Development [ROM][11.0_r63]JAGUAR ONEPLUS 9 OFFICIAL V28 Updated January 5, 2023

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EtherealRemnant

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So I flashed this ROM last night and after setting it up, I definitely like it a lot but there are some issues I can't figure out.

-When doing the initial setup when it asks if you have a Jaguar backup, I said I did, and setup crashed. I don't actually have a backup but just something I noticed.

-Sometimes the Play Store just randomly crashes and I will get a notification that it has repeatedly crashed.

-I can't get the AOD to work properly. I can turn it on all the time but I can't seem to get the behavior I desire which is to only have it activate when I pick up or tap my phone.

-When toggling WiFi or mobile network settings between 4G and 5G, Android crashed and re-sprung the first time I toggled them. It seems to be fine now though.

-When on 5G SA, the phone only shows 1 bar even though the signal is stronger than my LTE signal, with SA being around -90 and LTE being around 10dB worse. It also doesn't ever seem to want to hang on to the signal and never connects to n41 so I am getting no speed benefit from 5G.

-I can get 5G to work on my T-Mobile based SIM but it doesn't work at all on my Verizon-based SIM.
 
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So I flashed this ROM last night and after setting it up, I definitely like it a lot but there are some issues I can't figure out.

-When doing the initial setup when it asks if you have a Jaguar backup, I said I did, and setup crashed. I don't actually have a backup but just something I noticed.

-Sometimes the Play Store just randomly crashes and I will get a notification that it has repeatedly crashed.

-I can't get the AOD to work properly. I can turn it on all the time but I can't seem to get the behavior I desire which is to only have it activate when I pick up or tap my phone.

-When toggling WiFi or mobile network settings between 4G and 5G, Android crashed and re-sprung the first time I toggled them. It seems to be fine now though.

-When on 5G SA, the phone only shows 1 bar even though the signal is stronger than my LTE signal, with SA being around -90 and LTE being around 10dB worse. It also doesn't ever seem to want to hang on to the signal and never connects to n41 so I am getting no speed benefit from 5G.

-I can get 5G to work on my T-Mobile based SIM but it doesn't work at all on my Verizon-based SIM.
1. Setup wizard is a part of Gapps, i.e., not a part of the rom. So, to set up things, you needed to say No to backup.

2. AOD: you need to access AOD features in Settings/DisplayLockscreen/Ambient display. There you will have working options for pickup, pocket, wakeup etc. Options in Settings/Romcontrol don't work on all devices.

3. For Playstore crashes: you need to use Zgisk + modules to pass Safetynet. Also, check permissions: must be enabled for all Gapps.

4. You are not going to have steady 5G on Verizon, because it is available only to their own (branded) devices. All others are scaled down. In my humble view, Verizon wireless is a sh..ty service. I ditched them 20+ years ago, when right before traveling to Italy, I called Verizon and asked if my phone (a 2 pound brick) would work in Italy. They assured me: Yes, 100%. Not only the phone didn't work at all (No service), but it was 5 times bigger than Italian phones, which used digital services already. Italians looked at me as though I came from the 19th century. So, when I came back, I switched to Omnipoint, which was later bought by T-Mobile. For about 10 years, not only my phone worked all over the world, but I also was getting free incoming calls in most countries.
 
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1. Setup wizard is a part of Gapps, i.e., not a part of the rom. So, to set up things, you needed to say No to backup.

2. AOD: you need to access AOD features in Settings/DisplayLockscreen/Ambient display. There you will have working options for pickup, pocket, wakeup etc. Options in Settings/Romcontrol don't work on all devices.

3. For Playstore crashes: you need to use Zgisk + modules to pass Safetynet. Also, check permissions: must be enabled for all Gapps.

4. You are not going to have steady 5G on Verizon, because it is available only to their own (branded) devices. All others are scaled down. In my humble view, Verizon wireless is a sh..ty. I ditched them 20+ years ago, when right before traveling to Italy, I called Verizon and asked if my phone (a 2 pound brick) would work in Italy. They assured me: Yes, 100%. Not only the phone didn't work at all (No service), but it was 5 times bigger than Italian phones, which used digital services already. Italians looked at me as though I came from the 19th century. So, when I came back, I switched to Omnipoint, which was later bought by T-Mobile. For about 10 years, not only my phone worked all over the world, but I also was getting free incoming calls in most countries.
1) Gotcha. Figured since the name was customized it might actually work. I hate having to set everything up from scratch lol.

2) I have turned those settings on and it still doesn't work. It only works if I turn it on all the time and the battery penalty from that is too much.

3) I didn't flash Magisk and everything else is working fine. I can even use Security Service FCU which is my most picky banking app and won't even let me log in if it detects anything. I do see that Play Store is not certified though and yeah, that will cause problems. No idea why it hasn't up til now with any of my apps. I hate messing with Magisk but I guess I don't have a choice.

4) Verizon does suck. They're so bad here it's almost comical. T-Mobile's n41 can push 200+ all day, so can AT&T's LTE, but Verizon you're lucky to get 20 at 2AM. I have an Xfinity Mobile SIM for the $200 bonus they offered so I stuck it in just to see. While my 12 Pro Max jumps on 5G nationwide and stays there, my OnePlus has always been picky, but usually it will hop on if I toggle airplane mode and I wasn't able to trigger it at all on this ROM. Not a big deal to me, just something I noticed.
 

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1) Gotcha. Figured since the name was customized it might actually work. I hate having to set everything up from scratch lol.

2) I have turned those settings on and it still doesn't work. It only works if I turn it on all the time and the battery penalty from that is too much.

3) I didn't flash Magisk and everything else is working fine. I can even use Security Service FCU which is my most picky banking app and won't even let me log in if it detects anything. I do see that Play Store is not certified though and yeah, that will cause problems. No idea why it hasn't up til now with any of my apps. I hate messing with Magisk but I guess I don't have a choice.

4) Verizon does suck. They're so bad here it's almost comical. T-Mobile's n41 can push 200+ all day, so can AT&T's LTE, but Verizon you're lucky to get 20 at 2AM. I have an Xfinity Mobile SIM for the $200 bonus they offered so I stuck it in just to see. While my 12 Pro Max jumps on 5G nationwide and stays there, my OnePlus has always been picky, but usually it will hop on if I toggle airplane mode and I wasn't able to trigger it at all on this ROM. Not a big deal to me, just something I noticed.
For pickup notifications to work, you must enable ambient display in display/lockscreen and pick among 2 options. AOD must be disabled. All pickup/pocket toggles in Romcontrol/Notifications must be turned off. That's how I have it on my Oneplus 8 and it works.

Edit: Ambient display doesn't take much of a battery, but AOD does.
 
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For pickup notifications to work, you must enable ambient display in display/lockscreen and pick among 2 options. AOD must be disabled. All pickup/pocket toggles in Romcontrol/Notifications must be turned off. That's how I have it on my Oneplus 8 and it works.

Edit: Ambient display doesn't take much of a battery, but AOD does.
I toggled everything on and back off again, still wasn't working. Rebooted the device and it's working now, thanks.

I guess I will have to mess with Magisk later. I still have another 100 or so apps I have to install and configure since I couldn't restore my backup. 😅
 

optimumpro

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April 30. New release

1. Wakelock blockers in kernel
2. Jaguar version is now displayed in About phone
3. Choice for temperature units F/C for lockscreen battery info
4. A bunch of other under the hood improvements
5. Fixes array mismatch in fingerprint

Download in post #3.
 

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Unfortunately, after the flash, the unit turned into a brick. Only the message "crushdump device" was shown, the phone only entered fastboot mode.
I am using Windows 11 and I have some problem with drivers, in "device manager" after entering "fast boot" mode. There are no drivers fully installed although I have installed them. I had to use the MSM tool
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Unfortunately, after the flash, the unit turned into a brick. Only the message "crushdump device" was shown, the phone only entered fastboot mode.
I am using Windows 11 and I have some problem with drivers, in "device manager" after entering "fast boot" mode. There are no drivers fully installed although I have installed them. I had to use the MSM tool
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I had the same issue when I flashed, both the vanilla and full ROM...steps I followed

* MSM back to stock
*Local upgrade to 11.2.10
*Unlocked Bootloader and after reboot, fastboot flash Boot.img
*Adb sideload ROM, then factory reset
*Reboot to system
*After Bootloader warning screen goes black then after a minute or so shows Qualcomm crash dump

Not sure where I went wrong but obviously I messed up somewhere lol

I didn't MSM.though once I got back to Fastboot I just flash another recovery and flashed one of the A12 ROMS. I'd love to jump on this one though
 

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I had the same issue when I flashed, both the vanilla and full ROM...steps I followed

* MSM back to stock
*Local upgrade to 11.2.10
*Unlocked Bootloader and after reboot, fastboot flash Boot.img
*Adb sideload ROM, then factory reset
*Reboot to system
*After Bootloader warning screen goes black then after a minute or so shows Qualcomm crash dump

Not sure where I went wrong but obviously I messed up somewhere lol

I didn't MSM.though once I got back to Fastboot I just flash another recovery and flashed one of the A12 ROMS. I'd love to jump on this one though
Unfortunately, after the flash, the unit turned into a brick. Only the message "crushdump device" was shown, the phone only entered fastboot mode.
I am using Windows 11 and I have some problem with drivers, in "device manager" after entering "fast boot" mode. There are no drivers fully installed although I have installed them. I had to use the MSM tool
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There is only one reason you could get qualcom crash: improper downgrade from OOS-12.

Don't you need to use Oneplus's downgrade zip?

Both of you have only one working slot. That explains why in one case you went to 'another A12' rom and booted: Jaguar was installed into a non-working slot. Your A12 rom went into the working slot. Next time when you flash something, you won't boot again.

In another case (jumis), you had a previous release of Jaguar in the working slot, and with the latest update, the rom went to the non working one.
 
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There is only one reason you could get qualcom crash: improper downgrade from OOS-12.

Don't you need to use Oneplus's downgrade zip?

Both of you have only one working slot. That explains why in one case you went to 'another A12' rom and booted: Jaguar was installed into a non-working slot. Your A12 rom went into the working slot. Next time when you flash something, you won't boot again.

In another case (jumis), you had a previous release of Jaguar in the working slot, and with the latest update, the rom went to the non working one.
Ahhhh ok makes sense now, I'll probably make another attempt later today. Thanks
 

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There is only one reason you could get qualcom crash: improper downgrade from OOS-12.

Don't you need to use Oneplus's downgrade zip?

Both of you have only one working slot. That explains why in one case you went to 'another A12' rom and booted: Jaguar was installed into a non-working slot. Your A12 rom went into the working slot. Next time when you flash something, you won't boot again.

In another case (jumis), you had a previous release of Jaguar in the working slot, and with the latest update, the rom went to the non working one.
I just did flaSH on the wrong slot. I think right? "
 

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I just did flaSH on the wrong slot. I think right? "
The 'wrong' slot is the one that doesn't have OOS-11. Hence, that slot can't support custom roms. When you flash roms, slots get changed on each flash. So, when you get to a slot that has OOS-11, you can boot. The next flash, the rom goes to the slot that has no OOS and you get bumped to bootloader or black screen. So, from black screen, go to recovery and flash Jaguar and you will boot. After that, boot official TWRP (from fastboot) and flash OOS-11. This time, it will go to the slot that didn't have it before. After that, you are set to flash any custom rom.
 
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May 6, New release V-20

1. May security patches
2. Android r55
3. Fixed recovery to allow installing zips with non-Jaguar signature (Magisk). Recovery will install automatically: just reboot.

Download in post #3.
 

optimumpro

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May 11. New release V-20.1

1. Redone adaptive brightness
2. Call recording (bug introduced in V-20) fixed
3. Captive portal: added 3 options Standard (Google), Alternative and Disabled) and moved to Settings/Network
4. Fingerprint icons and colors made more transparent, so, now fingerpint works flawlessly.

Download in post #3.
 

optimumpro

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June 7. New release V-21:

1. Bootlooping introduced in V20.1 has been fixed (confirmed)
2. June security patches
3. Android r56
4. Automatic sleep/suspend mode (scheduled by a user) in Settings/Battery
5. 'Internet permission missing' issue with several apps fixed. Now, all apps including Googleplay, as well as third party apps, have no problems connecting to the internet (no F/C)
6. Automatic brightness fluctuation fixed
7. One shot auto brightness
8. In call volume increased

Download in post #3
 

sunyakram

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I'm using this rom from last 10 days,
Good rom control features,
Battery timing is also better .

But I'm also facing some issues .

1st .
Sometimes screen goes to sleep but not wake on double tap or power button , I can turn torch by long pressing power button or volume rocker but cant wake phone . Sometimes long pressing power but reboots it and everything works fine.

2nd .
Battery charge speed is good at start but after 90% it goes down to 200ma ,maybe I've messed up with the charging settings .

3rd.
Sometimes Call of duty can't access internet , but sometimes I can play .
Application's internet access settings are ON.
Fingerprint scanner is bit lazy (I'm usin a screen protector ).

Please help me .
Thanks for good Rom.
 

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    Actually when you touch the fingerprint area when the screen is off, the screen wakes up. It's a bug that was introduced with screen Off FOD. It's the main thing stopping me from using the ROM. Otherwise the ROM is great.
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    TELEGRAM CHANNEL ADDED: HERE
    TELEGRAM CHAT GROUP: HERE

    Jaguar is available on locked bootloader with working root (Magisk)

    VERSION 19 FIXES SAFETYNET ISSUES WHEN USING MAGISK 24.3
    See instructions Here


    You can actually use alarm when the phone is shut down. It would boot 2 minutes prior to scheduled time and trigger the alarm on time

    This is official build of Jaguar Rom.

    I have been building Android roms since 2012 for various devices including multiple Sonys, Lenovo Zuk, Oneplus 3, Oneplus 5 and Oneplus 6 and Oneplus 8 series. You can check my Oneplus 8 or Oneplus 8T or Oneplus 6 or Oneplus 6T or Oneplus 8 Pro or Oneplus 9 Pro threads.

    Jaguar rom is focused on hardening of AndroidOS and kernel. As such, the rom has hardened bionic, art, framework and tightened security. It is also built with global 'optimize for speed', as opposed to 'optimize for size' flag, which makes it faster, but larger in size.

    The rom is in 16th release for Oneplus 6, 6T and 8 series, and therefore hard-rock stable with all bugs ironed some time ago. Everything works... .

    Why not Android 12? Because I am not in the habit of posting undercooked releases. In my experience, Android new releases don't become stable until r40+. Why? Ask Google. My take is: their main product is selling user data, so, everything else is on the back burner. So, not yet...


    1 Rom control with custom Power options, Statusbar, Buttons, Navbar, Quicksettings, Lockscreen, Notifications, Gestures, Themes etc...

    2. Heavily modified Art, Bionic System/Vold and System/Security

    3. Telephony response to Type Zero sms ('silently acknowledged') disabled

    4. Toggle to disable Captive Portal logging.

    5. Speakerphone proximity sensor toggle - could be set to automatically switch to speaker when not at the ear

    6. IMEI and phone numbers hidden in About menu

    7. Built-in encrypted DNS providers, such as: Cloudflare (US); LibreDns (Germany); AdguardDns (Cyprus); and PowerDns (Netherlands)

    8. Wakelock and Alarmblocker

    9. Fully working Call recording with the button visible in Dialer

    10. Deskclock app modified to work with PowerOn alarm. The app will boot the phone 2 minutes before scheduled time to trigger the alarm on time

    11. Default Dark mode

    12. All regular customizations plus. You tell me which feature is missing.

    13. Prebuilt Magisk 23 (coming soon to 9). You wouldn't have to flash it, just need to install Magisk manager.

    Install instructions (for first time use):


    OOS 11 in both slots. Keep in mind, MSM takes care of one slot only. You need to manually install OOS-11 into another slot. Either boot into system (after MSM) and install OOS-11 by using a local option or boot into TWRP and install OOS-11 aggain. If there is no suitable OOS-11 for your device (branded etc), use Lineage's partition copy method. Link here

    1. Fastboot flash recovery images:

    Code:
    fastboot flash boot_a boot.img
    fastboot flash boot_b boot.img

    2. Reboot in recovery, sideload the rom and do factory reset.
    If you want Gapps, they should be flashed before the first boot into system, i.e., after flashing the rom, reboot in Recovery (mandatory) and flash Gapps.

    When downloading from XDA or Android File host, put your browser in incognito.

    Download rom: HERE
    Download boot.img: HERE

    All subsequent releases will be in post #3

    XDA:DevDB Information

    JAGUAR R, ROM for the OnePlus 9

    Contributors
    optimumpro

    Special thanks to @iaio72 for patient testing: took a lot of flashing and logcat submission until he said and I am quotting: 'Everything works perfectly'. :)

    Kernel Source Code: HERE


    ROM OS Version: 11.x R
    ROM Kernel: Linux 5.x
    ROM Firmware Required: OOS11 in both slots
    Based On: AOSP/Lineage/DirtyUnicorn/Crdroid

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Stable Release Date: 2021-01-26

    Created: 2022-02-06
    Updated: 2023-01-05

    Credit: AOSP, Lineage, DU, Crdroid, GrapheneOS, CalyxOS
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    September 7. New release V-24: major update

    1. September security patches
    2. Android r59

    3.Ability to change clock size in statusbar and quicksettings
    4. Rom is now compatible with Magisk 25 and Lsposed
    5. Fingerprint enrollment fixed

    Download in post #3.
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    The rom could be used on locked bootloader with ROOT (donate feature) with or without Gapps.

    The benefits of LOCKED BOOTLOADER combined with WORKING AVB-2 protection are:


    Get your DRM L1 certificate back. Most banking apps (if not all) will work with or without Magisk: you cimply get a warning 'your devices is rooted', but you can proceed to login

    Security: Nobody and nothing can modify Kernel, Recovery and Virtual Partitions without triggering a red screen of death with the message 'your device is corrupted and cannot boot'.

    At that point, the only option is to unlock bootloader. But, if a user had previously disabled OEM unlock in Developer settings, then unlocking becomes unavailable, and so does flashing via fastboot. In other words, if your phone gets into the hands of an adversary, their only option is to use MSM tool to make the phone work again, but no access to your data or any other partition.


    The rom will allow you to flash Magisk and Gapps on locked bootloader.

    Some screenshots of the rom (from Oneplus 8 thread): HERE
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    Watch for full and vanilla versions, depending on your preferences

    Magisk 25 and LSposed are loading now.


    January 5. New release V-28

    1. January security patches
    2. Android r63
    3. Updated kernel
    4. Bionic ported from Android 13
    5. Smart pixels removed (poorly implemented and unfixable)
    6. Trustcor certificates removed


    Due to some changes in kernel, and the fact I don't have any of the 9 series, there is a slight chance this version may not boot. If so, please run a logcat.

    Dirty flashing is fine on a previous release

    Download rom V28 VANILLA: Here

    DOwnload rom V28 FULL: Here

    December 7. New release V-27

    1. December security patches
    2. Android r62
    3. Full internal Firewall (In Settings/Network & Internet)
    4. Multi-resolution for Gcam
    5. Background notification opacity
    6. Webview to 108
    7. Reworked Connectivity settings: make sure it is OFF in Settings/Network & Internet, then toggle airplane mode OFF/On


    Dirty flashing on a previous release is fine

    Download rom V27 VANILLA: Here

    Download rom V27 FULL: Here


    November 9. New release V26:

    1. November security patches
    2. Android r61
    3. Dialer, Contacts, Calendar and Calculator are aligned with system-wide accents
    4. Screen flickering leftovers on FOD unlock are completely gone
    5. Smart pixels no longer disable permissions
    6. Toggle to turn on/off screenshot saving (Settings/Privacy)
    7. Webview to .107

    Dirty flashing on a previous release is fine

    Download rom V26 VANILLA: Here

    Download rom V26 FULL: Here

    October 7. New release V-25

    1. October security patches
    2. Android r60
    3. Fingerprint brightness flickering - addressed
    4. Webview 106.x

    Dirty flashing on a previous release is fine

    Download rom V25 VANILLA: Here

    Download rom V25 FULL: Here

    September 7. New release V-24: major update

    1. September security patches
    2. Android r59

    3.Ability to change clock size in statusbar and quicksettings
    4. Rom is now compatible with Magisk 25 and Lsposed
    5. Fingerprint enrollment fixed

    Dirty flashing is fine on previous releases

    Download rom V-24 VANILLA: Here

    Download rom V-24 FULL: Here

    August 7. New release V-23

    1. August security patches
    2. Android r58
    3. 5G network options in OneplusSettings

    Dirty flashing is fine on a previous release

    Download rom V-23 VANILLA: Here

    Download rom V-23 FULL: Here

    July 8. New release V-22

    1. July security patches
    2. Android r57
    3. Clear clipboard quick setting toggle
    4. Metro audio player
    5. Many under the hood improvements

    Download rom V-22 FULL: Here

    Download rom V-22 VANILLA: Here

    June 7. New release V-21:

    1. Bootlooping introduced in V20.1 has been fixed (confirmed)
    2. June security patches
    3. Android r56
    4. Automatic sleep/suspend mode (scheduled by a user) in Settings/Battery
    5. 'Internet permission missing' issue with several apps fixed. Now, all apps including Googleplay, as well as third party apps, have no problems connecting to the internet (no F/C)
    6. Automatic brightness fluctuation fixed
    7. One shot auto brightness
    8. In call volume increased

    Dirty flashing is fine on a previous release

    Download rom V21-VANILLA: Here

    Download rom V21-FULL: Here

    Download recovery: Here

    May 11. New release V-20.1

    1. Redone adaptive brightness
    2. Call recording (bug introduced in V-20) fixed
    3. Captive portal: added 3 options Standard (Google), Alternative and Disabled) and moved to Settings/Network
    4. Fingerprint icons and colors made more transparent, so, now fingerpint works flawlessly.


    As always, dirty flashing is fine on previous releases

    Download rom V-20.1 VANILLA: Here

    Download rom V-20.1 FULL: Here

    Download Recovery: Recovery

    May 6, New release V-20

    1. May security patches
    2. Android r55
    3. Fixed recovery to allow installing zips with non-Jaguar signature (Magisk). Recovery will install automatically: just reboot.

    Dirty flashing is fine on a previous release:

    Download rom V20-VANILLA: Here

    Download rom V20-FULL: Here


    April 30. New release

    1. Wakelock blockers in kernel
    2. Jaguar version is now displayed in About phone
    3. Choice for temperature units F/C for lockscreen battery info
    4. A bunch of other under the hood improvements
    5. Fixes array mismatch in fingerprint


    Dirty flashing is fine

    Download rom Vanilla version: Here

    Download rom Full version: Here


    April 16. New release V-19.1:

    1. AOD is fully working (see screenshot Here)

    2. Experimental feature: toggle to spoof Pixel to get unlimited storage for Google Photos (in Settings/Accessibility)

    Dirty flashing on a previous release is fine.

    Download V-19.1-VANILLA: Here

    Download V-19.1-FULL: Here

    Recovery: Here

    April 7: New release V-19


    This version fixes Safetynet issues with Magisk 24.3, confirmed by a Oneplus 8 user: here

    1. April security patches
    2. Google r54
    3. Switched to AOSP webview 100.x
    4. Should work with Zgisk
    5. Seedvault is back

    Dirty flash is fine on a previous release

    Download rom V-19 FULL: Here

    Download rom V-19 VANILLA: Here

    Download recovery: Here


    March 12, Full version release

    1. March security patches
    2. Android r53
    3. User build
    4. Updated kernel
    5. Options to choose between Bromite and Vanadium webivew

    Download rom V-18 Full version: HERE
    Recovery: Here

    Download rom V-18 Vanilla version: Here
    Recovery: Here

    February 19. New release V-17

    1. February security patches
    2. Android r52
    3. New recovery
    4. Toggle to hide statusbar clock (when launcher is active)
    5. Toggle to enable torch blinking on incoming calls
    6. Display calibration section in Settings/Display

    Dirty flashing on top of a previous release is fine.

    Download rom V-17: HERE
    Boot/Recovery: HERE

    Vendor_boot isn't required.
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    February 19. New release V-17

    1. February security patches
    2. Android r52
    3. New recovery
    4. Toggle to hide statusbar clock (when launcher is active)
    5. Toggle to enable torch blinking on incoming calls
    6. Display calibration section in Settings/Display

    Download in post #3.