[ROM][Unofficial][ls990-only][Android 11] crDroid 7.9

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lxlc

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*** Disclaimer
I am not responsible for any damage you made to your device
You have been warned


crDroid is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device also attempting to bringing many of the best features existent today


Features:
https://github.com/crdroidandroid/crdroid_features/blob/11.0/README.mkdn

Flashing Instructions:

Pre-installation:

First time installation:
  • Step 1: Reboot to recovery
  • Step 2: Wipe system, cache and data (internal storage too if necessary)
  • Step 3: Flash the ROM zip
  • Step 4: Flash additional files (like GApps or Magisk)
  • Step 5: Reboot and enjoy :)

Update installation:
  • Step 1: Reboot to recovery
  • Step 2: Flash the ROM zip
  • Step 3: Flash additional files (like GApps or Magisk)
  • Step 4: Reboot and enjoy :)


Sources:
ROM: https://github.com/crdroidandroid
Trees: Trees

Download:
ROM Link

Known issues:
Nothing AFAIK, please report if you have any issues

Visit official website @ crDroid.net
crDroid Community Telegram
crDroid Updates Channel
Donate to help our team pay server costs
 

HardStyl3r

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I am going to be honest with you. I don't really like the way you've made G3 repos on your personal GitHub. For someone who does his own repos in such unprofessional way, I wouldn't run their builds on my phone. I assume you know how to use Git in a basic way and how to fork basing on the job you've done in crDroid OTA repo, so why delete all history and authorship everywhere else? I used to be making the same mistake just because I didn't know Git and I learned very quickly on my own mistakes. I advise you do the same.

No offense, just saying.
 

firebird11

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I am going to be honest with you. I don't really like the way you've made G3 repos on your personal GitHub. For someone who does his own repos in such unprofessional way, I wouldn't run their builds on my phone. I assume you know how to use Git in a basic way and how to fork basing on the job you've done in crDroid OTA repo, so why delete all history and authorship everywhere else? I used to be making the same mistake just because I didn't know Git and I learned very quickly on my own mistakes. I advise you do the same.

No offense, just saying.
hey bro , still alive :)
 
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lxlc

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I am going to be honest with you. I don't really like the way you've made G3 repos on your personal GitHub. For someone who does his own repos in such unprofessional way, I wouldn't run their builds on my phone. I assume you know how to use Git in a basic way and how to fork basing on the job you've done in crDroid OTA repo, so why delete all history and authorship everywhere else? I used to be making the same mistake just because I didn't know Git and I learned very quickly on my own mistakes. I advise you do the same.

No offense, just saying.
Hi, thank you for replying to my thread. I just wanted to answer your questions

1. I don't get what's the deal with having trees on a personal GitHub page. Do you mind explaining?

2. Yes, I do know how to use Git in a basic way. Thank you for explaining, I will fix it right now :)
 
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HardStyl3r

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Hi, thank you for replying to my thread. I just wanted to answer your questions

1. I don't get what's the deal with having trees on a personal GitHub page. Do you mind explaining?

2. Yes, I do know how to use Git in a basic way. Thank you for explaining, I will fix it right now :)
There's no big deal on having trees on your personal GitHub. I also have my trees on my git. I wrote specifically, it's the way you did them. You deleted the entire history which erases authorship and necessary credits. Don't get me wrong, the trees will still work, it just looks very unprofessional.
 
I recently stumbled across my old VS985, the week after I found my old Note 2. I fired up the (still charged!) extended battery and that thing handles 10 great.

Just a question, since the CDMA networks are pretty much dead now, LTE ruling the day, would there be any danger to force installing this ls990 ROM? I'm currently on the last release of CR droid for the 985 (10) it looks like this ROM and Lineage are the last (?) supported ROMS. I'm guessing 12 won't come.

But still, some of the great heroes of the VS 985 are in this thread. Especially hardstyler. It's amazing that this phone from 2014 - 7 years ago(!) is running 10 and 11!
 

q2n

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Jun 4, 2010
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Thanks, @lxlc, building a ROM for the community is always appreciated. Stumbling upon this thread made me pull out both LS990s I had and do the upgrade.

On the CRdroid site, I found the latest official update was 9/14/21, roughly three weeks after your post, so used that.

These were great little phones, can't believe I'm looking at them running Android 11!

EDIT
...Actually wrote that halfway through the setup wizard; clearly the Android part was working. But, the face unlock is not!

Turns out (never paid attention before), the Internet is clogged with reports of users being unable to get past the face unlock in Android 11. (Tried several faces.) Lots of workarounds posted but none worked for me.

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NM! Got it to work by turning head to strange angle, sticking out tongue and making bizarre face. What a worthless POS feature! Deleting from phones now...
 
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    BE3pE0l.png

    Code:
    *** Disclaimer
    I am not responsible for any damage you made to your device
    You have been warned


    crDroid is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device also attempting to bringing many of the best features existent today


    Features:
    https://github.com/crdroidandroid/crdroid_features/blob/11.0/README.mkdn

    Flashing Instructions:

    Pre-installation:

    First time installation:
    • Step 1: Reboot to recovery
    • Step 2: Wipe system, cache and data (internal storage too if necessary)
    • Step 3: Flash the ROM zip
    • Step 4: Flash additional files (like GApps or Magisk)
    • Step 5: Reboot and enjoy :)

    Update installation:
    • Step 1: Reboot to recovery
    • Step 2: Flash the ROM zip
    • Step 3: Flash additional files (like GApps or Magisk)
    • Step 4: Reboot and enjoy :)


    Sources:
    ROM: https://github.com/crdroidandroid
    Trees: Trees

    Download:
    ROM Link

    Known issues:
    Nothing AFAIK, please report if you have any issues

    Visit official website @ crDroid.net
    crDroid Community Telegram
    crDroid Updates Channel
    Donate to help our team pay server costs
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    I am going to be honest with you. I don't really like the way you've made G3 repos on your personal GitHub. For someone who does his own repos in such unprofessional way, I wouldn't run their builds on my phone. I assume you know how to use Git in a basic way and how to fork basing on the job you've done in crDroid OTA repo, so why delete all history and authorship everywhere else? I used to be making the same mistake just because I didn't know Git and I learned very quickly on my own mistakes. I advise you do the same.

    No offense, just saying.
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    I am going to be honest with you. I don't really like the way you've made G3 repos on your personal GitHub. For someone who does his own repos in such unprofessional way, I wouldn't run their builds on my phone. I assume you know how to use Git in a basic way and how to fork basing on the job you've done in crDroid OTA repo, so why delete all history and authorship everywhere else? I used to be making the same mistake just because I didn't know Git and I learned very quickly on my own mistakes. I advise you do the same.

    No offense, just saying.
    hey bro , still alive :)