
    - Mono/Stereo
    - Notifications clear all button
    - OOS-inspired QS tiles layout
    - Data usage under QS
    - Small oreo-like data type icon
    - Traffic indicator for wifi and mobile data
    - OOS-inspired Network speed indicator
    - VoLTE/VoWiFi multi-sim icon
    - Lockscreen media art and blur level controls
    - Improved statusbar pulldown blur
    - Added blur to power menu
    - Double tap to sleep on statusbar, launcher, lockscreen
    - Finer control over font size
    - Mini panels for wifi, bluetooth, NFC
    - Per-app network restrictions
    - Allow hotspot/tethering to use VPN (toggleable)
    - Additional charging info on lockscreen
    - Statusbar bluetooth battery level
    - NFC tile for devices with nfc
    - Multi SIM ringtone setting
    - Screen recorder stop dot and low quality options
    - Bring back 2 button navigation from pie
    - Delete button for screenshots
    - Show 3 QS columns when media player is inactive
    - Faster fingerprint wakeup
    - Pixel offline charging animation (for supported devices)
    - Enabled iorap and zygote preforking (for faster app launch)
    - One click to add/remove QS tiles
    - Hacks to bypass safetynet and root detection
    - Few pixel features like assist disclosure, live captions, adaptive connectivity
    - Optimizations and fixes from AOSPA, ProtonAOSP & upstream AOSP master

    - CAF functionality improvements/enhancements:
    - Bluetooth A2DP hardware offload
    - Audio policy extensions
    - Camera extensions
    - Telephony framework
    - Individual sim toggle (for some dualsim devices)
    - WiFi display/miracast
    - Hardware accelerated screen recording
    - NQ NFC support (for nfc supported devices)
    - Power off alarm in inbuilt clock app
    - Touch response optimizations
    - Performance improvements & fixes throughout the system

    What's broken?


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    Flashing Instructions
    1. Download Fastboot ROMinstaller ( These zips have both payload_dumper and fastboot_installer ) and extract it's zip
    2. Copy the playload.bin file from Rom zip file to payload_dumper >> payload_input folder
    3. Now Run payload_dumper.exe
    4. Wait for extract
    5. After extracting completes, go to payload_output folder and copy all the img files to the fastboot_installer folder
    6. Now connect your device to pc
    7. Reboot your device to fastboot mode
    8. Now Run ROMinstaller.exe
    9. It's reboot to fastbootd
    10. Wait for flashing complete
    12. Now select reboot recovery
    13. Do factory reset your device (Not required if updating rom)
    14. If you want to use magisk then flash magisk.zip via adb sideload ( optional )
    14. Reboot to System

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    Thanks section
    Here's my thanks to people who made this possible:
    10X OS
    Evolution X
    Pixeldust Project
    Spark Os
    Syberia Project

    Any others we may have forgotten to credit

    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

    ROM Source
    Device Source
    Kernel Source
    Just got approved for official status so will be uploading a new build soon with official status and ota's/changelogs.
    This really was @theincognito project. I just picked it up to tinker with it. I certainly dont want to take away from what hes done/doing. Incredbly nice as well.
    Just uploaded a new build, changelog is there in this section. Enjoy everyone!!
    Yep, but the thread was posted by apophis9283. I think apophis used incognito's trees for building. Not sure though.
    Yes and no. I did start with his trees. He's in my small chat on telegram. So yes collaboration was part of it. I made changes outside of his. I had source that had a ton more changes like more options in TWRP etc... But I lost that image and source when Linux entered an unrecoverable state. When I get it all back you can check periodically on my AFH in a few days. Ill have more fixes I'll be adding. Incognito was absolutely fundamental in what I did. I do not want to take away from his amazing work. Once I get everything going again, I'll be sharing my source with him.