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[ROM / 7.1.2] Android Open Kang Project [ha3g]

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Letzen

Senior Member
Dec 10, 2016
336
338
İstanbul
Redmi K20 Pro
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What is AOKP?
AOKP stands for Android Open Kang Project. It is a custom ROM distribution for several high-end Android devices.
The name is a play on the word kang and AOSP (Android Open Source Project).
The name was sort of a joke, but it just stuck, just like our infatuation with unicorns.

We fork the source code of Android that Google puts out in the open with every major version release,
and we then add the magical unicorn bytes
(read: we add some of the coolest features that are both useful and make your ROM awesome).

With AOKP, you can generally do a lot more with your device than what you could do with the original firmware that came installed on it.

Why AOKP?
We were waiting for when you'd ask this.
There are a variety of reasons why a hilly billy Android user, on a bright sunny day, would suddenly start using AOKP and loving it.

For one, AOKP is lightweight. Most OEMs provide a heavy UI layer over Android and have loads of bloatware
(i.e. apps that not everyone use every day, but you cannot remove because they're "baked in" by default).
Since AOKP is built upon vanilla Android source, it has neither of the above.

Also AOKP has features that you will not find on your stock firmware.
You can have a multitude of toggles to quickly flip a lot of your phone's settings right at your fingertips, or you can launch apps quickly from any screen using our Ribbons.

You can change almost each and every aspect of the OS,
from its looks to the way it functions, with total freedom.
And did we tell you, AOKP helps you make tacos?

It also has substratum support, just so you know.

Guide.png

From stock

• Copy the ROM zip on your phone
• Reboot in TWRP Recovery mode
• Backup your phone!
• Format/Wipe system, cache, dalvik, data
• Flash/Install ROM
• Flash Install Gapps (OpenGapps ARM 7.1 Mini or smaller is recommended)
• Reboot

Upgrade from previous build

• Copy the ROM zip on your phone
• Reboot in TWRP Recovery mode
• Format/Wipe only cache, dalvik
• Flash/Install ROM
• Reboot

Links.png

AOKP Build 1 / Sissi
Google Apps

Credits.png
XDA:DevDB Information
AOKP, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Contributors
Letzen, EnesSastim
Source Code: https://github.com/aokp

ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2018-05-05
Last Updated 2018-05-05
 
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eHarry_

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Oct 25, 2016
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Bucaramanga
Between this and LineageOs Extended, which one do you think is better? Smoother? Nicer at the eyes?

Edit: Well. I've just tested it. It is smooth, but I went back to OctOS because this one has several translations errors in my language. And I didn't like the bright green color the ROM uses.
 
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Letzen

Senior Member
Dec 10, 2016
336
338
İstanbul
Redmi K20 Pro
Between this and LineageOs Extended, which one do you think is better? Smoother? Nicer at the eyes?

Edit: Well. I've just tested it. It is smooth, but I went back to OctOS because this one has several translations errors in my language. And I didn't like the bright green color the ROM uses.

You can change them in the Color Engine settings.
Every device is different. But LineageOS Extended is less complex.
This ROM has the best substratum support.
As not supported as ROMs like ResurrectionRemix, translations may vary. I use English locale anyway (even though I am Turkish).

Thank you so much for your time for testing and valuable feedback!
 

Patrivk88

Senior Member
Feb 6, 2018
78
16
I mean I can but... why?

Marshmallow and Nougat share the same bugs and performance.

If you want Lollipop though...


first thanks for keeping our ha3g still alive sir..maybe i just curious. i have try aicp base linage 13 but for costumization i think rr still the best. yes i have use rr lolipop for long nd rr 7.1.2 for long too and once again i just curious how rr in marshmallow..

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I mean I can but... why?

Marshmallow and Nougat share the same bugs and performance.

If you want Lollipop though...

first thanks for keeping our ha3g still alive sir..maybe i just curious. i have try aicp base linage 13 but for costumization i think rr still the best. yes i have use rr lolipop for long nd rr 7.1.2 for long too and once again i just curious how rr in marshmallow..
 

Letzen

Senior Member
Dec 10, 2016
336
338
İstanbul
Redmi K20 Pro
first thanks for keeping our ha3g still alive sir..maybe i just curious. i have try aicp base linage 13 but for costumization i think rr still the best. yes i have use rr lolipop for long nd rr 7.1.2 for long too and once again i just curious how rr in marshmallow..

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first thanks for keeping our ha3g still alive sir..maybe i just curious. i have try aicp base linage 13 but for costumization i think rr still the best. yes i have use rr lolipop for long nd rr 7.1.2 for long too and once again i just curious how rr in marshmallow..

It has literally no difference. Believe me.
 
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raghemant

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Feb 13, 2017
21
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Do you have latest twrp installed? If yes make full backup and try bunch of custom rom for n900 and experience by yourself.. i have try a lot lot lot custom rom for n900 since kitkat 4.4.2 until now nougat 7.1.2.

Yeah, I have tried a bunch of other custom rom on my device, however its a pain to backup restore all your data back and then re-install all the apps again. So I was requesting some screenshots or video as a review of rom before trying it.
 

Patrivk88

Senior Member
Feb 6, 2018
78
16
Yeah, I have tried a bunch of other custom rom on my device, however its a pain to backup restore all your data back and then re-install all the apps again. So I was requesting some screenshots or video as a review of rom before trying it.

Dude if you want some screenshot or videos just search in other thread about DU aokp or on youtube there a lot videos about that and literally same.
 

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    Features.png

    What is AOKP?
    AOKP stands for Android Open Kang Project. It is a custom ROM distribution for several high-end Android devices.
    The name is a play on the word kang and AOSP (Android Open Source Project).
    The name was sort of a joke, but it just stuck, just like our infatuation with unicorns.

    We fork the source code of Android that Google puts out in the open with every major version release,
    and we then add the magical unicorn bytes
    (read: we add some of the coolest features that are both useful and make your ROM awesome).

    With AOKP, you can generally do a lot more with your device than what you could do with the original firmware that came installed on it.

    Why AOKP?
    We were waiting for when you'd ask this.
    There are a variety of reasons why a hilly billy Android user, on a bright sunny day, would suddenly start using AOKP and loving it.

    For one, AOKP is lightweight. Most OEMs provide a heavy UI layer over Android and have loads of bloatware
    (i.e. apps that not everyone use every day, but you cannot remove because they're "baked in" by default).
    Since AOKP is built upon vanilla Android source, it has neither of the above.

    Also AOKP has features that you will not find on your stock firmware.
    You can have a multitude of toggles to quickly flip a lot of your phone's settings right at your fingertips, or you can launch apps quickly from any screen using our Ribbons.

    You can change almost each and every aspect of the OS,
    from its looks to the way it functions, with total freedom.
    And did we tell you, AOKP helps you make tacos?

    It also has substratum support, just so you know.

    Guide.png

    From stock

    • Copy the ROM zip on your phone
    • Reboot in TWRP Recovery mode
    • Backup your phone!
    • Format/Wipe system, cache, dalvik, data
    • Flash/Install ROM
    • Flash Install Gapps (OpenGapps ARM 7.1 Mini or smaller is recommended)
    • Reboot

    Upgrade from previous build

    • Copy the ROM zip on your phone
    • Reboot in TWRP Recovery mode
    • Format/Wipe only cache, dalvik
    • Flash/Install ROM
    • Reboot

    Links.png

    AOKP Build 1 / Sissi
    Google Apps

    Credits.png
    XDA:DevDB Information
    AOKP, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

    Contributors
    Letzen, EnesSastim
    Source Code: https://github.com/aokp

    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2018-05-05
    Last Updated 2018-05-05
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    it is built again? because it was an old rom

    I think you're confusing with AICP.
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    first thanks for keeping our ha3g still alive sir..maybe i just curious. i have try aicp base linage 13 but for costumization i think rr still the best. yes i have use rr lolipop for long nd rr 7.1.2 for long too and once again i just curious how rr in marshmallow..

    ---------- Post added at 02:54 AM ---------- Previous post was at 02:51 AM ----------



    first thanks for keeping our ha3g still alive sir..maybe i just curious. i have try aicp base linage 13 but for costumization i think rr still the best. yes i have use rr lolipop for long nd rr 7.1.2 for long too and once again i just curious how rr in marshmallow..

    It has literally no difference. Believe me.
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    yardımcı olurmusun dostum rom control panelinin türkçesi olsa süper olur ama asıl mühim kısmı whatsapp görüntülü konuşma yok :/