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[ROM][OFFICIAL][hotdogb][10] RESURRECTION REMIX [Sept 9 2020]

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[10.0][OFFICIAL]Resurrection Remix v8.x [device_code]


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Resurrection Remix Q

Code:
[SIZE="4"]/*
 * Your warranty is now void.
 *
 * 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.
 */[/SIZE]



rrabout.png


Resurrection Remix the ROM has been based on LineageOS, SlimRoms, Omni and original Remix ROM builds, this creates an awesome
combination of performance, customization, power and the most new features, brought directly to your Device.

Many things that in previous versions were tweaked with mods, are now included by default in the ROM so, please enjoy!
Special thanks to the LineageOS team, Omni team, SlimRoms and of course to all the supporters. For 7T: Be sure to be on latest oos, beta or stable is fine (flash both slots prior to installing the rom)

Download the latest Resurrection Remix Rom (currently on V8.6)
(7T builds gave gapps included) so disregard flashing gapps.)

You can use either twrp (mauronfrios latest or Chinese) to flash the rom.
Additionally - you can unpack the bin that is in the zip and fastboot flash as many other roms. SEE POST#4!! Importantly, after flashing, no matter the method, once you see the RR boot logo, force reboot to bootloader mode, and use the buttons to cycle to recovery. Select this as it will now reboot to the roms recovery. Go to wipe data. Wipe data and now reboot. This is mandatory if you flash via twrp or want to run f2fs vs ext4; bc the rom will run very well on f2fs as it is much faster file system than ext4.( Once you format after the first flash.) If using twrp, the first boot sets it as this but unless a format is done, it will not boot. So, do not skip this step. After the data wipe and rebooting, the rom boots up in a few Mins. If it doesn't boot in 5mins. You may have made a mistake and in that case reflash stock to both slots and try again.

Yes, Ota updates work fine, be sure to go to updater and prioritize update process. I usually send a build every couple days.
You can retain root by after the download and install occurs but before reboot, launching magisk manager and installing to opposite slot and then rebooting.

**Ota will not work unless RR is on both slots before taking ota. To fix that, after you get it booted, boot to bootloader and fastboot set_active other, and reflash via fastboot. OR if you used twrp, flash the ota again and it puts it on the opposite slot.

Neutrino Kernel is built in-line, latest Hoth 1.95




rrinstall.png



Make sure you have a custom recovery installed(TWRP is the preferred recovery)
Download the latest Resurrection Remix Rom & the latest GApps package
Boot into recovery
Perform a FULL factory wipe and wipe/system and dalvik cache as a precaution
Flash ResurrectionRemix Rom
Flash Google Apps package(Optional)
Flash Magisk Root(Optional)
First boot may take up to 10 minutes.



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ROM Download
GApps



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Resurrection Remix Source
Device Source
Device Source
Kernel Source
Vendor Source




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XDA Developers
LineageOs Team
AICP
Crdroid
AOSIP
DU
Xtended
Evolution X
Bliss
Omni Team
And Of Course To All The Supporters, Donators And Users

Join our Telegram channel : https://t.me/resurrectionremixchat

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If you have a major bug to report that has not been reported already, please take the following steps to report it to us. It will save you, Team Resurrection Remix and me quite some time.

Download the MatLog app from the Play Store.
After downloading the MatLog app, go to the app settings, and change the log level to Debug.
Clear all previous logs and take the exact steps to produce the error you are receiving. As soon as you receive the error (probably a force close), go straight into MatLog and stop the log recording.
Copy and paste the entire log either to Hastebin or Pastebin
Save the log, and copy and paste the link into the thread with a brief description of the error.


 
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Here are some more detailed instructions by my long time constituent @aer0zer0 thank youuuu!!!


how to extract a payload and flash a rom for noobs, windows only

pre-requisites:

1. In general, you want to have the SAME version of OOS on both sides. Im not going to go into detail on how to MSM, and flash a full OTA locally, reboot, then flash the same OTA locally again and reboot.

2. payload dumper for windows: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Q5Cq9nAXWvjw9z6wgCDfQi40qk4mw3ut/view?usp=sharing its windows 64 bit only

3. Latest ADB/Fastboot binaries: when flashing using using a script, and you see errors such as system partition cannot be found, etc... your binaries are old, most likely cause by some ghetto version minimal adb/fastboot thats jank. To verify where your adb/fastboot is running from, in a shell, type fastboot --version this will tell you where you resident adb/fastboot binaries are running from. The link to updates binaries is here https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools select the windows SDK version. Once downloaded, copy and paste them over top of the ones being used from the fastboot --version output.

4. a bat file to flash all the images you are dumping. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HW1Q82wpsnBPUcPkAnXO-tQjVIWSZ_oQ/view?usp=sharing this wipes, goes to fastbootd, will flash all the images from the payload.bin dump to both sides, wipes, and sets it to boot from slot A.

5. lots of common sense

Instuctions

1. extract the payload dumper somewhere on your PC, you will see an "IN" folder, "OUT" folder, and an executable.

2. extract the payload.bin file from the rom.zip you wish to install, and place it in the "IN" folder.

3. run the payload dumper exectuable, a shell will pop up, showing the images being extracted.

4. once the shell closes, the images are all succesfully unpacked. Copy those images in the "OUT" folder to whereevr you would like to store your rom.

5. copy/paste the bat file wherever you placed your images.

6. reboot your phone to fastboot, plug it into the PC, and run the bat.

7. process takes 4-5 minutes, sit back, it will then reboot back to fastboot.

8. start the phone from fastboot, and wait for your new rom to boot.

9. finish and enjoy!
 
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Also, there is no real bugs. On occasion one may think there is a bug, and if there is in fact one, we work promptly to resolve it as a team. Typically, one thinks a bug is a bug, but the rom has so many features, it is just a conflicting setting most likely, I implore you all to exercise trial and error. If something was fine and you fiddled with settings, go unfiddle and see what could make something not work. We could not foolproof all features to not conflict on the occasion if we get kinda crazy with what we expect our device and it's software to be able to do. All works flawlessly. Enjoy the rom and thanks to my colleagues and my friends who have always been there in this wonderful android world, never quick to judge, always quicker to help and teach. Never from the class of elitist android dev who is "too cool" to just be nice. Thanks guys.

The names below have helped me in numerous ways over the years, thanks for the help, support, and overall non-douchebaggery activities:

KangaroosterMeadows-Where the magic happens
@wrongway213
@aer0zer0
@xstefen
@NoSpamDan
@varund7726
@Freak07
@return.of.octobot
@abalam
@hondajohn
@Neo
@unixandria
@fKm
@lil_kujo
@kdp162
@omariscal1019
@DeathStroke
@risasuke

JackEagle-his guides and advice in chat, Anthony P, DPryor, Cody S, and everyone else I haven't named. Thanks also go to AOSiP- for solid trees that most of us all use.
 
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AnkeshReborn

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The news of a stable ROM coming to 7T just made my day. I want to heartily thanks the developer who invested their told in building this goodness.

Also would payment apps work on this ROM? Maybe someone could confirm the same? I am preety new to the ROM scene these days but have some past experience ages ago, I have heard Magisk safety net would work?

Also I wouldllike to know do stable ROMs like these have om par camera performance as the stock builds of OOS does? Or can we make it work just as better with installing a supported Gcam build here from forums?
 
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The news of a stable ROM coming to 7T just made my day. I want to heartily thanks the developer who invested their told in building this goodness.

Also would payment apps work on this ROM? Maybe someone could confirm the same? I am preety new to the ROM scene these days but have some past experience ages ago, I have heard Magisk safety net would work?

Also I wouldllike to know do stable ROMs like these have om par camera performance as the stock builds of OOS does? Or can we make it work just as better with installing a supported Gcam build here from forums?

I recommend latest arnovo gcam for optimum photography.
I don't know if gpay works as I only use PayPal, but safety net passes. Happy it made your day. Enjoy
 

AnkeshReborn

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Jan 6, 2014
570
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Noida
OnePlus 7T
I recommend latest arnovo gcam for optimum photography.
I don't know if gpay works as I only use PayPal, but safety net passes. Happy it made your day. Enjoy
Great to know the safety net passes. :)

Would just leave a message here asking if any forum member based from India installing RR can confirm if the payment apps like PayTM, PhonePe and the likes of it work? It's the just last thing that's stopping me from getting this beauty on 7T.
 
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Along with info of banking apps, i would also like to know if this has auto call recording feature ?

No call recording feature as the lineage dialer is overridden for gapps, ie google dialer. Find a 3rd party app/mod. Sorry, I tried adding the option to allow the user to pick los dialer or google dialer, it but broke other things the majority of users need over call recording. Yes, 90hz support. 60/90 or auto
 
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Also I would like to know the proper install instructions for this ROM, I tried searching for this but feels like I'm a bit lost. Thank you for helping out :victory:cowboy:


It's easy. Use twrp, or unpack the bin file in the rom and flash with fastboot. same as other roms, just must format after install and reboot.
 
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    [10.0][OFFICIAL]Resurrection Remix v8.x [device_code]


    rrlogo.png

    Resurrection Remix Q

    Code:
    [SIZE="4"]/*
     * Your warranty is now void.
     *
     * 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.
     */[/SIZE]



    rrabout.png


    Resurrection Remix the ROM has been based on LineageOS, SlimRoms, Omni and original Remix ROM builds, this creates an awesome
    combination of performance, customization, power and the most new features, brought directly to your Device.

    Many things that in previous versions were tweaked with mods, are now included by default in the ROM so, please enjoy!
    Special thanks to the LineageOS team, Omni team, SlimRoms and of course to all the supporters. For 7T: Be sure to be on latest oos, beta or stable is fine (flash both slots prior to installing the rom)

    Download the latest Resurrection Remix Rom (currently on V8.6)
    (7T builds gave gapps included) so disregard flashing gapps.)

    You can use either twrp (mauronfrios latest or Chinese) to flash the rom.
    Additionally - you can unpack the bin that is in the zip and fastboot flash as many other roms. SEE POST#4!! Importantly, after flashing, no matter the method, once you see the RR boot logo, force reboot to bootloader mode, and use the buttons to cycle to recovery. Select this as it will now reboot to the roms recovery. Go to wipe data. Wipe data and now reboot. This is mandatory if you flash via twrp or want to run f2fs vs ext4; bc the rom will run very well on f2fs as it is much faster file system than ext4.( Once you format after the first flash.) If using twrp, the first boot sets it as this but unless a format is done, it will not boot. So, do not skip this step. After the data wipe and rebooting, the rom boots up in a few Mins. If it doesn't boot in 5mins. You may have made a mistake and in that case reflash stock to both slots and try again.

    Yes, Ota updates work fine, be sure to go to updater and prioritize update process. I usually send a build every couple days.
    You can retain root by after the download and install occurs but before reboot, launching magisk manager and installing to opposite slot and then rebooting.

    **Ota will not work unless RR is on both slots before taking ota. To fix that, after you get it booted, boot to bootloader and fastboot set_active other, and reflash via fastboot. OR if you used twrp, flash the ota again and it puts it on the opposite slot.

    Neutrino Kernel is built in-line, latest Hoth 1.95




    rrinstall.png



    Make sure you have a custom recovery installed(TWRP is the preferred recovery)
    Download the latest Resurrection Remix Rom & the latest GApps package
    Boot into recovery
    Perform a FULL factory wipe and wipe/system and dalvik cache as a precaution
    Flash ResurrectionRemix Rom
    Flash Google Apps package(Optional)
    Flash Magisk Root(Optional)
    First boot may take up to 10 minutes.



    rrdownload.png

    ROM Download
    GApps



    rrsource.png


    Resurrection Remix Source
    Device Source
    Device Source
    Kernel Source
    Vendor Source




    rrthanks.png


    XDA Developers
    LineageOs Team
    AICP
    Crdroid
    AOSIP
    DU
    Xtended
    Evolution X
    Bliss
    Omni Team
    And Of Course To All The Supporters, Donators And Users

    Join our Telegram channel : https://t.me/resurrectionremixchat

    rrbugs.png


    If you have a major bug to report that has not been reported already, please take the following steps to report it to us. It will save you, Team Resurrection Remix and me quite some time.

    Download the MatLog app from the Play Store.
    After downloading the MatLog app, go to the app settings, and change the log level to Debug.
    Clear all previous logs and take the exact steps to produce the error you are receiving. As soon as you receive the error (probably a force close), go straight into MatLog and stop the log recording.
    Copy and paste the entire log either to Hastebin or Pastebin
    Save the log, and copy and paste the link into the thread with a brief description of the error.


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    Hello
    After some issues following the instructions, I thought I would go out of my way to simplify it for other people who may encounter the same issue as myself.

    What the author does not say, is you need to be booted into FastbootD to flash BOTH sides of the partition (which is actually the Chinese lookalike recovery)
    ^^^^ This tutorial only applies to people that can't flash with TWRP
    To enter fastboot d you first have to get into the normal fast boot which everybody should know how to do by pressing and holding down the volume up and volume down key and power button at the same time until the option for fastboot comes up.
    --

    Once you are in fastboot, follow the steps below.

    1- Connect your phone through your computer with the USB c cable.

    2- open up a command prompt, type. Fastboot -w into command prompt if you. (This will wipe your user data)

    3- in command window, type. fastboot reboot fastboot (this will reboot your phone into fastbootD, which is the Chinese lookalike)

    Now you need to type every single one of these individually into a command window, after you have extracted the payload.bin file with payload dumper.

    Fastboot flash system
    Fastboot flash system_b
    Fastboot flash boot
    Fastboot flash boot_b
    Fastboot flash vbmeta
    Fastboot flash vbmeta_b
    Fastboot flash vbmeta_system
    Fastboot flash vbmeta_system_b
    Fastboot flash odm
    Fastboot flash odm_b
    Fastboot flash dtbo
    Fastboot flash dtbo_b
    Fastboot flash product
    Fastboot flash product_b
    Fastboot flash recovery
    Fastboot flash recovery_b
    (Be sure to drag each file from the payload output after typing the above commands through command prompt)

    Once you have done the above, type in a command window fastboot reboot
    -
    Once the phone boots up and you see the red RR logo, immediately hold down the power button, volume up and volume down key at the same time for 10 to 15 seconds until the phone boots into fastboot.
    -
    Once it has booted into fastboot, press the volume down key until the option recovery mode is shown at the top. Click the power button to go into recovery mode for the ROM.
    -
    Go to advanced, click on factory reset, confirm the reset.
    -
    Go back, and click on Reboot system

    ^^^ step is entirely crucial, if you do not follow this step the rom will not boot into f2fs or _b partition.

    -
    After the phone reboots, it will take roughly 2 to 3 minutes to boot up to the start-up.

    That is all you have successfully flashed this rom. ?
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    Here are some more detailed instructions by my long time constituent @aer0zer0 thank youuuuu!!


    how to extract a payload and flash a rom for noobs, windows only

    pre-requisites:

    1. In general, you want to have the SAME version of OOS on both sides. Im not going to go into detail on how to MSM, and flash a full OTA locally, reboot, then flash the same OTA locally again and reboot.

    2. payload dumper for windows: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Q5Cq9nAXWvjw9z6wgCDfQi40qk4mw3ut/view?usp=sharing its windows 64 bit only

    3. Latest ADB/Fastboot binaries: when flashing using using a script, and you see errors such as system partition cannot be found, etc... your binaries are old, most likely cause by some ghetto version minimal adb/fastboot thats jank. To verify where your adb/fastboot is running from, in a shell, type fastboot --version this will tell you where you resident adb/fastboot binaries are running from. The link to updates binaries is here https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools select the windows SDK version. Once downloaded, copy and paste them over top of the ones being used from the fastboot --version output.

    4. a bat file to flash all the images you are dumping. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HW1Q82wpsnBPUcPkAnXO-tQjVIWSZ_oQ/view?usp=sharing this wipes, goes to fastbootd, will flash all the images from the payload.bin dump to both sides, wipes, and sets it to boot from slot A.

    5. lots of common sense

    Instuctions

    1. extract the payload dumper somewhere on your PC, you will see an "IN" folder, "OUT" folder, and an executable.

    2. extract the payload.bin file from the rom.zip you wish to install, and place it in the "IN" folder.

    3. run the payload dumper exectuable, a shell will pop up, showing the images being extracted.

    4. once the shell closes, the images are all succesfully unpacked. Copy those images in the "OUT" folder to whereevr you would like to store your rom.

    5. copy/paste the bat file wherever you placed your images.

    6. reboot your phone to fastboot, plug it into the PC, and run the bat.

    7. process takes 4-5 minutes, sit back, it will then reboot back to fastboot.

    8. start the phone from fastboot, and wait for your new rom to boot.

    9. finish and enjoy!
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    The rom performance is great and battery is killer im a big COD mobile fan and player and the performance has been too notch. No hiccups battery is great for 5 hours of gaming with COD , Finger print is working great better than other ROMs i have tried on par with OOS.
    My device is a HD1900 I typically use the flash both script to just flash all the img. And sometimes TWRP and never had issues with other ROMs going back and forth from Beta OOS since Beta 2. This rom is no difference with the only exception of F2FS which I appreciate tons this ROM brings it. I'm general so far with my heavy usage and looking at every aspect of the ROM the only thing that doesn't work properly for me is trebuchet launcher which I don't really care cause I use pixel launcher or Nova. That said its also the only ROM I have tired where the third party launcher works flawlessly, even OOS is a pain in the arse with third party launchers and this ROM brings that back gestures with Nova which usually don't work with OOS are working great. For those who use OOs camera it still has that bug where it crashes when changing to video or portrait but that for me is just not importante since I use gestures to launch video or portrait.
    So for those wanting to flash, I can tell you that this is a solid ROM great for everyday usage, great battery ( I think neutrino Kernel is one of the best is not the best Kernel for this device ) , personally I been flashing ROMs on my phone's for around 8 years and even did my own builds for personal use when I had a HTC one M8 ( RR remix was my to go ROM to build ) and I know how exhausting it is and annoying to fix and finds bugs when building. So thanks @FullOfHell for your time I know first hand it's time consuming mostly when doing the first build.
    Hopefully people understand that no ROM is perfect now even stock but when you have a solid ROM with minimal issues that's what we have to appreciate mostly for a device like the 7t which is not an easy device to work with.

    Cheers! :cowboy:

    Dude thanks for the support and kind words. I'm honored for the positive opinion on the rom. I spent the last 2 years building everything, searching for a rom to settle on and invest time in instead of building and searching, and about a month ago I got settled in with RR. It will continue to get better from here. Thanks a bunch! Appreciate it! And... Trebuchet is a problematic thing on RR for most devices this android cycle. We added a lot to make sure pixel launcher and nova/ other launchers would work well considering that. Tomorrow I have a bring up for pixel 4(my other device) but I am bringing a different launcher to the table to hopefully swap out for trebuchet.