1. Borat!
    KitKat Mar 11, 2016

    Borat! , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Nach langem Warten ist es soweit :D


    XDA Thread:

    Recommended GApps:

    • Backup erstellen
    • TWRP flashen
    • EXODUS ROM + GApps herunter laden
    • Ins Recovery booten
    • Full Wipe
    • ROM installieren
    • GApps installieren
    • System neu starten
    • Setup durchführen
    Diese Schritte sind nur initial notwendig. Fortführend kann der EXODUS Updater genutzt werden.

    Information zu Exodus:
    Hello Guys,

    welcome to the world of Team-Exodus.

    What is Team-Exodus ?
    We are a small group of entusiasts that like to learn more about Android and the Android-ROM developement.
    We aren't exactly beginners [​IMG] But there is still room to learn more (you never end learning).

    What is Exodus-Rom ?
    Maybe, we better should start, what Exodus-Rom isn't: It isn't a (semi)professional mainstream ROM like CyanogenMod,AOKP or similar Roms. We don't focus on buzzword features, nor are we into "bling bling" options. We don't need a "change clock color" option, just because we can do it. These are "low hanging fruits", something nearly everybody can do, who has a computer to compile Android.
    So what is Exodus-Rom, what is our focus on ?
    We mainly focus on learning how things can be done. We are more into "quality over quantity". We prefer to have 4 or 5 real good and stable working features and not 20-30 features that work... somehow... sometimes...
    We want performance, a fast, smooth fluid UI, a real good user experience, not a overbloated kang rom.

    For instant that's the main reason why we currently don't have a Marshmallow Rom online, but I will give you a little more information regarding Exodus-6.0 (marshmallow) later.

    But before that, who are we, who is "Team-Exodus" ?

    The core team of "Team-Exodus" consists of the following guys:

    @PrimeDirective - Dave, a very talented developer from the US, founder and Team Leader of Team-Exodus, specialist in App developement (for instant our Exodus Updater or the Drop Wallpaper App) and also our specialist for in deep functionalities of the Android Rom (like a complete rewritten Navbar customization). He currently uses bacon (Oneplus One) and Flounder (Nexus 9) for developenemt
    @Raja.M - Raja, a real nice guy from India, he is our java specialist, he started Android developement something link 6 month ago but his knowledge is fast growing. He developes on the bacon (Oneplus One)
    @TheCrazyLex - Alex, a kernel specialist from germany, he joined Team-Exodus like 3 month ago, mainly responsible to optimize and unify our kernels where possible. He also uses the Bacon (Oneplus One) as developement device.
    @usmcamgrimm - Adrian, our graphics and theme specialist. Beside his amazing wallpapers, he is also responsible for all our LGE G3 devices. He mainly developes on the VS985.
    @Martin_Ro - myself, Martin, also from germany, mostly responsible for the server with the build system, gerrit and download page. I'm also developing here and there if I find some time as I'm a married guy with to young boys. I'm developing on shamu (Nexus 6).

    But beside this core team, there are a lot more ppl that help us making the Exodus Rom as amazing as possible, I will add some more of them step by step [​IMG]

    So, now, back to Marshmallow and why it takes so much more time to bring an Exodus-6.0 to you guys:
    For this to understand, you need to know more about where we come from.
    On late 2014 we (Dave and Me) parted from VanirAOSP (that wasn't really AOSP but also used CM as base at that time btw) because we feeled like it started to get more and more into that mainstream "feature count is everything".
    With 5.1 we started to directly use CyanogenMod (cm-12.1) as base, but was somewhat annoyed by upcomming issues because they used their open source branch as testfield for unfinished stuff, so for 6.0 we decided to go as near as possible back to strict AOSP.
    But a matter of fact is: With strict AOSP you aren't able to support every device, and not as many devices as we want to support. So we have had to make some decisions and try some stuff. In the end we started developing Exodus-6.0 with a Mixture of strict AOSP and CAF as base, with the really amazing wide support of CyanogenMod regarding devices.
    But with this, we got back to one of our main concerns: CyanogenMod is doing a fantastic job regarding device support (nobody can beat them in that department) but they are cluttering their stuff more and more. In the past few month, they started to create their own SDK, their own framework. And their SDK started to grow like a octupus, sticking his arms into every aspect of android. But we don't want to use their sdk, so we needed to remove it from everywhere.
    And that was, what took so long. We wanted the device-tree and their hardware layer, but not their feature, and for sure not their SDK. And removing that stuff from everywhere inside the device-trees and Hardware layer.
    Also we needed to use some of their code stuff in various places to make the connection between our AOSP/CAF based ROM and their hardware/device stuff.

    So that took us nearly a month to finish up, but now we have first working experimental builds for bacon, shamu and VS985 so we can go into the real developing stuff.
    There is still a lot to do (bring back all the features we want to, make the rom that fluid that you might be used to from EXODUS-5.1 etc.) But the real hard part is done now and we are way neared to a first public beta. Depending on the time Dave can find for Exodus (he is really really busy currently because of a new job), we expect to have a public beta by the end of the month...

    So stay tuned and be patient
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2016

  2. Stroky750
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 11, 2016

  3. Borat!
    KitKat Mar 11, 2016

    Borat! , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Heute Abend...Sitze auch auf glühenden Kohlen...Aber hier im Job geht es grad nicht ;)

  4. Borat!
    KitKat Mar 11, 2016

    Borat! , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Wenn ich Zeit finde, werde ich den ersten Beitrag bezüglich Installation und Information anpassen.
    Geht unter Tag auf Arbeit aber nicht ;)

    Hab's schnell zwischen rein gedrückt...
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2016

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  5. Stroky750
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 11, 2016

    Stroky750 , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Fürs Two ist es jetzt auch schon da!
    Denke da wird es eine große Bereicherung sein!

  6. RoggaRolla
    Honeycomb Mar 11, 2016

  7. K3MN1K
    Lollipop Moderator Mar 11, 2016

  8. Borat!
    KitKat Mar 11, 2016

    Borat! , Mar 11, 2016 :

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  9. galaali
    Gingerbread Mar 11, 2016

  10. Stroky750
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 11, 2016

    Stroky750 , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Habe sie auch gerade geflashed!

    Man die ist wirklich schnell, definitiv das fixeste was ich je erlebt habe auf dem One.
    Habe ja erst vor 2 Tagen ein clean Flash mit CM13 gemacht und Exodus ist definitiv schnell!

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  11. Rowios
    Gingerbread Mar 11, 2016

    Rowios , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Exodus kommt mir nicht ins Haus, denn ich möchte selbst darüber bestimmen können, welche App ich installieren darf ;) Stichwort Content Guard. Seitdem es letzten Sommer eingeführt wurde, ist die ROM bei vielen unten durch

  12. Stroky750
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 11, 2016

  13. Whitenberg
    KitKat Mar 11, 2016

    Whitenberg , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Der Bug-Report bzw. fehlende Features bei XDA wird immer länger...

    Da warte ich doch lieber noch ein wenig und genieße weiterhin Blissy . :D

  14. Stroky750
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 11, 2016

    Stroky750 , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Bisher noch keinen bug bemerkt. Features bisher auch noch keine vermisst, aber das ist ja so individuell, dass lässt sich ja kaum sagen.

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  15. Borat!
    KitKat Mar 11, 2016

    Borat! , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Bugs bemerke ich keine.
    Features sind, wie @Stroky750 es schon sagt, des einen Leid, des andren Freud. Hier vermisse ich nur das schnelle Entsperren nach PIN Eingabe, was BP mir geboten hat.

    Der Ansatz ist zu BP ein Anderer. Daher wird es die, die BP mögen nicht zu Exodus ziehen, oder gar halten.

    Mir geht es primär um den ganzheitlichen Aspekt und die Möglichkeit familienweit ein homogenes, statt heterogenes ROM Umfeld zu schaffen.
    Exodus wird, im Gegensatz zu BP, auf dem OPO, OP2 und OPX unterstützt.

  16. Borat!
    KitKat Mar 11, 2016

    Borat! , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Können die Kacheln in den Schnelleinstellungen bearbeitet werden?

  17. Whitenberg
    KitKat Mar 11, 2016

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  18. Borat!
    KitKat Mar 11, 2016

    Borat! , Mar 11, 2016 :
    Soweit so gut.
    Umstellung bezüglich den Einstellungen und der Bedienung. Logisch
    Layers statt CM Themes.
    Stabilität und Geschwindigkeit ist gut

    Akku wird die Tage zeigen

  19. fireduck712
    Froyo Mar 11, 2016

  20. Stroky750
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 12, 2016

    Stroky750 , Mar 12, 2016 :
    Endlich habe ich wieder einen vernünftigen Deepsleep.
    Die letzten Wochen habe ich das leider sonst nicht mehr erreichen können.

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