General [SHARED] LineageOS 18.1 | UNOFFICIAL | Android 11 Updated: 04/12/22

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Airsh0t

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Do somebody know how I can fix this?

The app is Network Signal Guru
 

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After trying several Android 12 ROMs in the past few days, this ROM just feels like magic! Gone are the HUGE letters and wasteful whitespace everywhere. Gone are the dull color schemes. Everything looks crisp & sharp! My phone feels like a serious piece of tech again, and blazing fast! Thanks @NeoArian.

@rayman95 I flashed the boot and the vendor_boot images to the partitions with the same name, instead of to boot_ab and vendor_boot_ab as you suggested, and everything seems to work fine. What's the difference?
 
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icantlogin

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Well, to answer my own question, after some research: specifying boot_ab as the partition to flash will flash both boot_a and boot_b. Leaving _ab out will only flash the active slot, i.e. either _a or _b. I guess this might be a problem when the phone boots from the other slot after an OTA update..? Instructions for other ROMs I flashed never included the _ab part, but I can see how it might be relevant now. (All this applies to vendor_boot too.)
 

icantlogin

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Does anyone know how to build this ROM? Since most ROMs have moved on to Android 12 I don't expect new releases coming from the dev so I'd like to build it myself with the most recent security patches (and while I'm at it, properly signed).

Based on my notes on building LineageOS 14.1 for some unsupported device in the past, after syncing the LineageOS source code to my build environment, I need to create a file android/lineage/.repo/local_manifests/renoir.xml to point to the device specific code. So far what I've put in there is:
XML:
<manifest>
<remote  name="renoir"
fetch="https://github.com/renoir-development" />

<project name="android_device_xiaomi_renoir" path="device/xiaomi/renoir" remote="renoir" />
<project name="android_kernel_xiaomi_sm8350" path="kernel/xiaomi/sm8350" remote="renoir" />
<project name="android_device_xiaomi_sm8350-common" path="device/xiaomi/sm8350-common" remote="renoir" />
</manifest>

I think I'm missing a link to vendor files in here, something like android_vendor_xiaomi_renoir, but there is no such repository on the renoir-development github.

The build fails soon after starting with:
error: device/xiaomi/sm8350-common/fod/Android.bp:16:1: "[email protected]i_sm8350" depends on undefined module "//hardware/xia omi:[email protected]"

The LineageOS wiki contains instructions on extracting proprietary blobs from a device which is already running the LOS ROM you want to build, so I've tried this (you run a script called extract-files.sh over adb-as-root) but it throws a warning file not found in source for most files.

I might be missing an entry in renoir.xml or I might be doing something else entirely wrong. I'm mostly following instructions and don't properly understand what I'm doing. Can anyone help?
 

sudomaso

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Hello,

i see the update from April which i can download through settings-->update.

is it possible to update this way or need to flash like first time??
 

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    First I'm not the developper of this rom and just share it here
    credits go to @NeoArian


    Be aware that it's a provisory thread and the dev will create his own when he decide the rom is ready....

    LineageOS is a free, community built, aftermarket firmware distribution of Android 11, 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. You will need to provide your own Google Applications package (gapps). LineageOS does still include various hardware-specific code, which is also slowly being open-sourced anyway.

    Base source code is available in the LineageOS Github repo. And if you would like to contribute to the project, please visit our Gerrit Code Review.

    #LineageOS #Unofficial #R #ROM #Renoir
    LineageOS 18.1 | UNOFFICIAL | Android 11
    Updated: 06/11/'21

    🔹 Download (https://sourceforge.net/projects/ep...1/lineage-18.1-20220412-UNOFFICIAL-renoir.zip)
    🔹 Changelogs & Flashing Guide

    (https://drive.google.com/file/d/13rLVqeowVTRWivrpgenl-7k60r7tVB66/view?usp=sharing)Notes:
    • Images for flashing can be found here

    Credits and thanks to @NeoArian

    Installation Instructions:
    • Lineage Os Installation:
      1- Install LOS Recovery: With the phone in FASTBOOT mode in the Platform-tool folder and the necessary files, open the CMD
      2- Next we place in the window: fastboot flash boot_ab boot.img and then fastboot flash vendor_boot_ab vendor_boot.img to finish fastboot reboot recovery
      3- The cell phone will restart in recovery mode with LOS recovery already installed (it is managed with the volume and power keys)
      4- Perform Format Data (do not restart again)
      5- Give Apply Update and then Apply Update from SDcard1 and look for the ROM
      6- Then Reboot System Now (WILL INITIATE THE ROM)
      7- Force restart in recovery to install Gapps (PICO Recommended)
      8- Apply Update, Apply update from SDcard1 choose the gapps
      9 Reboot System Now and enjoy XD

    ALTERNATIVE WAY OF FLASHING THE ROM see post 2


    Link for the boot.img too big for being attached here, look my AFH



    first custom rom for our device.....enjoy...



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    signature spoofing is possible with last update and before....
    here are the files you have to flash with magisk and reboot...
    1st sppof and microG
    its from HERE
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    first custom rom for our device.....enjoy...
    @rayman95

    I've edited the OP of your thread and removed the reference to Telegram from it. As an exemption from the last bullet of rule no. 5 of the XDA Forum Rules, we grant only developers the privilege to share references to their social media in their own development threads. These conditions obviously don't apply to your thread or you. Please refrain from sharing of social media in future.

    Additionally, I've added a tag [SHARED] to the thread title to clearly indicate already in the title that it's not your development. Please do not remove this tag.

    Thanks for your cooperation!

    Regards
    Oswald Boelcke
    Senior Moderator
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    New build available!
    🏗️ Project: lineage-18.1
    📱 Device: renoir

    Build stats
    ⌛️ Time: 00:21:06
    🗣️ User: arian
    💻 Host: home

    Thanks to @NeoArian


    Download

    Lineage 18.1 Renoir
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    I'm im still deciding to flash or not to flash custom rom on my phone
    But can someone explain it to me how to do it? I mean I know how to flash rom but I cant find simple steps for flashing.
    I'm currently on stock MIUI, didnt touched anything?
    What are steps for me? For what I can understand
    1. Unlock bootloader
    2. steps from: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13rLVqeowVTRWivrpgenl-7k60r7tVB66/view
    Is that it or am I missing something in between?
    You forget to activate Dev option before flash, then you can go
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    After trying several Android 12 ROMs in the past few days, this ROM just feels like magic! Gone are the HUGE letters and wasteful whitespace everywhere. Gone are the dull color schemes. Everything looks crisp & sharp! My phone feels like a serious piece of tech again, and blazing fast! Thanks @NeoArian.

    @rayman95 I flashed the boot and the vendor_boot images to the partitions with the same name, instead of to boot_ab and vendor_boot_ab as you suggested, and everything seems to work fine. What's the difference?