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Xperia Z5 & Note 3 Exynos AOSP group for updates and new builds
dotOS is an Android Rom which focuses on performance and stability. Our aim is to enable a user to extract as much juice as possible and get most out of his/her device.
Initially started by Mohan CM and later joined by Ganesh, Sam, Kuber, Iacob and Hari. Together we stand strong.
Stability and Performance
Lagfree with High Performance Results
Perfect Interface for every User
Enhanced default apps
Redesigned settings and QS panel
Full OMS support
Colour Engine Support
* Clock Customisation
* Battery Customisation
* Quick Pulldown
* QS Tiles Customisation
* Advanced Quick Setting Easy Toggles
* Volume Key Cursor Control
* Wake on Plug
* Pocket Detection
* Accidental Touch
* Fingerprint Tweaks
* Powermenu Tweaks
* Double tap 2 sleep anywhere
* Lockscreen Media Customisation
* Blur Screen Lockscreen
* Clear all Button
* Immersive Recents
* Show Memory Bar
* On screen navigation Bar tweaks
* Home Button tweaks
* Menu Button tweaks
* Back Button tweaks
* Power Button tweaks
* Volume Buttons tweaks
* Advanced Reboot
* Disable Force Close
* ScreenShot Tweaks
* Camera Shutter Sound
Download the latest build and GApps
Reboot to recovery
Make NAndroid backup (Not Necessary)
Wipe System, Data, Cache , Dalvik
Flash the latest build and GApps
And all other open source Devs/Teams.
Mohan CM - dotOS Founder/Lead Dev./Contributor
Ganesh Varma - Lead Dev./Contributor/Maintainer
Kuber Sharma - Contributor/Designer/Analyst
Sam Grande - Contributor/Designer/Maintainer
Iacob Ionut - Contributor/Designer/Maintainer
Hari Ambadi - Contributor/Core GFX/ Lead Designer
As soon as the problem occurs, take a logcat!
A "LogCat" is for debugging applications / Android system. When applications / Android crash the output the "explanation" for the crash, the Exception Stacktrace, to a Log. This log can be saved and help developers to fix the crash.
What is it supposed to do?
It will help to solve your questions, if your asked for a LogCat it is always useful.
How can I get a LogCat?
Linux, Windows or Mac USB cable for your device Android Device
Install your device driver for using adb. Everything you need will you find here Download adb executable for your OS (Download: Windows | Linux | Mac). Paste it somewhere. Connect your android device. Verify if "Settings > Developer options > USB debugging" is checked, if not, simply check it. Open a command prompt (windows) or terminal (linux / mac). How to do it: On Windows: windows + r > enter "cmd" (without quotes) > click enter | On Linux: You don't know how to open a terminal? LOL | On Mac: Type Terminal into Spotlight and open it CD to the directory where the adb executable is located. On Windows: Go to the directory where you downloaded the adb executable, Shift+Right Click and select "Open Console" (or similar) | On Linux / Mac: Rightclick in the directory and select "Open Terminal here" (or simply CD into the directory) Type in your cmd/terminal: adb devices to verify your device is properly connected. If your device is properly selected, type in adb logcat to show the mighty and magic logcat aka stacktrace. Reproduce your error (or whatever) on your device. Right after, paste the whole cmd / terminal window into a paste-service like http://pastebin.com/ and send it to us.
DotOS v1.2, ROM for the Sony Xperia Z5
orkuncoskun, Letzen, HaoZeke
Source Code: https://github.com/DotOS
ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.10.x
Based On: LineageOS
Current Stable Version: v1.2
Stable Release Date: 2018-03-01
Last Updated 2018-03-02