[SM-t50] [STABLE] Crdroid 6.x [Official] [Faceunlock]

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May 18, 2015
SM-T580 GTAXLWIFI ONLY (no cellular)


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crDroid is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device also attempting to bringing many of the best features existent today


Flashing Instructions:


First time installation:
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  • Flash twrp
  • Wipe Data System Cache Dalvik
  • Format Data
  • Install ROM and Nano GAPSS
  • Flash magisk after first boot

ROM: https://github.com/crdroidandroid

ROM https://crdroid.net/gtaxlwifi
Changelog: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/crdroidandroid/android_vendor_crDroidOTA/10.0/changelog_gtaxlwifi.txt

Known issues:
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May 25, 2020
But i always call by my tablet. And it is issue of this build. Crdroid 5.x not have this issue.

All versions of Android 10 are not stable yet, you can downgrade to 9 very stable

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But i always call by my tablet. And it is issue of this build. Crdroid 5.x not have this issue.

You can try this version of Android 9 very stable and always get updates


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Apr 19, 2013
is not working

I follow every step and the rom isnt working for me. i get a bootlop everytime, even with the new version 20200601

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Senior Member
Aug 22, 2017
Making progress!

Is there a way to get through the set-up process without setting up face-recognition? There's an option to disable the camera for face-recognition, but that just gets me a boot-animation loop. I can't find any way to get through the set-up without enabling and setting up face-recognition. Not sure how that's supposed to work for people who have a medical condition that doesn't let them open both eyes; or a device with a selfie-camera that's not working properly.

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Senior Member
Aug 22, 2017
Having a few problems with the device rebooting itself, and/or booting up and getting stuck on the boot-animation.

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When powering on, the device usually puts itself into airplane-mode. This is especially odd, since sometimes it shows that wifi and/or bluetooth are turned on; they're not working, but the toggle-icons are "lit up".

Also, I would expect that toggling wifi and/or bluetooth would turn airplane-mode off, but it doesn't.

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Senior Member
Aug 22, 2017
Settings → crDroid Settings → Lock Screen → Battery Info (enabled)

Charging current always shows "0mA"

GSam is showing ≈400mA charging current.

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Settings → crDroid Settings → User Interface → Weather service

Do I need a OWM key to use this? I've got an older version of cdDroid and it lets me pick between Yahoo and OWM weather information providers.

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There's no "Lock screen message"?

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Senior Member
Aug 22, 2017
I keep turning on the device, either from a cold-boot, reboot, or waking it up, and the wifi has turned itself off. Turning on the wifi (or just now, watching it turn itself on) more often than not results in spontaneous reboot, usually/always with the boot animation just running indefinitely.

To escape from the boot animation, VOL_DOWN-HOME-PWR to get to a blank screen, then release the buttons. This seems to consistently result on a proper boot… After which the wifi may or may not turn on.

Same problems in safe-mode.

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Senior Member
Aug 22, 2017
This is kinda useless and frustrating:
  1. turning wifi on immediately reboots the device
  2. after rebooting, the boot-animation just loops indefinitely
  3. I have to hold VOL_DOWN-HOME-PWR to break the loop
  4. After the device boots up, go back to step #1

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