[ROM] OnePlus #OneRomAWeek – DarkoBass PSD ROM [AOSPA 5.0.1]

Welcome to Darkobass ParanoidSabreDroid Lollipop ROM

Your warranty is now NOT VOID. However if you screw something up its not covered, don’t hold me responsible for anything… Whatever is wrong with your phone, you did it yourself !!!

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Credits to : Hrishi21007 for the Youtube video

Base: Paranoid Android 5.0
Tree: CM12
Toolchain: SaberMod*graphite with floop, mem opt, sabe

Standard features:
All that’s in PA

Extra features:
– Dark material theme in settings by Darkobas
– Centre clock with colour picker from Slim
– increasing ring from CM
– Advanced reboot options
– ADB over WiFi
– ime selector hide
– volume cursor control
– statusbar brightness control
– keyguard per app notification control
probably more

Install:
– on first install wipe data
– wipe system, cache and Dalvik
– install ROM
– install gapps. (pa recommended)
– install SuperSU from ChainFire

Downloads:
SUPERSU
PA GAPPS
Rom on AndroidFileHost
ROM on mediafire

PSD Bootanimation (replaces your normal One+ Powered by Android one):

bootlogo

Download by clicking the image above the zip and unzip it (in your CM11 fastboot folder)
Go to the folder and open a cmd prompt  and execute the following 2 commands while your phone is in fastboot mode:

1. fastboot flash LOGO logo-modified.bin

2. fastboot reboot

Source: Github

All thanks go to:
AOSPAL (R.I.P)
Paranoid Android
CyanogenMod
SaberMod
OmniRom
SlimRoms

Via: XDA Forums

If you likethe ROM please Donate to Darkobas

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[ROM] OnePlus #OneRomAWeek – FIUI Beta 2.0.1

● Chinese name: The Future Interface
● English name: FIUI
● Relevant models: Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Xiaomi Mi2s, OnePlus One and many other mainstream models
● Development team: AZ Fuga team

 FIUI (Future Interactive UI) is a highly customised ROM built from CM11 source. The ROM is meant to be a simple, clean, fast and fluid.

  • December Changelog 2014
    12.07 Beta 2.0.1 Emergency Repair mobile network settings FC issue beta2.0.1
    
    ● Emergency Repair mobile network settings option to enter the FC bug;
    
    ● Repair 1+ default camera does not show the problem;
    
    12.07 beta 2.0.0 shock upgrade 4.4.4 | 1+ beta release of the first editionbeta 2.0.0
    
    ● Upgrade for CM11 4.4.4 source;
    
    ● Join T9 dialing support (attribution later versions added);
    
    ● add back you need developer mode;
    
    ● Add the menu button, home button Custom Function settings (only entity key phone);
    
    ● By clicking on the status bar operators to enter engineering mode function;
    
    ● Task Manager to add more memory, display, and depending on the hardware memory size, automatically change the statistical unit;
    
    ● Add the call recording feature (audio file is saved by default sdcard / CallRecordings);
    
    ● Add the notification filter;
    
    ● Update calculator UI interface and functionality;
    
    ● Update shortcut buttons to adjust the default sort;
    
    ● Update icon support nearly 200 applications;
    
    ● optimized dialing application, problem solving FC;
    
    ● Status bar code optimization fantasy, color and smoother;
    
    ● Optimize UI resources, modify some ICON, problem solving burrs;
    
    ● optimization lock screen, smoother;
    
    ● optimize more to do in their own experience;
    
    ● Fixed desktop dual icon bug;
    
    ● Fixed desktop under certain circumstances FC's bug;
    
    ● Edit mode time clock repair discoloration problem;
    
    ● repair alarm clock 10 minutes show bias problem;
    
    ● repair several SystemUI lead FC's bug;
    
    ● many bug fixes beta group feedback;
    
    ● fix more to do in their own experience;
    
    ● Other details please experience itself;
    
    ● Thanks to all the beta group members;

    Credits: Official FIUI site
    About:   About FIUI
    ROM:    FIUI Download

    How to install:
    Download zip and copy to your device

    Wipe Data/Cache/Dalvik and System (Clean Wipe)

    Install FIUI.zip and Reboot

    Flash CM Gapps if needed

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[NEWS] Most Popular Android Phone of 2014: #OnePlusOne

There are so many great Android phones on the market right now that no list could contain them all, but when Lifehacker.com asked for your picks, you, the public, gave them a great selection. They looked at the five best Android phones of the year based on those picks, and after over 38,000 votes, it’s time to highlight your favorite.


The Cyanogen-powered, difficult-to-obtain OnePlus One took the top spot by a fair margin, bringing in close to 49% of the overall vote and taking first place. The team behind it still operates on invites, but they’ve recently opened the door to a batch pre-order system that will get you in line to get one of the affordable, high-end phones if you want one.

Second place went to the slightly old but arguably another killer bang for your buck, the Nexus 5 by LG. Many of you said it was just the right size, just the right price, and since it’s a Nexus, if you have one you already have Lollipop — and Lollipop sings on an Nexus 5. It brought in close to 16% of the overall vote. In third with just under 15% of the votes cast was the successor to last year’s top pick, the HTC One M8. Almost every comment about it praised its build quality, all-metal design, and improved features over the original HTC One. Fourth place went to the Moto X, a great all-around phone that brings powerful features to the table without costing you an arm and a leg to get them. It picked up close to 11% of the vote. Bringing up the rear in fifth was the Sony Xperia Z3, Sony’s latest flagship, with its dustproof and waterproof chassis and high-quality camera. It earned just over 10% of the overall vote.

For more on each of these and the honorable mentions not listed here, make sure to head back to the full Hive Five feature to read more.

Do you agree?!? Is the OnePlus really The Best Phone of 2014 ?!?

Source: lifehacker.com

Head over to the English MIUI forum to cast your vote if you agree or disagree with this.

http://en.miui.com/thread-65949-1-1.html

[ROM] OnePlus #OneRomAWeek – VANIR AOSP

As promised last week, I will present you a custom ROM for our beloved OnePlus on every Wednesday. This week’s ROM is none other than Vanir AOSP!!!

Enjoy !!!

Welcome to VanirAOSP

Our mission is to deliver a clean optimized version of Android with subtly improved versions of the features you love to as many devices as possible. We’ve tried to incorporate and improve our features in a way that makes them more cohesive to improve the overall user experience while correcting any performance regressions and improving functionality..

What to expect:
– This is not a McCopy ROM. What goes into our build is well thought-out and not a bunch of stuff duck taped together because we could.
– maximum optimization. We do our research. We test hard. We build -fstrict -O3 globally and include a massive array of code optimizations and memory leak fixes that we write ourselves and eventually submit to AOSP or Linaro.
– originality in our source. We generate a lot of new commits being features or general code improvements. We are open source to share and improve the community but we also try to make sure we offer a unique experience.
– aesthetics.. hopefully in your opinion 😛

General features:

  • SU, busybox etc
  • Enhanced performance.. longer uptime with less slowdown
  • Custom written CRON and init.d etc
  • UI and graphics improvements
  • Custom navbar, navring, and hardware key features
  • Hover,Active Display & lockscreen notifications
  • Usability improvements like power reboot menu and sound
  • Animation control
  • Improved Vanir keyboard
  • CM’s profiles & quicksettings
  • Additional quicksetting tiles
  • Immersive mode
  • Statusbar mods
  • Clock & battery mods
  • Lockscreen blur and other mods
  • embedded root, init.d, cron etc

Join our Google+ community for news/updates

Downloads:

Rom:
Official Builds here : VanirAOSP-Nightly Server
Latest (Test)Builds : Android File Host

GApps:
Build by DHO for Vanir

How to install:

  • Download Rom
  • Download prefered GApps
  • Boot into Recovery (TWRP or CWM)
  • Wipe Data (Only when you come from different rom, not needed if you update)
  • install vanir update.zip
  • install gapps (only when you come from different rom, not needed if you update)
  • reboot
  • be amazed

Additional Links:
Link to source : VanirAOSP @ github
Link to kernel : Cyanogenmod @ github

XDA:DevDB Information
VanirAOSP Bacon, ROM for the ONEPLUS ONE

Contributors
Martin_Ro, PrimeDirective, nuclearmistake, DHO
ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x

Version Information
Status: Nightly
ALL CREDITS GO TO THE VANIR TEAM : GOOGLE+

[ROM] OnePlus #OneRomAWeek – EHNDROIX V

Once a week on Wednesday I will present you a custom ROM for our beloved OnePlus.

Enjoy !!!

EHNDROIX V 14.10.8 – OnePlus One (Bacon)

EHNDROIX V is an aftermarket firmware based on CyanogenMod 11, created by Nitrox-developers. Edited and customized to the smallest details, is designed to provide users with a KitKat user-friendly experience and is available for a wide range of terminals!
The ROM is optimized to ensure maximum fluidity and at the same time good battery life and thanks to NitroxCube, you can stay up to date on the latest news, connect to official forum for assistance and much more!
• Android 4.4.4 KitKat with FluidUI 5.0
• Based on latest CyanogenMod 11 build
• Update the ROM directly from your device using OTA service
• Official bootanimation
• Android L Heads Up
• Nova Launcher
• Theme Engine
• DashClock Lockscreen Notifications
• Exclusive Google apps called Ehndrogapps also available in Slim version
• Fully customizable quick settings with a new interface
• Tweaks designed for a smooth system experience and better battery life
• No more ads in the apps
• Google Public DNS
• Modded AOSP Music Player
• Use the services offered by your CyanogenMod account
• Option to disable root for more security
• Improve user experience using Ehndraddon
• Listen to music with an exclusive music player based
• Send messages with exclusive Ehndroix app with a very attractive look, fully customizable and with new features
• Beautiful rounded icon for to be pleasing on HD screens
• Fantastic official Ehndroix wallpapers
• Wide range of ringtones, notification and alarms very catchy
• Perfect working GPS in all countries due to the automatic fix satellites
• ROM in constant development ( keep up to date thanks to date version )
• Keep safe your data with Titanium Backup installed by default
• … and much more!
Coming from a previous EHNDROIX V:
  • Download Ehndroix V
  • Download Ehndrogapps
  • Wipe Cache
  • Wipe Dalvik Cache
  • Flash Ehndroix V
  • Flash Ehndrogapps
  • Restart

Coming from EHNDROIX IV or other ROMs:
  • Download Ehndroix V
  • Download Ehndrogapps
  • Update the recovery to latest version
  • Wipe Data
  • Wipe Dalvik Cache
  • Flash Ehndroix V
  • Flash Ehndrogapps
  • Restart
Last ROM release: Download

Ehndrogapps: Download
Ehndraddon: Download

FAQ: Read here
Forum: Click here
ChangelogRead here

 

ALL CREDITS GO TO : NITROX DEVELOPERS

[ALL IN ONE] OnePlus ONE ROMs, Recoveries, Kernels, etc

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Setup, Preparation and Prerequisites

I know there are already a few root guides out there for this phone, but I found that they weren’t very detailed. This guide is thorough and explains each and every step in a noob-proof manner.

Basic tasks that I may refer to throughout this guide:

  • Open command prompt – Press Window Key + R, type in “cmd” (without the quotes), and hit enter.
  • Enter fastboot mode- Turn the phone off. Hold volume up + power until the “fastboot” screen appears.

ADB & Fastboot Installation:

  1. Download the full Android SDK here (scroll to the bottom of the page>DOWNLOAD FOR OTHER PLATFORMS>SDK Tools Only) or get a slimmed version containing only the essential components here
  2. Extract the zip and place the android-sdk-windows folder on your desktop.
    **If you chose to download the slimmed sdk skip to step 5**
  3. Only if you downloaded the full sdk: Go into the android-sdk-windows folder and run SDK Manager.exe. Install the following packages (there are a total of 4 packages):
    – Tools > Android SDK Tools, Android SDK Platform-tools
    – Extras > Android Support Library, Google USB Driver
  4. Only if you downloaded the full sdk: Go back into the android-sdk-windows directory, and you should see a new folder named platform-tools. If you don’t see this new folder, repeat the step above.
  5. To confirm that it is indeed working, open a command prompt window and enter the following commands:
    Code:
    cd Desktop/android-sdk-windows/platform-tools
    adb version

    If it displays “Android Debug Bridge version x.x.xx” it is working. If it is gives an error saying that adb is not a recognized command, it has not been successful. Carefully repeat the steps above if this is the case. Close the command prompt window when you are done.

  • Show File Extensions – Open a command prompt window and run “Control folders” (without the quotes). Go to the View tab and uncheck the “Hide extensions for known file types” option. This will help avoid confusion when renaming files.
  • Battery – Ensure that your phone has at least 60% battery remaining, and that your PC is plugged in and wont shut down spontaneously during the process. The procedure doesn’t take very long (5-15 minutes), but its best to have enough charge in case something goes wrong.
  • Backup (Optional) – Unlocking the bootloader will completely wipe all data from the device. This includes apps, settings and even the contents of the internal sdcard (pictures, music, etc.). Copy all important files off the phone onto a PC or upload them to a cloud.
  • Driver Installation – Download and install the Universal ADB Driver. Alternatively, use this method.

Downloads
Download a custom recovery and the SuperSU zip below. Place both files (recovery image and root zip) in the platform-tools folder located on your desktop within the android-sdk-windows folder.

Custom Recovery:
TeamWin Recovery Project (TWRP)

Root:
SuperSU

Information
Rooting this device is actually quite a simple and easy process. Before you begin, it is recommended that you at least try to understand what each part of the process will do. Although this guide will elongate each step in order to show all of the details, the method used can be broken up into 3 main steps: Unlocking the Bootloader, Installing a Custom Recovery and finally Rooting. Each new step relies on the previous step to have been completed, and a basic summary of each part is:

  1. Unlocking Bootloader: Opens the door to the internal memory of the device to be written on to. This allows you to flash images onto the main partitions of the phone.
  2. Installing a Custom Recovery: A custom recovery is flashed onto the recovery partition of the device and overwrites the stock recovery that exists by default. Custom recoveries bring lots of functionality and give you the ability to perform wipes, install flashable zips, create full backups of your NAND (Nandroid backup), and various other features. An unlocked bootloader is needed to install a custom recovery.
  3. Rooting: You can gain root by either flashing via recovery a pre-rooted custom rom, or flashing a zip containing the SuperSU binaries. A custom recovery is necessary to do this.

After completing these steps your phone will be rooted, the phone will have a custom recovery installed, and the phones bootloader will be unlocked. This, in my opinion, is the most practical and beneficial method for rooting your phone. It gives you some basic adb/fastboot knowledge, and should hopefully help you have a decent understanding of what is going on. Also this method will work regardless of what android version your phone has.

If you are confused by anything in this guide, I would highly suggest getting it clarified being before moving on. Ask your question in this thread and I or someone else will likely answer. Also I’d suggest that you read over the whole thread a few times before actually doing anything to the phone.

[1. HOW TO UNLOCK BOOTLOADER]

  • Turn the phone off. Then boot it into fastboot mode by holding volume up + power. The phone will display “fastboot” text indicating that it has successfully entered fastboot mode.
  • Plug the phone into your PC, then open a command prompt window and type:
    Code:
    cd Desktop/android-sdk-windows/platform-tools
    Code:
    fastboot devices

    This command will list the connected devices. If your phones serial number shows up you are good to go and may continue. If the phone is NOT listed this indicates that your drivers are not installed correctly. In order for you to continue you must fix your drivers so that your phone is listed under fastboot devices.

  • If the phone has been recognized by the command above, proceed to unlocking the bootloader with the following command:
    Remember that this step will wipe EVERYTHING off the phone

    Code:
    fastboot oem unlock
  • After the above command has finished executing, run the following
    Code:
    fastboot reboot

    The phone will reboot. Wait until the phone has fully booted up into android, then adjust the following settings on the phone:

  • USB Debugging – On your phone go to Settings > About phone > Tap on Build number 7 times. This will enable Developer options. Now go back to Settings > Developer options > Enable USB debugging
  • Disable CM Recovery Protection – On your phone go to Settings > Developer options. Then disable the ‘Update recovery with system updates’ option.
  • Close the command prompt window and proceed onto the next section of the guide.

[2. HOW TO INSTALL A CUSTOM RECOVERY]

  • Turn the phone off. Then boot it into fastboot mode by holding volume up + power.
  • Rename the recovery file that you downloaded above to recovery.img. *Make sure that you rename it to recovery.img NOT recovery.img.img* Remember that this file should be placed in the platform-tools folder inside of the android-sdk-windows folder on your desktop.
  • Open a new command prompt and run the following commands:
    Code:
    cd Desktop/android-sdk-windows/platform-tools
    Code:
    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
  • Once the flash has completed type the following command to reboot the phone:
    Code:
    fastboot reboot

    After the phone has booted back up, turn it off. Now to enter your newly installed custom recovery, hold volume down + power. The phone should boot into recovery mode. Now that you have a custom recovery, you may continue to the final step.

  • Close the command prompt window.

[3. HOW TO ROOT]

Now that your phone has an unlocked bootloader and a custom recovery installed you have a two options to gain root (Pick one or the other. You don’t need to do both)

Option A) Flash SuperSU binaries which will give you root with the stock ROM

  • Confirm that you have downloaded the SuperSU zip from the downloads section above and that it is located in the platform-tools folder inside of the android-sdk-windows folder on your desktop.
  • Turn the phone off then boot into recovery mode by holding volume down + power. Leave the phone at the main screen of the custom recovery for now.
  • Open a command prompt window and run the following commands:
    Code:
    cd Desktop/android-sdk-windows/platform-tools
    Code:
    adb push UPDATE-SuperSU-vX.XX.zip /sdcard/

    This will copy the SuperSU zip onto your phone. Once the command has completed continue.

    Instructions for TeamWin Recovery Project (TWRP):

  • Install > browse to SuperSU zip and select the it
  • Swipe to confirm the installation. Then reboot.Instructions for ClockworkMod (CWM):
  • install zip from sdcard > choose zip from sdcard.
  • Next, browse to the location where you previously copied the SuperSU zip and select the it.
  • To confirm the installation, scroll down to “Yes” and select it. The installation shouldn’t take very long, and once it has completed you may reboot.

Option B) Flash a custom rom which will come pre-rooted

  • Note that not all custom roms will be pre rooted, however the majority of them are. Read the OP of the ROM thread to see what the verdict is.
  • Copy a custom rom (you can find these in the ONE Android Development and ONE Original Android Development section) onto the phone (remember the location of where you copy it to)
  • Turn the phone off then boot into recovery mode by holding volume down + power. To install a custom ROM the general procedure to follow is: factory reset, wipe cache + dalvik cache, flash ROM, flash GApps. Here are the recovery specific instructions:Instructions for TeamWin Recovery Project (TWRP):
  • Wipe > Swipe to Factory Reset
  • Install > browse to the location where you previously copied the ROM zip and select it > Swipe to confirm the installation
  • Install GApps using same process as ROM, then reboot.Instructions for ClockworkMod (CWM):
  • wipe data/factory reset
  • wipe cache partition
  • advanced > wipe dalvik cache
  • install zip from sdcard > choose zip from sdcard > navigate to the location of the ROM > select the ROM > confirm the installation by selecting “Yes”
  • After that you may install the GApps using the same method for flashing the ROM, and finally reboot the phone.

Keep in mind that the first boot after installing a custom ROM & wiping the phone may take longer than usual, as the phone will need to rebuild the dalvik cache and initialize other first boot stuff.

Congrats! That is it! Your phone now has an unlocked bootloader, a custom recovery installed and it is rooted. Enjoy :)!!!

[ROMs]

The Biggest ONEPLUS ONE ROM Collection

[RECOVERIES]

CWM

TeamWin Recovery Project (TWRP)

Cannibal Open Touch 3.0 Alpha builds

All thanks and credits for these guides go to Chromium

[ROM] [4.9.27] MIUI for the OnePlus One, 4G, Gestures, OTA, 3 Cameras (MIUI,NUBIA or CM)

Preface:

This MIUI ROM can be flashed on the OnePlus One (Bacon & A0001), both 16G and 64G version;

All credits go to the MIUI team that built this ROM.

DO NOT reproduce or distribute this ROM without giving proper credits to the devs.

http://www.miui.com/thread-2025124-1-1.html

 

Acknowledgements:

MIUI and its partners
CyanogenMod
Google
AK kernel

 

How To Flash:

First, ALWAYS back up your system before you start flashing other ROMs.

! ! ! Remember ! ! ! Recommended RECOVERY: CWM 6.0.5.0 version, note the ClockWorkMod Recovery not Philz Touch! ! ! ! Remember ! ! !

1: Download and Install third-party Recovery (CWM 6.0.5 recommended)
2: Download the MIUI ROM file, but do not extract it, copy it directly to your phone SD card
3: Reboot to recovery and do a FULL DATA WIPE (wipe data / factory reset / wipe cache / wipe dalvik / wipe system),
4: press the Back button to return to the main screen select Install ZIP (install MIUI ROM zip from sdcard)
the flashing process will take a few minutes.
5: when flashing is finished, just return to the main interface, select reboot (reboot system) to boot into the system and setup your MIUI account

OTA package:
OTA package will be provided on a weekly basis every Friday !!! Just follow the process above, without wiping !!!

Download Links:

6.0.5 CWM Recovery: http://goo.gl/D3ZINq
MIUI ROM : http://goo.gl/qHBPjm

Features:
AK Kernel
Based on latest CM11 M9 Snapshot
3 cameras to choose from : CM, MIUI or NUBIA
4G cand be selected in Mobile Networks> Preffered Network Type
Gestures can be Enabled/Disabled through a system app
Built in OTA and ROOT
tweaks and build.prop improvements
etc

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