[ROM] Dirty Unicorns 14.7 {Coral} (09/13/20)

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spaceman860

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About Us:
Dirty Unicorns is an AOSP based project built to enhance the stock Android experience.

Our focus has been and is always to contribute back to the community. That is ultimately why we do what we do.

We DO NOT accept, nor ask, for donations. We do not believe in that. Everything that is necessary to keep this project going comes out of our own pocket. This includes, but is not limited to; Devices, Gerrit, our websites and services, etc.. The only thing that we ask in return is that you have patience, search the thread for answers prior to posting, read diligently, and try to enjoy the process with us!



Kernel Source:
https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns/android_kernel_google_floral


Flashing Instructions:
If you have a device that uses TWRP
  • Verify that you're using the latest version of TWRP
  • Perform a FULL WIPE: (A full wipe is when you wipe system/data/cache/dalvik)
  • Flash the latest version of this ROM
  • Reboot and ENJOY!

If you have a device that does not use TWRP
  • Download boot.img and ROM zip from DU server
  • Reboot into bootloader and flash the boot.img

    Code:
    fastboot flash --slot all boot boot.img
  • Reboot to recovery
  • Go to recovery select factory reset
  • Select Apply update from ADB to flash the zip

    Code:
    adb sideload nameofbuild.zip
  • Reboot and ENJOY!

If you're just updating DU on a device without TWRP
  • Download ROM zip from DU server
  • Reboot into recovery and select Apply update from ADB to flash the zip
  • Reboot system now and ENJOY!


**All bugs and feature requests must be reported to JIRA**

**If you use Xposed, please don't bother reporting any bugs**

**If you use another kernel, please don't bother reporting any bugs**

**If you fail to follow these instructions, please don't bother reporting any bugs**



Download Links:

Build(s) - Coral


Other Links:

ROM Source - https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns

Gerrit - http://gerrit.dirtyunicorns.com

Crowdin (translations) - https://crowdin.net/project/dirtyunicorns

JIRA (Bug Reporting / Feature Requests) - http://jira.dirtyunicorns.com/

Telegram - https://t.me/dirtyunicorns / https://t.me/DirtyUnicornsSupport


XDA:DevDB Information
Dirty Unicorns, ROM for the Google Pixel 4 XL

Contributors
NYCHitman1, spaceman860
Source Code: https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns

ROM OS Version: Android 10
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 14.7
Stable Release Date: 2020-09-13

Created 2020-08-08
Last Updated 2020-09-13
 

Aporzio

Senior Member
Sep 12, 2018
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About Us:
Dirty Unicorns is an AOSP based project built to enhance the stock Android experience.

Our focus has been and is always to contribute back to the community. That is ultimately why we do what we do.

We DO NOT accept, nor ask, for donations. We do not believe in that. Everything that is necessary to keep this project going comes out of our own pocket. This includes, but is not limited to; Devices, Gerrit, our websites and services, etc.. The only thing that we ask in return is that you have patience, search the thread for answers prior to posting, read diligently, and try to enjoy the process with us!



Kernel Source:
https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns/android_kernel_google_floral


Flashing Instructions:
If you have a device that uses TWRP
  • Verify that you're using the latest version of TWRP
  • Perform a FULL WIPE: (A full wipe is when you wipe system/data/cache/dalvik)
  • Flash the latest version of this ROM
  • Reboot and ENJOY!

If you have a device that does not use TWRP
  • Download boot.img and ROM zip from DU server
  • Reboot into bootloader and flash the boot.img

    Code:
    fastboot flash --slot all boot boot.img
  • Reboot to recovery
  • Go to recovery select factory reset
  • Select Apply update from ADB to flash the zip

    Code:
    adb sideload nameofbuild.zip
  • Reboot and ENJOY!

If you're just updating DU on a device without TWRP
  • Download ROM zip from DU server
  • Reboot into recovery and select Apply update from ADB to flash the zip
  • Reboot system now and ENJOY!


**All bugs and feature requests must be reported to JIRA**

**If you use Xposed, please don't bother reporting any bugs**

**If you use another kernel, please don't bother reporting any bugs**

**If you fail to follow these instructions, please don't bother reporting any bugs**



Download Links:

Build(s) - Coral


Other Links:

ROM Source - https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns

Gerrit - http://gerrit.dirtyunicorns.com

Crowdin (translations) - https://crowdin.net/project/dirtyunicorns

JIRA (Bug Reporting / Feature Requests) - http://jira.dirtyunicorns.com/

Telegram - https://t.me/dirtyunicorns / https://t.me/DirtyUnicornsSupport


XDA:DevDB Information
Dirty Unicorns, ROM for the Google Pixel 4 XL

Contributors
NYCHitman1, spaceman860
Source Code: https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns

ROM OS Version: Android 10
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 14.6
Stable Release Date: 2020-08-08

Created 2020-08-08
Last Updated 2020-08-08

If we're just updating do we flash the new boot.img first?
 
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NYCHitman1

Recognized Developer
Apr 9, 2010
5,594
6,773
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Google Pixel 2 XL
Google Pixel 3
About Us:
Dirty Unicorns is an AOSP based project built to enhance the stock Android experience.

Our focus has been and is always to contribute back to the community. That is ultimately why we do what we do.

We DO NOT accept, nor ask, for donations. We do not believe in that. Everything that is necessary to keep this project going comes out of our own pocket. This includes, but is not limited to; Devices, Gerrit, our websites and services, etc.. The only thing that we ask in return is that you have patience, search the thread for answers prior to posting, read diligently, and try to enjoy the process with us!


Kernel Source:
https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns/android_kernel_google_floral


Flashing Instructions:
If you have a device that uses TWRP
Verify that you're using the latest version of TWRP

Flash the latest version of this ROM

Download boot.img and ROM zip from DU server
Reboot to recovery
Select Apply update from ADB to flash the zip


If we're just updating do we flash the new boot.img first?


What @spaceman860 said, but updating instructions are also in the OP :)
 
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Madjax2020

Senior Member
Dec 7, 2019
408
58
Taking the plunge into 100% dirty BBL

Flashed and running. So far, can't turn on wifi calling. I'll check again after all updates are updated
 
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SinisterXReaper

Senior Member
Jan 19, 2013
170
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Google Pixel 5
Installed, everything running smoothly this far. Haven't used DU in awhile, so I'm excited to be running it again. I plan on getting Magisk up and running later on.

Edit: Magisk installed, no issues.
 
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Madjax2020

Senior Member
Dec 7, 2019
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Well, that's strange.. our local Verizon glutton @Surge1223 is on Verizon and doesn't have issues as far as I know.

When's the last time you flashed stock to get inline with the firmware?

Right before I was on aosip rom. Then flashed this

---------- Post added at 09:47 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:46 PM ----------

Right before I was on aosip rom. Then flashed this

Working from home so maybe I'll -w latest firmware then reflash this again and see

Wifi calling is on, can't send texts get or make calls
 
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Surge1223

Recognized Contributor
Nov 6, 2012
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Google Pixel 6 Pro
Right before I was on aosip rom. Then flashed this

---------- Post added at 09:47 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:46 PM ----------



Working from home so maybe I'll -w latest firmware then reflash this again and see

Wifi calling is on, can't send texts get or make calls

Clean flashing, it should work. It definitely sounds like an old firmware issue.

When you were on AOSIP, were you on the July build?
 

CyberpodS2

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Mar 27, 2012
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Hey @Surge1223 how are you? I reset firmware from factory, reflashed and I have calls and texts and wifi calling

I'm sure I sound like a broken record but just wanted to thank you for the follow-up that you found the fix and let folks know. It goes a long way when people search for an answer. :good:
 

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    About Us:
    Dirty Unicorns is an AOSP based project built to enhance the stock Android experience.

    Our focus has been and is always to contribute back to the community. That is ultimately why we do what we do.

    We DO NOT accept, nor ask, for donations. We do not believe in that. Everything that is necessary to keep this project going comes out of our own pocket. This includes, but is not limited to; Devices, Gerrit, our websites and services, etc.. The only thing that we ask in return is that you have patience, search the thread for answers prior to posting, read diligently, and try to enjoy the process with us!



    Kernel Source:
    https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns/android_kernel_google_floral


    Flashing Instructions:
    If you have a device that uses TWRP
    • Verify that you're using the latest version of TWRP
    • Perform a FULL WIPE: (A full wipe is when you wipe system/data/cache/dalvik)
    • Flash the latest version of this ROM
    • Reboot and ENJOY!

    If you have a device that does not use TWRP
    • Download boot.img and ROM zip from DU server
    • Reboot into bootloader and flash the boot.img

      Code:
      fastboot flash --slot all boot boot.img
    • Reboot to recovery
    • Go to recovery select factory reset
    • Select Apply update from ADB to flash the zip

      Code:
      adb sideload nameofbuild.zip
    • Reboot and ENJOY!

    If you're just updating DU on a device without TWRP
    • Download ROM zip from DU server
    • Reboot into recovery and select Apply update from ADB to flash the zip
    • Reboot system now and ENJOY!


    **All bugs and feature requests must be reported to JIRA**

    **If you use Xposed, please don't bother reporting any bugs**

    **If you use another kernel, please don't bother reporting any bugs**

    **If you fail to follow these instructions, please don't bother reporting any bugs**



    Download Links:

    Build(s) - Coral


    Other Links:

    ROM Source - https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns

    Gerrit - http://gerrit.dirtyunicorns.com

    Crowdin (translations) - https://crowdin.net/project/dirtyunicorns

    JIRA (Bug Reporting / Feature Requests) - http://jira.dirtyunicorns.com/

    Telegram - https://t.me/dirtyunicorns / https://t.me/DirtyUnicornsSupport


    XDA:DevDB Information
    Dirty Unicorns, ROM for the Google Pixel 4 XL

    Contributors
    NYCHitman1, spaceman860
    Source Code: https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns

    ROM OS Version: Android 10
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
    Based On: AOSP

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: 14.7
    Stable Release Date: 2020-09-13

    Created 2020-08-08
    Last Updated 2020-09-13
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    Great to see you guys back on XDA! Thanks for the all the awesome work you guys do for the community - especially us Pixel owners:good:
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    About Us:
    Dirty Unicorns is an AOSP based project built to enhance the stock Android experience.

    Our focus has been and is always to contribute back to the community. That is ultimately why we do what we do.

    We DO NOT accept, nor ask, for donations. We do not believe in that. Everything that is necessary to keep this project going comes out of our own pocket. This includes, but is not limited to; Devices, Gerrit, our websites and services, etc.. The only thing that we ask in return is that you have patience, search the thread for answers prior to posting, read diligently, and try to enjoy the process with us!


    Kernel Source:
    https://github.com/DirtyUnicorns/android_kernel_google_floral


    Flashing Instructions:
    If you have a device that uses TWRP
    Verify that you're using the latest version of TWRP

    Flash the latest version of this ROM

    Download boot.img and ROM zip from DU server
    Reboot to recovery
    Select Apply update from ADB to flash the zip


    If we're just updating do we flash the new boot.img first?


    What @spaceman860 said, but updating instructions are also in the OP :)
    6
    I follow DU on Twitter and have for some years now. Matter a fact that's why I rejoined Twitter, because DU updates were posted there. I read the message about you guys have stopped from here


    I just wanted to say that I, like many others loved you guys since day one!! I always knew if DU was available for a device I was purchasing that it would always be stable and work properly which has always been true. You guys are all legendary in my book and will always be some of the most respected developers there ever was on Android! I'm still following you too btw. :p Haha. Thanks for all the years you guys made DU and for all the work all of you have done on Android! Much respect and love always!
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    Yeah, just tried it and no luck, so you're probably right. Oh well, thanks for the help.........back on topic:

    @NYCHitman1 Will DU ever go back to Weekly's, or will it stay with the monthly security cycle for the long term?

    Thanks

    We generally move out of weeklies once the cycle begins slowing down, so to answer your question: yes -- weeklies will come back, but not until next cycle. For now, it will only be monthly builds coinciding with the Q security releases. I don't imagine that there will be many more Q builds either (maybe 1 or 2) since R is right on the horizon with an anticipated codebase release date of the week of Sept 7th.