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[ROM][WT88047][P][9.0][UNOFFICIAL] OmniROM [ARM/ARM64][DISCONTINUED]

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Rahif M

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Aug 2, 2016
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Kochi
Redmi 2/WT88047 OmniROM PIE 9.0

DOWNLOAD BUILD-28/12/2019 (ARM)
DOWNLOAD BUILD-05/01/2020 (ARM64)

RELEASES:
====================
18/08/19
====================
* Initial release
* Omni upstream as of 18/08

====================
25/08/19
====================
* Selinux enforcing
* Added Dirac support from MIUI
* ZRAM 4.18 backport from a6k kernel
* Fixed the janky flashlight toggle

====================
10/09/19
====================
* Initial ARM64 release
(Thanks to @Cecell3000 for his ARM64 works
and @karthik km for fixing RIL)

====================
28/12/19 - ARM | 05/01/2020 - ARM64
====================
* Fixed VoLTE
* Updated GPS HAL to A6020
* Omni upstream as of 28/12
(looks like the pie branch is no longer updated and is deprecated, maybe its time to discontinue omni pie)

REQUIREMENTS TO SUCCESSFULLY FLASH OMNIROM:
1. TWRP obviously (Use Cecell's ARM64 TWRP)
2. Latest device firmware (WT86047 | WT88047)
3. Repart /system to at least 1.5GB
(Go HERE to resize system partition)

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Reboot device to TWRP
2. Wipe everything except internal and external storage
3. Flash the ROM zip file
4. Flash the 3Expand-filesystem zip file (Available HERE)
5. (Optional) Flash a gapps package
6. Reboot device to system

CURRENT ISSUES:
* You tell me!?

SOURCES:
Device tree (ARM | ARM64)
Common tree (ARM | ARM64)
Kernel sauce (ARM | ARM64)
Vendor (ARM | ARM64)

BUG REPORTS:
REPORT BUGS ONLY IF
- AFTER A CLEAN INSTALL
- USING STOCK KERNEL
- NO MODS OF ANY SORT

OMNI GERRIT REVIEW:
https://gerrit.omnirom.org/

DISCLAIMER:
No one is responsible for any damage done to your device but YOU. You've been warned.

XDA:DevDB Information
OmniROM, ROM for the Xiaomi Redmi 2

Contributors
Rahif M
Source Code: http://github.com/omnirom

ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x

Version Information
Status: Testing

Created 2019-08-18
Last Updated 2020-01-17
 

thonipublic

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That's weird, can u provide recovery logs pls?
also did you follow the flash procedure correctly?
flash rom.zip+expandfs.zip and then gapps?

Successfully flash the rom after resize /system partition to 1.75 gb.

Thanks, for this smooth rom :good:
 

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conspibro

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I am not able to flash and boot into the ARM64 TWRP recovery. It'd just hang at the logo. Meanwhile, the normal TWRP (3.3.1.0) works fine. Am I missing something?

I have a 2014817 1GB variant. Could it be misdetecting as a 2GB instead?


Edit: Figured it out
 
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conspibro

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Sep 13, 2019
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Managed to get it working by flashing latest MM firmware and then the 64bit TWRP. However, it gets stuck at Google Verifying Account page during setup. I can't get past it even using my own accounts to log in. Anyone else has this issue or knows how to get past this?

Edit: Never mind figured out to boot up first time and then flash Open GApps
 
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nadimhd

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Managed to get it working by flashing latest MM firmware and then the 64bit TWRP. However, it gets stuck at Google Verifying Account page during setup. I can't get past it even using my own accounts to log in. Anyone else has this issue or knows how to get past this?

Edit: Never mind figured out to boot up first time and then flash Open GApps
MM firmware? WTF!? ?
 
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DarkXonline

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Oct 11, 2015
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For you information, the instruction isn't that clear. It pretty much take me one day to make it work
here's how I do it

1. Reboot device to TWRP
2. Flash 1Resize-System-Redmi2 zip (can be found at 3rd requirement link)
3. Resize to 1.75 gb
4. Wipe everything except internal and external storage
5. Flash the ROM zip file
6. Flash the 3Expand-filesystem zip file
7. Flash MindTheGapps gapps package (Don't use opengapps it causes bootloop)
8. Reboot device to system

Hope it helps you!
 

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    Redmi 2/WT88047 OmniROM PIE 9.0

    DOWNLOAD BUILD-28/12/2019 (ARM)
    DOWNLOAD BUILD-05/01/2020 (ARM64)

    RELEASES:
    ====================
    18/08/19
    ====================
    * Initial release
    * Omni upstream as of 18/08

    ====================
    25/08/19
    ====================
    * Selinux enforcing
    * Added Dirac support from MIUI
    * ZRAM 4.18 backport from a6k kernel
    * Fixed the janky flashlight toggle

    ====================
    10/09/19
    ====================
    * Initial ARM64 release
    (Thanks to @Cecell3000 for his ARM64 works
    and @karthik km for fixing RIL)

    ====================
    28/12/19 - ARM | 05/01/2020 - ARM64
    ====================
    * Fixed VoLTE
    * Updated GPS HAL to A6020
    * Omni upstream as of 28/12
    (looks like the pie branch is no longer updated and is deprecated, maybe its time to discontinue omni pie)

    REQUIREMENTS TO SUCCESSFULLY FLASH OMNIROM:
    1. TWRP obviously (Use Cecell's ARM64 TWRP)
    2. Latest device firmware (WT86047 | WT88047)
    3. Repart /system to at least 1.5GB
    (Go HERE to resize system partition)

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
    1. Reboot device to TWRP
    2. Wipe everything except internal and external storage
    3. Flash the ROM zip file
    4. Flash the 3Expand-filesystem zip file (Available HERE)
    5. (Optional) Flash a gapps package
    6. Reboot device to system

    CURRENT ISSUES:
    * You tell me!?

    SOURCES:
    Device tree (ARM | ARM64)
    Common tree (ARM | ARM64)
    Kernel sauce (ARM | ARM64)
    Vendor (ARM | ARM64)

    BUG REPORTS:
    REPORT BUGS ONLY IF
    - AFTER A CLEAN INSTALL
    - USING STOCK KERNEL
    - NO MODS OF ANY SORT

    OMNI GERRIT REVIEW:
    https://gerrit.omnirom.org/

    DISCLAIMER:
    No one is responsible for any damage done to your device but YOU. You've been warned.

    XDA:DevDB Information
    OmniROM, ROM for the Xiaomi Redmi 2

    Contributors
    Rahif M
    Source Code: http://github.com/omnirom

    ROM OS Version: 9.x Pie
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x

    Version Information
    Status: Testing

    Created 2019-08-18
    Last Updated 2020-01-17
    3
    For you information, the instruction isn't that clear. It pretty much take me one day to make it work
    here's how I do it

    1. Reboot device to TWRP
    2. Flash 1Resize-System-Redmi2 zip (can be found at 3rd requirement link)
    3. Resize to 1.75 gb
    4. Wipe everything except internal and external storage
    5. Flash the ROM zip file
    6. Flash the 3Expand-filesystem zip file
    7. Flash MindTheGapps gapps package (Don't use opengapps it causes bootloop)
    8. Reboot device to system

    Hope it helps you!
    2
    How?? I also have same problem,, after i instal any 64bit Twrp ,it just stuck on the logo.. Can you tell me how to Fix it??..
    Using back to 32bit twrp that i use normaly it works....
    If your device is 1 GB variant and migrating from Miui, I guess It's due to kitkat firmware. It's happened to me before. Always do flash lolipop firmware before installing 64 bit twrp. Download
    1
    I am not able to flash and boot into the ARM64 TWRP recovery. It'd just hang at the logo. Meanwhile, the normal TWRP (3.3.1.0) works fine. Am I missing something?

    I have a 2014817 1GB variant. Could it be misdetecting as a 2GB instead?


    Edit: Figured it out
    1
    How?? I also have same problem,, after i instal any 64bit Twrp ,it just stuck on the logo.. Can you tell me how to Fix it??..
    Using back to 32bit twrp that i use normaly it works....
    From my later post, which is also struck out:
    Managed to get it working by flashing latest MM firmware and then the 64bit TWRP