Development [ROM][OFFICIAL][OnePlus 9 Pro][12.1.0_r8]Nameless AOSP[2022/06/11]

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prateek978

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This is best custom os for oneplus 9 pro so far, there are a few drawbacks of this os is.. shuttering while opening n closing the app, scrolling, n Twitter everywhere I am facing that issue which ruined my os experience? does anybody know that issue? or any way to resolve this?

i am addicted to this but shuttering makes me change os to derpfest.. lets see how that's work o my device
 

alb94

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I see, so the steps here are incorrect?
1. MSM tool your device to stock.
2. OTA 11.2.10.10 within settings.
3. Download 11.2.10.10 signed.
4. Flash 11.2.10.10 again.
5. Unlock bootloader.

Cause I've tried the steps above and the results are still the same. -> Widevine at L3
1. MSM tool your device to stock.
2. OTA 11.2.10.10 in the settings.
3. Unlock the bootloader.
4. Download 11.2.10.10 signed.
5. Flash 11.2.10.10 zip local.
Then just proceed with the installation of Nameless.
 
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Advali

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1. MSM tool your device to stock.
2. OTA 11.2.10.10 in the settings.
3. Unlock the bootloader.
4. Download 11.2.10.10 signed.
5. Flash 11.2.10.10 zip local.
Then just proceed with the installation of Nameless.
Yeah unfortunately doesn't work for me. Once the bootloader is unlocked, Widevine is L3.
Even after I proceed with the install, widevine is still L3.

Probably doesn't work with mine.
 

benhidalgo

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Yeah unfortunately doesn't work for me. Once the bootloader is unlocked, Widevine is L3.
Even after I proceed with the install, widevine is still L3.

Probably doesn't work with mine.
Which device?

1. MSM tool your device to stock.
2. OTA 11.2.10.10 in the settings.
3. Unlock the bootloader.
4. Download 11.2.10.10 signed.
5. Flash 11.2.10.10 zip local.
6. Reboot recovery.
7. Wipe data.
8. Reboot recovery. Assure you're on slot_a.
9. Adb sideload nameless.
10. Reboot system.
 

Advali

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Which device?

1. MSM tool your device to stock.
2. OTA 11.2.10.10 in the settings.
3. Unlock the bootloader.
4. Download 11.2.10.10 signed.
5. Flash 11.2.10.10 zip local.
6. Reboot recovery.
7. Wipe data.
8. Reboot recovery. Assure you're on slot_a.
9. Adb sideload nameless.
10. Reboot system.
Oneplus 9 Pro. and yes I'm on slot_a. I've already attempted this 7x now.
 
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benhidalgo

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Oneplus 9 Pro. and yes I'm on slot_a. I've already attempted this 7x now.
LE2120 - China : ColorOS
LE2121 - India : DA
LE2123 - EU : BA
LE2125 - NA/Global : AA
LE2127 - T-Mobile : ACB

Which one is yours?


1. MSM tool your device to stock.
2. OTA 11.2.10.10 in the settings.
3. Download 11.2.10.10 signed.
4. Flash 11.2.10.10 zip local.
5. Unlock the bootloader. (and let's unlock the bootloader after local update)
6. Reboot recovery.
7. Wipe data.
8. Reboot recovery. Assure you're on slot_a.
9. Adb sideload nameless.
10. Reboot system.

and let's
 
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Advali

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Makati City
LE2120 - China : ColorOS
LE2121 - India : DA
LE2123 - EU : BA
LE2125 - NA/Global : AA
LE2127 - T-Mobile : ACB

Which one is yours?


1. MSM tool your device to stock.
2. OTA 11.2.10.10 in the settings.
3. Download 11.2.10.10 signed.
4. Flash 11.2.10.10 zip local.
5. Unlock the bootloader. (and let's unlock the bootloader after local update)
6. Reboot recovery.
7. Wipe data.
8. Reboot recovery. Assure you're on slot_a.
9. Adb sideload nameless.
10. Reboot system.

and let's
LE2125
 

[email protected]

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Feb 6, 2019
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This is best custom os for oneplus 9 pro so far, there are a few drawbacks of this os is.. shuttering while opening n closing the app, scrolling, n Twitter everywhere I am facing that issue which ruined my os experience? does anybody know that issue? or any way to resolve this?

i am addicted to this but shuttering makes me change os to derpfest.. lets see how that's work o my device
Don't know if you care but Derpfest Is EoL
 

benhidalgo

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Dec 13, 2012
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You shouldn't have any problems with this proccess. I'm not sure where the issue occurs. Every variants, except for TMobile L2127, are on L1 after AOSP is sideloaded. If you want, send me a telegram I will join your chat. I'll walk you through it.
 
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Zesty59

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Mar 21, 2022
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Has anyone noticed slightly choppy animations on this ROM, it looks like the animations are running at 60fps despite having 120hz enabled. Other than this small issue I'm loving this ROM so far.
 

GruesomeJeans

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I think I mentioned it before but this is still a very nice OS to daily drive. I'm on the latest update and the one before, I side loaded it dirty. I didn't do a full reset and so far it's been fine. The OTA update has also worked fine, my battery life has seen a small improvement.

I do have the sort of laggy scrolling through apps, some apps hang when opening, but my phone hasn't crashed once since which is good.

One minor bug I've had since switching to nameless is the keyboard popping up when I'm at the home screen. If I'm in the browser or something, then go to the home screen, sometimes the keyboard pops up. It doesn't really cause any issues, I just have to close it.

One more minor bug, sometimes when the phone is locked and sleeping the Google assistant will come up without provocation. There won't be any noises going on and it'll pop up like I said "hey Google". It's a little weird and maybe I'm just being haunted.

Thanks for all the work!
 

Advali

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Aug 1, 2011
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Makati City
You shouldn't have any problems with this proccess. I'm not sure where the issue occurs. Every variants, except for TMobile L2127, are on L1 after AOSP is sideloaded. If you want, send me a telegram I will join your chat. I'll walk you through it.
Thanks bro but I'm gonna pass at the moment since its kinda annoying to do backup and restore on a non rooted phone.
Since I'm not gonna be watching on any streaming service, I guess its fine for now.

Maybe next time I'll try and install colorOS and start from there if it doesn't work with OOS.
 

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    I Updated to C.48, so what do I do next? Any help would be greatly appreciated

    I'll walk you through it, the instructions have been so confusing for me but I finally got it working

    -Unlock your bootloader
    -When you reboot, skip through setup, enable developer options again and re-enable USB debugging
    -Boot into fastboot/bootloader (adb reboot bootloader)

    From here, you need to download 5 files
    • dtbo.img
    • vendor_boot.img
    • boot.img
    • latest version of nameless rom
    • copy-partitions-20210323_1922.zip
    dtbo.img and vendor_boot.img are found HERE
    boot.img and nameless rom are found on the download link in the main post, HERE if you're lazy
    copy partitions zip is found
    HERE

    -In fastboot, type these in order
    fastboot flash dtbo dtbo.img
    fastboot flash vendor_boot vendor_boot.img
    fastboot flash boot boot.img

    Obviously, if the img files aren't in the root adb.exe folder, then you put the path to the file
    E.g - fastboot flash dtbo C:\Users\lol\Desktop\dtbo.img

    At this point you've flashed the nameless recovery, and you're still in fastboot. Now you need to boot into the recovery.


    -Press the volume down button twice so it says "recovery mode" at the top, then press the power button. You're now booting into the recovery.
    -In the recovery, select "Apply Update", then "Apply from ADB"
    -On your PC, type in 'adb sideload copy-partitions-20210323_1922.zip' (Or whatever you've named the copy-partitions zip)

    This is a script that will copy everything from the current slot into the inactive slot. You NEED to do this if you haven't flashed your OOS update twice. Might as well do it anyway just in case.

    -After it's done, click the back button on the top left and get back to the main screen
    -Click advanced, then reboot to recovery
    -Once it reboots into recovery again, click factory reset and follow the instructions
    -When you've factory reset, go back to the main screen again, and go to "Apply Update", then "Apply from ADB" again like you did before
    -Type 'adb sideload nameless.zip' (nameless.zip being the rom, type whatever you've called it, and yes you can rename the zip files for ease)
    -Reboot
    -Enjoy

    NOTE:
    If you use windows powershell, you might get a 'cannot read' error when flashing the rom
    Try using command prompt instead

    When you flash, it might appear as if it's frozen (it was stuck at 47% for me), don't touch it, just leave it and it will install just fine.

    If no devices are showing up in fastboot, use this tutorial HERE
    5
    New build up!

    Note
    - This build is based on Oxygen OS 12 firmware, so must flash latest Oxygen OS 12 firmware in both slot before flashing the new nameless build.
    - Clean flash highly recommended.
    - Don't flash any custom kernel.
    - Don't update this build from OTA.

    Source changelog
    - Merged June security patch
    - Improved status bar brightness control
    - Improved QS header height & padding
    - Fixed ambient light color mode
    - Fixed lock screen after timeout
    - Fixed reTicker text invisible
    - Fixed styling issues on DocumentsUI
    - Fixed ringtone selection for devices with e-SIM
    - Fixed app font on Pixel Launcher
    - OnePlus devices: Avoid changing ringer mode when change ring volume in vibrate & silent mode
    - OnePlus devices: Re-enable ringer mode in volume dialog
    - Nameless Launcher: Allow to hide status bar in home screen
    - Lawnchair: Updated to latest Dev build
    - Other cleanup and improvements

    Device changelog
    - Initial Oxygen OS 12 firmware based build
    - Device, vendor and kernel tree completely rebase to latest los changes.
    - OnePlus Settings: Fully code refractor
    - Fixed bootanimation in FHD+ resolution
    3
    I am able to flash lineage os 19.1 but not the latest nameless because adb can not read the zip file.
    For those who are having trouble installing....

    1- Latest oos12 available for your version in both slots.
    2- Unlock your bootloader.
    3- Entre no modo fastboot.
    5- Extract dtbo and vendor_boot from build
    6- fastboot flash dtbo dtbo.img
    7- fastboot flash vendor_boot vendor_boot.img
    8- fastboot flash boot boot.img
    9- fastboot reboot recovery
    10- factory reset
    11- adb sideload nameless.zip
    12- factory reset.
    13- Reboot system
    3
    dtbo and vendor_boot for Nameless-AOSP_lemonadep-12.1-20220611-0216-Official
    2
    Chandu, I got stuck on the oneplus logo, so I remembered that in lineage 19.1, you need to flash the dtbo and vendor_boot, and then the boot.img provided. After that, I was able to boot the ROM. :)
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    Nameless AOSP for OnePlus 9 Pro [lemonadep]

    Nameless AOSP is based on Android Open Source Project, inspired by Google Pixel. We offer a smooth and stable experience for your device with a selected set of amazing features that provide an exceptional user experience.

    Whats working?
    Everything working :)

    Known issues

    Nothing yet
    You tell me


    Flash Instructions

    Download
    DON'T FLASH GAPPS, THEY'RE ALREADY INCLUDED !

    Donate
    Chris Chen PayPal
    Chandu Dyavanapelli PayPal
    UPI ID: [email protected]


    Team
    Chris Chen - Founder & lead Developer
    Chandu Dyavanapelli - Co Founder & lead Developer

    Credits
    Android Open-Source Project
    Pixel Experience
    AospExtended
    Proton AOSP

    LineageOS
    Havoc OS
    Arrow OS
    Krypton


    Others, I may have forgot to mention


    Stay tuned
    Our Telegram Group

    16
    Nameless back :)

    New build up!

    Note
    - Clean flash recommended

    Source Changelog
    - Merged May security patch (android-12.1.0_r5)
    - Introduce automated sleep mode
    - Implement background process killer
    - Added preferred network QS tile to quick switch between 4g/5g
    - Added expanded volume panel
    - Added switch data saver icon
    - Added game props for mobile legends
    - Added customize tiles layout in QS panel
    - Added more hotspot settings (AP Band, Hidden network, Device blacklist etc)
    - Added sound QS tile
    - Added AdGuard & Cloudflare private DNS providers
    - Added Custom carrier label & Carrier label placement
    - Added Dora & Weed status bar icons
    - Allow alert slider changes in pocket mode
    - Allow adding some system apps into app lock list
    - Allow to ignore secure flag for windows (Remove screenshot & screenrecord limits)
    - Allow to force show media controller in volume dialog
    - Allow 2 more columns for qs tiles
    - Allow to hide back gesture arrow
    - Allow to switch slot in recovery for AB devices
    - Disable face enroll on Setup Wizard
    - Force fullscreen for Google Dialer
    - Use Mi 11 Ultra games prop for mobile Legends
    - Refactor updater app
    - Fixed random misplaced qs tiles layout
    - Fixed unconditional qs panel expansion in settings
    - Fixed glitchy charging info on lockscreen
    - Fixed auto answer call triggered even after turning off game mode
    - Fixed notification overlay spam with old messages in game mode
    - Fixed weird lockscreen clock font
    - Fixed partial screenshot
    - Fixed wireless emergency alerts crash in settings
    - Fixed pixel launcher search bar color in light mode

    Device Changelog
    - Initial Android 12.1/12L build
    - Switch to user build
    - Switch to los kernel
    - Improved FHD+ resolution
    - Improved haptic feedback
    - Improved battery backup and performance
    - Update blobs, configs, props and vendor scripts from LA.UM.9.14.r1-18900-LAHAINA.QSSI12.0
    - Update CarrierConfig from OOS 12 LE2121_11.C.48
    - Fixed WiFi Display
    - Fixed telephony crash on first boot
    - Fixed Warp Charging not displaying in lockscreen
    - Fixed color modes
    - Make slider haptic feedback progressive
    - Refactor OnePlusSettings
    - Refactor and cleanup device tree and sync latest los changes
    14
    As per OP request, thread closed
    Thread re-opened on request of OP @chandu dyavanapelli
    12
    New build up!

    Source Changelog:
    - Merged android-12.0.0_r32
    - Added navbar layout inversion tuning
    - Added outline iconpack
    - Added refresh rate QS tile
    - Allow to configure portrait mode volume dialog position
    - Fixed double tap gesture not working after reboot / SystemUI restart
    - Fixed screen off gesture Alipay payment action not working
    - Fixed toast icon switch
    - Improved GameSpace overlay
    - Make night light transition faster
    - Spoof iQOO 8 pro for "honor of kings" to unlock 120hz for supported devices
    - Use Android 12L style for Internet & Screenrecord dialogs
    - Use Android 13 media output picker
    - Misc cleanup and optimizations
    - Fixed circle battery QS tinting
    - Fixed navbar inverse layout not working after reboot
    - Misc fixed and cleanup

    Device Changelog:
    - Updated CNE|IMS|QMI|RIL blobs from LA.UM.9.14.r1-18400.02-LAHAINA.QSSI12.0
    - Updated BT blobs from LA.UM.9.14.r1-18400.02-LAHAINA.QSSI12.0
    - Updated OnePlus Settings logo
    - Improved FOD accurate
    - Added arter's Adreno idler implementation
    - Added KCAL calibration support
    - Drop 5G modes switcher from OnePlus Settings (not working with latest RIL blobs)
    - Fixed ring issue while in calls for some carrier networks
    - Fixed mismatch udfps icon in AuthDialog
    - Fixed high touch sample mode failed to load
    - Fully rebased and cleaned up device tree
    11
    I Updated to C.48, so what do I do next? Any help would be greatly appreciated

    I'll walk you through it, the instructions have been so confusing for me but I finally got it working

    -Unlock your bootloader
    -When you reboot, skip through setup, enable developer options again and re-enable USB debugging
    -Boot into fastboot/bootloader (adb reboot bootloader)

    From here, you need to download 5 files
    • dtbo.img
    • vendor_boot.img
    • boot.img
    • latest version of nameless rom
    • copy-partitions-20210323_1922.zip
    dtbo.img and vendor_boot.img are found HERE
    boot.img and nameless rom are found on the download link in the main post, HERE if you're lazy
    copy partitions zip is found
    HERE

    -In fastboot, type these in order
    fastboot flash dtbo dtbo.img
    fastboot flash vendor_boot vendor_boot.img
    fastboot flash boot boot.img

    Obviously, if the img files aren't in the root adb.exe folder, then you put the path to the file
    E.g - fastboot flash dtbo C:\Users\lol\Desktop\dtbo.img

    At this point you've flashed the nameless recovery, and you're still in fastboot. Now you need to boot into the recovery.


    -Press the volume down button twice so it says "recovery mode" at the top, then press the power button. You're now booting into the recovery.
    -In the recovery, select "Apply Update", then "Apply from ADB"
    -On your PC, type in 'adb sideload copy-partitions-20210323_1922.zip' (Or whatever you've named the copy-partitions zip)

    This is a script that will copy everything from the current slot into the inactive slot. You NEED to do this if you haven't flashed your OOS update twice. Might as well do it anyway just in case.

    -After it's done, click the back button on the top left and get back to the main screen
    -Click advanced, then reboot to recovery
    -Once it reboots into recovery again, click factory reset and follow the instructions
    -When you've factory reset, go back to the main screen again, and go to "Apply Update", then "Apply from ADB" again like you did before
    -Type 'adb sideload nameless.zip' (nameless.zip being the rom, type whatever you've called it, and yes you can rename the zip files for ease)
    -Reboot
    -Enjoy

    NOTE:
    If you use windows powershell, you might get a 'cannot read' error when flashing the rom
    Try using command prompt instead

    When you flash, it might appear as if it's frozen (it was stuck at 47% for me), don't touch it, just leave it and it will install just fine.

    If no devices are showing up in fastboot, use this tutorial HERE