[ROM][OFFICIAL][Android 10]ScorpionROM v3.x[Google Pixel 3/XL][Crosshatch/Blueline]

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ROM Update! v3.2 is Live!

The update to v3.2 adds the May Security Patch, a couple of new features, and overall ROM improvements, see change log(s) below.

If you're already running Scorpion, just follow the directions under "Updating".
Please, do a clean install if you run into any problems, sometimes "Dirty flashing" causes jank...

The OP will be updated following this post.

Downloads:
*Note(s): Check the upload and build dates for the proper downloads
crosshatch
blueline


(These instructions are from Linux, which is what I use. You may need to make adjustments to the commands if using Windows)

First Time Installation:
*Note: Make sure you are coming from May stock firmware
1) Download the ROM.zip and the bootMay.img from above
2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
3) adb reboot bootloader
4) fastboot flash boot bootMay.img --slot all
5) fastboot reboot-bootloader
6) Using the device volume buttons, select Recovery Mode
7) Go to Wipe data/factory reset and confirm the wipe
8) When it's done, select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM.zip)
9) adb sideload S*.zip
10) Reboot


Updating:
1) Download the ROM.zip from above (and boot image for root, if needed)
2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
3) adb reboot recovery
4) Select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM zip)
5) adb sideload S*.zip
6) Reboot


For both installs, IF you want root, patch the provided boot image with Magisk Manager and flash it with fastboot


ROM Changelog:
May Security Patches
Statusbar Battery Styles
QS show battery percentage or estimated time remaining
Theme improvements to SystemUI
Various other fixes/improvements to frameworks

For a complete list of changes, look to our Gerrit

Device Changelog:
Updated Kernel (4.9.220)
May Kernel Patches
 

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ROM Update! (v3.3)

The update to v3.3 adds the June Security Patch, overall ROM improvements and some device/kernel improvements, see change log(s) below.

If you're already running Scorpion, just follow the directions under "Updating".
Please, do a clean install if you run into any problems, sometimes "Dirty flashing" causes jank...

The OP will be updated following this post.

Downloads:
*Note(s): Check the upload and build dates for the proper downloads
crosshatch
blueline


(These instructions are from Linux, which is what I use. You may need to make adjustments to the commands if using Windows)

First Time Installation:
*Note: Make sure you are coming from June stock firmware
1) Download the ROM.zip and the bootJune.img from above
2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
3) adb reboot bootloader
4) fastboot flash boot bootJune.img --slot all
5) fastboot reboot-bootloader
6) Using the device volume buttons, select Recovery Mode
7) Go to Wipe data/factory reset and confirm the wipe
8) When it's done, select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM.zip)
9) adb sideload S*.zip
10) Reboot


Updating:
1) Download the ROM.zip from above (and boot image for root, if needed)
2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
3) adb reboot recovery
4) Select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM zip)
5) adb sideload S*.zip
6) Reboot


For both installs, IF you want root, patch the provided boot image with Magisk Manager and flash it with fastboot


ROM Changelog:
June Security Patches
Various other fixes/improvements

For a complete list of changes, look to our Gerrit or Github Org

Device Changelog:
Updated Kernel (4.9.226)
June Kernel Patches
 

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debugging mode

Does anyone know why my P3XL will not stay in debugging mode? It just automatically turns it off right away.

Running ScorpionROM on AOSiP 9 (Jul 22, 2019)

edit: it does this whether plugged in (including file transfer mode active) or not.
 
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wow, been a hot minute since i last used a custom rom, so glad i tried Scorpion again. very nice update, installs without a hitch and running nice and smooth
Same!

Currently sing pixeldust on crosshatch from 5-9-2020 ATM.. works great but pretty excited to finally give scorpion? ROM another swing. Hopefully I'll have time today to flash :cool:

So happy scorpion is maintaining updates almost every month. Biometric on this pixel3 works so great; can't live without it. Best phone I've ever used.

Thanks for Scorpion ROM on crosshatch!

Sent from my crosshatch using XDA Labs
 

Trashking

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Ok I have given up trying to figure out why debugging will not stay active.

New question:

Would it be possible to upgrade my AOSP 9 Running Scorpion ROM to the current versions(10) strictly through fastboot, since

fastboot.exe devices
does detect my phone

Thanks!
 
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Does anyone know why my P3XL will not stay in debugging mode? It just automatically turns it off right away.

Running ScorpionROM on AOSiP 9 (Jul 22, 2019)

edit: it does this whether plugged in (including file transfer mode active) or not.

Ok I have given up trying to figure out why debugging will not stay active.

New question:

Would it be possible to upgrade my AOSP 9 Running Scorpion ROM to the current versions(10) strictly through fastboot, since

does detect my phone

Thanks!

I want to make sure I have this straight, you are trying to flash latest version of Scorpion (Android 10) over an older AOSiP (Android 9/Pie)? If that's the case you need to flash your device to the matching Google factory images first, then follow the instructions in the OP.

I am in the process of uploading the July builds for Scorpion and will be posting here again when they've finished (not long now ;) )
 

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ROM Update!

The update to v3.4 adds the July Security Patch, overall ROM improvements and some device/kernel improvements, see change log(s) below.

If you're already running Scorpion, just follow the directions under "Updating".
Please, do a clean install if you run into any problems, sometimes "Dirty flashing" causes jank...

The OP will be updated following this post.

Downloads:
*Note(s): Check the upload and build dates for the proper downloads
crosshatch
blueline


(These instructions are from Linux, which is what I use. You may need to make adjustments to the commands if using Windows)

First Time Installation:
*Note: Make sure you are coming from July stock firmware
1) Download the ROM.zip and the bootJuly.img from above
2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
3) adb reboot bootloader
4) fastboot flash boot bootJuly.img --slot all
5) fastboot reboot-bootloader
6) Using the device volume buttons, select Recovery Mode
7) Go to Wipe data/factory reset and confirm the wipe
8) When it's done, select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM.zip)
9) adb sideload S*.zip
10) Reboot


Updating:
1) Download the ROM.zip from above (and boot image for root, if needed)
2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
3) adb reboot recovery
4) Select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM zip)
5) adb sideload S*.zip
6) Reboot


For both installs, IF you want root, patch the provided boot image with Magisk Manager and flash it with fastboot


ROM Changelog:
July Security Patches
Notification headers from Android 'R'
Various other fixes/improvements

For a complete list of changes, look to our Gerrit or Github Org

Device Changelog:
Updated Kernel (4.9.229)
 

Trashking

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I want to make sure I have this straight, you are trying to flash latest version of Scorpion (Android 10) over an older AOSiP (Android 9/Pie)? If that's the case you need to flash your device to the matching Google factory images first, then follow the instructions in the OP.

I am in the process of uploading the July builds for Scorpion and will be posting here again when they've finished (not long now ;) )

Awesome. Yes I was basically asking if the process to update was possible through fastboot alone. I understand I will probably have to update the factory images before stepping up to latest Scorpion.
 

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First Time Installation:
*Note: Make sure you are coming from July stock firmware
1) Download the ROM.zip and the bootJuly.img from above
2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
3) adb reboot bootloader
4) fastboot flash boot bootJuly.img --slot all
5) fastboot reboot-bootloader
6) Using the device volume buttons, select Recovery Mode
7) Go to Wipe data/factory reset and confirm the wipe
8) When it's done, select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM.zip)
9) adb sideload S*.zip
10) Reboot

i already follow this instruction but nothing happen with my phone, my phone still in stock. what happen?
 
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First Time Installation:
*Note: Make sure you are coming from July stock firmware
1) Download the ROM.zip and the bootJuly.img from above
2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
3) adb reboot bootloader
4) fastboot flash boot bootJuly.img --slot all
5) fastboot reboot-bootloader
6) Using the device volume buttons, select Recovery Mode
7) Go to Wipe data/factory reset and confirm the wipe
8) When it's done, select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM.zip)
9) adb sideload S*.zip
10) Reboot

i already follow this instruction but nothing happen with my phone, my phone still in stock. what happen?

This has happened to a few others in the past. Were you on a different custom ROM before? If so, you need to flash the factory firmware to both slots and then flash Scorpion.
 

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    Feel The Sting!

    Since we have no working TWRP for the Pixel 3/XL, we have to flash with our own "stock" recovery. In the download section below, you will find a boot image and the ROM zip. You need to download both and follow the install instructions.


    ** GApps are included in the ROM **

    Downloads:
    Crosshatch

    Blueline

    Installation:
    For First Time Install, you must clean flash! Check the upload date, this will let you know which factory image you need to be on before flashing your device.

    1) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
    2) adb reboot bootloader
    3) fastboot flash boot boot.img --slot all
    4) fastboot reboot-bootloader
    5) Using the device volume buttons, select Recovery Mode
    6) Go to Wipe data/factory reset and confirm the wipe
    7) When it's done, select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM zip)
    8) adb sideload the_rom.zip
    Code:
    # Example (using a [I]Wildcard[/I] shortcut)
    adb sideload S*.zip
    9) Reboot system
    10) :cool:


    Kernel Source:
    Bluecross Kernel


    XDA:DevDB Information
    ScorpionROM, ROM for the Google Pixel 3 XL

    Contributors
    NepoRood, dabug123
    Source Code: https://github.com/ScorpionRom

    ROM OS Version: Android 10
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
    Based On: AOSP, ABC, DU

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: v3.x
    Stable Release Date: 2020-01-11
    Current Beta Version: v3.0
    Beta Release Date: 2019-12-20

    Created 2019-12-20
    Last Updated 2020-08-05
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    Additional Info

    This rom is not meant to be the most feature filled, nor do we claim it is the fastest, or most streamlined. This is just a fun project for us to release our daily irritability.

    Features:

    Display Settings:
    Pulse Audio Equalizer
    QS panel:
    -Quick pulldown
    -QS background
    -QS rows and columns
    "R" Style notification headers
    *Status bar
    -Network traffic
    -Battery Styles
    -Position Clock (Center/Left/Right)
    -Show clock seconds
    Lockscreen Weather
    Lockscreen tweaks:
    -Clock styles
    -Show/Hide lock icon
    -Now Playing
    -Media art
    -Always on when charging

    Gestures:
    Active Edge (Squeeze)
    Activate the Torch w/Power button
    Full Screen Gesture navigation
    Custom Gesture actions


    Power Menu:
    Advanced Power menu (Restart, Recovery, Bootloader, SystemUI)
    Screenshot/Partial Screenshot
    Screen Record

    Other Stuff:
    DU-Themes (Accents, Fonts, and Statusbar)
    Pixel Stand Support
    Next Generation Assistant (Pixel 4 series only)
    Charging animation


    Join us on Telegram for the latest news and discussion: Link

    Credits:
    (In alphabetical order)
    @ezio84
    @Mazda
    @NYCHitman1
    @Surge1223
    The hard working teams at ABC and DU
    And anyone I forgot...
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    ROM Update!

    This update adds some cool new features, along with ROM and kernel improvements, see change log(s) below.

    If you're already running Scorpion, just follow the directions under "Updating".
    Please, do a clean install if you run into any problems, sometimes "Dirty flashing" causes jank...

    The OP will be updated following this post.

    Downloads:
    *Note(s): Check the upload and build dates for the proper downloads
    crosshatch
    blueline


    (These instructions are from Linux, which is what I use. You may need to make adjustments to the commands if using Windows)

    First Time Installation:
    *Note: Make sure you are coming from February stock firmware
    1) Download the ROM.zip and the bootFeb1.img from above
    2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
    3) adb reboot bootloader
    4) fastboot flash boot boot.img --slot all
    5) fastboot reboot-bootloader
    6) Using the device volume buttons, select Recovery Mode
    7) Go to Wipe data/factory reset and confirm the wipe
    8) When it's done, select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM.zip)
    9) adb sideload ROM.zip
    10) Reboot


    Updating:
    1) Download the ROM.zip from above (and boot image for root, if needed)
    2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
    3) adb reboot recovery
    4) Select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM zip)
    5) adb sideload ROM.zip
    6) Reboot


    For both installs, IF you want root, patch the provided boot image with Magisk Manager and flash it with fastboot


    ROM Changelog:
    New default wallpaper
    "Hide the Pill" in full screen gestures
    Long swipe back to kill app
    Pixel Launcher added
    Gboard added
    New Active Edge options
    - Partial Screenshot
    - Custom App actions
    Deep sleep time in About phone
    Animated logo in About phone
    Lockscreen Weather improvements
    Network Traffic improvements
    Various fixes/improvements to frameworks


    Device Changelog:
    Updated Kernel (4.9.214)
    12
    Anyone having issues with wireless charging/Dreamliner? I believe it was working at some point but now it doesn't say its rapid charging anymore for me. When on the charger, it does do the pixel stand stuff, pictures, acting like a google home..etc.. but doesn't say or do "charging rapidly."

    Just cleaned installed latest ROM 1 week ago.

    Could be missing some updates, I don't have a Pixel stand, so no way to test. I'll try to get a new March build out tomorrow, maybe that will help.

    That being said, sorry for the delay this month people, been a lot going on with real life problems. I've been swamped at work and I'm just plain tired. I have all the March stuff merged into source, and a few other things ;)

    Hopefully, tomorrow, I'll get some builds uploaded...
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    ROM Update!

    Scorpion v3.1 adds the March security patches and some new features, along with ROM and kernel improvements, see change log(s) below.

    If you're already running Scorpion, just follow the directions under "Updating".
    Please, do a clean install if you run into any problems, sometimes "Dirty flashing" causes jank...

    The OP will be updated following this post.

    Downloads:
    *Note(s): Check the upload and build dates for the proper downloads
    crosshatch
    blueline


    (These instructions are from Linux, which is what I use. You may need to make adjustments to the commands if using Windows)

    First Time Installation:
    *Note: Make sure you are coming from March stock firmware
    1) Download the ROM.zip and the bootMar.img from above
    2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
    3) adb reboot bootloader
    4) fastboot flash boot boot.img --slot all
    5) fastboot reboot-bootloader
    6) Using the device volume buttons, select Recovery Mode
    7) Go to Wipe data/factory reset and confirm the wipe
    8) When it's done, select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM.zip)
    9) adb sideload ROM.zip
    10) Reboot


    Updating:
    1) Download the ROM.zip from above (and boot image for root, if needed)
    2) Plug the device into a PC and open a terminal
    3) adb reboot recovery
    4) Select Apply update from ADB (This will allow you to sideload the ROM zip)
    5) adb sideload ROM.zip
    6) Reboot


    For both installs, IF you want root, patch the provided boot image with Magisk Manager and flash it with fastboot


    ROM Changelog:
    March Security patches
    Theme backup and restore
    Theme scheduling
    Various fixes/improvements to frameworks


    Device Changelog:
    Updated Kernel (4.9.215)