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[ROM]ASUS-ZenWatch-3-WI503Q- Swift [6 DEC-2017][STOCK-NWD1.170623.001]

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Enjoy Your Asus Zenwatch 3-Swift-AND-FEEL THE SPEED
Please read the instructions and notes before flashing anything.
Code:
###Disclaimer###
I am not responsible if your phone will be damaged, broken, boot looping. YOU are choosing to make these modification.
WARNING:
IMPROPER FLASHING MAY POTENTIALLY BRICK YOUR DEVICE. SO PLEASE PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK. ME OR ANY OTHER DEVELOPER MENTIONED IN THIS POST WILL ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS.

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Requirements
- An unlocked bootloader
- adb and fastboot drivers
- TWRP recovery
You can download adb and fastboot package from here. https://developer.android.com/studio....html#download
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HOW TO FLASH THE ROM
0- Attach your devices to your PC and enable USB Debugging
1- Boot your device with TWRP from
Custom-TWRP-thanks to @Maxr1998
- adb devices
- adb reboot bootloader
- fastboot devices
- fastboot boot name-of-the-twrp.img
Or
fastboot flash recovery name-of-the-twrp.img
2- Now move the build/ROM to your watch
3- Make a backup - there's always 1% chance something goes wrong.
4- Full wipe is recommended....Wipe data/Factory reset
5- Flash the ROM
6- Reboot
7- Setup your initial settings
8- Done

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HOW TO ACHIEVE ROOT
- Reboot into TWRP
- Copy the root-wear.zip (ROOT AND BUSYBOX_1.5_AND_2.0) package inside your device
- Flash the root-wear. zip and reboot
- Open busybox and install
- Done

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HOW TO ACHIEVE ROOT AFTER FLASHING THE NEW BOOT IMAGES
- Reboot into TWRP
- Flash the new kernel and reboot
- Complete your device setup
- Reboot into TWRP again
- Flash root-wear.zip (ROOT AND BUSYBOX_1.5_AND_2.0) package
- Reboot
- Open busybox and install
- Done

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ROMs-ANDROID_WEAR_2.0 [DEODEXED][ODEXED] [LATEST]
Short changelog-[DEODEXED][ODEXED] [6/12/2017]

- Based on latest release NWD1.170623.001- June_1_2017 security patch
- Kernel is compiled with LINARO GCC: 4.9.4-Optimized/based on latest available source 3.18.24 Kernel
- All *apk system/data, system/app, Framework & priv-app zipalign & optimized for better RAM utilization
- Can be root - Flash the following Root/BusyBox if you want to achieve root access.
- dm-verity disabled
- forced-encryption disabled
- SELinux permissive
- init.d script support
- Tweaked for Best Performance
- adb is enabled by default
- Update script
- Tweaks to achieve better battery life
- Clean
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Download-Link
BUILD_WEAR_2.0 [DEODEXED] /ROM
MD5:b8e98e5c71d83189137b24babfc8b044
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BUILD_WEAR_2.0 [ODEXED] /ROM
MD5:131ab240ec04f8a5ecbf7acb6d42ad51
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Download-Link
ROOT AND BUSYBOX_1.5_AND_2.0
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ROMs-MWG68_ANDROID_WEAR_1.5
Download-Link
Deodexed/ROM
MD5:3913568ed1d59d90340962b24a3a46b7
Odexed/ROM
MD5:ee3dbf24fcc19a713ddcf819e24c43bb
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Kernel Source
https://github.com/toffyjan/Asus-zenwatch-3-kernel
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Special thanks to:
If you can, donate and respect all the devs and enjoy
@Chainfire for great work in android
@Maxr1998 thanks for script and twrp recovery
@superR for the kitchen
@Captain_Throwback
@SuperThomasLab for great tools
-Take a look here. And support the dev.
@Xmaster24 for system-less root-
Willi Ye for his great app
-Take a look here. And buy the donate version to support the dev.
Please always support devs and others (soon).
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Thanks! What's the decryption key? Apparently I need that to download.
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You meant to flash this with TWRP, right? I did that and did a wiped it (factory reset in TWRP). Seems to hang at the ASUS IN SEARCH OF INCREDIBLE loading screen. Could just be my watch of course.
13th January 2017, 01:34 PM |#5  
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You meant to flash this with TWRP, right? I did that and did a wiped it (factory reset in TWRP). Seems to hang at the ASUS IN SEARCH OF INCREDIBLE loading screen. Could just be my watch of course.

Offcourse flashing with TWRP..You need to wipe your data too. And fast boot takes some time. 5-10 minutes. I tested on two watches and it works. Be patient

I removed boot animation so that is why see only Google with capital letters. It make the boot process a bit faster.
13th January 2017, 01:53 PM |#6  
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@janjan Nice one!
Will try it out asap. Just a small tip, could you rebase your kernel onto the swift branch of the kernel-msm repo on android.googlesource.com? That way, the commit history isn't lost and we can see all the changes you made (and improve on them as well). Precondition of course is that the repo already contains the latest MWF76 sources, I didn't check that yet. But if yes, you could just clone it, and drop the .git folder into your kernel folder, verify all is fine and commit the changes.

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I removed boot animation so that is why see only Google with capital letters. It make the boot process a bit faster.

You mean splash, don't you? Did you just wipe it with zeroes or how did you do it?
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After 10 minutes I still only see "ASUS IN SEARCH OF INCREDIBLE". It never even shows "Google".
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After 10 minutes I still only see "ASUS IN SEARCH OF INCREDIBLE". It never even shows "Google".

Tell me what you did. You procedure please.
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Booted TWRP via "fastboot boot recovery.img"
Flashed your zip
Wiped Dalvik/cache/data
Rebooted
13th January 2017, 02:14 PM |#10  
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Booted TWRP via "fastboot boot recovery.img"
Flashed your zip
Wiped Dalvik/cache/data
Rebooted

And you are bootloader unlocked right?
You have to wipe first and then flash the zip.
13th January 2017, 02:16 PM |#11  
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@janjan Nice one!
Will try it out asap. Just a small tip, could you rebase your kernel onto the swift branch of the kernel-msm repo on android.googlesource.com? That way, the commit history isn't lost and we can see all the changes you made (and improve on them as well). Precondition of course is that the repo already contains the latest MWF76 sources, I didn't check that yet. But if yes, you could just clone it, and drop the .git folder into your kernel folder, verify all is fine and commit the changes.


You mean splash, don't you? Did you just wipe it with zeroes or how did you do it?

I will check it out. need to prepare my self for my exam ..I try to
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