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[ROM][UNOFFICIAL][11] ColtOS-7.3 [crownlte][2021-09-28][MONTHLY]

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    >> Standard Disclaimer <<
    * 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 blame me in any way for what happens to your device, I will laugh at you.
    * BOOM! And Turn to Ashes...!!!
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    What's ColtOS
    Needless to say, ColtOS Project is custom ROM based on AOSP by a team of learners with all the necessary customizations, without compromising the stability and security of the device.
    We have cherry-picked the features from many other open-source roms/projects and we are very thankful to all of them!
    We try to keep ColtOS as stable as possible, on the off chance you faced any issues with official builds, please let us know via our official telegram group or XDA thread.

    Team ColtOS
    We, The ColtOS Team, are a bunch of Android enthusiasts coming from a wide variety of industries (some of them don't even belong to anything related to programming or coding). But we like what we do.
    We are a young and growing team of learners. We are still learning and helping each other learn as well. Thanks to the entire ColtOS team for giving their precious time to this Project.

    @Rakesh Batra - Lead Developer and Founder of ColtOS
    @nitn.chobhe - Core Developer
    @mg712702 - Core Developer
    @SaurabhCharde - Community Manager

    @SuperDroidBond - Project Contributor
    @Roger.T - Graphics Designer
    @mukesh22584 - Project Contributor
    @CyderXDA - Device Maintainer (crownlte)

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    First time installation:
    +Reboot recovery, Wipe System, Dalvik/Cache, Cache, Data
    +Reboot recovery, Flash ROM, Gapps, Magisk (Optional)
    +Reboot and Enjoy!

    NOTE: If you fail to follow these instructions, please don't bother reporting any bugs. Also, we do not support any Xposed or Magisk modules or any custom kernel so please keep in mind before reporting.
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    We would like to give thanks to everyone that contributes to the Android community, big or small because every bit counts. Although we can't list each and every contributor within the Android community, we would like to highlight some of the teams and individuals that have made it possible NOT only with just this version of COLT but throughout the years because we don't ever want to forget where we came from nor those that have helped us!
    That said, ColtOS team would like to thank to...

    * LineageOS / Cyanogenmod
    * Project-Xtended
    * EvolutionX
    * OmniROM
    * Nitrogen OS
    * AICP
    * crDroid
    * DirtyUnicorns
    * Bliss Roms
    * BootLeggers
    * AOSP Extended ROM
    * DerpFest
    * Project-404
    * DotOS
    * CorvusOS

    **If we have left someone or some team, we apologize, and please PM us. We would be very happy to include your name as well.**
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    Samsung Stuff, VoLTE, VoWIFI will never work on AOSP ROM!
    Blur is disabled to avoid some heating problem may appear.
    Device support group: Group
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    Probably a dumb question, but how is the camera?
    if you care about the camera, tbh camera is not good. Using zgcam may increase your experience. But if you need the camera quality, just stay on OneUI-based rom for the best camera experience.
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    It will be better if you include everything, it will be very easy for us. like the nobel rom...
    If you want gApps available at install, then go with ArrowOS. They have a gApps build.

    As far as wanting CyderXDA to include everything in a ROM, that will take forever to do, and then it defeats the purpose of building a vanilla (plain, basic, etc.) ROM. Building, installing, and maintaining ROMs is never easy. He can include every app known to Google Play, Amazon, or F-droid, and your device could still have the problems you have made multiple posts about.

    If you want everything in a build for your device, get the source code, the device tree, and the kernel and learn to add everything yourself. That's the beauty of open source and custom roms. I am doing that myself right now, and it's a very involved process. Expecting someone to make things easy for you takes away the learning process.