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[ROM][UNOFFICIAL][ONE-OFF BUILD] crDroid 4.4 Hammerhead

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DiamondJohn

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All the blah blah about "as is", you being responsible for what you choose to do and do to your device, no guarantees implied nor stated... And all the usual to install. I wont be paying much attention to bugs, however, PLEASE post them as you find them to let others know what they can expect.

This build is a ONE-OFF and you should look at the original thread by @Krizthian for possible future builds. https://forum.xda-developers.com/google-nexus-5/development/rom-crdroid-v4-0-google-nexus-5-t3767591

Special thanks to @haze_nme who provided the device and kernel for without which this build would not be possible. Please visit his post and give the thanks button a BIG slap! https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=76807742&postcount=315

Of course, thanks to the crDroid team for providing the ROM source itself; and making it so easy to build using LineageOS device trees.:good:

Changes from the default source:
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[FONT="Verdana"]	Added the MiXplorer [url]https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1523691[/url]
		I got the OK first too include in my unofficial ROMs that I build, visit the forum, they are very helpful for this VERY powerful file explorer. [url]https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1523691[/url]
		You can thank @HootanParsa for building it, and letting me include it:good: Be sure to share some thanks.

	Switched over to the ResurrectionRemox launcher. I had issues with the default launcher in crDroid. Also on another device, and I think I have read some other users had the same on even more devices.
	
	Vinyl Music Player and removed crDroid music.
		It has more features but is based off the same original app in crDroid. Including a dark theme!
				Just to be polite I checked with the dev to get his ok, even though its open source. It can also be fund on F-Droid

	OmniClock replaces the standard deskclock. Sourced from OmniROM, so a big thanks to them. It has a nicer dark skinn also.
[/FONT]
I have only done a rudimentary test on it. I flashed PICO Gapps, and there aint much room left in the system partition.

Source: https://github.com/crdroidandroid
Device: https://github.com/hazenme/android_device_lge_hammerhead
Kernel: https://github.com/hazenme/android_kernel_lge_hammerhead
Vendor: https://github.com/TheMuppets/proprietary_vendor_lge

You can download this build, and flash at your own risk, from:
crDroidAndroid-8.1-20180614-hammerhead-v4.4-DiamondJohnDroid.zip

MD5: 25e05c3f02d34968f308ac6b4ad32b8b
 

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DiamondJohn

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Thank you so much for taking this project, I'm waiting for updates ;)
I wouldnt be too grateful, it was a one-off build of a secondary/spare device I have. While I await updates to my daily devices' kernel and device tree;)
This build is a ONE-OFF and you should look at the original thread by @Krizthian for possible future builds. https://forum.xda-developers.com/google-nexus-5/development/rom-crdroid-v4-0-google-nexus-5-t3767591
...snip....
Special thanks to @haze_nme who provided the device and kernel for without which this build would not be possible. Please visit his post and give the thanks button a BIG slap! https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=76807742&postcount=315
...snip....
Source: https://github.com/crdroidandroid
Device: https://github.com/hazenme/android_device_lge_hammerhead
Kernel: https://github.com/hazenme/android_kernel_lge_hammerhead
Vendor: https://github.com/TheMuppets/proprietary_vendor_lge
Maybe I too should be looking at the commits made into @Hazenmetrees to possibly see what needs to be done against my actual device.:eek:
 

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I wouldnt be too grateful, it was a one-off build of a secondary/spare device I have. While I await updates to my daily devices' kernel and device tree;)
Maybe I too should be looking at the commits made into @Hazenmetrees to possibly see what needs to be done against my actual device.:eek:

Oreo for RAZR M perhaps?
:eek: That'd be quite the display if you could get that to work, assuming that is still your daily device. I have an N5 spare as well, but the WiFi chip broke : (
 
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4.4 is working like a champ here. Many thanks. Tried to install ElementalX 9.02 but it wouldn't take. Will investigate further soon.
 

DiamondJohn

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Oreo for RAZR M perhaps?
:eek: That'd be quite the display if you could get that to work, assuming that is still your daily device. I have an N5 spare as well, but the WiFi chip broke : (
Cast your mind back. My Razr is dead!:mad: Upgrading the kernel (and the device tree) is a big task. We were very lucky for Nougat, as the XT897 was pretty damn close and it had an official LOS build. ie the device tree and kernel were basically ready to kang. As far as I know, there is no official Oreo for the xt897 and therefore, unless you spend the time and effort, there is no Oreo for the xt907/xt905/xt926 etc etc.

For now I use and build for an GT-i9506 as my daily, and I also have an N5 as a "spare", which is half dead (mic is flakey which makes a phonee useless). I build for the N5 as "practice" for the S4, and I shared the results here, as I saw the current builds were quite old; [sarcasm]and I'm such a nice guy;)[/sarcasm]
 

Galaxyninja66

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Cast your mind back. My Razr is dead!:mad: Upgrading the kernel (and the device tree) is a big task. We were very lucky for Nougat, as the XT897 was pretty damn close and it had an official LOS build. ie the device tree and kernel were basically ready to kang. As far as I know, there is no official Oreo for the xt897 and therefore, unless you spend the time and effort, there is no Oreo for the xt907/xt905/xt926 etc etc.

For now I use and build for an GT-i9506 as my daily, and I also have an N5 as a "spare", which is half dead (mic is flakey which makes a phonee useless). I build for the N5 as "practice" for the S4, and I shared the results here, as I saw the current builds were quite old; [sarcasm]and I'm such a nice guy;)[/sarcasm]

Hmmm... messed up Nexus 5 you say... maybe we can trade mother boards via mail?
eh who am I kidding my Nexus 5 is worthless to me, the modem still works making it's purpose as a backup phone fulfilled
 
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    All the blah blah about "as is", you being responsible for what you choose to do and do to your device, no guarantees implied nor stated... And all the usual to install. I wont be paying much attention to bugs, however, PLEASE post them as you find them to let others know what they can expect.

    This build is a ONE-OFF and you should look at the original thread by @Krizthian for possible future builds. https://forum.xda-developers.com/google-nexus-5/development/rom-crdroid-v4-0-google-nexus-5-t3767591

    Special thanks to @haze_nme who provided the device and kernel for without which this build would not be possible. Please visit his post and give the thanks button a BIG slap! https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=76807742&postcount=315

    Of course, thanks to the crDroid team for providing the ROM source itself; and making it so easy to build using LineageOS device trees.:good:

    Changes from the default source:
    Code:
    [FONT="Verdana"]	Added the MiXplorer [url]https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1523691[/url]
    		I got the OK first too include in my unofficial ROMs that I build, visit the forum, they are very helpful for this VERY powerful file explorer. [url]https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1523691[/url]
    		You can thank @HootanParsa for building it, and letting me include it:good: Be sure to share some thanks.
    
    	Switched over to the ResurrectionRemox launcher. I had issues with the default launcher in crDroid. Also on another device, and I think I have read some other users had the same on even more devices.
    	
    	Vinyl Music Player and removed crDroid music.
    		It has more features but is based off the same original app in crDroid. Including a dark theme!
    				Just to be polite I checked with the dev to get his ok, even though its open source. It can also be fund on F-Droid
    
    	OmniClock replaces the standard deskclock. Sourced from OmniROM, so a big thanks to them. It has a nicer dark skinn also.
    [/FONT]
    I have only done a rudimentary test on it. I flashed PICO Gapps, and there aint much room left in the system partition.

    Source: https://github.com/crdroidandroid
    Device: https://github.com/hazenme/android_device_lge_hammerhead
    Kernel: https://github.com/hazenme/android_kernel_lge_hammerhead
    Vendor: https://github.com/TheMuppets/proprietary_vendor_lge

    You can download this build, and flash at your own risk, from:
    crDroidAndroid-8.1-20180614-hammerhead-v4.4-DiamondJohnDroid.zip

    MD5: 25e05c3f02d34968f308ac6b4ad32b8b
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    I wouldnt be too grateful, it was a one-off build of a secondary/spare device I have. While I await updates to my daily devices' kernel and device tree;)
    Maybe I too should be looking at the commits made into @Hazenmetrees to possibly see what needs to be done against my actual device.:eek:

    Oreo for RAZR M perhaps?
    :eek: That'd be quite the display if you could get that to work, assuming that is still your daily device. I have an N5 spare as well, but the WiFi chip broke : (
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