[ROM][Pixel 3][13.0.0_r8] PixelDust Android 13 for blueline [5 October 2022]

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LedgendaryEpics

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... I also have a sneaking suspicion that google checks your account as well to see if account has history with root apps and attestation checks but that's a theory for now...
 

Robshr

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It's there a fix for the mic volume
I can hear the person but they can't hear me. I turned the mic volume all the way up in the kernel controls but the still can't hear me
 
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FrickDude

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Can someone please explain to me why anyone would install this version over the CAF version? I read the description of what the CAF version is in the OP's post but don't understand why that means there's a non-CAF version. The PixelDust website even only links the CAF version. Thank you for any explaining.
 

evilpoohead

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Can someone please explain to me why anyone would install this version over the CAF version? I read the description of what the CAF version is in the OP's post but don't understand why that means there's a non-CAF version. The PixelDust website even only links the CAF version. Thank you for any explaining.
maybe because you are in CAF version and it somehow lags or something..I would want to try this, but I am very dependant on safenet passing
 

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Can someone please explain to me why anyone would install this version over the CAF version? I read the description of what the CAF version is in the OP's post but don't understand why that means there's a non-CAF version. The PixelDust website even only links the CAF version. Thank you for any explaining.
Basically, people want to use AOSP version because this version it tend to get update frequently each month as because AOSP source code are directly from Google and each time google release monthly android update, the source code for new build will release to public. Different from CAF version, the source code was made by Qualcomm and update for CAF version is slow around 2 to 3 month for one update as they need to port the source code from AOSP to become CAF version. But, the benefit to use CAF version is as it optimize for Qualcomm device and Pixel phone using Qualcomm chipset, it have greater optimization and better memory management.

Which better, it's up to you. If you want better performance but slow update schedule, go to CAF version. But, if you like to get frequent update and want to taste new features release from google first, got to AOSP
 

FrickDude

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Basically, people want to use AOSP version because this version it tend to get update frequently each month as because AOSP source code are directly from Google and each time google release monthly android update, the source code for new build will release to public. Different from CAF version, the source code was made by Qualcomm and update for CAF version is slow around 2 to 3 month for one update as they need to port the source code from AOSP to become CAF version. But, the benefit to use CAF version is as it optimize for Qualcomm device and Pixel phone using Qualcomm chipset, it have greater optimization and better memory management.

Which better, it's up to you. If you want better performance but slow update schedule, go to CAF version. But, if you like to get frequent update and want to taste new features release from google first, got to AOSP
I really appreciate the effort and detail in your answer. This is the best response. It should be included in the details of the OP IMO. Thank you.
 

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Can anybody help me get SuperSU install? Need to do a file copy as root.
What I tried:
Code:
adb reboot bootloader
then from the bootloader:
Code:
fastboot boot twrp-3.6.1_11-1-blueline.img

I then try to install the SuperSU ZIP normally.

I think the SuperSU binary I'm using is too old, I'm using:
Code:
UPDATE-SuperSU-v2.82-20170528234214.zip

"BAD RECOVERY DETECTED, NO UNZIP, ABORTING"

Anybody know which I should be using instead?
 

Ferdimage911

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@spezi77 Cheers for all the progress on the latest build.
I tried the early builds of PD12 back in the days, but had to go back to your PD11 for stability.

So happy to come back to PD12 to see so much improvement and stability, thanks for including Kirisakura kernel also.
Now I can finally move from PD11 , and I'm looking forward to what you will do with Android 13.
 

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I realize it's a long shot, especially since @spezi77 said A13 is next, but has anyone had trouble with calling and MMS? I recently went to Boost, an AT&T MVNO in the US and calling / MMS doesn't work no matter what I do. SMS and data work fine, however.

I'm fairly certain the issue is with Boost, but the only thing that makes me doubt that is the SIM card works as expected if I pop it in my backup phone (Moto X4 running PixelExperience A12.1) and it works as expected if I go back to stock.

I've tried clean installs of both AOSP and CAF version of PixelDust, with flashing stock (including radio IMG) in between, and it's the same behavior. I don't even get any APN setting downloads, whereas on stock and the MotoX4, it downloads all of the AT&T stuff no problem.
 

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PIXELDUST ROM TIRAMISU is here!

Enjoy ;)
 

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    Pre-requisites:
    * You are familiar with helping yourself out of awkward situations. You won't defame or complain at the developer of this ROM for your misfortunes.
    * You are familiar with using fastboot
    * Before you are ready to flash this custom ROM, you have to install the latest factory image from October 2021
    * Bootloader unlocked
    * You have created a backup of your ROM & data

    First time installing PixelDust ROM, or coming from another ROM:

    YOU MUST HAVE an Android 12 FACTORY IMAGE FLASHED TO BOTH SLOTS BEFORE YOUR FIRST TIME INSTALLING ROM.

    1. Flashing stock ROM / unlock bootloader (If applicable):
    1. Follow these instructions: https://developers.google.com/android/images#blueline
    2. Boot the stock ROM.
    3. Don't setup any google account, don't add a screen lock. Just go to Settings > System > Developer options. Enable OEM unlocking.
    4. You need to follow this guide to unlock your bootloader.
    2. There are now two options for the installation. Either via TWRP or via Sideload (for advanced users).

    A. Flashing PixelDust ROM via TWRP:

    1. Download the ROM and both TWRP files (img + zip) (for download links see above).
    2. Boot fastboot mode.
    3. Connect the phone to the Computer with USB cord.
    4. Copy twrp-3.6.2_11-0-blueline.img to the platform-tools folder or folder that has fastboot in it and rename it twrp.img.
    5. Open a Command Prompt.
    6. At the Command Prompt type and press enter.
      Code:
       fastboot boot twrp.img
    7. If requested, swipe to allow modifications.
    8. Tap "Wipe", then tap "Format data" and type yes to continue.
    9. Copy the rom zip and twrp-installer-3.6.2_11-0-blueline.zip to your device.
    10. Tap "Install", select the rom zip, tap "Add more Zips", select the twrp-installer.zip and Swipe Slider to install.
    11. When install is successful tap on "Reboot", then tap on the first list item "System".


    B. Flashing PixelDust ROM via sideload:

    1. Download the ROM and boot image (for download links see above)
    2. Boot fastboot mode
    3. Connect the phone to the Computer with USB cord.
    4. Flash the boot image (this allows stock recovery to flash unsigned rom zip)
      Code:
      fastboot flash boot boot_aosp_xxx.img
    5. Wipe userdata (required for first PixelDust/Android 13 install)
      Code:
      fastboot erase userdata
    6. Reboot into fastbootd
      Code:
      fastboot reboot fastboot
    7. Use volume keys and power button to select "Enter Recovery"
    8. Select "Apply Update from ADB"
    9. Sideload the ROM zip
      Code:
      adb sideload PixelDust-Tiramisu-aosp-blueline-user-xxx.zip
    10. Reboot


    Dirty flashing PixelDust ROM (coming from a previous PixelDust A13 ROM):
    Just skip the step "Format data" / "Wipe userdata"



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    XDA:DevDB Information
    [ROM][Pixel 3][13.0] PixelDust Android 13 for blueline, ROM for the Google Pixel 3

    Contributors
    spezi77

    Source Code: https://github.com/pixeldust-project-caf

    ROM OS Version: Android 13
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
    Based On: AOSP

    Version Information
    Status:
    Stable

    Created 2019-12-25
    Last Updated 2022-10-05
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    YOU MUST HAVE RECENT FACTORY IMAGE FLASHED TO BOTH SLOTS BEFORE YOUR FIRST TIME INSTALLING ROM.​
    Let me first say that as a user of the PixelDust ROM, I appreciate all that you do! Love it!

    With the recent $130 Pixel 3 (64GB in "Not Pink") deal from B&H, I picked up a couple to upgrade some family members, and PixelDust would never replace the latest (June 2021) stock ROM from Google. I figured out that it's because of the both slots thing that it wasn't working. Which is fine - you said it needed to be done - but nowhere did I see it written out how to do this.

    So I'm writing out the commands I used. For reference, this worked on three brand new Pixel 3 (Verizon versions, but with the bootloader able to be unlocked) that shipped with the November 2018 build of Android 9.

    Code:
    fastboot --slot all flash bootloader bootloader-blueline-XXXX-#.#-#######.img
    fastboot reboot bootloader
    
    [wait for phone to reboot]
    
    fastboot --slot all flash radio radio-blueline-XXXX-#####-######-X-#######.img
    fastboot reboot bootloader
    
    [wait for phone to reboot]
    
    fastboot --set-active=a
    fastboot -w update image-blueline-XXXX.######.###.zip
    
    [wait as it goes through fastbootd and eventually restarts to Android on its own]
    [reboot into the bootloader]
    
    fastboot --set-active=b
    fastboot -w update image-blueline-XXXX.######.###.zip
    
    [wait as it goes through fastbootd and eventually restarts to Android on its own]
    [reboot into the bootloader]
    
    [flash PixelDust per instructions in the OP]

    Essentially, I could flash the bootloader and radio to both slots at the same time, but had to flash the system image to each slot separately.

    Maybe this will help someone else!
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    New build with March security patch and some more features/ bug fixes is released.

    Have a nice day
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    PixelDust ROM January update arrived!

    Enjoy
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