[ROM][9.0][grus][unofficial] crDroid Android

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Sep 18, 2011
Which google camera mod is usable?
I tried MGC_6.2.030_MI9SE_V4++.apk, and UNI_CAM_v1.2_Android_Q-grus.apk, both HDR progress bar won't go away.

MGC_3.2.045_MI9SE_V1.apk seems working, but the colours are off a bit.
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Nov 18, 2017
Seems not working for me. Latest crdroid Q rom.
Viewfinder will freeze at startup, or a completely black viewfinder.
Load a XML config file by double taping the black area around the shutter. You have to put it in the internal storage in Gcam/Configs folder (create it if it doesn't exist). You'll find the config file in the download page.
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Petr 78

Jul 13, 2019
crDroid under Android 10 (20191212 Build)
When i use fingeprint to unlock, the phone is unlocked but frozen.
When i use PIN to unlock, phone works normally.
Where is the problem?

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    crDroid is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device also attempting to bringing many of the best features existent today. It's mainly based on LineageOS.


    Click for feature list

    Always Have a full functional Backup. Just in case!

    crDroid v5.8 build

    1. Unlocked BL and TWRP installed

    First time installing crDroid to your phone, or coming from another ROM:

    1) Boot into twrp, format data, swipe to factory reset, reboot back into twrp
    2) flash crDroid zip
    3) flash FW-Baseband_EEAGlobal_V10.3.4.0.PFBEUXM.zip
    4) Flash gapps & magisk (if needed)
    5) Reboot and pray || enjoy !
    In case of bootloop/fastboot: flash vbmeta.img with fastboot --disable-verity --disable-verification flash vbmeta vbmeta.img

    Vendorless (GSI) crDroid v5.6 build [DEPRECATED]

    1. Unlocked BL and TWRP installed
    2. Running some recent MIUI (yep, it's all about Treble so we're going to use vendor's blob and firmware)

    First time installing crDroid to your phone, or coming from another ROM:

    1) Boot into twrp, format data, swipe to factory reset, reboot back into twrp
    2) flash vendor-firmware zip & crDroid zip
    3) Flash gapps & magisk (if needed)
    4) Reboot and pray || enjoy !
    5) In case of bootloop: flash vbmeta.img with fastboot --disable-verity --disable-verification flash vbmeta vbmeta.img (check GSI topics to obtain vbmeta file)

    ***Remember to always clean flash before reporting problems. Clean flashing is always the best method of ROM install.

    you tell me

    Kudos to:
    crDroid Team
    @okitavera (ROM bundled with her kernel)

    Get your developer happy buy him some beer.. :) (thank you guys who already donated btw! very appreciated!)
    * Repo sync
    * Camera media_profiles additions
    * CHRE/ContextHub enabled (flash FW-Baseband_EEAGlobal_V10.3.4.0.PFBEUXM.zip for it to work)
    * Wifi Offload (?)
    * DPI set to 480
    * Reverted back to Okita Kernel 8.0
    * Perhaps it's final crDroid update based on Android Pie

    * Ditched out castrated crDroid's doze implementation in favor of CustomDoze (more options like pulse on double tap etc)
    * Attempts to fix Always on Display, should be better now
    * Complete device tree rework

    * Aspect ratio fix for pre-O apps
    * Sync with crDroid repo
    * bring up some build.props from MIUI
    * some minor fixes..

    * Screen inactivity time fix
    * Fix Smartbar transperency (intentionally broken by crDroid but for what reason??)
    Can you tell me your exact steps please?, and additional info like, which rom you had before, and if you flash anything with fastboot and what with twrp, also, which twrp you used, and about vbmeta, you used it after, when you got stuck at fastboot as well?, sorry for so much questions but I really want to get rid of miui.
    If you have any additional info/advice, I would really appreciate it.

    Hi bro, here are the steps:

    1. Flash latest TWRP from here using fastboot https://forum.xda-developers.com/mi-9-se/development/twrp-3-3-1-3-mi9se-t3949328
    2. Boot into TWRP and go to wipe -> Swipe to factory reset, then go to advanced and wipe davilk cache - cache and data
    3. Go to Install and flash firmware given by OP
    4. Boot into fastboot mode again and flash vendor.img given by OP
    5. Now boot into TWRP and go to Install and Flash CrDroid & Gapps (Pico are recommended https://opengapps.org/)
    6. Now boot into fastboot mode using TWRP´s reboot options and flash vbmeta.img to prevent bootloop with this command: fastboot --disable-verity --disable-verification flash vbmeta vbmeta.img (run this command using 1.4.3 adb fastboot https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=746010030569952951)
    6.1 - Make sure that you put vbmeta.img file into the same folder that you installed adb fastboot 1.4.3, then run "cmdhere" as admin and paste the command
    7. If everything went Ok with step 6.1 - > type "fastboot reboot" Now you will have CrDroid installed :D
    @vecino finally I was able to get GPay working on my device :D

    I am using latest beta build (082619), Google Play Services beta 19.0.56 and latest GPay apk 2.96.

    I followed these steps:
    -clean flash of ROM and gapps.
    -skip GPay setup on start.
    -flash magisk, then add SQLite module and SQL fix. It will hid GPay and other Google related apps.
    -reboot and a add card, then reboot again.