[ROM][AOSP][dragon] -> [9.0.0_r31_PQ2A.190205.001] -> 02-2019 (DISCONTINUED)

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Monazite

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does the bootloader version matter at all?

im stuck on 7900.50.0 and can't update to the 126 version at all. i get unknown command issues when flashing it through bootloader

though, this will boot - but im stuck at "checking for updates" and it never gets through it.

i flashed the 1105 copy alongside 1111 gapps mini, off of twrp 3.2.3.0
You can flash latest full OTA zip in TWRP to upgrade bootloader. But stuck at checking for updates is irrelevant with bootloader...

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followmsi

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does the bootloader version matter at all?

im stuck on 7900.50.0 and can't update to the 126 version at all. i get unknown command issues when flashing it through bootloader

though, this will boot - but im stuck at "checking for updates" and it never gets through it.

i flashed the 1105 copy alongside 1111 gapps mini, off of twrp 3.2.3.0
Pls skip network setup completely in gapps setupwizard ..just skip all steps and setup later on.
Does it help for you ?
 
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夜霜行

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When I follow the steps to install, restart the system after success, but keep restarting on the boot page, what is the reason?:crying:
 

followmsi

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December 2018

AOSP_9.0.0_r21_PQ1A.181205.006_dragon-ota-eng.followmsi.zip

Changes
- Google security updates -> December 2018
- New kernel
- Notification Bar -> back to "standard" size

- The ROM does contain it's own vendor.img ! (If you go back to Oreo, pls reinstall stock vendor.img)

There will be one last AOSP Oreo build -> when Google releases the last official Oreo update.

Enjoy ..:p
 

ipdev

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I'm stuck on "Checking for updates..."
Any tips?
My guess is you setup Wifi in SetupWizard instead of skipping past it?

Backup to the beginning of SetupWizard and SKIP Wifi Connection.
Setup WiFi (SKIP) -> Date & Time (Adjust if you want) -> Google Services (Setup if you wish) -> Protect your tablet (Skip for now).

Settings -> Apps & notifications -> See all number of apps apps -> (3 Dot Menu- Upper Right) Show system.
Select Android Setup -> (Select FORCE STOP and DISABLE) -> Storage-> (Select CLEAR CACHE & CLEAR STORAGE) Go back and do the same for the second Android Setup and Reboot.

Settings -> Wifi (Add/Connect to Wifi)
Log into PlayStore and update apps. When updates are done, reboot.
 

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EnginEAR

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My guess is you setup Wifi in SetupWizard instead of skipping past it?

Backup to the beginning of SetupWizard and SKIP Wifi Connection.
Setup WiFi (SKIP) -> Date & Time (Adjust if you want) -> Google Services (Setup if you wish) -> Protect your tablet (Skip for now).

Settings -> Apps & notifications -> See all number of apps apps -> (3 Dot Menu- Upper Right) Show system.
Select Android Setup -> (Select FORCE STOP and DISABLE) -> Storage-> (Select CLEAR CACHE & CLEAR STORAGE) Go back and do the same for the second Android Setup and Reboot.

Settings -> Wifi (Add/Connect to Wifi)
Log into PlayStore and update apps. When updates are done, reboot.

Awesome! Thank you very much for your detailed instructions.

I have another question... Is the a way of bypassing the "Bootloader is unlocked..." notification accompanied by the 30 second wait each boot? If so - could you please provide instructions for that as well?
 

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