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Android Marshmallow 6.0 Oneofakind Rom For Sony Xperia S MMB29T

Install Oneofakind Latest Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 Rom For Sony Xperia S MMB29T Xtreme Features & Fast

ABOUT ONEOFKIND ROM

Oneofakind is a lightweight AOSP ROM eager about battery, efficiency and stability.
The philosophy of Oneofakind is headquartered on AOSP to remain relatively virtually Google’s stock Marshmallow with the additions of foremost features that will have to had been integrated with stock Marshmallow.

FEATURES OF ROM
Build
Android 6.0.1_r10 (MMB29T)
Layers four.Zero aid
enable DEXPREOPT (odexed)
-Why odex? See Google’s record about dexpreopt right here
Pre-rooted with SuperSU
eliminated pattern APN list
Simplified audio applications
ROM base debloat. List of removed packages:
*common dreams
*AOSP Browser
*AOSP Calendar
*AOSP e-mail
*AOSP exchange
*AOSP Launcher3
*AOSP tune
*LiveWallpapers
*MusicFX
*OpenWnn
*PicoTTS with language packs
*Stk
*Video editor libraries

Frameworks
Some materialization to Android UI
Disabled fullscreen keyboard on landscape mode
pace up long press timeout
Oneofakind material Wallpaper
Oneofakind AOSP bootanimation with out bootanimation.Zip

Settings
Enabled progress Settings by default
applied SuperSU into Settings (additionally disguise SuperSU icon from launcher)
alternative to allow MultiWindow mode in progress Settings
Migrated cellular networks choice to Settings dashboard
delivered missing back buttons in Settings
added processor, ram and gadget information in about mobile settings
eliminated AOSP process replace settings
Enabled unknown sources through default
Some materialization
Oneofakind Settings:
Statusbar
*Customizable battery icons and percent
*Clock & Date options
*Migrated SystemUI Tuner into Statusbar option and enabled with the aid of default
volume rocker
*quantity rocker wake
*hold volume buttons to pass track
Gesture
*Double tap on statusbar / lockscreen to sleep
*Three finger gesture screenshot
*hold back button to kill app
Recents Menu
*choice to allow/Disable search bar in recents menu
device exact
*Doze: customized and adaptive brightness
*Lightbar managment
*monitor colour calibration
*Customizable Hardware mainkeys design
*Low reminiscence killer: customized min free
*Customizable Zram size
*KSM Settings
*option to permit quick cost at Battery utilization Settings

LED light Settings
Charging battery gentle with custimizable colour
Notification light color options

Recents screen
Clear all button (enabled through default)

Battery Saver
force doze to be enabled
added additional battery saver steps

power Menu
evolved reboot choices

Dialer
In-call vibration elements
Vibrate on reply
Vibrate on name ready
Vibrate on grasp up

InCallUI
keep InCallUI in memory
Materialization

DocumentsUI
brought a standalone mode to the DocumentsUI to let it act as a file supervisor

Buttons
lengthy pressing recents button to switch to final app

Launcher
SlimLauncher from SlimROMs
highly customizable with icon % aid

Gallery2
mild material themed
Matetialized app icon
Some optimizations from CyanogenMod

DeskClock
Materialized Deskclock
evolved alarm points from OmniROM

Camera2
Materialized

HOW TO INSTALL COMPLETE GUIDE HERE

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Flashing Procedure:

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. This is not a complex procedure but you have to repartition the device if not yet done and to backup your data prior.

Backup

We will format /data and /sdcard so you need to take backup and put it outside of the phone.
Use your current TWRP to backup your ROM (system/boot/data) into /sdcard
Once done, backup on your computer the /sdcard content (use a file browser with mtp or adb pull)


Recovery/TWRP

Extract recovery.img from the Zip file
Enter the device into fastboot mode
flash the recovery.img into boot partition like a boot image (fastboot flash boot recovery.img)
restart the device (fastboot reboot)
You should be on the recovery (it can be a little bit long to start the first time)


Repartitionning

Go to Mount on TWRP gui (uncheck system, data, cache)
Connect on the recovery with "adb shell"

fdisk -l /dev/block/mmcblk0

Copy the output of the command to a file with your backup. It will permit you to revert if needed and to help you if you have an issue (read carefully and you will not have)

Interesting parts are those in bold :
/dev/block/mmcblk0p14 42945 261695 7000024 83 Linux
/dev/block/mmcblk0p15 261696 954240 22161424 83 Linux

It can be not exactly the same values for you depending the size of your /data (p14) and /sdcard (p15)

so here we go (don't forget the section backup. this procedure will erase your data)

fdisk /dev/block/mmcblk0

Command (m for help): p

Command (m for help): d
Partition number (1-15): 15

Command (m for help): d
Partition number (1-14): 14

Command (m for help): n
First cylinder (769-954240, default 769): 42945
Last cylinder or +size or +sizeM or +sizeK (42945-954240, default 954240): (just press enter if the default value is the good one) 
Using default value 954240

Command (m for help): t
Partition number (1-14): 14
Hex code (type L to list codes): 83

Command (m for help): w
The partition table has been altered.
Calling ioctl() to re-read partition table

Once repartitioning done, do NOT do anything else and just reboot the device (to be sure that the partition table is take into account by the kernel)

Now we will convert /data and /cache to F2FS.
Ext4 is not supported anymore on nAOSProm. You don't need to take care about the 16384 byte to reserve for encryption. TWRP will do it for you.


Into TWRP
Wipe
Advanced Wipe
select Data
Repair or Change File system
Change File System
F2FS
Swipe to Change

Press Home and do the same procedure to convert Cache partition to F2FS

Once done, again, do NOT do anything else and just reboot the device (required by TWRP)

Congratulation, if everything is fine you should be able to mount /cache and /data and to see a big /data volume arround 28 GiB.


FOTA recovery

Now it is time to put the new recovery into the FOTA partition

Upload the recovery.img into your phone (adb push recovery.img /sdcard/). Yes /sdcard is a symlink somewhere to /data/media 
Flash the recovery.img to the fota partition as usual (dd if=/sdcard/recovery.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p11)

Upload the ROM/Gapps

Upload the ROM/Gapps and every zip that you want to flash into /sdcard (/data/media/). Use "adb push" for example.

Flash the ROM and GApps

You can now flash the ROM as usual

If you want GApps, please flash Gapps just after the ROM and once done, don't flash anything else and restart the phone. You should be able to configure Gapps without force close. The first boot can be a little bit longer due to application compilation as usual.

Once everything is working fine, just reboot into the recovery and flash what else you need


Restore your own data

You can restore your /sdcard data (Pictures, Music, ...) if you want.
Do not restore TWRP folder because previous TWRP backup are not compatible with the new partition layout.

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