[ROM][AOKP 7.1/Nougat][HLTE]OFFICIAL AOKP for Galaxy Note 3 (Unified) Nightlies

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[ROM][AOKP 7.1/Nougat][HLTE]OFFICIAL AOKP for Galaxy Note 3 (Unified) Nightlies

Code:
*** Disclaimer***
Your warranty is now void!
I am not responsible for damages caused by this ROM
YOU are choosing to install it!
If you have any concerns about potential issues or features with this ROM, do your research!
If you accuse me of causing problems with your device, you WILL be ridiculed!

Introduction
AOKP is a ROM developed by TeamKang, based on AOSP with magical unicorn bytes (awesome features) baked right in!
These builds have only been tested on SM-N9005! @Buslova confirmed working on SM-N900P for Sprint


Features
  • Full OMS/Substratum support - Theming built right in
  • ROM Control app - A central place to manage all almost all the cool features Magical Unicorn Bytes!
  • Gesture Anywhere/App Circle Bar/App Sidebar - Use gestures/side bars to launch frequently used apps/activities
  • PIE - Quickly access common actions by swiping up above home key
  • LED Control - Control color and pattern for notification LED
  • Tons of other tuneables - So many aspects can be changed, from the LockScreen to the hardware button mapping, and much more!

Installation instructions
  • Backup your data! (nandroid, TiBu, etc.)
  • Wipe Data/Factory Reset (You did backup, right?)
  • Flash ROM
  • Flash GAPPS (OpenGapps or similar; ARM platform; Android 7.1)
  • Wipe Cache/Dalvik Cache
  • Reboot

Download

Changelog
Code:
Changelog is available at the download link above

Thanks To/Credits
*TeamKang
*tdm
*LineageOS

PayPal Donations and thanks are always appreciated!

XDA:DevDB Information
Android Open Kang Project for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (HLTE), ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Contributors
shane87
Source Code: [url]http://aokp.co/source[/URL]

ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.x
ROM Firmware Required: Latest TWRP or CWM Recovery
Based On: AOKP

Version Information
Status: Nightly

Created 2017-11-26
Last Updated 2017-11-26
 

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shane87

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I can't guarantee that it would, but this rom uses the exact same kernel as lineage, so any kernel that works with lineage should work here. If you try it out, let me know
 

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I can't guarantee that it would, but this rom uses the exact same kernel as lineage, so any kernel that works with lineage should work here. If you try it out, let me know

Currently there are no custom kernels that do work with LineageOS, because of changes in RIL libs location on 5.11, so any build after that date will only work with stock kernel.
 

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Currently there are no custom kernels that do work with LineageOS, because of changes in RIL libs location on 5.11, so any build after that date will only work with stock kernel.
Ah ok. I haven't looked into any custom kernels on the hlte. I use my wife's phone for testing, so not a lot of chance to test stuff like that.

[Clarification]
Another point that I just thought of (it's very early lol); If you DO find a kernel that works with Lineage/AOKP, I don't accept bug reports from people running custom kernels. Too many variables to account for in debugging.
 
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please add the rom screenshots and tell us the features of rom,
this rom have spen?
There are a few screenshots, if you click on the screenshots tab at the top. I will add more later. As far as features, it's AOKP. AOKP's website can give you a decent overview of the features. I may add a feature list later. If I have time. As far as s-pen support goes, not yet. S-pen currently only works on stock to the best of my knowledge.

[Update]
It appears that Lineage has added at least partial s-pen/stylus gestures support. I'm looking into pulling that support over to AOKP. NO ETAS!

[Update 2]
I added a short feature list. And more screenshots. For further info, refer to the AOKP site posted above.
 
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Currently there are no custom kernels that do work with LineageOS, because of changes in RIL libs location on 5.11, so any build after that date will only work with stock kernel.

Would you have any idea on which changes exactly we're looking at?
I'm on RRN 5.8.5 CHN version but with "no sim" issues since the last 2 releases even on stock kernel, just wondering if AOPK has the same issue. Note that my device is a China model SM-N9008V Qualcomm CPU

Thanks for the feedback
 

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Would you have any idea on which changes exactly we're looking at?
I'm on RRN 5.8.5 CHN version but with "no sim" issues since the last 2 releases even on stock kernel, just wondering if AOPK has the same issue. Note that my device is a China model SM-N9008V Qualcomm CPU

Thanks for the feedback
I gave up on hlte for a long time before I began working on AOKP for hlte. I use my wife's phone as a guinea pig (I own an AT&T LG G4), and I was compiling LOS for her. Around May or June, all of the LOS builds started giving me "no sim" grief. I pored through LOS kernel and device tree changes, and couldn't come up with anything. Then, about a month ago, I started digging again. The "no sim" issue, at least in my case, was caused by LOS upgrading the firmware that they build in to their ROM. The new firmware requires a modem update. Flashed the latest modem, and problem solved. I can't guarantee that your "no sim" issue is the same, but it is a good place to start. Also, please note that I have NOT tested these builds on anything but an SM-N9005 International unlocked GSM variant, as that is all I have access to.
 
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I gave up on hlte for a long time before I began working on AOKP for hlte. I use my wife's phone as a guinea pig (I own an AT&T LG G4), and I was compiling LOS for her. Around May or June, all of the LOS builds started giving me "no sim" grief. I pored through LOS kernel and device tree changes, and couldn't come up with anything. Then, about a month ago, I started digging again. The "no sim" issue, at least in my case, was caused by LOS upgrading the firmware that they build in to their ROM. The new firmware requires a modem update. Flashed the latest modem, and problem solved. I can't guarantee that your "no sim" issue is the same, but it is a good place to start. Also, please note that I have NOT tested these builds on anything but an SM-N9005 International unlocked GSM variant, as that is all I have access to.

Thanks for the feedback, problem is i'm already on the latest modem (China ... :crying: not the most updating country around). Anyway i keep hoping and checking also with Lineage OS devs, so with a bit of luck :eek: We need to stay optimist here. If i doesn't get solved then maybe i turn to a non lineage based rom if they are still around.

Thanks a lot!! Good luck with AOPK :good::good:
 

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sm-n900p (SPRINT) user here. I've run AOKP on my galaxy nexus before my note 3. I always enjoyed the built in options and smoothness of AOKP. And once again AOKP knocked it out tha park on first nougat build for us! It even works on my picky n900p without needing to set any APN or network settings. Full LTE, SMS, MMS access upon first boot after flashing ROM + nano gapps! That's a rarity these days! I can't say thanks enough. I seriously have been thinking about getting a new phone since all other ROMS I have saved or even "new" ones were all starting to have little quirks or data was near impossible to get to work (mainly those ports) even after flashing apn setting .zips in recovery (I have a few mvno zips and one I made just for sprint).

However, after the magical pink unicorn boot animation closed and the system began running, I instantly had LTE service. Thanks so much! I haven't upgraded because honestly I don't think a better over-all device has been made since the note 3. Features keep disappearing with only marginal increases in performance that for a while (gotten a lil better lately) was negated by bloated ui overlays.

I can't believe I finally have official AOKP on my n900p and it ran flawless on 1st try. =)
 
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Considering how hard I've been both working followed by partying hard (i work retail....everyday that I survive is a miracle), I'm sure I'm just overlooking these features. I apologize if I just overlooked these. If they're not there, is there a way to request it/them to be added to AOKP chain?

1. Is there a way to turn on battery bar on home screen especially since my battery % icon I've been using occasionally disappears (weird one, never witnessed that before). Not a big deal but I always preferred a thin battery bar at the top. 1 less thing in my status bar.
2. Am I just missing it or is there a way to set a specific app launch to long press of left capactive button or better yet for consistency reasons, ability to choose specific apps for long press on any of the 3 buttons on the bottom? I only see options for pre-set android actions, not an option to choose an app to launch.
3. Is there or ever will be a theme engine or maybe substratum support?

I'm gonna rock this ROM regardless, just 3 of my top fav features that I haven't found yet. Figured I'd ask since knowing me, I just missed the option somewhere.
 

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For the first two, I'm honestly not sure. I know that they are not implemented. As far as getting them added, I'm just getting my feet wet on maintaining a device, and I know that TeamKang is working on Oreo bring up, so I wouldn't hold my breath on them getting in any time soon. Maybe once Oreo work settles down a bit it can be looked at.

OMS/Substratum support is already built in. Just download the Substratum app from the play store, and any themes you want as well. My wife is running J-Ice Substratum theme on her SM-N9005 right now.
 
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For the first two, I'm honestly not sure. I know that they are not implemented. As far as getting them added, I'm just getting my feet wet on maintaining a device, and I know that TeamKang is working on Oreo bring up, so I wouldn't hold my breath on them getting in any time soon. Maybe once Oreo work settles down a bit it can be looked at.

OMS/Substratum support is already built in. Just download the Substratum app from the play store, and any themes you want as well. My wife is running J-Ice Substratum theme on her SM-N9005 right now.

Thanks man. Ya, I ain't holding my breath that this device will get Oreo builds but I'm happy since this is the most stable/feature packed nougat ROM that I've been able to run on my n900p without jumping through hoops.

Thanks again for everything. Wasn't trying to add requests to your plate. I also didn't even think about the fact Oreo is here so of course all the larger teams have moved their focus to that build. I just thought maybe I missed the first 2 items I mentioned since almost any aosp/cm/lineage/sammy based rom have those features nowadays. No biggie. I can survive without.

Can't say thanx enough man which is why i maxxed out my "thanks" button on you today. =)
 

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Well, again, no promises or ETAs, but I am going to work on getting Oreo for hlte. I already let TeamKang know I would work on the Oreo bring up when they made me device maintainer. But I have a few other things I'm trying to get pulled in first (s-pen), and I'm waiting a bit to see how Oreo bring up on lineage works out for hlte. Anyway, thanks for the support! Its nice to be able to share my work (what little I do, lol) with someone besides family and friends.
 

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    [ROM][AOKP 7.1/Nougat][HLTE]OFFICIAL AOKP for Galaxy Note 3 (Unified) Nightlies

    Code:
    *** Disclaimer***
    Your warranty is now void!
    I am not responsible for damages caused by this ROM
    YOU are choosing to install it!
    If you have any concerns about potential issues or features with this ROM, do your research!
    If you accuse me of causing problems with your device, you WILL be ridiculed!

    Introduction
    AOKP is a ROM developed by TeamKang, based on AOSP with magical unicorn bytes (awesome features) baked right in!
    These builds have only been tested on SM-N9005! @Buslova confirmed working on SM-N900P for Sprint


    Features
    • Full OMS/Substratum support - Theming built right in
    • ROM Control app - A central place to manage all almost all the cool features Magical Unicorn Bytes!
    • Gesture Anywhere/App Circle Bar/App Sidebar - Use gestures/side bars to launch frequently used apps/activities
    • PIE - Quickly access common actions by swiping up above home key
    • LED Control - Control color and pattern for notification LED
    • Tons of other tuneables - So many aspects can be changed, from the LockScreen to the hardware button mapping, and much more!

    Installation instructions
    • Backup your data! (nandroid, TiBu, etc.)
    • Wipe Data/Factory Reset (You did backup, right?)
    • Flash ROM
    • Flash GAPPS (OpenGapps or similar; ARM platform; Android 7.1)
    • Wipe Cache/Dalvik Cache
    • Reboot

    Download

    Changelog
    Code:
    Changelog is available at the download link above

    Thanks To/Credits
    *TeamKang
    *tdm
    *LineageOS

    PayPal Donations and thanks are always appreciated!

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Android Open Kang Project for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (HLTE), ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

    Contributors
    shane87
    Source Code: [url]http://aokp.co/source[/URL]

    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.x
    ROM Firmware Required: Latest TWRP or CWM Recovery
    Based On: AOKP

    Version Information
    Status: Nightly

    Created 2017-11-26
    Last Updated 2017-11-26
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    Guys, I FINALLY got a successful Oreo AOKP build! I am going to do some basic testing in the next couple of days (make sure it boots, can make calls, take pictures, etc.) Once I have done that, I will be looking for a few testers to do some more stringent tests that I just can't do, since I have to test using my wife's phone. As of right now, I am NOT giving out the link to the ROM!
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    Update
    So I have been trying to bring more s-pen support to AOKP Nougat. The s-pen currently works as a stylus, but there is no support for using the stylus to input gestures like you can on stock. Lineage recently merged a few commits to implement stylus gestures into their trees, and I have been trying to cherry-pick those over to AOKP. I've got the changes to CMParts pulled in and merged, and everything still builds. But when I merge the code to actually make the gestures work, it breaks hlte builds. On doing some digging, it appears our framework is missing some commits that lineage has merged. And I'm talking a large number of commits, going back a couple of years. With everyone working on Oreo bring up, I'm just not sure if we can get it straightened out for Nougat. On the plus side, the commits are there for Oreo, so adding stylus gestures for Oreo should be a cinch, once we get Oreo going that is. Again, NO ETAs!!!
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    GIVE YOUR NOTE-3 N9005 STEREO SOUND with built-in speakers

    Hello again! Last night i managed to enable dual stereo mod for this ROM (or maybe all lineage roms in general as this rom is based on lineage). I have previously tried using the mod that already exists for TouchWiz based roms but it failed in giving me any sort of output so i took the file of this AOKP ROM and did the modifications myself in order to keep things from braking up. The big problem was that after enabling the dual stereo i discovered that I lost the loudspeaker function during voice calls. Today i managed to fix that too so i am uploading the file for you to use. I am happy to share this with you but please BEWARE that i haven't tested it in depth so do keep a backup of your original file before copying mine over just in case.

    The installation is very simple - use any root file manager (I am using "Total Commander") to copy the attached file to your /system/etc folder after renaming the original file there to something else like mixer_paths_old.xml. After copying make sure you gave it the proper permissions for reading and reboot your phone. Open any youtube or other media file and enjoy STEREO SOUND ! :) Left speaker is the ear speaker (the one over samsung logo in front) and right speaker is the speaker at the bottom (next to stylus).

    "Thank you" 's appreciated if you found this mod useful ;)
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    Alright guys, I have tested the AOKP Oreo build, and it does boot! Calls work, camera sort of works (pictures work, app crashes when trying to save video), root works, at least the basics are there. I'm not sure what all features have been ported at this time, if any have. I know that ROMControl has not been ported yet. If anyone wants to test, pm me and I will get you the link to my unofficial build.
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