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bestiatester

Member
Mar 29, 2013
40
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BE3pE0l.png

Code:
*** Disclaimer
I am not responsible for any damage you made to your device
You have been warned


crDroid is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device also attempting to bringing many of the best features existent today


Features:
https://github.com/crdroidandroid/crdroid_features/blob/10.0/README.mkdn

Flashing Instructions:
Flox is how LineageOS has chosen to name the repartitioned version of flo, which means that if you haven't repartitioned your Nexus 7 2013 you must repartition it before even trying to flash this. Please read LineageOS instructions here before trying anything.

Pre-installation:


Sources:
ROM: https://github.com/crdroidandroid
Kernel: https://github.com/LineageOS/android_kernel_google_msm
Device: https://github.com/LineageOS/android_device_asus_flox

Download:

ROM


Known issues:
Battery is shown as charging at 0 mA.
When scanning the face unlock the camera shows left side of video Ok but right side darkened, cameras seem to work ok on other apps.

Visit official website @ crDroid.net
crDroid Community Telegram
Donate to help our team pay server costs
 
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Mr.Conkel

Senior Member
Oct 10, 2020
199
53
London
Nexus 7 (2013)
OnePlus 5T
BE3pE0l.png

Code:
*** Disclaimer
I am not responsible for any damage you made to your device
You have been warned


crDroid is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device also attempting to bringing many of the best features existent today


Features:
https://github.com/crdroidandroid/crdroid_features/blob/10.0/README.mkdn

Flashing Instructions:
Flox is how LineageOS has chosen to name the repartitioned version of flo, which means that if you haven't repartitioned your Nexus 7 2013 you must repartition it before even trying to flash this. Please read LineageOS instructions here before trying anything.

Pre-installation:


Sources:
ROM: https://github.com/crdroidandroid

Download:

ROM


Known issues:
Battery is shown as charging at 0 mA.
When scanning the face unlock the camera shows left side of video Ok but right side darkened, cameras seem to work ok on other apps.

Visit official website @ crDroid.net
crDroid <device> Telegram
crDroid Community Telegram
Donate to help our team pay server costs
OH MY GAWD I'M IN LOVE😍 everything working great here. This rom is surprisingly smooth with MicroG installed. Long live the Nexus 7!
 
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Mr.Conkel

Senior Member
Oct 10, 2020
199
53
London
Nexus 7 (2013)
OnePlus 5T
Can you share the steps you used to get microG to work? I am having a hard time getting them to work on LOS 18.1 and This ROM as well!
Well the steps can be different on Los 18.1 because Signature spoofing is not built in to Los but it is on Crdroid which makes it was less of a pain because you don't need Xposed for things to work correctly.

So starting with Crdroid go about your normal setup and install Magisk per normal. Afterwards you're going to need to select a package from this link normally minimalAP or the Standard package should be just fine. These packages have everything you need to get MicroG working with the Google Play store the only difference between minimal is Aurora Services and the location backends which a tablet doesn't necessarily need but it depends on what you use it for.

After flashing this through recovery follow these steps..

Initial Setup:
- Complete the setup wizard actions as you prefer
- Open the app drawer and long-press on Play Store to choose the App Info button
- Go to Permissions, then Additional permissions and change Spoof package signature to Allow, go back to home screen afterward
- Run the microG Settings app — The rest of these instructions are taken almost directly from https://gitlab.com/Nanolx/NanoDroid/-/blob/master/doc/microGsetup.md
- Choose Self-Check at the top of the list, and start tapping on the second item, System grants signature spoofing permission which should prompt a permission request
- Everything should now be checked on the Self-Check screen, go back to main microG Settings screen
- Choose Google device registration and enable the Register device switch, then go back
- Choose Cloud Messaging and enable the Receive push notifications switch, then go back
- SafetyNet doesn't actually work or pass right now, but you can try enabling it in the same manner as above
- Choose Location modules and enable at least one "Network-based Geolocation module" and one "Address lookup module". I usually only turn on Deja Vu Location Service from the top list; it seems to work well enough for driving directions here, and of course choose Nominatim from the lower list because it's the only one there
- This is important: Reboot now before you add a Google account or do anything else to the Play Store app
- After rebooting, go back into microG Settings app and make sure that all of the Self-Check items are still checked, and then make sure that Google Device Registration, Cloud Messaging, and SafetyNet are still enabled — if they were not, enable them.
- Now get app info for Play Store, clear cache (yes, again), then launch the app
- Add your Google account, and verify that it will show your app library — Purchased apps won't show as paid-for yet, this will take approximately 24 hours until Google decides it likes your new Android ID
- Open Settings app, then Accounts then choose your Google account, then chose Personal info & privacy, and make sure Allow apps to find accounts is enabled
- That should be everything!
Then after a few hours (a day or so) you should have complete access to you paid apps and you're good to go. Let me know if you need anything else!
 
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GeekyTanuj

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Well the steps can be different on Los 18.1 because Signature spoofing is not built in to Los but it is on Crdroid which makes it was less of a pain because you don't need Xposed for things to work correctly.

So starting with Crdroid go about your normal setup and install Magisk per normal. Afterwards you're going to need to select a package from this link normally minimalAP or the Standard package should be just fine. These packages have everything you need to get MicroG working with the Google Play store the only difference between minimal is Aurora Services and the location backends which a tablet doesn't necessarily need but it depends on what you use it for.

After flashing this through recovery follow these steps..

Initial Setup:
- Complete the setup wizard actions as you prefer
- Open the app drawer and long-press on Play Store to choose the App Info button
- Go to Permissions, then Additional permissions and change Spoof package signature to Allow, go back to home screen afterward
- Run the microG Settings app — The rest of these instructions are taken almost directly from https://gitlab.com/Nanolx/NanoDroid/-/blob/master/doc/microGsetup.md
- Choose Self-Check at the top of the list, and start tapping on the second item, System grants signature spoofing permission which should prompt a permission request
- Everything should now be checked on the Self-Check screen, go back to main microG Settings screen
- Choose Google device registration and enable the Register device switch, then go back
- Choose Cloud Messaging and enable the Receive push notifications switch, then go back
- SafetyNet doesn't actually work or pass right now, but you can try enabling it in the same manner as above
- Choose Location modules and enable at least one "Network-based Geolocation module" and one "Address lookup module". I usually only turn on Deja Vu Location Service from the top list; it seems to work well enough for driving directions here, and of course choose Nominatim from the lower list because it's the only one there
- This is important: Reboot now before you add a Google account or do anything else to the Play Store app
- After rebooting, go back into microG Settings app and make sure that all of the Self-Check items are still checked, and then make sure that Google Device Registration, Cloud Messaging, and SafetyNet are still enabled — if they were not, enable them.
- Now get app info for Play Store, clear cache (yes, again), then launch the app
- Add your Google account, and verify that it will show your app library — Purchased apps won't show as paid-for yet, this will take approximately 24 hours until Google decides it likes your new Android ID
- Open Settings app, then Accounts then choose your Google account, then chose Personal info & privacy, and make sure Allow apps to find accounts is enabled
- That should be everything!
Then after a few hours (a day or so) you should have complete access to you paid apps and you're good to go. Let me know if you need anything else!
Thanks for this guide! Really helped me get things going smoothly! Love this ROM.
 
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jojo33680

Member
Oct 17, 2013
31
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Hi,
I need dt2w but i can't activate it, does thé kernel support it?
Can you Hello me please?
Thanks you
 

Udonitron

Senior Member
Apr 15, 2010
634
26
Victoria
I am running an old 7.0 Resurrection ROM on my N7.
TWRP is installed & bootloader unlocked so I suspect I would just need to repartition & install?

No clue why ADBgives me these errors in powershell.

fastboot : The term 'fastboot' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program.
Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.
At line:1 char:1
+ fastboot
+ ~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : ObjectNotFound: (fastboot:String) [], CommandNotFoundException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : CommandNotFoundException
 

jamescable

Senior Member
Feb 3, 2011
1,315
354
Louisville
Nexus 7 (2013)
OnePlus 7 Pro
For those who have partition with a different method like me that is NOT flox so they can flash other ROMs, replace this in the ROM zip. All I did was remove assert get prop that checks to make sure your tablet is the right one for the ROM. It won't flash if you're not using flox repartition so I changed it to allow it to flash. I have 1.6gb of system space and am able to flash this ROM, opengapps pico, magisk and custom kernel with no issues running a non flox repartition.

 

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    Hi,
    I need dt2w but i can't activate it, does thé kernel support it?
    Can you Hello me please?
    Thanks you
    you need to use the Exkernel to enable dt2w. Here's the latest one: Link.
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    BE3pE0l.png

    Code:
    *** Disclaimer
    I am not responsible for any damage you made to your device
    You have been warned


    crDroid is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device also attempting to bringing many of the best features existent today


    Features:
    https://github.com/crdroidandroid/crdroid_features/blob/10.0/README.mkdn

    Flashing Instructions:
    Flox is how LineageOS has chosen to name the repartitioned version of flo, which means that if you haven't repartitioned your Nexus 7 2013 you must repartition it before even trying to flash this. Please read LineageOS instructions here before trying anything.

    Pre-installation:


    Sources:
    ROM: https://github.com/crdroidandroid
    Kernel: https://github.com/LineageOS/android_kernel_google_msm
    Device: https://github.com/LineageOS/android_device_asus_flox

    Download:

    ROM


    Known issues:
    Battery is shown as charging at 0 mA.
    When scanning the face unlock the camera shows left side of video Ok but right side darkened, cameras seem to work ok on other apps.

    Visit official website @ crDroid.net
    crDroid Community Telegram
    Donate to help our team pay server costs
    2
    Hi,
    I need dt2w but i can't activate it, does thé kernel support it?
    Can you Hello me please?
    Thanks you
    you need to use the Exkernel to enable dt2w. Here's the latest one: Link.
    1
    OH MY GAWD I'M IN LOVE😍 everything working great here. This rom is surprisingly smooth with MicroG installed. Long live the Nexus 7!
    Can you share the steps you used to get microG to work? I am having a hard time getting them to work on LOS 18.1 and This ROM as well!
    1
    Can you share the steps you used to get microG to work? I am having a hard time getting them to work on LOS 18.1 and This ROM as well!
    Well the steps can be different on Los 18.1 because Signature spoofing is not built in to Los but it is on Crdroid which makes it was less of a pain because you don't need Xposed for things to work correctly.

    So starting with Crdroid go about your normal setup and install Magisk per normal. Afterwards you're going to need to select a package from this link normally minimalAP or the Standard package should be just fine. These packages have everything you need to get MicroG working with the Google Play store the only difference between minimal is Aurora Services and the location backends which a tablet doesn't necessarily need but it depends on what you use it for.

    After flashing this through recovery follow these steps..

    Initial Setup:
    - Complete the setup wizard actions as you prefer
    - Open the app drawer and long-press on Play Store to choose the App Info button
    - Go to Permissions, then Additional permissions and change Spoof package signature to Allow, go back to home screen afterward
    - Run the microG Settings app — The rest of these instructions are taken almost directly from https://gitlab.com/Nanolx/NanoDroid/-/blob/master/doc/microGsetup.md
    - Choose Self-Check at the top of the list, and start tapping on the second item, System grants signature spoofing permission which should prompt a permission request
    - Everything should now be checked on the Self-Check screen, go back to main microG Settings screen
    - Choose Google device registration and enable the Register device switch, then go back
    - Choose Cloud Messaging and enable the Receive push notifications switch, then go back
    - SafetyNet doesn't actually work or pass right now, but you can try enabling it in the same manner as above
    - Choose Location modules and enable at least one "Network-based Geolocation module" and one "Address lookup module". I usually only turn on Deja Vu Location Service from the top list; it seems to work well enough for driving directions here, and of course choose Nominatim from the lower list because it's the only one there
    - This is important: Reboot now before you add a Google account or do anything else to the Play Store app
    - After rebooting, go back into microG Settings app and make sure that all of the Self-Check items are still checked, and then make sure that Google Device Registration, Cloud Messaging, and SafetyNet are still enabled — if they were not, enable them.
    - Now get app info for Play Store, clear cache (yes, again), then launch the app
    - Add your Google account, and verify that it will show your app library — Purchased apps won't show as paid-for yet, this will take approximately 24 hours until Google decides it likes your new Android ID
    - Open Settings app, then Accounts then choose your Google account, then chose Personal info & privacy, and make sure Allow apps to find accounts is enabled
    - That should be everything!
    Then after a few hours (a day or so) you should have complete access to you paid apps and you're good to go. Let me know if you need anything else!
    1
    Well the steps can be different on Los 18.1 because Signature spoofing is not built in to Los but it is on Crdroid which makes it was less of a pain because you don't need Xposed for things to work correctly.

    So starting with Crdroid go about your normal setup and install Magisk per normal. Afterwards you're going to need to select a package from this link normally minimalAP or the Standard package should be just fine. These packages have everything you need to get MicroG working with the Google Play store the only difference between minimal is Aurora Services and the location backends which a tablet doesn't necessarily need but it depends on what you use it for.

    After flashing this through recovery follow these steps..

    Initial Setup:
    - Complete the setup wizard actions as you prefer
    - Open the app drawer and long-press on Play Store to choose the App Info button
    - Go to Permissions, then Additional permissions and change Spoof package signature to Allow, go back to home screen afterward
    - Run the microG Settings app — The rest of these instructions are taken almost directly from https://gitlab.com/Nanolx/NanoDroid/-/blob/master/doc/microGsetup.md
    - Choose Self-Check at the top of the list, and start tapping on the second item, System grants signature spoofing permission which should prompt a permission request
    - Everything should now be checked on the Self-Check screen, go back to main microG Settings screen
    - Choose Google device registration and enable the Register device switch, then go back
    - Choose Cloud Messaging and enable the Receive push notifications switch, then go back
    - SafetyNet doesn't actually work or pass right now, but you can try enabling it in the same manner as above
    - Choose Location modules and enable at least one "Network-based Geolocation module" and one "Address lookup module". I usually only turn on Deja Vu Location Service from the top list; it seems to work well enough for driving directions here, and of course choose Nominatim from the lower list because it's the only one there
    - This is important: Reboot now before you add a Google account or do anything else to the Play Store app
    - After rebooting, go back into microG Settings app and make sure that all of the Self-Check items are still checked, and then make sure that Google Device Registration, Cloud Messaging, and SafetyNet are still enabled — if they were not, enable them.
    - Now get app info for Play Store, clear cache (yes, again), then launch the app
    - Add your Google account, and verify that it will show your app library — Purchased apps won't show as paid-for yet, this will take approximately 24 hours until Google decides it likes your new Android ID
    - Open Settings app, then Accounts then choose your Google account, then chose Personal info & privacy, and make sure Allow apps to find accounts is enabled
    - That should be everything!
    Then after a few hours (a day or so) you should have complete access to you paid apps and you're good to go. Let me know if you need anything else!
    Thanks for this guide! Really helped me get things going smoothly! Love this ROM.