Looks like I'll be waiting for the next update before I update to this. Its kinda annoying on the earlier build when I constantly have to unplug and plug the cable just to warp charge. The build I'm using is stable enough for me at the moment.
I know its off topic but do you know how to get drivers to install on a surface pro x it has a arm 64 processor and for the life of me i cant seem to install them.i ask you cause i know you have alot of knowledge with android and stuff.
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 and vendor_boot.img are found HERE
- latest version of nameless rom
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)
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
What issue? What ROM are you currently ON?Hi,
I've updated the ROM from the previous (C48) version to the latest version by following the steps here exactly, even switched the slot and flashed the dumped ROM stuff. I downloaded the original ROM from the Oxygen Updater app.
After flashing the updated OP9Pro ROM (original, not Nameless), I rebooted into the system and saw that the system was running normally. Then rebooted into recovery once again to sideload the Nameless ROM. I have flashed it for both slots, however, after booting into the system, the Google logo (the last few seconds of the boot up animation) plays repeatedly in intervals of a few seconds, allowing me just enough time to enter my SIM PIN in between the loops.
I installed the last (C48) version by following the instructions below (formatted the system):
Is there a way to fix this issue without formatting?
Thank you in advance
I'm currently on Nameless ROM, the latest build. And as for the OP build, it should be the C62 version after following the LineageOS Update instructions.
I watched a review on YouTube that stated this apparently maintains the OnePlus Camera & OnePlus settings tab, is this true?
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.
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- Android OS version: 12.1/12L
- Security patch level: Augest 2022
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If you're asking if this rom has the OP Camera installed, than it's a clear no. Afaik OP never released the camera.
Battery backup and performance improved and new oos camera ui. Battery backup much better then oos 12 fw base builds