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[STABLE] MSM Xtended XQ Release v13.0 OFFICIAL[Android 10.0] [October 9th, 2020]

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Jay_B

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Feb 5, 2012
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Code:
* Disclaimer 
* We're not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, 
* or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please do some research 
* if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
* before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
* you blame me in any way for what happens to your device, I will laugh at you.
* BOOM! goes the dynamite


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*** Ohh Really we need to introduce! ;). We team "MSM Xtended" are here with new era of Android. We have tried our best to blend it with all available options, features and stability of different ROMs in to one for better user experience.***




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HERE



If you like our work you can buy us a cup of coffee


*SuperDroidBond
*Jay_b





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Clean Flash
1. Be on the latest stable stock rom (12.0.1.0)
2. Make sure you're running latest TWRP
3. Boot into Recovery
4. Wipe system, data, cache and dalvik
5. Copy Xtended zip to your internal storage
6. Flash Xtended zip
7. Flash Gapps & Magisk (optional)
8. Reboot system
9. Setup Rom and #GetXtended.

Dirty Flash
1) Backup Everything (Most Important)
2. Boot into recovery
3. Flash Xtended.zip
5. Reboot to system and #GetXtended.

**If you fail to follow these instructions, please don't bother reporting any bugs**

**If you use Xposed, please don't bother reporting any bugs**

**If you use another kernel, please don't bother reporting any bugs**​



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We would like to give thanks to everyone in the Android community, big or small.

That said, we would like to Thank all These Teams for their contribution to the Open Source Community.


* LineageOS/Cyanogenmod
* GZOSP
* ColtOS Team & Specially @Rakesh.Batra
* OmniROM
* Nitrogen OS
* AICP
* crDroid
* DirtyUnicorns
* Screwd AOSP
* CypherOS
* Liquid Remix
* Benzo ROM
* BootLeggers ROM
* AOSP Extended ROM
* Syberia-Project
* PixelDust Project
* Pixel Experience


Special Thanks For Initial Developement & Hardwork (In No Special Order).
@MoonWayStar
@akhilnarang
@arter97
@TheDemon12
@Hard_Rock83
@jackeagle
All anyone and everyone I missed here!.

XDA:DevDB Information
MSM-Xtended for POCO X2, ROM for the Xiaomi Poco X2

Contributors
Jay_B, GtrCraft
Source Code: https://github.com/Project-Xtended

ROM OS Version: Android 10
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x
ROM Firmware Required: Unlocked Bootloader, Latest TWRP Recovery
Based On: LineageOS

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2020-04-18
Last Updated 2020-10-09
 
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burninitup

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Sep 18, 2013
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Nice one
Everything seems okay...
It feels smoother right now. Will update after a day usage again
Video recording still an issue though.

I have one more issue. It's the fingerprint sensor. When the display is unlocked and if i touch the fingerprint, something gets clicked on the screen.
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Ya_SG

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There is a bug where if you visit the Developers Options, the refresh rate automatically switches to 60Hz and then you have to switch it back to 120Hz in the device-specific settings.
 

Jay_B

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There is a bug where if you visit the Developers Options, the refresh rate automatically switches to 60Hz and then you have to switch it back to 120Hz in the device-specific settings.
Yes, because when the device is not using much resources or does not need that refresh rate it always defaults to 60 because that saves battery.
 

burninitup

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The device is not going into deep sleep.
 

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Ya_SG

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Yes, because when the device is not using much resources or does not need that refresh rate it always defaults to 60 because that saves battery.
No I’m saying that. If I visit Developers Options while the 120Hz on, the refresh rate automatically switches to 60Hz and it never switches back to 120Hz by itself even if I exit the Developers Options.
 

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