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[ROM][6.0.1][E6853/E6803] Resurrection Remix MM - Sony Xperia Z5P [ALPHA][UNOFFICIAL]

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By zacharias.maladroit, Recognized Developer on 26th April 2016, 07:19 PM
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Here's something for you guys to play around with,

the thread will be beautified and completed later.

Now the bare minimum has to suffice

this ROM includes a Wakelock Blocker and a Doze Powersave called feature to make sure your device really sleeps well

So: no Greenify, Amplify, PowerNap, etc. are needed.

From my observation the idle battery consumption is somewhat higher compared to AOSP and CM13 - but still pretty low

In addition it has several goodies from quite a lot other ROMs


List of all Releases:

CyanogenMod based Custom ROMs -> Resurrection Remix

Latest recommended CyanogenMod release for the Sony Xperia Z5 E6853/E6803 :

Latest recommended Kernel for the CM release for the Sony Xperia Z5 E6653/E6603 :
SunKernel II.1_2 for ResurrectionRemix-M-v5.6.7-20160426 for the Z5P

For Instructions on how to install, etc.
Please take a look at the CyanogenMod 13 Thread (same ROM base):

Source Code:

ROM OS Version: 6.0.x Marshmallow
ROM Firmware Required: 6.0 Recommended
Based On: CyanogenMod

Version Information
Status: Alpha

Created 2016-04-26
Last Updated 2016-06-29
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26th April 2016, 07:20 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by Kernel Changelog/Features (II.1_2)

  • upstream sonyxperiadev sync - mmc (deferred resume) fixes
  • upstream sonyxperiadev sync - added proper support for replacement display panels
  • exfat driver
  • thermal and hotplug fixes
  • LED notification indicator changes color when battery is really full (thanks to @Tommy-Geenexus )
  • hardware wakelock switches (modem, wifi, bluetooth)
  • backlight calculation improvement
  • fixes for compiler-caused issues & instabilities
  • vmalloc improvements (less memory fragmentation, more reliability in the long-term)
  • vmscan improvements (better reliability when swap/zram is disabled; less thrashing)
  • cfq-iosched fixes
  • re-enabled deadline, row i/o scheduler
  • frandom
  • LPM (low power mode) fixes & improvements
  • mmc (internal storage, microSD) reliability and performance fixes & improvements
  • KSM more efficient scanning and packing [KSM defaults to off, it's a battery drainer]
  • scheduler: load balancing improvement
  • cpuidle fixes & improvements
  • reducing high load average to minimum - less/minimal idle battery drain
  • a few general fixes (thermal, i2c-msm-v2 [unnecessary error message upon startup/deferral], usb: f_fs, fingerprint scanner)
  • more governors: elementalX, ZZMove, alucard ( thanks to @AndroPlus )
  • backported SIM_DETECT & TRAY_SHARED_INTERRUPT_DETECT, MMC_SUPPORT_SVS_INTERVAL from Sony's copyleft kernel; possible preparation for DSDS/DSDA mode)

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26th April 2016, 07:20 PM |#4  
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and last one

Q: Can i flash it without losing my actual data ?

A: If you use both zip files (ROM + kernel),

then yes, your data should be safe.

But still backup your data - you never know if it doesn't go crazy

Once you've backed up your data, done a Backup via TWRP - copy the backup of TWRP (in TWRP folder) to your PC
to be really sure

then format (advanced wipe)

/data, /system/, /cache, dalvik cache

and flash the ROM zip + kernel zip + GApps (e.g. Slim GApps)

After that you're good to go

Q: What is the correct order to install it ? Different Kernel + TWRP, then ROM and later your kernel ?

A: You're using TWRP, right ?

Not sure if there's a different TWRP available for the Z5P - but if yes,

you can keep TWRP (and don't need to flash a new recovery).

Copy ROM + Kernel + GApps to internal storage,

reboot - press vol up button to get into TWRP/recovery,

Backup your System,

Reboot and Copy the TWRP folder and ALL your important data to your PC/Mac/...

Reboot again into Recovery/TWRP,

do an advanced wipe (/cache, /data, /system, dalvik cache),

flash ROM, Kernel, GApps,

Reboot -> System

That should be all
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26th April 2016, 08:53 PM |#5  
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Damn cant wait to try this
26th April 2016, 09:49 PM |#6  
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Boots up with latest kernel package.
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26th April 2016, 10:43 PM |#7  
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Patiently waiting
26th April 2016, 11:48 PM |#8  
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Thanks for the heads up
27th April 2016, 03:06 AM |#9  
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how about E6883
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27th April 2016, 11:08 AM |#10  
6853 cant see it?
I must be blind because i cant see the rom for 6853 keen waiting for a asop based rom
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Originally Posted by zacharias.maladroit

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He does not start , it is loaded into the logo of resurrection remix ... and I've had more than 15 minutes.
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