In its never-ending quest to produce smartphones that combine the best-in-class hardware with a criminally low price point, Xiaomi has hit a new milestone with the Redmi Note 8. In Europe, the device is known as the Redmi Note 8T, with the only difference being that the 8T supports NFC.
The AOSP-based ROM is created by XDA Recognized Developer Agent_fabulous, who is also the maintainer of this particular phone. If you want some Google Pixel goodies on top of vanilla Android, you can also give the Pixel Experience ROM by XDA Member ZIDAN44 a go. According to the developers, the current build might not be suitable as a daily driver due to a partially working radio interface layer. If you want to bite the bullet anyway, grab the builds from the following links. Once you’re done installing TWRP on your device, you’ll be able to flash the POSP custom ROM from the link below. The Android 9 Pie-based AOSP ROM for the Note 8 is a far cry from Xiaomi’s MIUI and offers a stock Android-like experience with plenty of additional features.
- Here are some of the key features and specifications of the newly launched Redmi Note 8 Pro smartphone.
- Once your phone in fastboot mode, connect your phone to the PC with the USB cable.
- Open the app, choose your device, choose the stable ROM, and then choose the region you want to download.
- If you are facing any software error on your device or any other application issue, it means your phone needs to flash.
- As one of the most sought-after software experiences on a smartphone, firmware LineageOS has many takers.
The backup will restore your old apps and data, meaning that apps you’ve uninstalled will reappear, and text messages you’ve since received will disappear. If your Nandroid backup is more than a day or two old, you might want to keep it for emergencies only. There are many reasons you might want to revert your rooted phone back to stock Android. But you also need to do it if you want to install a system update. Or perhaps you’ve installed so many tweaks and mods that you just want to get back to some semblance of normality. CesiumOS is new to the game, but already looking good and something which worth a try. The team behind CesiumOS explains it as a “Something born out of a sea of similar-looking AOSP ROMs”.
In case you have access to the Note 8, you can flash it on your device and share feedback with the kernel developer to help fast track the development process. Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S and Note lineup are usually offered in two different processor variants around the world.
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