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[ROM][AOSP][dragon] -> [9.0.0_r42]/[10_r33] from Vartom

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Vartom

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Long thought to upload his own version of AOSP or not, but still decided.
So version of AOSP Pie with corrections in the device tree from Vartom.

Updated Selinux rules.
Added fixes to drm_hwcomposer.
Applied fixes preventing spam to the kernel log.
Saved device name as Pixel C.

drm_hwcomposer
Device tree

Download -r16


Changes
Corrections in wifi direct.
Cleaning the system from old libraries.
Download -r21

Changes:
-add aptx-hd codec.
Download -r34

Changes:
- Google security updates -> April 2019
- No kernel updates
Download -r35

Changes:
- Google security updates -> May 2019
- kernel updates
disabled kernel lowmemorykiller, enable MEMCG, switch lmkd to userspace.

Download -r39

Download -r42

Changes:
- Google security updates -> March 2020
- in kernel - battery fix/hack
Download AOSP 10-r32

Changes:
- Google security updates -> April 2020
- camera enable( but freeze after a minute of use).
- disabled touchbust for CPU and GPU.
Download AOSP 10-r33

AOSP updates will be in this thread
Full Treble and GSI system on the Dragon
 
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AlfreGarcia98

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Mar 11, 2015
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I did not use lineageos 15.1/16.0, I used the official firmware all the time. After the first versions of Android 9 appeared, I use my versions of AOSP Pie firmware.
And what would you say? Is it better than stock? How is battery, multitasking going? I'm going to install pie but don't know what rom

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Vartom

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And what would you say? Is it better than stock? How is battery, multitasking going? I'm going to install pie but don't know what rom

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I wanted to say that I can not make the comparison proposed by you, because I did not use the firmware you specified.
In comparison with the official firmware, I did not find significant advantages for myself. Just an updated version of android. Autonomy in my opinion improved slightly by 1-1.5 hours. Multi-tasking remained at the same level.
 
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AlfreGarcia98

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Sorry but I'm a bit lost. Wich one do you think is better, the discontinued pixel experience, this aosp or lineage? Thanks

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Monfro

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Nexus 9
Google Pixel C
Thank you Vartom for your constant and important commitment for the development of Nexus 9 and Pixel C.
This AOSP rom is running really great.
However April version needs more time to load browser pages, Facebook pictures etc. compared to March rom and the previous one.

Maybe is better to perform a fresh install (i am running the rom since November)?

Someone know if restore wizard has been fixed in latest gapps?
Back in October-november you had to skip it and set everything from scratch.
 

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