Doesn't matter u use magisk xposed or normal xposed,it still trips the safety net.... But i read somewhere that, u should be on before oct patches with systemless super and magisk xposed could pass the safetynet...
Guessing nitrogen 8.1 is oreo build. If yes there is different zip for oreo. I flashed it and had aptx work when i had the oreo pixel experience rom on my kenzo.Hi, i've flashed lineage-14.1-20180103 ROM and also a file aptX.zip from this thread and it started!
I've tried force apt-x on Nitrogen 8.1 and it didn't work... after that i've found that it's impossible to use aptx on Nitrogen and tried LineageOS 14.1 ... so now I enjoy better music quality.
Also I did not find a way to run an Apt-x on Oreo.
look i know what i'm about to say will upset a lot of people and they will go oh no need for this and no need for that and i'll just keep doing it , so here is how i do it on every single ROM :
1 - download the ROM , G-apps , Custom Kernel [ if u use one ]
2 - put them on your sd card [ i put then on my usb stick and do it via OTG , do it the way you like , even if you want to put them on you internal storage ]
3 - turn off your phone
4 - boot into TWRP
5 - go to the wipe section
6 - select advanced wipe
7 - select [ Dalvik / ART Cache ] , then select [ Cache ] and then select [ System ] nothing else .
8 - then swipe to wipe
9 - go back to the main screen in TWRP
10 - go to the install section
11 - then flash the ROM , then the Kernel [ if u use one ] , then the G-apps
12 - then reboot
so you will ask me do i have to download and flash the G-apps every time i update the ROM ? , the answer is yes you have to cause if you use my way you will be wiping the system , so you have no G-apps on the phone , so you have to flash the G-apps every time , why i use this way ? cause it's the cleanest way to update , if u face any bugs you can report them but if you dirtyflash or use any other method , when u face bugs then you will have to clean flash the whole thing and then reproduce the bug and then report it , that's it .
If you're looking for such levels of customization, you can go for ViperOS. Supports substratum as well as the kind of customization you're looking for.Hi! I am leaving MIUI and searching for a ROM that suits my needs, but haven't made a decision yet. LOS seems to be perfect in terms of smoothness (at least from what I see on this thread), comes without root which is a huge plus for me (I play Mario and Pokemon GO), and is the successor of CM, which has always been my goto ROM across my previous devices.
The only thing that keeps me from installing this ROM is customization. I am very interested in changing at least the color of my interface to black, statusbar and such, but as far as I know this ROM doesn't have any sort of customization, and even substratum in legacy mode seems to cause bootloops and performance losses. What are my options if I want to customize this ROM? I really didn't want to go to the custom LOS builds as they might not be as polished or frequently updated as this one, and they come with root.
If it possible, explain it step-by-step to flash in locked bootloader of redmi note 3 Kenzo...
I have Kate and FCP. Now working perfectly. No modifications.
1. Before dirty flashing I removed old fingerprints
2. dirty flashed May 3.rd release - > booted OK, but fingerprint scanner didn't work.
3. Flashed ResetScreenLockV2.zip - > booted OK, fingerprint scanner working also OK.
Firmware is quite old from January.
Official Lineage post said:Regarding installation, we recommend that users wipe when switching to LineageOS, and reinstall their gapps. However, we recognize that this can be time consuming, so we are offering an EXPERIMENTAL (read as, if it fails, you’ll have to wipe anyways) solution.
- Alongside the ‘weekly’ release for your supported device, we’ll provide an EXPERIMENTAL data migration build.
- This build will allow you to ‘upgrade’ from CM to the signed LineageOS weekly
- This build may wipe permissions (you’ll have to re-allow app permissions), but should retain all user data
- This build will be watermarked with an ugly banner to ensure that you don’t permanently run this EXPERIMENTAL release, and upgrade to a normal weekly after.
- The process for this installation will be as follows:
- Install EXPERIMENTAL migration build on top of last CM/LineageOS build by me
- Install LineageOS weekly build
- Re-setup your application permissions