[ROM] [4.4] Omni (hammerhead)

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Wastl0r

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Here is an idea for a Omni5.0 bootanimation.
It's just a sketch and I know there is room for improvement... ;)
What do you guys think?
 

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Wastl0r

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Here you go

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phearus

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@Barracuda77777 Thanks for building the lollipop builds, man. Has anyone been running them as a daily driver? Just curious how stable it is, and what features have all been incorporated in the build.

I've been running it as daily driver - I've had no issues whatsoever. I can't find any distinctive features yet, except the reboot menu... But that's a dev mode thing I think... Oh there is the Omniswitch app. Has anyone else found any OmniROM features?

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@Barracuda77777 Thanks for building the lollipop builds, man. Has anyone been running them as a daily driver? Just curious how stable it is, and what features have all been incorporated in the build.

check my folder I did a new build yesterday, from the look of it we are not far from Nightlies.

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    This is a development thread for OmniROM on Google Nexus 5 (known as hammerhead)

    Known bugs:
    • None as of now

    Nightly builds are available there: http://dl.omnirom.org/hammerhead/

    OmniROM general forums are available there - http://forum.xda-developers.com/omni
    Docs (still WIP) are available there - http://docs.omnirom.org/

    XDA:DevDB Information
    [ROM] [4.4] Omni (hammerhead), a ROM for the Google Nexus 5

    Contributors
    mithun46, XpLoDWilD
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
    Based On: Omni

    Version Information
    Status: Alpha

    Created 2013-11-12
    Last Updated 2013-12-22
    57
    Reserved

    This is a development thread for OmniROM on Google Nexus 5 (known as hammerhead)

    Known bugs:
    • None as of now

    Nightly builds are available there: http://dl.omnirom.org/hammerhead/

    OmniROM general forums are available there - http://forum.xda-developers.com/omni
    Docs (still WIP) are available there - http://docs.om
    21
    #1 rule: If you use a custom kernel, then bugs are invalid. :)
    21
    Don't tell me to chill down for reporting usage issues in the rom.
    This is generally considered helpful when the "reportee" actually knows what he's talking about and even provides reasoning behind (albeit obvious for these fixes) the reported actions taking place.

    And no, I won't be submitting fixes as I don't plan on using Omni and so far all of the issues and ideas that were supposed to be fixed in this rom as per the Big Android BBQ talk have been ignored.
    Patches merged without two people verifying (literally instantly after upload sometimes)...
    No "improvements" sent to other roms after Omni merges their patches...
    Multi-window and all other "WIP" features have been at a stand-still for weeks...

    No, I don't care to run, help, or support Omni at this time.
    Wut?
    And I see that I supposedly copy repos from other Roms?
    Wut?
    And I was just reporting and now I'm getting bum-rushed by everyone, so with that...
    Goodbye =]
    Enjoy incoherently mumbling.
    Not the wrong thread when it's a reply, no.

    Thanks for the troll, I had a good time waking up this morning. Rome wasn't made in a day, so is Omni. Everything that was discussed at the Big Android BBQ is in our plans and roadmaps, and we are working on it. We're not 100 full-time developers, and actually writing original code and enhancements (as opposed to just take code from others ;) ) takes obviously more time. Kitkat arrived, and other things had to get updated at a higher priority.
    Patches that involves all devices are reviewed with 2 people, or at least one from another unrelated device (e.g. if a patch was tested on a Qualcomm phone, we'll wait until it has been tested on an Exynos tablet or phone). Patches that are device-specific cannot all the time being tested by multiple people - if nobody else than the device maintainer has a jflte and he submits a patch for it, we can't let it wait on gerrit for months waiting on someone with a jflte and capable of building to test it. As long as the patch builds, in this case, we can only trust it. Waiting infinitely would just slow down the whole port worthlessly.
    Original authors of a patch that are subscribed on our Gerrit get a notification when someone of us uploads a patch. They can then check what we did to it. So far, we didn't have time to handle huge patches like Pie controls or such, but these are particular cases where we'll email the author directly.
    Multi-window is still worked on, even if there's no progress recently because Kitkat arrived. I'm working on many enhancements at once as well as device ports, and I have to put priority on tasks considering my limited time. Multi-window will be finished, just be patient.

    Your original post sounded actually rude, but had valid arguments that will be fixed quickly.

    Instead of complaining, you should help us moving forward. But as you don't plan on running, helping, or supporting Omni at this time, then you have nothing to do in this thread either. Go troll somewhere else.

    End of the off-topic, we have dedicated OmniROM forums on XDA if you want to discuss about general stuff.

    Are we gonna get some builds on the n7(flo) anytime soon? There is a thread by devswift(so!ethimg) that hasn't been updated for weeks. I think I know the answer. "All things in time, dont ask for an eta". Just looking g for you throw me a bone here lol. This thing is shaping up to be special. Just want to enjoy the ride.

    I was waiting on the OTA to arrive to make sure we wouldn't run into problems due to outdated files. I'll likely clean this this evening and get builds out for flo and manta.

    Are all feature additions visible in Gerrit or do you bypass Gerrit sometimes.

    Everything is on Gerrit.

    Just flashed 20131113 nightly... Sorry for being late :p
    I only wiped cache and dalvik cache + SuperSU + Franco kernel. No missing app at all.


    After recording a video I have FCs of UI System so I have to reboot to close this pop up.

    This has been fixed in today's nightly. If you want to get around this, first take a normal screenshot, then do a video recording. It was due to the Screenshots folder not being created.
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