WE NOW HAVE AN OFFICIAL TELEGRAM GROUP - StatiXOS @ Telegram.
Right now you are gonna find a mixed StatiX/AOSP experience as this is a brand new project:
- Spark Settings Panel introduced.
- Always-On Display enabled (on devices that support it).
- Smart Pixels enabled (on devices that support it).
- Advanced reboot
- Dark mode and accent theming
- Statusbar battery styles
Well, these issues are not that annoying after all.
- A few bugs related to Wireless Hotspot: 5GHz not working for all countries;
- VoLTE doesn't work: for instance if you are a Verizon user the phone will fall back to 2G when a call is incoming.
- FI USERS: Download the Fi official where WFC works (only on Fi, other carriers will have the issue above.)
A few notes before you proceed
- Before going straight to the download section there’s something we would like to tell you: we have changed the default encryption method for the phone, migrating to File-Based Encryption (you can get more information on the official Google documentation page). In order to get this encryption mode working, you will need to use our custom recovery (compiled from the latest source) which is compatible with this encryption and, just for the first time, you will have to wipe your internal data - so, backup your data before proceeding.
Note: If your phone only has 4 cores, download the BLOD patch (you can find it in the download section), flash our recovery.img from your working TWRP and then install the BLOD patch.
- Grab our recovery from the downloads section and install it.
- THROUGH TWRP:
Install Zip > Install Image > Choose ‘recovery.img’ > Select partition ‘Recovery’ > Swipe to confirm flash- OR THROUGH FASTBOOT:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
- Install the official ROM, GApps and then wipe your internal data partition.
- THROUGH TWRP
Wipe > Format data- OR THROUGH FASTBOOT
- Reboot into system and wait until the process finishes, it could take a little bit. After the installation is done I suggest waiting before using the phone because it usually goes into thermal throttling after installing a ROM.
[B]23/5/2019:[/B][INDENT] - June security patch and based on android-9.0.0_r42; - more Q accents added - incall vibration options added - ability to reset battery stats added - enhance doze - better font support - and more from [URL="https://review.statixos.me/q/status:merged "]our gerrit[/URL]!. [/INDENT]
[B]08/22/2018:[/B] [INDENT]Say hello to StatiXOS.[/INDENT] [B]08/23/2018:[/B] [INDENT]- Verify encryption works; - Fixed default camera force close; - The build is now officially signed with [I]release-keys[/I]; - Prebuilt GApps removed from .zip, you will need to flash them separately; - Incoming calls now work without any issues;[/INDENT] [B]08/29/2018:[/B] [INDENT]- Enforcing SELinux; - fix GPS; - Removal of AOSP su (should improve magisk compatibility); - Added Sparks (custom tweaks); - Advanced Reboot; - Smart Pixels; - Accent changer; - Fixed dark/light theme not applying on first boot; - Forced round adaptive icons by default; - New launcher (based on Amir's rootless Pixel Launcher); - add Adaptive Battery and Adaptive Brightness animations in Settings; - added Always On Display; - added StatiX version to FirmwareDialog (About Phone dialog); - Fix fingerprint sensor position during fingerprint enrollment during setup; - remove QuickSearchBox and Browser2; - additional GApps compatibility fixes; - added cache cleaner script during flash to remove package cache so resources are loaded correctly; - added Product Sans in a few places; - removed duplicate build number preference in FirmwareDialog and About Phone;[/INDENT] [B]10/14/2018:[/B] [INDENT] - October patch and based on android-9.0.0_r10; - sRGB mode fixed; - Incoming calls over LTE fixed (for carriers such as T-Mobile / Verizon) via a workaround - IMS services removed temporarily; - backuptool is finally a thing which means you will not have to worry about dirty flashing the new version, you won’t lose anything. Flashaholics can finally feel at home; - WiFi doesn't turn off during sleep anymore; - The system now has a Dark mode (inspiration from DCEU); - StatiXOS now has a different style and for this thank @nardow that has designed a wonderful Sparks icon and a wallpaper; - Bootanimation and sounds kanged from Pixel 2 thank to @skiman10; - New ways of breaking system got added inside Sparks, but please do not take a look inside miscellaneous or navigation (we know they're empty). - Edges in the UI were sharp so for safety measures, we have enabled rounded corners; - For all the lazy people, there is a quick unlock mode which allows you to unlock the phone as soon as you type the correct pin. Save yourself a tap now; - We gave StatiXOS a high dose of sleeping pill and now doze mode works even better than before; - Now there is a Caffeine QS tile. So, if you have no life just turn it on and keep staring at the display. [/INDENT] [B]09/11/2018:[/B][INDENT] - November security patch and based on android-9.0.0_r16; - DRM contents (e.g Netflix) on L1 security fixed: videos now work on full resolution; - Addressed a wrong RAM configuration, switched from 2GB to 3GB ones; - A lot of customisations added, please check the whole set of changes [URL="https://del.dog/statixos.md"]from this file[/URL]. [/INDENT] [B]14/12/2018:[/B][INDENT] - December security patch and based on android-9.0.0_r21; - Hotspot 5GHz fixed for some countries; some users might still experience issues with it but at least no reboots or freezes should occur; - Audio distortions on certain occasions should be finally addressed; - A lot of customisations added, please check the whole set of changes from [URL="https://del.dog/statixos-angler-dec.md"]this file[/URL]. [/INDENT] [B]27/1/2019:[/B][INDENT] - January security patch and based on android-9.0.0_r30; - Many launcher updates, it looks like Pixel Launcher now - Improved theme toggling, so now more elements get globally darkened when dark/black theme is enabled - Dropped quick unlock to avoid issues with PINs more than 6-7 characters long - Added lockscreen customizations to allow hiding of elements on the lockscreen [/INDENT] [B]26/2/2019:[/B][INDENT] - February security patch and based on android-9.0.0_r33; - Dropped black theme to simplify theme choice and having themes now tie in with night mode - Improved theming elements consistency - Added lockscreen customizations to allow choosing custom clocks - Added full gesture navigation - Custom features are now searchable! - Dark theme is now significantly darker - Added more actions to Launcher3 - Moved to an enhanced doze package - Files app is now Dark if Dark theme is enabled [/INDENT] [B]21/3/2019:[/B][INDENT] - March security patch and based on android-9.0.0_r34; - Improved theming elements consistency - Moved to clang on display HALs and media HAL (OS should be smoother) - Traffic indicator is now in statusbar as well - Bluetooth battery levels in statusbar - Added expandable Volume Panel (POSP) - other small things here and there (crashes have been addressed, etc.) [/INDENT] [B]28/4/2019:[/B][INDENT] - April security patch and based on android-9.0.0_r35; - Text clock from Q introduced - Weather units are now automatically determined by carrier - Font tile introduced - other small things here and there (crashes have been addressed, etc.) [/INDENT] [B]23/5/2019:[/B][INDENT] - May security patch and based on android-9.0.0_r37; - Text clock improvements - Q battery estimation in QS introduced - Q battery style introduced - haptic feedback on full gesture nav back action - Q accents added [/INDENT]
- ROM: Official release for the month of June
- Fi Official build: Official release for Fi users for the month of May
- GApps: May SimpleGApps
- BLOD workaround (ONLY FOR PHONES THAT HAVE 4 CORES LEFT) : osm0sis
- FBE Recovery: TWRP
Thanks to / credits (alphabetical order)
ABC Rom AmyClaraRose AOSiP argraur beanstown106 CarbonROM ezio84 kantjer nardow NexusPieX Google LineageOS POSP simarguram skiman10
StatiXOS, ROM for the Huawei Nexus 6P
Jertlok, ggpew2, kantjer
Source Code: https://github.com/StatiXOS
ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x
Based On: AOSP
Last Updated 2019-06-21
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