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canodroid15

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Disclaimer: OctOs is a WIP. It has been evaluated as being stable, and is suitable for daily use in most cases. While it may be considered stable, there may be unknown bugs. The development team is not responsible for any damage to your device or your information.

Team OctOs presents Oct-M.

We maintain a current release record and change-log on our website: http://www.teamoctos.com

Weekly builds can be found here, https://www.teamoctos.com/weekly-builds/

We have Gapps here.

Aroma (659.6 mb)

http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=aroma

Full (484 mb)

http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=full

Mini (239 mb)

http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=mini

Micro (136.2 mb)

http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=micro

Nano (100.3 mb)

http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=nano

Pico (58.1 mb)

http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=pico


These are fully working 6.0 MM gapps built and maintained by OpenGApps. All credit goes to Opengapps, please show them some support!

- Please Do Not Mirror our files without talking to us. We can do that ourselves should we desire to. -


Team OctOs would like to thank Team Blackout for the use of their Blacked Out Nexus Launcher & for saving eyes one app at a time!
You can get all the TBO goodies here as well as the TBO Updater http://teamblackedout.com/ #whiteuimustdie
TBO thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=41545802

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is this Android 6 (Marshmallow)?
A: Yes, this is Android 6.0.x

Q: What code is Oct-M based on?
A: Starting with Oct-M, we've rebased OctOs on the CyanogenMod 13 code.

Q: What happened to AOSP?
A: All Android code is based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Under previous releases, we tried very hard to limit the number of "Not from Google directly" repositories that we used. Unfortunately, issues with devices, the need for Code Aurora Foundation (CAF) repositories for Qualcomm devices, and compatibility issues meant fighting code more often than not. We decided that since the code-base for many repositories were the same across most ROMs, picking a starting point to build the user experience on outweighed the desire to craft code from scratch, or fix broken code to make it work with other changes we already had.

Q: Why isn't there XYZ feature.
A: Shoot us a Suggestion if you want to see something added. While we are not going to promise to implement, we will always look into it

Q: But XYZ and all the others have...
A: ROM developers build something they want to use. The ROM developer that includes something they won't run implies less than 100% effort to ensure it does work. As a team, we have similar goals and objectives. If XYZ ROM has a feature you want, and we don't include (or don't want to include), feel free to use XYZ ROM, or build your own custom version of Oct-M.

Q: Superuser or SuperSU?
A: Team OctOs uses SuperSU and is installed automatically.

Bugs:
Bugs happen. Our testers are very good at breaking things, but no where near as good as the rest of the Android public. In order to investigate and fix issues, we need the help of the users who are going to report them. The Android OS has many nifty features to help us in this, but only if we can engage the user to assist us.

Logs, Logcat, and the Android Debugging Bridge (ADB)
Like any other OS, Android has multiple log files that are generated and record the goings-on of the system. As a user, you have two basic ways to view and pull these to send to us. Without the information in the logfiles, there simply is not a whole lot of information to go on.

Log file APKs
Team OctOs recommends SysLog from the Android Market. This application will allow you to selectively pick any (or all) of the system logs, compress them into a .ZIP file, and allow you to save, email, move to your Copy/DropBox/Cloud Storage account, etc.

ADB Logcat
The Android Debugging Bridge (ADB) is a powerful tool available from Google as part of the Android Software Development Kit (SDK). Used for many things, being able to selectively see, in real-time, what your device is doing cannot be downplayed. While there is more setup involved, if you are doing consistent ROM flashing, you really should invest the time to get setup properly to do it.

ADB Logcat tutorial here: How to create a logcat log


Basic Instructions:
  1. Download ROM .zip file, MD5 file & Open gapps (arm64) linked above
  2. Reboot to Recovery (Note: Use Reboot to Recovery from Power Menu, Hardware-based boot to recovery, or adb reboot recovery - ROM Manager or similar software is NOT supported)
    --- TWRP is the ONLY recovery Team OctOs uses - We do not support flashing on CWM ---
  3. Factory Reset from TWRP
  4. Flash ROM and GApps .ZIP files
  5. Reboot

The Oct-M ROM installation script will automatically wipe /system, /cache, and /data/dalvik-cache. There is no need to do these before or after flashing the ROM unless you are instructed to by your GApps Provider

The foundation of the Android OS is the fact that is it open-source. We have all code we use internally in the creation of Oct-M available on our GitHub repositories.

Unless otherwise specified, all Oct-M builds use the device's stock CyanogenMod 13 kernel.

Team OctOs GitHub - http://www.github.com/Team-OctOs
Team OctOs Gerrit Review - http://www.teamoctos.com:8080
Team OctOs GPLv2 License - http://www.teamoctos.com/license/
Team OctOs Patreon Campaign - https://www.patreon.com/TOctOs

Want To Build Your Own?
Check out the ReadMe on our GitHub for Instructions


Special thanks to
  • Our testers, without which, there would be no public releases for OctOs

    We would also like to thank
  • CyanogenMod
  • OmniROM
  • LiquidSmooth
  • Anyone else who has ever submitted Open-Source code

Follow Us at the various websites below!


GoLWUqMtsL2DKAEg


Above is our hidden menu. It can be accessed 3 different ways: "Tentacles" in app drawer, quick settings tile, or by pressing settings/about phone/OctOS build date.
MORE PICS OF OUR FEATURES: https://copy.com/9V9skpmRVsRaa6mx

XDA:DevDB Information
Oct-M, ROM for the LG G4

Contributors
canodroid15, cjkacz, joryb, bthorne79, hedwig34
Source Code: http://www.github.com/Team-OctOs

ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
Based On: CyanogenMod 13

Version Information
Status: Testing
Beta Release Date: 2016-02-26

Created 2016-02-27
Last Updated 2016-08-26
 

dd0s

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Oct 24, 2009
509
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Too bad there are no h815 downloads.

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agusantakosen

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Feb 7, 2016
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h815 ?

Hello good day :
In the title says it is for lg H815 but on the web are only available for H811, is that correct?
 

alNzy

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Feb 28, 2016
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İstanbul
how about the camera? does it support orginal stock rom's all camera features? also does it support infrared? is there a way to get all camera features if it doesnt support orginal stock rom's camera features?
 

Donric13

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Nov 10, 2014
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Thanks for this rom. Seems smooth and fast. Gonna look battery life the next days. Only things i didn't find is to change navbar dpi and show notification always expanded. Would be nice if this could be added.

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Meakii

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Nov 10, 2013
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Thanks for this rom. Seems smooth and fast. Gonna look battery life the next days. Only things i didn't find is to change navbar dpi and show notification always expanded. Would be nice if this could be added.

Yea agree nav dpi would be great. Also perhaps middle lockscreen shortcuts if possible?
 

canodroid15

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Apr 5, 2014
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www.teamoctos.com
Thanks for this rom. Seems smooth and fast. Gonna look battery life the next days. Only things i didn't find is to change navbar dpi and show notification always expanded. Would be nice if this could be added.

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I'll see what we can do about it ? Glad you guys are enjoying the ROM! ?
 

canodroid15

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Flash it! You'll love the power of the MIGHTY KRAKEN! ? ? As gar as the camera the stock code belongs to LG & I'm sure they have it locked down which would make it impossible. Just like Samsung when the S3 came out. Now, I could be wrong so, if you see a ROM or know of a ROM that has said stock LG camera features please let us know & we'll definitely look into it. Hope you enjoy the ROM, its only the beginning we're always working hard to bring y'all the best yet stable builds.
 

DaarkieDoo

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Flash it! You'll love the power of the MIGHTY KRAKEN! ? ? As gar as the camera the stock code belongs to LG & I'm sure they have it locked down which would make it impossible. Just like Samsung when the S3 came out. Now, I could be wrong so, if you see a ROM or know of a ROM that has said stock LG camera features please let us know & we'll definitely look into it. Hope you enjoy the ROM, its only the beginning we're always working hard to bring y'all the best yet stable builds.
Some of g4 roms (candySix and cyanogenmod) has a improved version of snapcamera to use the g4's hardware better for better photos. I look forward to flash it, just has to get through this school day :D

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dd0s

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I only get WhatsApp messages when my Phone is connected to my WLAN. Any Idea?

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    Disclaimer: OctOs is a WIP. It has been evaluated as being stable, and is suitable for daily use in most cases. While it may be considered stable, there may be unknown bugs. The development team is not responsible for any damage to your device or your information.

    Team OctOs presents Oct-M.

    We maintain a current release record and change-log on our website: http://www.teamoctos.com

    Weekly builds can be found here, https://www.teamoctos.com/weekly-builds/

    We have Gapps here.

    Aroma (659.6 mb)

    http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=aroma

    Full (484 mb)

    http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=full

    Mini (239 mb)

    http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=mini

    Micro (136.2 mb)

    http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=micro

    Nano (100.3 mb)

    http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=nano

    Pico (58.1 mb)

    http://opengapps.org/?download=true&arch=arm64&api=6.0&variant=pico


    These are fully working 6.0 MM gapps built and maintained by OpenGApps. All credit goes to Opengapps, please show them some support!

    - Please Do Not Mirror our files without talking to us. We can do that ourselves should we desire to. -


    Team OctOs would like to thank Team Blackout for the use of their Blacked Out Nexus Launcher & for saving eyes one app at a time!
    You can get all the TBO goodies here as well as the TBO Updater http://teamblackedout.com/ #whiteuimustdie
    TBO thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=41545802

    Frequently Asked Questions
    Q: Is this Android 6 (Marshmallow)?
    A: Yes, this is Android 6.0.x

    Q: What code is Oct-M based on?
    A: Starting with Oct-M, we've rebased OctOs on the CyanogenMod 13 code.

    Q: What happened to AOSP?
    A: All Android code is based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Under previous releases, we tried very hard to limit the number of "Not from Google directly" repositories that we used. Unfortunately, issues with devices, the need for Code Aurora Foundation (CAF) repositories for Qualcomm devices, and compatibility issues meant fighting code more often than not. We decided that since the code-base for many repositories were the same across most ROMs, picking a starting point to build the user experience on outweighed the desire to craft code from scratch, or fix broken code to make it work with other changes we already had.

    Q: Why isn't there XYZ feature.
    A: Shoot us a Suggestion if you want to see something added. While we are not going to promise to implement, we will always look into it

    Q: But XYZ and all the others have...
    A: ROM developers build something they want to use. The ROM developer that includes something they won't run implies less than 100% effort to ensure it does work. As a team, we have similar goals and objectives. If XYZ ROM has a feature you want, and we don't include (or don't want to include), feel free to use XYZ ROM, or build your own custom version of Oct-M.

    Q: Superuser or SuperSU?
    A: Team OctOs uses SuperSU and is installed automatically.

    Bugs:
    Bugs happen. Our testers are very good at breaking things, but no where near as good as the rest of the Android public. In order to investigate and fix issues, we need the help of the users who are going to report them. The Android OS has many nifty features to help us in this, but only if we can engage the user to assist us.

    Logs, Logcat, and the Android Debugging Bridge (ADB)
    Like any other OS, Android has multiple log files that are generated and record the goings-on of the system. As a user, you have two basic ways to view and pull these to send to us. Without the information in the logfiles, there simply is not a whole lot of information to go on.

    Log file APKs
    Team OctOs recommends SysLog from the Android Market. This application will allow you to selectively pick any (or all) of the system logs, compress them into a .ZIP file, and allow you to save, email, move to your Copy/DropBox/Cloud Storage account, etc.

    ADB Logcat
    The Android Debugging Bridge (ADB) is a powerful tool available from Google as part of the Android Software Development Kit (SDK). Used for many things, being able to selectively see, in real-time, what your device is doing cannot be downplayed. While there is more setup involved, if you are doing consistent ROM flashing, you really should invest the time to get setup properly to do it.

    ADB Logcat tutorial here: How to create a logcat log


    Basic Instructions:
    1. Download ROM .zip file, MD5 file & Open gapps (arm64) linked above
    2. Reboot to Recovery (Note: Use Reboot to Recovery from Power Menu, Hardware-based boot to recovery, or adb reboot recovery - ROM Manager or similar software is NOT supported)
      --- TWRP is the ONLY recovery Team OctOs uses - We do not support flashing on CWM ---
    3. Factory Reset from TWRP
    4. Flash ROM and GApps .ZIP files
    5. Reboot

    The Oct-M ROM installation script will automatically wipe /system, /cache, and /data/dalvik-cache. There is no need to do these before or after flashing the ROM unless you are instructed to by your GApps Provider

    The foundation of the Android OS is the fact that is it open-source. We have all code we use internally in the creation of Oct-M available on our GitHub repositories.

    Unless otherwise specified, all Oct-M builds use the device's stock CyanogenMod 13 kernel.

    Team OctOs GitHub - http://www.github.com/Team-OctOs
    Team OctOs Gerrit Review - http://www.teamoctos.com:8080
    Team OctOs GPLv2 License - http://www.teamoctos.com/license/
    Team OctOs Patreon Campaign - https://www.patreon.com/TOctOs

    Want To Build Your Own?
    Check out the ReadMe on our GitHub for Instructions


    Special thanks to
    • Our testers, without which, there would be no public releases for OctOs

      We would also like to thank
    • CyanogenMod
    • OmniROM
    • LiquidSmooth
    • Anyone else who has ever submitted Open-Source code

    Follow Us at the various websites below!


    GoLWUqMtsL2DKAEg


    Above is our hidden menu. It can be accessed 3 different ways: "Tentacles" in app drawer, quick settings tile, or by pressing settings/about phone/OctOS build date.
    MORE PICS OF OUR FEATURES: https://copy.com/9V9skpmRVsRaa6mx

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Oct-M, ROM for the LG G4

    Contributors
    canodroid15, cjkacz, joryb, bthorne79, hedwig34
    Source Code: http://www.github.com/Team-OctOs

    ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
    Based On: CyanogenMod 13

    Version Information
    Status: Testing
    Beta Release Date: 2016-02-26

    Created 2016-02-27
    Last Updated 2016-08-26
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    Yes, the latest weeklies were broken. So were rebuilding all devices now with fixes. Should be up later this evening.

    ? Sent from my OctOs powered d2att ?
    7
    OK peeps! I'm a little behind today but here it is! We bring you the first Oct-M release build! You can grab Oct-M R-1 here

    https://www.teamoctos.com/release-builds/

    ENJOY!
    6
    New weeklies up! Go get em, https://www.teamoctos.com/weekly-builds/

    ? d2att Oct-M KrAkEn Kernel ?