I have a problem with this rom.
When I connect to mobile data, and then turn off, i can't connect again. Need always to reboot the phone to gain acess again.
There is any solution to this problem?
Running version: lineage-14.1-20170807-UNOFFICIAL-Sultan-onyx
Thanks in advanced,
I am extremely sorry to say this but I am not planning to continue this project.
Lineage isn't my cup of tea.
I still tried to work on it and tried to use it myself but I simply can't.
Moreover, its not what you think. Sultan never himself worked on this project. Everything was done by RJ taking tits-bits from Sultan's bacon sources and his own tweaks.
And after people reporting issues, he did what he usually does, abandon this project.
Then I tried to take it up, also tried fixing issues but RJ still intervened there. Things just can't work that way. On complaining to him about this resulted into me getting blocked by him.
Yeah I know that isn't a big deal. But some people think they are always right or they are genius but they are not always true. Dreaming big and merging tons of commits on GitHub doesn't make you a genius.
No one can succeed while complaining about everything and everyone.
Okay so I was not here to rant about RJ but he really pissed me off.
I worked and used what I don't like just for the sake of learning but once the project was handed over to me, it should be me who decides what to add/fix and how to but that hasn't been the case. Sorry.
Definitely, I am not not gonna stop leaning due to some fellow people, although I am just 16 but I know how to move on.
Anyone who wishes to continue this can leave me a PM and I will add you as a contributor. You can take help from RJ's GitHub and Sultan's sources but remember always prefer stable things no matter how much time it takes you to do that, just don't do it for the sake of doing it.
At last, I am going to thank you all for the little time we spent together, you all have been nice.
Another thing I would like to conclude with :
IF YOU REALLY WANT SULTAN'S STUFF, GO AHEAD AND FLASH HIS CM-13, THATS WAY MORE STABLE THAN WHAT RJ HAS PROVIDED US.
Sweet or Bitter, thats the truth. Although I am very new to this Android related stuff but I would prefer to use stable stuff. Still more of a user/tester than a developer.
Please don't quote me or message me anything regarding this post, I have taken this decision after a deep thought and I am am gonna stick to my decision.
Wishing you all a very good day,
I thought to leave this behind but this post was required.I have a few questions:
1. Can I dirty flash it if I already have Lineage 14.1?
2. Is it still supoorted?
3. Is there any other way to get Sultan's camera HAL on Nougat? (nevermind the ROM or Kernel I just want Android 7 and the HAL)
Thanks in advance
Haha, compiling ROMs isn't difficult. You will know it once you have it done yourself. Its really easy.Thanks for your work bro. Really appreciate your effort into trying to make something out of it. For a 16 yo kid, you deserve respect. Its a shame that you became the victim of someone's obsolete work.
I thought to leave this behind but this post was required.
Sultan is famous for his work on the OnePlus One , as I don't have the device I can not really tell for bacon but I do own a onyx so here is the truth :
Sultan has not worked for Nougat for onyx, he uses his CM-13 and onyx is just a alarm clock for him, he doesnt care for it.
Second thing, his HALs to me seems to be pushing the hardware beyond limits which definitely is at the end post processing and ruins up the quality of the image.
Think upon this for a minute - IF OUR CAMERA HARDWARE SUPPORTS 4K THEN WHY DIDN'T ONEPLUS INCLUDE IT? ARE THEY SO LAZY? DEFINITELY NOT.
I might sound rude but here is a advice : If you want ROMs with good camera, use the ones which include OOS camera HAL. OnePlus has been doing good with them and I still see people using OOS, not only on onyx, just for the quality of the camera. @CheckYourScreen has been successfully using OOS camera HAL on his ROMs and quality is great there. Kudos to him for that.
And at the end, if you don't prefer the processing of the OOS HAL, and spend a good 2 minutes with a app like Snapseed and get it done the way you like it. All you need is eyes xD.
Quality always matters!
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Haha, compiling ROMs isn't difficult. You will know it once you have it done yourself. Its really easy.
Yes developing is difficult but its a different story.
People like Nimit, Ashwin and RJ ( maybe ) worked to optimize the device trees and I really respect them for their hard work.
And being 16 doesn't really matter here, its very easy believe me.
@ZerNico just turned 16 a few days ago and knows a lot more then me and helps me a lot. He is a really nice guy, thanks a ton dude.
Anyways, anyone who wants to learn to compile ROMs, here is an awesome guide by @The Flash :
Kudos to him for all his contributions to the Open Source community.
Have a good day everyone!
/* * Your warranty is... still valid? * * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you. * * There is also a slight possibility that your device may go blind, or decide to leave * you altogether and rent out its own apartment, because you didn't allow it to * watch the latest episode of its favorite TV show */
Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_3Cq8s3oPtRRTJjaVJyenhmNE0
Google Apps (required): Platform: "ARM", Android: "7.1", Variant: "micro" or "nano" (I will not provide support if you install a different variant)
August 2, 2017:
Merged with the latest Lineage sources!
Note: The build date is not the same as the date of posting it here just because I personally tested it so that there are no major issues! Hence, latest here is as of the build date.