Easy way to add custom packages to a LineageOS4MicroG ROM

So you have figured out how to build your own custom ROM using Docker…if not click here. Once you have become an expert at it you would want to add a custom touch to the build. I realized that I was downloading a few apps which I wanted to use. For example – twitter, whatsapp, nextcloud and so on. Now remember these are apps which are not going to be installed by default as they are owned by different organizations and due to licensing issues they cannot and will not be a part of any Lineage ROM that you will … Continue reading Easy way to add custom packages to a LineageOS4MicroG ROM

Build a LineageOs4MicroG ROM using Docker on Ubuntu

One month back if anyone had said that I could build a ROM using Docker I would have laughed. I had taught myself how to build a custom ROM for my cell phone the hard way. I have three phones at home. The three phones have three different flavors of the Android Operating system. My current daily driver is a MiA1 tissot. The phone was released with Nougat and was later updated to Oreo. The current version of Oreo is 8.1. The phone is officially supported by LineageOs4MicroG. That is where I decided to try my hand at using Docker … Continue reading Build a LineageOs4MicroG ROM using Docker on Ubuntu

How to flash lineage official OTA on the MiA1

Let me explain the process of how to flash lineage official OTA on the MiA1. The reason why this needs a separate post is because it is slightly complicated and the chances of failure are high. The process of flashing the lineage ROM on the MiA1 has changed now that we have a signed Over the Air (OTA) ROM coming in every week on Tuesday. I am assuming that you have a basic understanding about flashing ROM’s  and understand why custom ROM’s are flashed. I am also assuming you know about platform tools like adb and fastboot and have a … Continue reading How to flash lineage official OTA on the MiA1