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[ROM][OFFICIAL][7.1/8.1][A6020] AOKP-ROM - Lenovo Vibe K5/K5 Plus | OMS/Substratum

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Marco Lino

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Feb 24, 2018
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Using Aokp ROM Android 7.1.2 Nougat,
Build 2018-08-20
This Nougat ROM is best.
Just need fix 2 Issues, which solved in some other nougat roms

1) when I take pictures using its main camera app then it turns on "AUTO HDR(Flash ON)" which makes my taken pictures dark. Please add option to disable Auto HDR in camera. (you can see by taking picture of your hand in distance of 10 cm with flash ON).

2) Internet Speed Meter is Working well But it not change colour like other status bar icons, see attached images :( :silly: :victory: :confused: :D :cyclops: :crying: :p

My led notifications are on for all the apps, but the led doesn't light up for specific apps.. like whatsapp or sms service. I'm the only one who's facing this?
Ps: I checked the settings and I have turn on the whatsapp and sms notification led, but nothing
 
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agungh

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Sep 27, 2017
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Hello, my friend. Thanks for sharing. One question: I have to flash this zip? (ARISE+Magnum+Opus+20180105+Stock+Edition.zip)

It is magisk compatible?

Thanks for everything.

English isn't my first language, so ... :p



I think yes, but if you wanna try magisk modul called viper4androidFX or dolby atmos, its systemless.

if you want to uninstall arise, just edit some text at pre install file, find text installing change to uninstall, flash again, then reboot to system. Or you can read manual at the thread for other procedure.
 
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eyedtiger

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Is there will be updates for this ROM or not
I see only build logs on aokp download server
 

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-ToasterGuy

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How good is performance and battery life on the nougat rom? I have an a6020i37 that heats up easily, lags continuously and battery runs out really fast, im on AEX nougat with dragon elite kernel and it is ok, but i want something better, either better performance or/and less heating, cuz with aex my phone sometimes freezes and heats up pretty much.
Other thing: This rom has hotplug? If not is there any rom that supports it that i can flash?
 
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eurodiesel

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How good is performance and battery life on the nougat rom? I have an a6020i37 that heats up easily, lags continuously and battery runs out really fast, im on AEX nougat with dragon elite kernel and it is ok, but i want something better, either better performance or/and less heating, cuz with aex my phone sometimes freezes and heats up pretty much.
Other thing: This rom has hotplug? If not is there any rom that supports it that i can flash?
What is your reason for staying on nougat?
DE kernel 1.4 (oreo-only) supports hotplug (afaik). Plus aokp oreo is good enough on performance and SoT.
Though i should mention that some ppl were recommending dot os nougat as a performance rom, but I've never tried.

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-ToasterGuy

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What is your reason for staying on nougat?
DE kernel 1.4 (oreo-only) supports hotplug (afaik). Plus aokp oreo is good enough on performance and SoT.
Though i should mention that some ppl were recommending dot os nougat as a performance rom, but I've never tried.

Sent from my Lenovo Vibe K5 using XDA Labs

Well, before i was on AEX nougat, i was using AEX oreo, and i noticed that i have better overall performance in nougat (and i think its prettier than oreo in some ui elements), i could try AOKP oreo with the kernel you are suggesting (and it would be great if you could provide me with the thread's link) and i hope it is the optimal, because i have flashed my phone more than 10 times searching for an optimal rom and kernel config that brings both acceptable performance without OH and good battery life (or at least the closest enough).
 

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Well, before i was on AEX nougat, i was using AEX oreo, and i noticed that i have better overall performance in nougat (and i think its prettier than oreo in some ui elements), i could try AOKP oreo with the kernel you are suggesting (and it would be great if you could provide me with the thread's link) and i hope it is the optimal, because i have flashed my phone more than 10 times searching for an optimal rom and kernel config that brings both acceptable performance without OH and good battery life (or at least the closest enough).
https://forum.xda-developers.com/k5-plus/help/help-thread-t3577397/page64
Here you'll find steps and links you might need.

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    Android. Infused with magical unicorn bytes
    The unicorn eats nougat and oreo and farts rainbows :D

    Hi,
    Here is AOKP 7.1/8.1 for the Lenovo Vibe K5/K5 Plus

    Requirements:
    - TWRP 3.0.3+ build: Recovery TWRP 3.0.3-n1 for K5
    - You can now use the Official TWRP builds

    How to install:
    From stock
    1. Copy the ROM zip on your phone
    2. Reboot in TWRP Recovery mode
    3. Backup your phone!
    4. Format/Wipe system, cache, dalvik, data
    5. Flash/Install ROM
    6. Flash Install Gapps (OpenGapps ARM64 Mini or smaller is recommanded)
    7. Reboot

    Upgrade from previous build
    1. Copy the ROM zip on your phone
    2. Reboot in TWRP Recovery mode
    3. Format/Wipe only cache, dalvik
    4. Flash/Install ROM
    5. Reboot

    Official Nightly builds Downloads:
    http://xfer.aokp.co/?developer=AOKP&folder=A6020
    https://basketbuild.com/devs/aokp/A6020

    Old Beta builds Downloads:
    https://moto.shreps.fr


    XDA:DevDB Information
    [ROM][OFFICIAL][7.1/8.1][A6020] AOKP-ROM - Lenovo Vibe K5/K5 Plus | OMS/Substratum, ROM for the Android General

    Contributors
    Shreps, scritch007
    Source Code: https://github.com/AOKP/device_lenovo_A6020

    ROM OS Version: 8.x Oreo
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x
    ROM Firmware Required: TWRP 3 Recovery
    Based On: AOKP

    Version Information
    Status: Nightly

    Created 2016-11-15
    Last Updated 2018-07-25
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    Reserved

    AOKP Gerrit: http://gerrit.aokp.co/#/q/status:merged

    This ROM now implements OMS.

    What is OMS ?
    OMS: (Overlay Manager Service) was designed by google. It's a layer/theme service which is used by Substratum: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=projekt.substratum&hl=fr

    So basically, if you install Substratum, you will be able to apply any theme on the ROM UI because OMS has been implemented.

    For the record, on PAC MM or AOKP MM, they were using CyanogenMod Theme Engine for theming the UI, but since CMTE has not been implemented for Nougat, many choose to use OMS & Substratum instead.


    Screenshot_20161115-114050.png Screenshot_20161115-114031.png

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    Bump
    AOKP Oreo (8.1) is now official for this device.

    Big thanks again to @Harry8242 and his great development and contribution !

    Cheers,
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    Hello guys,

    Here we go for Official Nightly builds made by AOKP Buildbot : https://basketbuild.com/devs/aokp/A6020

    Enjoy !
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    Finaly I could install this ROM. This is what I found for now. Maybe some of them was already listed, but anyway, there are:

    1. Shotcuts on lock screen desapear from nothing, the top ones or the righ bottom;
    2. Alarm icon and some others desappears after reboot, and after re-enable them appears a blank space at right of battery icon;
    3. Notification led don't turns green when fully charged;
    4. Notification led don't stay lit, it always pulse even if I disable this on settings. I uncheck this, go back, and if I return to this setting, it is re-enabled itself. I have to add personalized led notification to each app I want to keep always lit;
    5. I don't have a warning telling an alarm is next, like PAC-ROM;
    6. "Don't disturb" (or "Do not perturb") keep some sounds even it is enable only priority alarms. As well, the icon for schedule time for "do not perturb" is different for manual "do not perturb" (from the status bar pull down menu): the scheduled is a "plus" sign, the other is a "minus". Can anyone tell the difference or how to have always "minus" scheduled, please?
    7. Some calls still alive after some seconds even when I terminate them;
    8. I use a PIN for lock my phone. If I configure a direct call to lock screen, it dials the number directly, don't asking for PIN. Any other shortcut ask for PIN;
    9. I can't find the icon to change the screen off timer on status bar pull down menu. I have to go to settings to change this timer;
    10. How I can 'centralize' the listings? They always appears at bottom of screen;
    11. Date and time aren't correct after a reboot. I have to keep automatic date and time from network in settings;
    12. After a reboot, battery mode is always at 'balanced', even if I configure to 'performance'.

    Other issues:
    1. I haved to use TWRP R2 instead R4, because R4 shows two 'data' partitions. With this, R4 always returns erros about can't mount or format data;
    2. System is very low in free space, so I used TWRP R2 to backup the whole ROM, and just after I restored it, like sayed before. I gain about 1,2Gb of free space, and can move some user apps to system partition;
    3. There are translation errors, at least for brazilian portuguese: a lot of words are still in English.

    Even with these, the ROM is the best I used until now. Is really fast, camera works fine, and there a lot of options to personalize. Very, very thanks for the ROM.

    I'm using 12-12-2016 build on a L36 variant.

    Thx for this great and detailed feedback.
    I made a new build today, with somes fixes, let me know how it's going:
    * Fixed system and other partitions size, so you should be able to flash micro or mini Gapps for example now.
    * Added the LiveDisplay in the kernel
    * Divided light sensor returned value by 10 this is much much closer to what we get from the Moto G4 Plus sensor
    * xxhdpi density (tks to Dinokin)
    * Tethering should be fixed