- Oct 10, 2013
- We are still Permissive (SELinux)
- Encryption has not been tested .. pls test on your own risk.
- And maybe more issues .. ?
1.) Do factory reset in TWRP - keep internal storage this way.
2.) Format /system partition in TWRP
3.) Install ROM
4.) Install Gapps (optional)
5.) Install Magisk 23.0 / 24.1 (optional)
6.) Reboot into system and start to setup your device.
Android 11/12 File-system size:
Flo and Deb device -> 1275 MB -> both devices needs reparition !
Pls check below for more details.
@ipdev made some opengapps packages.
Or use BITGapps or other packags for ARM.
The builds have been patched to support microG !
Tested with Magisk 24.1
System repartitioning / Opengapps: Error 70
The current system partition is (getting) full !
You need to do repartition your system partition .. either via TWRP package or manually via shell.
It's an one time task.
But the filesystem of the system.img inside the ROM will keep always the same size .. approx. 880mb.
The filesystem does not know the "real" size of the actual partition.
In general .. If you install an image into a partition the filesystem will have the size of the image (in our case 880mb).
The free space we got thru repartitioning needs to be allocated again.
For this reason we need to enlarge/resize the filesystem after each ROM update and/or clean install.
Only the filesystem .. the partition itself will stay untouched.
The automatic enlarge/resize of the filesystem is part of the ROM installer.
There are repartition solutions from @ipdev @Clamor @k23m .. and maybe more.
Made new sysrepart.zip based on the original from @k23m
The original code is changing to 1140MB (system) and 260MB (cache).
These days /cache is not used anymore .. a few MB only.
For this reason I have changed the values to 1280 (system) and 120MB (cache) now.
In latest version we have changed to 1380MB (system) and 20MB (cache)
All the credits to @k23m !!!
Pls check REPIT script from @ipdev .. to get 1480MB system partition .. to be able to install opengapps !
All other ROM have been moved to androidfilehost.com ..
All the testing has been done by @ipdev - big thanks to him !
Thanks to @nbehary and @DevSwift1 and @flex1911 and @yattodettaman and @emmett.tsai !
Big Thanks to LineageOS Team !