Development [ROM][12L][16 Apr][Stable] DerpFest for OnePlus 9/Pro [OFFICIAL][Lemonade/Lemonadep]

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acloh0411

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For anyone looking for recommendations to switch to, I ended up moving to Nameless AOSP https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...o-12-1-0_r5-nameless-aosp-2022-05-14.4403301/

It doesn't have most of the customizations options like what there is in the Derp Settings menu, which kinda sucks. But everything that was broken for me on Derp(USB data to PC, fast charging, live wallpapers soft-bricking the device, no ringing when you place a call, etc), all work fine. And while I was having TONS of rom crashes on Derp, I haven't had a single crash so far.

I didn't have to revert to stock or anything like that. I just flashed the Nameless boot.img to both slots, then booted into recovery, did a factory wipe, then flashed the rom to both slots, then booted up. After I restored my backups through Google and setup my apps and accounts, and booted back to recovery and flashed the latest Magisk to both slots, and I was good to go. Their recovery has a "switch slots" button to make it easy to change between slot A and slot B, without having to use fastboot.
in the switch slot i did click the slot B from my active slot A but the active slot is not change in recovery mode, so is second time flash rom will go to slot B?
 
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loulondono

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That was one of the reasons I stayed away from crDroid and went derp, there were various issues being complained about. However, I have experienced none of them. Everything is fast, snappy, smooth as butter and no stutter or lag in sight. Closest thing that came to disappointing was the battery life, as it was draining faster at the start of the day but progressively slowed down. I got 5½ hrs sot with a stupid amount of standby, granted that is aided by naptime but phone runs and gets all the notifications it would promptly.
 

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That was one of the reasons I stayed away from crDroid and went derp, there were various issues being complained about. However, I have experienced none of them. Everything is fast, snappy, smooth as butter and no stutter or lag in sight. Closest thing that came to disappointing was the battery life, as it was draining faster at the start of the day but progressively slowed down. I got 5½ hrs sot with a stupid amount of standby, granted that is aided by naptime but phone runs and gets all the notifications it would promptly.
I have around the same stats. I gave up trying to fix the battery usage of the phone and accepted these stats
 

loulondono

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I have around the same stats. I gave up trying to fix the battery usage of the phone and accepted these stats
Yh apparently people on the arter thread have wayyy batter battery life. I'm at the point where I've done enough tweaking for it to last all day as much as I need to use it for whatever I want to do that day so it's fine. I am a bit worried that I hurt the battery too quick by using fast charging quite often when I first got it, but if I stick with this phone for years and years I'll just send it to OnePlus for a battery replacement once it stops meeting the all day mark
 

IamTheBRAVE

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That was one of the reasons I stayed away from crDroid and went derp, there were various issues being complained about. However, I have experienced none of them. Everything is fast, snappy, smooth as butter and no stutter or lag in sight. Closest thing that came to disappointing was the battery life, as it was draining faster at the start of the day but progressively slowed down. I got 5½ hrs sot with a stupid amount of standby, granted that is aided by naptime but phone runs and gets all the notifications it would promptly.
I'm no expert but it looks like your device does not doze when screen turns off.
Awake time with screen off is too high. And your screen off doze is 0% time.
I'm on crdroid, btw. My awake time is 2m. I use batteryguru app which has a doze tab to set it up (works well by default too). Battery charging habits matter too.
My SOT is 5hrs too cause i play a couple of heavy battery draining games. But otherwise it can reach 7½hrs easy. I think my device is not performance throttled and the SOC and battery heat up a lot during hot weather. In winter, battery temp never went past 35⁰C nows it's goes over 42⁰C.
I never tried flashing a custom kernel on this device. I'm afraid to mess it up (happened with an old tab of mine, the battery died after a while cause soc was stuck in perf mode) does it work well by default or did you have to make modifications?
Out of the few roms i tried ( StagOS, Nameless) crdroid felt the best with the most customization options.
 

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loulondono

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I'm no expert but it looks like your device does not doze when screen turns off.
Awake time with screen off is too high. And your screen off doze is 0% time.
I'm on crdroid, btw. My awake time is 2m. I use batteryguru app which has a doze tab to set it up (works well by default too). Battery charging habits matter too.
My SOT is 5hrs too cause i play a couple of heavy battery draining games. But otherwise it can reach 7½hrs easy. I think my device is not performance throttled and the SOC and battery heat up a lot during hot weather. In winter, battery temp never went past 35⁰C nows it's goes over 42⁰C.
I never tried flashing a custom kernel on this device. I'm afraid to mess it up (happened with an old tab of mine, the battery died after a while cause soc was stuck in perf mode) does it work well by default or did you have to make modifications?
Out of the few roms i tried ( StagOS, Nameless) crdroid felt the best with the most customization options.
No tweaking required apparently, I just added naptime because my stats were not looking like the other ones so I was playing around with battery stuff. I could get 6-7 hrs, but my standby would be nonexistent, or have my phone available but get less sot. Once I used naptime, that stopped being a problem, tho I haven't experienced idle drain in the decimals like others have. Arter works very well, the latest stable is the smoothest android experience I have ever had, but watching Netflix causes a phone crash. I have had a good time with the alphas tho, can't wait for the next stable release. Just make sure you backup the relevant partitions, or you will end up with a bricked device sinner or later

As far as doze is concerned, could it be that I am using light doze rather than regular doze, so it doesn't wake up when it gets moved? Otherwise I don't know why it doesn't doze, it really should and the idle drain has gone down considerably, I've done a/b tests. Also ever since going to android 12 and using a ROM that doesn't crash once every 24hrs like clockwork, I have neevr had my phone go anywhere near that temperature, no matter the scenario. Is that normal temperatures?
 

IamTheBRAVE

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No tweaking required apparently, I just added naptime because my stats were not looking like the other ones so I was playing around with battery stuff. I could get 6-7 hrs, but my standby would be nonexistent, or have my phone available but get less sot. Once I used naptime, that stopped being a problem, tho I haven't experienced idle drain in the decimals like others have. Arter works very well, the latest stable is the smoothest android experience I have ever had, but watching Netflix causes a phone crash. I have had a good time with the alphas tho, can't wait for the next stable release. Just make sure you backup the relevant partitions, or you will end up with a bricked device sinner or later

As far as doze is concerned, could it be that I am using light doze rather than regular doze, so it doesn't wake up when it gets moved? Otherwise I don't know why it doesn't doze, it really should and the idle drain has gone down considerably, I've done a/b tests. Also ever since going to android 12 and using a ROM that doesn't crash once every 24hrs like clockwork, I have neevr had my phone go anywhere near that temperature, no matter the scenario. Is that normal temperatures?
No, really not and i'm worried it'll have an impact on my phone in the long term... I do have frequent Qualcomm crashes and freezes. I plan on msm-ing back to stock at the end of this month to clean flash a 12L rom again. Wish me luck🤞
 

loulondono

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No, really not and i'm worried it'll have an impact on my phone in the long term... I do have frequent Qualcomm crashes and freezes. I plan on msm-ing back to stock at the end of this month to clean flash a 12L rom again. Wish me luck🤞
Yh give it the factory reset treatment on the offchance something goes tits up... hope it goes smoothly. On the plus side, you still have your warranty!
 
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    thank you so much for your help. just that it was the first time i got such an error so was not sure. it worked.

    just to be sure: you know that it seems that there is currently no development ongoing for this rom?
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    while flashing the boot(lemondep).img error message lemonadep is not recognized in powershell. can i rename and flash. thanks
    You could rename but if I'm not mistaken it should work long as your in the folder with the boot.img like cd Downloads(or path) then fastboot flash boot boot.img
    Copy and paste should work also.
    I'm sure you already know fastboot devices
    will list your device if everything ok👍
    I hope this could help. Also if nothing else you can copy path of folder with fastboot in it while placing file you want to flash in Fastboot folder if fastboot/adb isn't universal. There is guides and tools here on XDA if that would need to be an option. I'm sure you knew most of this but I wanted to give a complete answer just in case you or anyone else was wondering.
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    You could rename but if I'm not mistaken it should work long as your in the folder with the boot.img like cd Downloads(or path) then fastboot flash boot boot.img
    Copy and paste should work also.
    I'm sure you already know fastboot devices
    will list your device if everything ok👍
    I hope this could help. Also if nothing else you can copy path of folder with fastboot in it while placing file you want to flash in Fastboot folder if fastboot/adb isn't universal. There is guides and tools here on XDA if that would need to be an option. I'm sure you knew most of this but I wanted to give a complete answer just in case you or anyone else was wondering.
    thank you so much for your help. just that it was the first time i got such an error so was not sure. it worked.
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    Tried nameless.. not my thing but bliss rom is a bit like derp so stay with that for now..
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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

    Code:
    /* Your warranty is now void.
    *
    * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
    * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
    * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
    * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
    * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
    */

    Features

    GApps included!

    - 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
    - Expandable volume panel
    - 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
    - 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
    - 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?
    **INCLUDE DEVICE SPECIFIC BUGS HERE**
    You tell me!

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    ROM (OnePlus 9): https://sourceforge.net/projects/derpfest/files/lemonade/
    ROM (OnePlus 9 Pro): https://sourceforge.net/projects/derpfest/files/lemonadep/
    Magisk: https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releases


    INSTRUCTIONS
    Make sure you are on latest OOS 11 (11.2.10.10)
    Reboot to bootloader
    Flash the provided boot.img
    Reboot to recovery
    Format data in the recovery
    ADB sideload rom.zip
    (optional) Flash Magisk
    Reboot and voila!

    Upgrading to a Newer Build
    Reboot to recovery
    ADB sideload rom.zip
    (optional) Flash Magisk
    Reboot and voila!

    Follow us on Telegram

    Device specific support chat Click Here!

    Donations

    Paypal: Click Here!
    UPI(For Indian Users Only): [email protected]


    Credit/Thanks:



    Google for Android and AOSP

    LineageOS

    AOSiP

    AICP

    ABC ROM

    AquariOS

    BootleggersROM

    PixelExperience

    OmniROM

    Cory Collins

    Mukesh (Xtended Dev)

    Hardik Srivastava (OddlySpaced)


    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






    XDA:DevDB Information

    DerpFest, ROM for the OnePlus 9/Pro



    Contributors @NurKeinNeid , @Ledrock

    ROM source: https://github.com/DerpFest-11/
    Device sources: https://github.com/DerpFest-Devices/
    Kernel source: https://github.com/karthik990/kernel_oneplus_sm8350



    ROM OS Version: 12.0

    ROM Kernel: 5.4.147

    ROM Firmware Required: 11.2.10.10

    Based On: AOSP



    Version Information

    Status: Stable



    Created 2022-01-30

    Last Updated 2022-03-18
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    Hey guys the new February update is here:

    Device changelog:
    - Adapt to QuickSilver kernel based on Statix OS kernel with AOSPA and Arter chanegs
    - Nuke repeated sepolicy
    - Update BT from LA.UM.9.14.r1-18400.02-LAHAINA.QSSI12.0 - system: from LA.QSSI.12.0.r1-05100.02-qssi.0
    - Update CNE|IMS|QMI|RIL blobs
    - sepolicy: Fix compilation on Android 12
    - sepolicy: Resolve neverallows
    - sepolicy: Address Listen 2 Audio denial
    - Mark IFAAService as presigned apk
    - Add Alipay fingerprint payment support
    - Nuke hal_lineage_fod sepolicy
    - Add missing IMS symlinks
    - prop: Disable vsync for CPU rendered Apps
    - prop: Disable debug.sf.enable_hwc_vds
    - prop: Don't latch unsignal buffers
    - prop: Update camera app list props
    - QcRilAudio Stable AIDL: Compatibility matrix
    - Update compatibility matrix to support IFactory 2.4
    - Update compatibility matrix to support IImsFactory v2.0
    - Add vendor.qti.gnss.4.1 to FCM
    - Update composer version to 3.1
    - Add QtiRadio stable AIDL to compatibility matrix manifest
    - Update compatibility matrix to support IFactory 2.3
    - Update compatibility matrix to support ImsRadio 1.8
    - Add LocAidlGnss entry to FCM
    - Add IDisplayConfig AIDL in compatibility matrix
    - IMS Stable AIDL: Compatibility matrix
    - Update vendor.display.color version to 1.6
    - perf HAL version support
    - Update factory version to v2.2
    - Disable AUDIO_FEATURE_ENABLED_SSR
    - Update ImsRadio HAL to v1.7.
    - Update QtiRadio HAL to v2.6.
    - Update UCE service HAL to v2.3.
    - Move foreground CPU Set to common
    - Fix refresh rate
    - Switch to /vendor_dlkm for kernel modules.
    - Build with specified clang
    - Overlay: Set config_battCurrentDivider to 1000 * Adapted from https://github.com/DerpFest-Devices...mmit/9966ed5b12483efeb318559a79306d9905022010
    - move aux camera packagelist prop to system props * its now labelled as system prop, so cant be set from vendor props anymore as its a neverallow (c8fb9bd56773491564d8a3cc04048c204ef1e4ce)
    - Add support for OEM fast charger detection
    - Bring back a lot of libs from 11 vendor
    - Pin modified [email protected]
    - Remove odex/oat files from pinner list.

    Source changelog:
    - Merge February Security patch (android-12.0.0_r29)
    - Add 3-button navbar styles
    - Add Gphotos unlimited storage switch
    - Add Outline iconpack
    - Add Weed wifi icons
    - CAF Bluetooth upstream from latest QSSI 12 tag
    - PixelPropsUtils: Whitelist ARCore
    - PixelPropsUtils: Add netflix to raven spoofing list
    - PixelPropsUtils: Do not spoof Play Store
    - Fix sound panel not showing alarm volume when "link ringtone and notif volume" is disabled
    - Fix crash caused by Heads-Up timeout
    - Fix issue where pill disappears in gestural mode
    - Proper fix for Wifi Manager NPE
    - Ignore timeout when taking partial screenshots
    - Import missing lottie swipe fingerprint from redfin
    - Rounded lines for DerpFest logo in about phone
    - Fix NFC preference in Settings not listening to changes from the NFC tile
    - Convert one-handed mode to a PrimarySwitchPreference
    - Add back LTE only setting
    - DerpSpace: Fix visibility issue with black theme
    - DerpLauncher: Update search icon to match Settings
    - DerpLauncher: Categorize settings
    - DerpLauncher: Implement hidden & protected apps
    - DerpLauncher: Add user-specified default home page shortcut
    - DerpLauncher: Use app opening animation for notification opening
    - DerpLauncher: Add show Date instead of Now Playing switch
    - QuickSpace: Make date and now playing clickable
    - Quickspace: Add contextual messages/greetings event
    - Quickspace: Use system font and remove dividers
    - Quickspace: Abbreviate the date format to be like Pixel
    - DerpLauncher: Fix NPE on Uninstall shortcut popup
    - DerpLauncher: Add toggle for desktop and drawer labels
    - System shortcut: Make shortcut ripple covered totally when click it
    - DerpLauncher: Rework the PisselBar theming
    - Quickstep: Add chinese translation
    - WallpaperPicker: Use Google Sans for lockscreen preview
    - Updater: Switch to rounded button layout
    - Updater: Fix Android version strings
    - Add Russian translation for DerpLauncher and additions in AOSP settings

    Downloads:
    OnePlus 9 Pro: Click Here!
    OnePlus 9: Click Here!
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    Hey guys thanks for your patience! The new updates will arrive on your phones shortly! The changelog is big this time but I shall try to keep it short. I would really like to thank everyone that donated and supported me in getting a server to build your favourite ROM. However i would also like to thank all the testers for taking time off their busy schedules and testing out the major update.

    NOTE: These builds might need a clean flash to work optimally!

    For the new bootimage to sideload the ROM please click below:
    Lemonade
    Lemonadep

    If you would like to continue supporting the project you can do so using the below links (The donations will go for paying the monthly server costs):
    Paypal: Click Here!
    UPI(For Indian Users Only): [email protected]

    Changelog:
    Device changelog:
    - Rebased device trees based on LOS 19.1
    - Use latest clang 14.0.4
    - Upstrem kernel to 5.4.161
    - Misc Changes

    Source changelog:
    - Rebase on android-12.1.0_r4
    - Switch to QS brightness slider customizations from Yaap
    - Switch to VoLTE/VoWifi icon customizations from Nitrogen
    - Switch to vibration intensity control implementation from AOSPA
    - Add Descendant's Reticker
    - Fix and make the volume dialog expandable
    - DerpSpace: Make use of AOSP small clock switch instead of using separate one
    - Settings: Add more trigger actions/app/activities to advanced gestures
    - NavigationGestures: Allow customizing gestural margin bottom
    - Settings: Rearrange and categorize gestures & keys fragment
    - Settings: Add Battery charge warning options
    - Lockscreen charging: Bring back Pie style of charging line where battery info is displayed in the second line if enabled
    - Lockscreen charging: Bring in °F/°C toggle
    - Remove heads up stoplist
    - Add back Less boring heads up option
    - Add HUN importance selector
    - Add option to disable notifications vibration
    - Remove Battery left text option
    - Add music QS tile title toggle
    - Move wallpaper zoom switch to DerpSpace
    - Add switch to hide status bar on lock screen
    - Add switch for kill button in notification guts
    - Add switch to force expanded notifications
    - Add switch to force expanded media player
    - Add switch to launch default music player on headset connect
    - DevSettings: Add Alarms and Wakelock Blocker
    - Started with barebones DerpLauncher

    Download Links:
    Lemonade
    Lemonadep
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    Hey guys, the hotfix builds are up for lemonade/lemonadep. I apologize for the delay. The 12.1 builds will be posted here as soon as the source side work has been completed. Thanks for your patience and have a great weekend!

    Changelog:

    Device changelog:
    -Hotfix build to fix minor issues with previous build.

    Source changelog:
    - Merge android-12.0.0_r32
    - Add FaceUnlock implementation from PE
    - Add AppLock from KOSP
    - Add Refresh Rate QS tile for supported devices
    - Allow to hide arrow for back gesture
    - Add option to change PowerUsage provider
    - Show battery temp on power summary
    - HeadsUpTile: Do not crash SystemUI on long click
    - Improve Secure QS tile toggle behaviour
    - Use wireless charging animation for wired charging too
    - Add VoLTE icon from Motorola
    - Fix carrier label being white on light wallpaper
    - Don't warn user about FC in Google TTS
    - Changelog: Use NestedScrollView instead of ScrollView
    - DerpLauncher: Remove protected apps in favor of system with applock
    - DerpLauncher: Remove overview scrolling animation
    - DerpLauncher: Refine quickspace icon shadow
    - DerpLauncher: Add toggle to make AppDrawer sizes independent
    - DerpLauncher: Allow changing max lines for app label
    - Update Russian and Chinese translations

    Download links:
    Lemonadep
    Lemonade
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    To anyone seeing micro stutters, change these settings in franco kernel manager.

    Settings
    CPU/GPU
    CAF CPU Boost
    (see attachment)
    Screenshot_20220205-104419_Franco Kernel Manager.png