[ROM][Unofficial][AOSP9r46/Pie & AOSP10r41][X/X Dualsim/X Compact]2020-11-01 builds

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vknecht

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[ROM][Unofficial][AOSP9r46/Pie & AOSP10r41][X/X Dualsim/X Compact]2020-11-01 builds

Downloads : see the AOSP9 release post (no gapps) and AOSP10 release post (gapps & non-gapps builds)

Required
Install
  1. Backup whatever you can't afford to loose ! Also search for "TA partition backup" if you never heard of it...
  2. Have unlocked device
  3. Have fastboot command installed
  4. Download and extract the ZIP file related to your device
  5. Download and extract the OEM ZIP file
  6. Phone powered-off, keep Volume-Up key pressed while plugging it to computer with USB cable
  7. Run the following fastboot commands, adjusting path to .img files as needed
  • fastboot flash boot boot.img
  • fastboot flash system system.img
  • fastboot flash cache cache.img
  • fastboot flash userdata userdata.img
  • fastboot flash recovery recovery.img (optional, skip if you want to keep twrp)
  • fastboot flash oem SW_binaries_for_Xperia_Android_9.0_2.3.2_v9_loire.img
  • Unplug the USB cable, wait for ~30 seconds then power on the device
Build characteristics
  • AOSP9 : PQ3A.190801.002, 2019-08-01 security patch
  • AOSP10 : QQ3A.200805.001, 2020-08-05 security patch
  • Kernel 4.9.230
Credits: the fine folks contributing to Sony Open Devices Project

These roms are provided in case they're useful, no promises, no guarantees...
Only f5121 and f5321 builds were basic-tested (call, sms, data, wifi, camera, bt, fingerprint),
no battery drain, over-heating nor intempestive reboot seen after a few hours mostly idle.
GApps, GStore, GCam and Magisk reported to work when proceeding with care (see this post)
 
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lookmanns14

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i testing it right now and post a little "review" soon

for now i can only say it boot with gapps and magisk flashed

edit: when it booting on there were only a few minor errors in adb logcat so i think it will be a quiet stable rom
Thanks appreciate it...if there no random reboot issues,it would be nice
 

Adi_OP

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Flashed it on my f5121 and it's best rom for suzu right now.
No bugs at all, baterry life and prformance is great.
No random reboots (at least no reboot happened to me).
GApps/GStore working. Magisk too. Im not able to test NFC, 5GHz wifi and cast so idk if it works.



Unfortunately I'm back to nougat PA rom because
drivedroid app not working on this rom (it not working on any rom even on stock only on PA lol)
but if you not using it, this rom probably will be your daily rom.
 
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Lihxor

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I'm will flash this ROM soon and i'm gonna write a post about it after a "week experience". I'm still gonna write any "strange behaviours" during usage, if necessary. I hope for the best :D
 
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Davidemondo

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installation help

HELP

Hello to all ..
I have already installed other roms ...
I do not have the skills to install this rom



I tried with the adb commands .. but it doesn't install ... you can explain how to install this rom .. thanks
 
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twain55

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Flashed it on my f5121 and it's best rom for suzu right now.
No bugs at all, baterry life and prformance is great.
No random reboots (at least no reboot happened to me).
GApps/GStore working. Magisk too. Im not able to test NFC, 5GHz wifi and cast so idk if it works.



Unfortunately I'm back to nougat PA rom because
drivedroid app not working on this rom (it not working on any rom even on stock only on PA lol)
but if you not using it, this rom probably will be your daily rom.

Did you check it Gcam works?
 

Lihxor

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I can tell you guys that 5GHz wifi works IMG_20191119_150442.jpg

Sent from my Xperia X (AOSP) using Tapatalk
 
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Lihxor

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What about for random reboot problem bro. Do you have it? :confused:
I'm gonna be able to answer correctly to this question after some days of usage. BTW, since i flashed i only got an unexpected reboot after flashing Magisk (so it's not that unexpected) and i had to reboot once because i've got some problems with wifi but this is a bug that i found on other pie ROMs too. I'll let you know in the following days if this issue is too annoying

Sent from my Xperia X (AOSP) using Tapatalk
 
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lookmanns14

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This aosp build is pretty fast...but one and only,I just got reboot issues while try to use recent app switcher (gesture)
 
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yns_rdm

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I'm gonna be able to answer correctly to this question after some days of usage. BTW, since i flashed i only got an unexpected reboot after flashing Magisk (so it's not that unexpected) and i had to reboot once because i've got some problems with wifi but this is a bug that i found on other pie ROMs too. I'll let you know in the following days if this issue is too annoying

Thanks Lihxor for your reply. I will wait for your usage experience for following days.
 
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Lihxor

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This aosp build is pretty fast...but one and only,I just got reboot issues while try to use recent app switcher (gesture)
Maybe with a clean flash all our little issues would vanish. Anyway, compared to a 2.9 Havoc GSI that i was using before flashing this AOSP i can say that (for now) this ROM looks smoother and more stable. I'm also trying to increase battery life by tweaking stuff with kernel adiutor

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Maybe with a clean flash all our little issues would vanish. Anyway, compared to a 2.9 Havoc GSI that i was using before flashing this AOSP i can say that (for now) this ROM looks smoother and more stable. I'm also trying to increase battery life by tweaking stuff with kernel adiutor
Yeah I do clean flash..but its okay,I don't blame anyone because aosp have this issues since oreo,what wrong with aosp on sony phone btw :laugh: ...what should we do :rolleyes:
 
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vknecht

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This aosp build is pretty fast...but one and only,I just got reboot issues while try to use recent app switcher (gesture)
Yeah I do clean flash..but its okay,I don't blame anyone because aosp have this issues since oreo,what wrong with aosp on sony phone btw :laugh: ...what should we do :rolleyes:
Could you get logcat/dmesg/ramoops logs from the crash ? And describe how to reproduce if possible ?
 

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    [ROM][Unofficial][AOSP9r46/Pie & AOSP10r41][X/X Dualsim/X Compact]2020-11-01 builds

    Downloads : see the AOSP9 release post (no gapps) and AOSP10 release post (gapps & non-gapps builds)

    Required
    Install
    1. Backup whatever you can't afford to loose ! Also search for "TA partition backup" if you never heard of it...
    2. Have unlocked device
    3. Have fastboot command installed
    4. Download and extract the ZIP file related to your device
    5. Download and extract the OEM ZIP file
    6. Phone powered-off, keep Volume-Up key pressed while plugging it to computer with USB cable
    7. Run the following fastboot commands, adjusting path to .img files as needed
    • fastboot flash boot boot.img
    • fastboot flash system system.img
    • fastboot flash cache cache.img
    • fastboot flash userdata userdata.img
    • fastboot flash recovery recovery.img (optional, skip if you want to keep twrp)
    • fastboot flash oem SW_binaries_for_Xperia_Android_9.0_2.3.2_v9_loire.img
    • Unplug the USB cable, wait for ~30 seconds then power on the device
    Build characteristics
    • AOSP9 : PQ3A.190801.002, 2019-08-01 security patch
    • AOSP10 : QQ3A.200805.001, 2020-08-05 security patch
    • Kernel 4.9.230
    Credits: the fine folks contributing to Sony Open Devices Project

    These roms are provided in case they're useful, no promises, no guarantees...
    Only f5121 and f5321 builds were basic-tested (call, sms, data, wifi, camera, bt, fingerprint),
    no battery drain, over-heating nor intempestive reboot seen after a few hours mostly idle.
    GApps, GStore, GCam and Magisk reported to work when proceeding with care (see this post)
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