Same as the initial instructions, but do not format data.
Hello Dev, how do we perm. install the official TWRP that was released?
Not sure about the install with this rom but on stock you would boot the .img then in TWRP flash the provided installer.zipHello Dev, how do we perm. install the official TWRP that was released?
Is this correct?
(I'm already running this ROM)
fastboot boot twrp.img
go to install within twrp and pick the latest twrp_3.6.0.img
install to boot.img OR install to Recovery Ramdisk??
this will un-root me and flash twrp to both boot slots
reboot to twrp again
flash Magisk.zip in twrp
rooted + perm twrp = profit?
Yes you will lose root (check the official Magisk thread in XDA) but I think all you have to do is turn the Magisk.apk into Magisk.zip by changing the file exension and then flash it with TWRP.
I don't know. It's a ROM issue I think, but I didn't have time to look into it.
I don't know how long crDroid A11 will got update since A12 is released. I have plans to port A12 as well (when it will be available, currently afaik no linage exists - maybe nightly builds without customization).
*** Disclaimer I am not responsible for any damage you made to your device You have been warned
AICP is in my plans. I want to try it out myself, we will see.Hey man this ROM has been extremely solid. A small issue here or there but nothing too bad by any means. Thank you again for building, and sharing.
If you do decide to possibly build another ROM, I humbly suggest AICP.
I have the latest running on my HTC One M8 and it has some really cool features!
Don't take this as me not being grateful for this ROM though, it really is nearly perfecto.
I just love variety and trying the different ROMs.
The inclusion of PixelGapps and more specifically the Pixel launcher really does help to make this so close to stock but with an enormous amount of customization.
Hey man this ROM has been extremely solid. A small issue here or there but nothing too bad by any means. Thank you again for building, and sharing.