[ROM][UNOFFICIAL][microG][root][OTA][WireGuard][enchilada][9] LineageOS 16.0

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Master One

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@AndroidBolder, sorry for bothering you with something OT, but I have just made a fresh installation of microG using Nanodroid-microG on current OmniROM and microG Self-Check shows everything checked except for
  • Android version supported: Your Android version is not officially supported. This does not necessarily mean anything.
  • System supports location provider: Your system does not support this UnifiedNlp package. Either install a matching package or a compatibility Xposed module.
  • UnifiedNlp has known location: UnifiedNlp has no last known location. This will cause some apps to fail.
  • UnifiedNlp do not have Location to test Geocoder: Please verify your location Backend
Please see attached screenshot. Everything is installed and configured correctly including 3 UnifiedNlp backends (Deja Vu, Mozilla and Nominatim).

Can you tell if it looks the same on your unofficial Lineage OS as these may be Pie issues, or does everything check out OK?
 

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AndroidBolder

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As your post says, I have a really terrificant suggestion.
Why don't you try to port Sailfish Os on op6?
If you think that my suggestion is not terrificant I will understand. I would like to port it but I can't do that. For many reasons. Bye and congrats for this build. it looks like great.
Ceers

Unfortunately porting a device to SailfishOS is extremely hard and time consuming. Not something I can just do.
 
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sgroimax

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Unfortunately porting a device to SailfishOS is extremely hard and time consuming. Not something I can just do.
I know. Just for curiosity.. I did just know that it was a very hard work. I was able to run it over OnePlus x and over Nexus 4. I heard that it might probably run over OnePlus 3 and 5 but I can't define the thruth of infos.
 

Tomatot-

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I know. Just for curiosity.. I did just know that it was a very hard work. I was able to run it over OnePlus x and over Nexus 4. I heard that it might probably run over OnePlus 3 and 5 but I can't define the thruth of infos.

Except experiencing an other operating system (which is cool, for sure), benefits are quite limited compared to this ROM.

Lineage is probably considered the best ROM regarding privacy.
MicroG is open-source and trustworthy.
Wireguard is the best VPN protocol AFAIK.

It's only up to you to not install dodgy apps and your privacy should be fine. :)
 
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AndroidBolder

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As your post says, I have a really terrificant suggestion.
Why don't you try to port Sailfish Os on op6?
If you think that my suggestion is not terrificant I will understand. I would like to port it but I can't do that. For many reasons. Bye and congrats for this build. it looks like great.
Ceers

@AndroidBolder, sorry for bothering you with something OT, but I have just made a fresh installation of microG using Nanodroid-microG on current OmniROM and microG Self-Check shows everything checked except for
  • Android version supported: Your Android version is not officially supported. This does not necessarily mean anything.
  • System supports location provider: Your system does not support this UnifiedNlp package. Either install a matching package or a compatibility Xposed module.
  • UnifiedNlp has known location: UnifiedNlp has no last known location. This will cause some apps to fail.
  • UnifiedNlp do not have Location to test Geocoder: Please verify your location Backend
Please see attached screenshot. Everything is installed and configured correctly including 3 UnifiedNlp backends (Deja Vu, Mozilla and Nominatim).

Can you tell if it looks the same on your unofficial Lineage OS as these may be Pie issues, or does everything check out OK?

This ROM checks out completely. No issues whatsoever. The location services have a habit of causing issues. One of the reasons I decided to do this build.

Except experiencing an other operating system (which is cool, for sure), benefits are quite limited compared to this ROM.

Lineage is probably considered the best ROM regarding privacy.
MicroG is open-source and trustworthy.
Wireguard is the best VPN protocol AFAIK.

It's only up to you to not install dodgy apps and your privacy should be fine. :)

LineageOS is definitely the most professional and quality ROM out there. microG is a great project, a necessary evil in many respects. WireGuard is fantastic, Linus Torvalds called it a work of art..
 

chiyaan

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Does the NFC mobile paiement works with this ROM ? I dont use Google pay but i use other paiement mobile from france (orange bank, or carrefour pay).

I try that on omni ROM with magisk and nanodroid microG , but don't work i think because of safetynet
 

Tomatot-

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Does the NFC mobile paiement works with this ROM ? I dont use Google pay but i use other paiement mobile from france (orange bank, or carrefour pay).

I try that on omni ROM with magisk and nanodroid microG , but don't work i think because of safetynet

A little OT but i'm on omni with microG and safety net is fine as long as you hide droidguard helper.
 
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chintu1234

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Can I use my google play games to login and use my game saves??
Lets say my Pubg account is linked to my google account and it needs google play games to be installed can I play pubg and sync the game so my progress is not lost?
 

AndroidBolder

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Hi i have decrypted my phone, thru the noverity file. So when should i flash the noverity file, only in my last flashing of the custom rom?

I don't know, I have never worked with decrypted phones.

Can I use my google play games to login and use my game saves??
Lets say my Pubg account is linked to my google account and it needs google play games to be installed can I play pubg and sync the game so my progress is not lost?

I don't know, but I presume so if you install Google Play.
 

sting12345

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I don't know, I have never worked with decrypted phones.



I don't know, but I presume so if you install Google Play.

So this ROM which is perfect for me though I don't need root I'm assuming you can turn it off in dev settings. Is it SELinux enforcing and also fully encrypted. I hate having an unencrypted phone and a lot of even official roms are unencrypted for some reason. Thanks man this is badass and just what I was looking for.
 

WillowTree

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I appreciate your work :highfive:

I'm wondering if this ROM has any other features tham those written in OP, like most pf the other ROMs out there?

Looking for a reason to flash out of feature-heavyHavoc OS
 
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    LineageOS is a free, community built, aftermarket firmware distribution of Android 9 (Pie), which is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device.

    LineageOS is based on the Android Open Source Project with extra contributions from many people within the Android community. It can be used without any need to have any Google application installed. Linked below is a package that has come from another Android project that restore the Google parts. LineageOS does still include various hardware-specific code, which is also slowly being open-sourced anyway.

    All the source code for LineageOS is available in the LineageOS Github repo. And if you would like to contribute to LineageOS, please visit out Gerrit Code Review. You can also view the Changelog for a full list of changes & features.

    This build includes microG, a free and open implementation of the Google Play Services Framework. It allows applications calling proprietary Google APIs to run on AOSP-based ROMs like Replicant and LineageOS. Acting as a replacement for the closed-source Google Apps (GAPPS), it is a powerful tool to reclaim your privacy while enjoying Android core features such as Google Cloud Messaging.

    It also includes WireGuard, a next generation secure VPN tunnel for the Linux kernel, with modern yet conservative cryptography and simple design principles. It is meant as a replacement for OpenVPN and for IPsec, and generally has better performance and security characteristics than both. It also is much easier to use. The whitepaper was peer reviewed for NDSS17 and the protocol itself has been formally verified. Since it lives in the kernel, it not only is very fast, but it is able to integrate in clever ways that are quite nice for battery life and overall smoothness. There are already commercial VPN providers offering services using WireGuard, and it is very easy to run your own WireGuard servers as well.

    I probably won't do other types of builds unless somebody has a really terrific suggestion. These builds exists for my own convenience and I thought I'd share it with the XDA community where I've been lurking and leeching for years.

    Features
    • Embedded root (can be enabled in Developer Settings)
    • Restricted (system-only) signature spoofing
    • microG (FakeStore, GmsCore, GsfProxy, legacy mapsv1 implementation)
    • Mozilla Location Services + Nominatim for network-based location
    • FDroid (+Privileged Extension)
    • WireGuard-enabled LineageOS kernel
    • Monthly automagical OTA updates (signed builds, https)

    Reporting Bugs
    I just build using the latest official LineageOS (also see this thread), wireguard patch, TheMuppets proprietary files and microG prebuilts. Report any "regular" bugs to those threads and/or Git pages unless you're sure the problem is unique to these builds.

    Initial installation
    NOTE: TWRP gets replaced by the stock recovery every time you install a ROM zip. Either use fastboot to boot TWRP or flash the TWRP zip file every time after you flash a ROM zip.
    OnePlus firmware must be installed on your device on both A/B slots. Hence the instructions below tell you to flash OxygenOS twice.
    1. Wipe system, data and cache.
    2. Flash latest OxygenOS using TWRP.
    3. Reboot to TWRP
    4. Flash OxygenOS again using TWRP.
    5. Reboot to TWRP
    6. Flash the newest build using TWRP.
    7. Reboot to TWRP.
    8. Flash the newest build using TWRP again.
    9. Reboot and enjoy!
    OTA Updates
    For OTA updates, use the built-in Updater app. Everything should JustWork(TM) without any TWRP/recovery magic.

    Downloads
    https://lineage.darwinkel.net/builds/full
    Delta/partial updates are not supported.

    I recommend Aurora Store if you want to download and install apps from Google Play.
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    Hey all,

    While cleaning up my PC I managed to accidentally remove a file that is critical for the virtual machine file system. I have therefore lost my build script and signing keys. Big oof. On the positive side, it looks like the microG team has updated their cicd-docker build and I won't have to use my own custom hacky buildscript anymore. Sadly, because I lost my signing keys I will either have to create an unsigned migration build or a migration zip file. Will take a look at it sometime soon when I have time.
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    Well guys, take a look here: https://download.lineage.microg.org/enchilada/

    Looks like official support.
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    Hey all, am still alive. It's been a while since I last checked the XDA forums (turned off email notifications). I try to do monthly builds that include the respective security patches.
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    Is battery life comparable to stock?

    After installing the blu_spark kernel on this ROM with default configs, battery life has improved greatly for me.