[ROM][12.1][tissot][OFFICIAL] crDroid v8.4 [10.04.2022]

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neonmicky

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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/12.0/README.mkdn

Flashing Instructions:

Pre-installation:

First time installation:



  • Download twrpboot.img & twrp.zip in your pc (link above) and extract zip file
  • Hotboot twrp from your pc with command fastboot boot boot-recovery.img
  • Wipe system, wipe data, wipe dalvik cache
  • Copy downloaded rom from pc to your phone and start the installation
  • After installing flash twrp.zip and reboot to recovery again
  • Install gapps & magisk (optional) and then reboot your phone
  • Profit! (Enjoy your rom)

Update installation:



  • You can choose to update via seamless ota or use recovery mode method
  • For recovery update method:
  • Reboot to recovery from phone
  • Flash Rom.zip & Twrp.zip and reboot to recovery
  • Flash Gapps
  • Flash Magisk (optional) & reboot your phone
  • Profit! (Enjoy your rom)


Sources:
ROM: https://github.com/crdroidandroid
Kernel: CLICK HERE

Download:
ROM CLICK HERE
Changelog: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/crdroidandroid/android_vendor_crDroidOTA/12.0/changelog_tissot.txt

Known issues:
You tell me!

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Exmantion

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That's a very nice rom, I switched from crdroid7. No crushes or freezes, only bug i found is that after a reboot lockscreen needs a few seconds to start responding. Gestures navigation is very smooth and really pleasant to use, in crdroid7 it was a bit worse. Lacks many customisation features known from previous version. Magisk works without a problem. I did not install gapps.
Good job, thanks for that
 
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Exmantion

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One sidenote, I don't know if it is only the case for me but after I clean flashed this rom, and flashed official twrp 3.5.2 installer afterwords, it just won't boot. What's worse, it will stuck twrp on splash screen and booting other twrp via fastboot does not help - always same issue. I tried with 3.6.0 but same problem. Maybe it's only for me?
 

lafactorial

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One sidenote, I don't know if it is only the case for me but after I clean flashed this rom, and flashed official twrp 3.5.2 installer afterwords, it just won't boot. What's worse, it will stuck twrp on splash screen and booting other twrp via fastboot does not help - always same issue. I tried with 3.6.0 but same problem. Maybe it's only for me?
Will be fixed...
 

zagzag99

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Thanks for the update.
OTA didn't work for me, bootloop.
Maybe something with my setup
So here is what I did.
I had to flash manually:
Got to recovery (power+vol up)
In recovery (crDroid) I flash TWRP installer
rebooted to TWRP
Flashed the zip downloaded by OTA updater (from /data).
Rebooted to recovery (crDroid recovery)
Flashed Gapps and Magisk.
 

lhbaires

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It's an amazing rom, however I noticed the icons are slightly stretched vertically, since it seems to be a wider margin in the side edges of the screen. Is there any way to fix that?
 

Jason Looi

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Seems like GPS location doesn't work. It's not connecting to SATs :-(
Maybe at next release.
Hey...jst 1 2 share my experience about the gps. I was trying to improve the gps by trying to edit the gps.conf file (read some advice on this forum), so i was editing a few line of code here and there hoping to improve the gps, it doesn't seems to work well, so i start wondering if this gps.conf file even relevant ? So i try NOT TO use it by renaming the file to .old and test it with an app from play store (GPS Reset Com - GPS Repair), installed the app, did a GPS fix from the app, went outside of my house to test ...and surprise surprise..it lock on to about 8 to 10 GPS, and now i am using Google Maps for navigation without any problem. Normally it got a fix within 20/25 sec, i hope this can help you in some ways ...
 

zagzag99

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Hey...jst 1 2 share my experience about the gps. I was trying to improve the gps by trying to edit the gps.conf file (read some advice on this forum), so i was editing a few line of code here and there hoping to improve the gps, it doesn't seems to work well, so i start wondering if this gps.conf file even relevant ? So i try NOT TO use it by renaming the file to .old and test it with an app from play store (GPS Reset Com - GPS Repair), installed the app, did a GPS fix from the app, went outside of my house to test ...and surprise surprise..it lock on to about 8 to 10 GPS, and now i am using Google Maps for navigation without any problem. Normally it got a fix within 20/25 sec, i hope this can help you in some ways ...
Thanks for the reply.
So you used a root explorer to just rename the gps.conf file at what path ?
And can you link the playstore app that you used to repair the config ?
Did it use root ? And produced a new file next to the renamed one ?
 

Jason Looi

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Thanks for the reply.
So you used a root explorer to just rename the gps.conf file at what path ?
I use solid explorer, Root/vendor/etc or just do a search in root directory.
And can you link the playstore app that you used to repair the config ?
Did it use root ? And produced a new file next to the renamed one ?
Yes, my device is rooted and No, i didn't create another file, just rename the gps.conf to gps.conf.old
 
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