[ROM][6.0.1_r68][Official] Exodus Android 6 for Oneplus2

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Senior Member
Sep 7, 2005
dear developers,

i can order a new mobilephone in my company. i dont want to miss exodus on my phone...
are u planning exodus for ONEPLUS 3T and/or HUAWEI P9(plus)??

thank u in advance


Senior Member
Jun 21, 2014
Does Exodus Rom support aptx (Bluetooth)?

If not, is there any chance to get aptx support on OPT?



Oct 7, 2016
I think its time to move to another ROM !! its been long time since their last update , im very sad they left us out there !!

wish them the best


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Sep 18, 2012
Realme GT Neo 2
Agree with the above comment. This was by far the best thing out there for one plus devices. This was way to better than the stock oxygen OS, the fluidity, speed, stability etc. Wish these guys somehow come back and start this project again. Exodus was conqueror in rom community.
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    Team Exodus brings you EXODUS Rom, coded by professional level developers with additional support from the community, focusing on improved versions of common features and improvements found in the open-source community while bringing new, original improvements and coding with the highest standards.


    Make sure you are using a recovery which is compatible with Oxygen 3 Firmware,
    as Exodus will flash the recommended Firmware automatically.
    For example the NEWEST official twrp: https://dl.twrp.me/oneplus2/
    If you use the wrong recovery, your recovery won't boot!

    • Take necessary backups
    • Be rooted w/ a custom recovery
    • Download EXODUS Rom & Gapps for your device and move them to your phone
    • Reboot to Recovery
    • Wipe (full wipe if coming from another Rom)**
    • Flash the Rom
    • Flash the Gapps**
    • Reboot to System
    • Setup and Reboot System
    These directions are not necessary after the first install if you use the Exodus Updater, included in the ROM. It can notify you of updates, download, and install them for you automatically.

    **This is automated if coming from a previous Exodus build (Dirty Flashing).

    We recommend using our stock (preinstalled) kernel for best results and usage of all features!

    Exodus official build:

    • Any 6.0.x GApps of your choice, we recommend opengapps.org 64bit

    ----- Advanced Developers/Users Section----
    Rom source:
    Kernel source: Gerrit code review system:
    For additional support, info, and updates please join us in the official Google+ community:

    Crowdin project:
    Help us with translating to support your native language!

    Thank you to all the members, contributors, and maintainers on the Exodus Android team.
    Please see our source for an unabridged list of contributions, authorship, and cherry-picks.

    If you would like to thank us for our work or help in support server costs you can do so here:
    Primedirective (Team Leader / Project Owner / Server hosting)
    Alex (Oneplus Devices/ Kernel Developer / Project Owner)
    MartinRo (Project Owner / Server hosting)
    Raja. M (Senior Developer / Project Owner)
    Adrian (Developer / Overall Project )
    TEAMExodus Team

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Exodus Android for OnePlus 2, ROM for the OnePlus 2

    Raja.M, TheCrazyLex, Martin_Ro, primedirective, usmcamgrimm
    Source Code: http://github.com/TeamExodus

    ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x
    ROM Firmware Required: Recommended Firmware ships with the ROM
    Based On: AOSP, CAF

    Version Information
    Status: Nightly
    Current Stable Version: Nightlies are stable

    Created 2016-03-11
    Last Updated 2016-09-24
    Hey guys announcement, OPT puzzle cracked ..!

    Of-course nothing to blame OPT related code while the same compilation (greatly optimized) aosp compiler working fine for all other devices but not for OPT :(

    Its like night mare for us not sure what was going wrong.

    I are not going to publish the nightly build. Want to make sure 100% perfect with users too.

    BTW one of more smooth experience with all apps, scrolling, performance !

    but I can share my build which working atleast in my device ... like to have a test on few advanced users devices.

    Please follow the steps and let me know your valuable feedback.

    1. Take backup.
    2. flash firmware...!
    3. flash this opt build
    4. test all modules working as expected
    5. if not 4th step make a clean flash

    Once again we are doing our best and thanks for the support guys. here after opt will be more stable and best with its performance.

    one sleepless night gave answers to me..!
    So, tomorrow is Friday!
    You know what that means?
    Exactly! New build incoming.

    - basic perf improvements
    - (hopefully) massive battery improvements (cpu boost (touch boost) is now disabled)
    - brand new wifi config, should bring stability to everyone, resolve all issues and save power
    - Full version of the gps fix, hopefully resolves the issues and makes it a little faster.
    - updates to the wifi driver
    - minor audio fix
    - Doze optimization -> less drain over night :)
    - updated H-Cube driver
    - background apps limit (auto)
    - Fixed Firmware Flashing process (hopefully people from oos3 can now flash this directly)
    - simplified Firmware flashing message while install.
    - other minor fixes

    Please be sure to report any issues :)

    I am already preparing new stuff for Monday.

    Good day all and have fun!

    As you all already know, Mondays are good days for Exodus and this beloved OP2 :)

    Means, I have pushed heavy changes to be included in tomorrow's nightly.

    As I will mostly just name what results from these changes you are free and encouraged to check the device tree and kernel by yourself :)

    So a VERY brief recap of what's coming in the Monday Nightly:

    - adaptive Low Memory Killer (yes, we don't rely on fixed settings any more! Low Memory Killer can detect certain scenarios (thrashing scenarios) and dynamically reconfigure itself.
    - further improved task detection in LMK (up to 10 times faster)
    - faster touch response due to my improvements in the touchscreen driver
    - disabling dexpreopt, which lowers build size and allows us to use a non debug art library (faster)
    - above changes made it possible to me to further decrease power consumption without a performance loss (see power script)

    Hope you all like the news :)

    The next step

    Hey guys,
    So it is that time of the day again.
    Today a little bit earlier, my highlights for tomorrow's nightly:

    - Reworked Powerconfig: Big Performance Boost, Battery is not negatively impacted, it may be even improved :)
    - stock RIL blobs, may improve receiption
    - fixed up memory control -> possible lag scenarios are resolved
    - Linux Kernel (base) 3.10.101 -> 3.10.102
    - slightly increased vibration strength (as per user wishes)

    As you may have noticed by the changelog, I am always listening to you guys, even if I can't answer everything :)


    Edit: hope the question about the recovery not booting will decrease, I updated OP with clear instructions.