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[ROM][UNOFFICIAL][Oreo&Pie] AICP Nexus 5 [Hammerhead][10FEB2019][MONTHLY]

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KiD3991

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Hey Guys, this is a private build I use for myself because I enjoy building for Nexus devices.
I'll update the post to look fancier later when I feel like it but I personally like it simple.

Standard Disclaimer: I am not responsible for bricked device and/or device going thermonuclear.

PS: I test builds on my own device before posting, you are on your own if you flash builds not highlighted.
Also PS: What doesn't work in LOS 15.1 like BT call, shouldn't work here too. I don't have BT devices so I can't test this out.

Drive Link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TtjX43GVnKaxiVgNBfxtyECUZ-BpN6zo

INSTRUCTIONS

Clean Flash
Download The ROM & GApps (pick latest one in drive, I use opengapps)
Wipe: System, Data, Dalvik, Cache
Flash ROM + GApps (I use pico)
Reboot & Enjoy

Dirty Flash
Download the ROM
Wipe: Dalvik and Cache
Flash ROM (+Magisk if rooted previously or if want root)
Reboot & Enjoy

Credits to @PRO>KOMP.< for the tutorial on how to install and benchmarks.
Very nice rom. I made little video how to install this rom and little review and benchmark.

Here is link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fyz6UCAgJ0

Sources:
https://github.com/KiDwayne/android_device_lge_hammerhead
https://github.com/KiDwayne/android_kernel_lge_hammerhead
 
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KiD3991

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Now going PIE versions??? But Oreo????
Can you please send a screenshots or short video? So that will helpful to flashing.

Hey, I'll be supporting for both but PIE is still in Alpha testing phase.
Thus far oreo works best for me.
Flashing should be pretty straightforward. I don't think I'll be posting any screenshots on flashing instructions. Mostly if I will its just the about phone section, but if you have anything you can definitely ask or even PM me.
 

sudar0489

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after flashing one day review:
Suggestions:
1. There is no keyboard, so i have installed manually.
2. APN settings have to type manually.
3. Battery drains very fast.
4. I have installed Lawnchair v2 apk, it is better than Trebuchet.

Good things:
1. Good and smooth experience
2. Direct Home button animation is awesome (without options to select)
3. Don't find any new difference.
 
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KiD3991

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after flashing one day review:
Suggestions:
1. There is no keyboard, so i have installed manually.
2. APN settings have to type manually.
3. Battery drains very fast.
4. I have installed Lawnchair v2 apk, it is better than Trebuchet.

Good things:
1. Good and smooth experience
2. Direct Home button animation is awesome (without options to select)
3. Don't find any new difference.

Go for PIE. In Oreo the keyboard was messed up on the building side. I rebuilt but have not tested
 
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mathexa

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Pie is working overall well,only NFC is not detected.

Hi! I tested Pie on my Nexus 5: everything is working well,I'm really impressed. But the NFC is not detected,it should be present in the settings but it is missing. In my previous Pie based on AOSP the NFC was detected. Overall it is a very stable ROM.Thanks.
 
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ijuarez

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Offline Google Assistant ?

Great ROM. Thanks for taking the time to build it.

Could anyone try to use Google Assistant while Offline?
I'm on the latest Pie build and it's not working.

Also Online works fine to start applications (e.g. Google music) but then fails to control them (e.g. skip song)
 
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mathexa

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dahawthorne

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Quick question - I'm just curious. All the other Pie ROMs (well, most) demand that the system partition size be increased, but this one doesn't. It does take a long time to boot - maybe that's in some way related? But everything works fine - for my purposes, anyway.
Kudos to @KiD3991 not only for the continued N5 support but also for making the Pie upgrade simple.
Edit: So my question is - why does this ROM not need a larger system partition?
 
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