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[ROM][9.0][ABANDONED] PixelExperience 9.0

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HardStyl3r

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Aug 12, 2015
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/*
 * 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.
 */

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Pixel Experience is an AOSP based ROM, with Google apps included and all Pixel goodies (launcher, wallpapers, icons, fonts, bootanimation).
Our mission is to offer the maximum possible stability and security, along with essential features for the proper functioning of the device.

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If you encounter any issues with sensors or anything related to hardware, please flash stock rom and then a custom one.
Clean flash is highly recommended. The build is binder64.
  • wipe Dalvik cache, /system, /data and /cache.
  • flash latest ROM zip
  • DO NOT FLASH GAPPS, PixelExperience has prebuilt ones

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If you want to contact me, head for my telegram.
I also really recommend joining telegram: G3 development channel for more info about my projects!
The thread has been designed by me, please don't copy it.

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MEGA (recommended)
AndroidFileHost
Recommended TWRP
Open GApps
Recommended Stock ROM by @MESA
Root: Magisk
3__HacerPermisivo.zip - use this to switch your kernel selinux to permissive
bootimage_adb_unsecure by @AdrianDC - for debugging
Mr_Bump.zip by @dadi11 - flash this when you occur Secure booting error (boot certification verify)
custom kernel: LineageXTD by @ppajdek (discontinued, issues may occur)

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If you want to report an issue, please use the issue tracker providing your variant and the most information you can, e.g. full logcat, installed addons.

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@dadi11
@ppajdek
@walter79
@Artx
@firebird11

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github.com/PixelExperience
github.com/itsHardStyl3r
gitlab.com/HardStyl3r
device and kernel sources

local_manifests
Important: information about open sources from HardStyl3r

XDA:DevDB Information
PixelExperience, ROM for the LG G3

Contributors
HardStyl3r
ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2018-10-15
Last Updated 2019-06-21
 

HardStyl3r

Senior Member
Aug 12, 2015
986
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Poland, Łódź
Pie changelog
9.0, 26.08.2019 (major)
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Code:
 * August (and July) Android Security Bulletin: r44+r46
 * Removed Wfdservice
 * ls990 now really shows mobile plan
 * Wifi country code is back to default
 * Removed unnecessary telephony-ext
 * Moved qcrilmsgtunnel to /priv-app
 * Booting restrictive
 * d851/f400/ls990: fixed Bluetooth and distorted Bluetooth calls
 * Switched back to 2.0 Audio HAL
 * Removed Soundtrigger HAL

9.0, 21.06.2019 (major)
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Code:
 * June Android Security Bulletin: r40
 * added 2.0 LiveDisplay HAL and 2.1 Soundtrigger HAL
 * updated Lights HAL and Vibrator HAL
 * ls990: Enable mobile plan preferences
 * bumped Audio HAL to 4.0
 * switched selinux to restrictive
 * addressed thermal-engine denials 
 * added local_manifests
 * updated power profile

9.0, 27.05.2019
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Notes: Sorry for the late update!
Code:
 * May Android Security Bulletin: r37
 * tuned ZRAM performance
 * dropped Qualcomm AVC secure decoder
 * removed oreo builds
 * introduced Pie issue tracker

9.0, 17.04.2019
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Code:
 * April (and March) Android Security Bulletin: r35+r34
 * source release
 * thread update
 * fixed offline charging while on restrictive
 * Revert: 2.4GHz WiFi improvements
 * force disabled "Mobile data always active" (found in developer settings)
 * ls990: fixed NFC (hopefully this time)
 * reworked sensors implementation
 * rootdir cleanup
 * brightness tweaks
 * added ZRAM (thanks, Pajdek!)
 * Revert: using Oreo 4.9 gcc
 * added HealthHAL
 * add TrustHAL to disable newly added USB devices
 * updated Safe Media Volume index
 * switched to default AOSP implementation of multiuser
 * boot permissive due to excessive amount of changes to rootdir
 * kernel: increase bus frequency

9.0, 10.02.2019
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Code:
 * February Android Security Bulletin: r31/r33
 * addressed new sepolicies
 * LineageOS, RR and PE: switched to restrictive selinux
 * Revert: forced vibration strength to 40%
 * XDA: updated all threads
 * switched to basic USB HAL (fixes a bug where you couldn't select USB mode via notification)
 * kernel: fixed vfpmodule crash

9.0, 19.01.2019
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Notes: It's a stable build since it passes the tests, but one user reported a complete system breakdown which needs further investigation. The other cases are fine.
Code:
 * January Android Security Bulletin: r30
 * enabled SUPL_ES
 * VoLTE overlays cleanup
 * Revert: kernel: fixed LG drivers and FunctionFS(USB) incompatibility
 * addressed sepolicies (permissive)
 * reworked Keymaster support
 * forced vibration strength to 40%
 * fixed possible kernel camera driver crash
 * enabled memory optimizations
 * reduced surfaceflinger log spam

9.0, 23.12.2018 - Christmas update
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Not working: LED
Code:
 * (!)improved stability: using Oreo 4.9 gcc - this theoretically means a lot less random reboots
 * December Android Security Bulletin: r21
 * d851/f400/g3ds/ls990: really small possibility of audio quiet noise, bug or improvement - need feedback
 * d855: added vendor security patch level
 * device trees: complete rework
 * kernel: fixed LG drivers and FunctionFS(USB) incompatibility (not tested)
 * kernel: reworked netfilter and O_TMPFILE backport
 * (?)ls990: maybe nfc fix? untested after trees rework
 * removed FlipFlap(SmartCover) due to build issue
 * switched to new Lights and Vibrator HAL
 * vs985: small GPS capabilities fix

9.0, 15.10.2018 18.11.2018
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Code:
 * initial bringup
 
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jrickman51

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May 2, 2017
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Same problem on the VS985, clean install, all looks good but stops on the splash screen. Tried several times waiting up to a half hour at one point. Really came out running! Many releases with one I've never seen? Go get em, great contribution to our phones! Thank you.
 

shahabkhan99

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May 12, 2012
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If the build doesn't look like booting up, it's because I released the wrong series of build with audio HAL issue I already fixed. it may take some time for me to rebuild all five roms but I'll try to do it as fast as I can. Sorry for that.

Sent from my Galaxy S8+ using XDA Labs

Don't be sorry .... This is life
We are here to test and support you
So don't worry .... Keep make ...we keep testing
Thanks for great work
 

jrickman51

Senior Member
May 2, 2017
100
90
Same problem on the VS985, clean install, all looks good but stops on the splash screen. Tried several times waiting up to a half hour at one point. Really came out running! Many releases with one I've never seen? Go get em, great contribution to our phones! Thank you.


Sorry didn't see the above post.
 

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    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.
     */

    eyd0KOd.png

    Pixel Experience is an AOSP based ROM, with Google apps included and all Pixel goodies (launcher, wallpapers, icons, fonts, bootanimation).
    Our mission is to offer the maximum possible stability and security, along with essential features for the proper functioning of the device.

    0fadZrM.png

    If you encounter any issues with sensors or anything related to hardware, please flash stock rom and then a custom one.
    Clean flash is highly recommended. The build is binder64.
    • wipe Dalvik cache, /system, /data and /cache.
    • flash latest ROM zip
    • DO NOT FLASH GAPPS, PixelExperience has prebuilt ones

    KJHpC5m.png

    If you want to contact me, head for my telegram.
    I also really recommend joining telegram: G3 development channel for more info about my projects!
    The thread has been designed by me, please don't copy it.

    LQAXHkg.png

    MEGA (recommended)
    AndroidFileHost
    Recommended TWRP
    Open GApps
    Recommended Stock ROM by @MESA
    Root: Magisk
    3__HacerPermisivo.zip - use this to switch your kernel selinux to permissive
    bootimage_adb_unsecure by @AdrianDC - for debugging
    Mr_Bump.zip by @dadi11 - flash this when you occur Secure booting error (boot certification verify)
    custom kernel: LineageXTD by @ppajdek (discontinued, issues may occur)

    d6lt6nr.png

    If you want to report an issue, please use the issue tracker providing your variant and the most information you can, e.g. full logcat, installed addons.

    BrqVf46.png

    @dadi11
    @ppajdek
    @walter79
    @Artx
    @firebird11

    es122IC.png

    github.com/PixelExperience
    github.com/itsHardStyl3r
    gitlab.com/HardStyl3r
    device and kernel sources

    local_manifests
    Important: information about open sources from HardStyl3r

    XDA:DevDB Information
    PixelExperience, ROM for the LG G3

    Contributors
    HardStyl3r
    ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2018-10-15
    Last Updated 2019-06-21
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    this and the last ROM are the slowest Ive seen yet on my d855 besides half of the sensors not working

    Try doing one thing right before releasing a dozen roms
    It took 5 minutes to log in and post this
    Thats how bad It is

    You know the dev does this for free, on his own time, LG gave up on this phone several years back. We have choices, if your unhappy with it..... Move along and don't bash the guy that's trying to keep your vintage phone running the newest software and security patches. Possible you've done something wrong on your end since reading prior posts no one else is complaining about this? At the moment we have two devs that are compiling for several variants of the LG. I'm extremely grateful for their efforts and time to give me a few choices for new software. I'd say that he's doing something right, he has many followers that encourage and give constructive feedback. Bottom line if your unhappy with this one move on, go back to stock. But don't attack the person that's giving you this for free. He owes you nothing. You owe him a thanks for letting you not have to step into a new contract for 800 bucks. I've personally ran ALL of his roms over the last several months, I've yet to experience any major issues? Few bugs but that's expected, they get worked out in time. Suggestion, I'd flash back to stock and start over, root, recovery and then new rom before I blame someone that's building stable roms for the community. Make sure the blame is going where it's deserved. Best wishes.
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    new PixelExperience builds have been released. this one is tested and is working on d855. please report every issue.
    9
    update is coming out soon
    9
    23.12.2018 - new update!
    Changelog is available in #2 post, enjoy!
    ???