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[STABLE] [12.0] Official Pixel Experience 12 - OnePlus 5 & 5T [DUMPLING + CHEESEBURGER]

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xLexip

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Android 12 for the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T

Monthly Updated







BUILD STATUS: STABLE, OFFICIAL

ROM OS VERSION:
Android 12.0
SECURITY PATCH LEVEL: Monthly Updated

BUILD AUTHOR / MAINTAINER: xLexip

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Spl1tz

Member
Sep 13, 2011
36
9
Realme GT Neo 2
Works well on my device. Nice job.
Question
Navigation button swap not available? Can't seem to find the settings for it.
I'm right handed and having the back button on the right feels more comfortable for me.
EDIT: workaround down at post 12.
 
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xLexip

Senior Member
Works well on my device. Nice job.
Question
Navigation button swap not available? Can't seem to find the settings for it.
I'm right handed and having the back button on the right feels more comfortable for me.

Omg. Thank God I read this. I also use "swap button" feature to back button in right.

I rather wait.
I'll reading changelog.

Instresting project. Thank you for doing this. ♥️

You guys should be able to swap the button manually by writing an 1 or 0 into the following file. Root required.

 

Spl1tz

Member
Sep 13, 2011
36
9
Realme GT Neo 2
You guys should be able to swap the button manually by writing an 1 or 0 into the following file. Root required.

Hero!
That did it. Thank you very much, my man.

For the less technical inclined the location of the file is in "root/proc/s1302"
Open "key_rep" with a text editor and change "0" to "1".
It's literally just a number in there.
Will work once you save. No restart needed.
 

istir

Member
Aug 28, 2018
28
11
Any way to disable hardware buttons and enable software/gestures for OP5?

EDIT: A way to do so (mostly for me to not forget again in 2 years, but if you want to do so I don't take any responsibility for your device):
1. Reboot to recovery
2. Mount /system
3. Connect to PC,
Code:
adb devices
to check if everything's connected correctly
4.
Code:
adb /system/system/build.prop
5. Add at the bottom of the file (it's probably in %homepath%):
Code:
ro.show.navigationbar=yes
qemu.hw.mainkeys=0
6.
Code:
adb push .\build.prop /system/system/build.prop
7. Boot to system
8. To remap keys use some free apps from play store

Why recovery and adb and not a file explorer app? For me I didn't have write permissions so I just did a thing
 
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