Yes, I use RR as my daily driver because everything works with zero bugs. I've also heard great things about crDroid A10 but I have not tried it personally.
To be perfectly honest I used a version of RR Android 8.1 on an old but very nice phone of mine (Samsung Galaxy S5).
If you look in the official download page of RRemix based on Android 10, there are a lot of devices that are keept up to date.
yes, but he has conformed when RR11 is released he will continue to build, as of now he is building DOT os and Revenge osIf you look in the official download page of RRemix based on Android 10, there are a lot of devices that are keept up to date.
At the time of this post the latest RRemix version is 8.7.0.
The latest version on Chesseburger maintained by @Ledrock is 8.6.7.
Too bad that he will not provide any new updates on this version. At least this was his last update on this matter.
I use Swiftbackup to uninstall system apps and I never have a problem.Hi bro, Thank for your job and the rom is really remarkable. But there still a thing make me annoyance. My phone is just 64GB so i want to uninstall some unuseless system app. But the phone wont boot after uninstall any app. Even “Android Q Easter Egg”. Is there any solution for uninstall system app?
/* * 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. * */
*Make sure you have the latest 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. *If you are coming from stock OS you may need to format internal storage *Flash ResurrectionRemix Rom. *Flash Google Apps package(Optional). *Flash Magisk Root(Optional). *First boot may take up to 5 minutes.
*Simply open the updates app through RR tools> updates *Check for new OTA if you havent already *Tap download button , and follow the instructions. *Let the updater do its thing
*Boot to recovery and make a backup *Flash RROS zip then reboot to TWRP *Flash Magisk and reboot to system *Enjoy
search for "sim cards" in the search bar of settings and choose your sim as default data privider...