[ROM][7.0.0_r1] Decrypted+Debloated AOSP Nougat Build

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frap129

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Jan 6, 2013
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Hey XDA!

This is just a quick build of AOSP Nougat that I though I should upload and share. It's just pure AOSP with a modified fstab and a bunch of the useless apps removed. While it does boot, the main problem is that there aren't any gapps available, so there is little functionality.

Instructions:
1. Flash vendor.img
2. Flash ROM zip
3. Boot up

Downloads:
Unofficial vendor.img: http://oceighty.co/ Created and uploaded by @xanaxdroid
ROM zip: https://basketbuild.com/ Build and uploaded by me.

DISCLAIMERS:
I'm not responsible for any mishaps you have.
This is simply a courtesy upload, do not expect updates.
The vendor.img was pulled from the OTA and is not an official factory image.
 

Paradoxumical

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The latest TWRP version functions with Android N, it now correctly decrypts the phone (yes, I'm aware this ROM is pre-decrypted). You can flash SuperSU through that and then download most of the needed GApps from APKMirror, I know Android N preview GApps were uploaded there.
 

whojabacod6

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Lol, this is why I wish rooting wasn't just a click away. I miss the old days where you actually had to know what you were doing to root the damn thing like actually being familiar with adb I doubt half the people that root haven't used shell period. Point being that the people that did it knew the ins and outs of what they were doing and there wasnt all this clutter. people used to actually do the time to research and educate themselves on what was going on now it's all entitlement give me give me i don't understand oh blah blah won't work fix it for me anyway this isn't helpful or constructive please delete goodnight

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Iceburn1

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That was fast, OP your pic looks alot like this dude.
 

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rest0ck

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Hm okay I see, thanks.

Can I encrypt it again if I want to?
Also I thought the Source of Android N is not released yet (delevopers.google.com) so where is this source from exactly?

.. Okay I just looked it up. So is there a difference between this one and the official OTA update? I really want to flash another ROM because my Dirty Unicorn is just a mess at the moment.
 

Heisenberg

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Thank you for the answer.
Can someone confirm that flashing the lastest SuperSU beta works? http://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/supersu/2014-09-02-supersu-v2-05-t2868133

So basically flashing this ROM + Vendor + ARM64 GApps + SuperSU = Android N, decrypted, rooted, with gapps?
Not really, no. The ROM isn't technically decrypted at all. It just doesn't force encryption. So if you were encrypted prior to flashing you would still be encrypted. The only way to decrypt is to format userdata. The advantage of a ROM not forcing encryption (or being incorrectly labelled as decrypted in this case) is that if you were previously decrypted the kernel won't encrypt your storage on the first boot.
 

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  • 27
    Hey XDA!

    This is just a quick build of AOSP Nougat that I though I should upload and share. It's just pure AOSP with a modified fstab and a bunch of the useless apps removed. While it does boot, the main problem is that there aren't any gapps available, so there is little functionality.

    Instructions:
    1. Flash vendor.img
    2. Flash ROM zip
    3. Boot up

    Downloads:
    Unofficial vendor.img: http://oceighty.co/ Created and uploaded by @xanaxdroid
    ROM zip: https://basketbuild.com/ Build and uploaded by me.

    DISCLAIMERS:
    I'm not responsible for any mishaps you have.
    This is simply a courtesy upload, do not expect updates.
    The vendor.img was pulled from the OTA and is not an official factory image.
    25
    Lol, this is why I wish rooting wasn't just a click away. I miss the old days where you actually had to know what you were doing to root the damn thing like actually being familiar with adb I doubt half the people that root haven't used shell period. Point being that the people that did it knew the ins and outs of what they were doing and there wasnt all this clutter. people used to actually do the time to research and educate themselves on what was going on now it's all entitlement give me give me i don't understand oh blah blah won't work fix it for me anyway this isn't helpful or constructive please delete goodnight

    Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
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    Opengapps.org should have 7.0 gapps very shortly. The August 24th build for arm has 7.0, but 8/24 hasn't built for arm64 yet.

    ARM64 builds for 7.0 are now available for flashing. :)
    4
    Thank you for the answer.
    Can someone confirm that flashing the lastest SuperSU beta works? http://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/supersu/2014-09-02-supersu-v2-05-t2868133

    So basically flashing this ROM + Vendor + ARM64 GApps + SuperSU = Android N, decrypted, rooted, with gapps?
    Not really, no. The ROM isn't technically decrypted at all. It just doesn't force encryption. So if you were encrypted prior to flashing you would still be encrypted. The only way to decrypt is to format userdata. The advantage of a ROM not forcing encryption (or being incorrectly labelled as decrypted in this case) is that if you were previously decrypted the kernel won't encrypt your storage on the first boot.
    3
    you guys need to read the OP and stop asking senseless questions

    "It's just pure AOSP with a modified fstab and a bunch of the useless apps removed"