How To Install Android 8.0 Oreo on HTC 10 [Pure Fusion Os]

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First ever Oreo build for HTC 10, this oreo build is named as Pure Fusion Os. Pure Fusion ROM based on AOSP ROM which aims to bring stability and features to your device. This ROM is very similar to the Android stock ROM. If you are interested in How to install Android 8.0 Oreo on HTC 10 [Pure Fusion Os]. Enjoy the latest Android 8.0 Oreo by installing Pure Fusion Os.

Install Pure Fusion Os on HTC 10

We will teach how you can Install Android 8.0 Oreo on HTC 10 [Pure Fusion Os]We have given all the downloadable links and download all the files. The ROM is in beta version right now, There will be bugs. At the moment, PLEASE DO NOT submit feature requests! Currently, the features listed ARE NOT YET ACTIVE. As of now, this is essentially just AOSP. This ROM may have some minor issues. This ROM is not stable for now. So, please do not use this as your daily driver.

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Features

General
*Based on AOSP
*Busybox, and Init.d support
*Pixel sounds and OEM wallpapers from factory images
*Pixel theme and Pixel navbar animation
*Pixel colors
*Bug fix’s and stability improvements
*UI Improvements (fixed a bunch google forgot to materialize)
*Rootless Substratum OMS Theme Engine support
*ADB enhancements (ADB over wifi, Hide ADB icon, colored logcat “abd logcat -C”)
*Developer settings by default
*Enabled Night mode for all devices
*Custom nightlight brightness options
*Disabled forced encryption
*Disabled tether provision checks
*Download speed in notification
*Advanced reboot menu
*Advanced screenshot functionality (long press tile/power menu for selectable screenshot)
*Back volume adjust sounds and toggle
*Advanced rotation control and lock screen rotation toggle
*Ability to lock app in landscape via rotation tile
*Advanced charging sound controls
*Advanced seekbar style animation controls
*Quick setting header Long press actions
*Ability to see app version when sideloading app
*App package name to app info screen
*Ability to launch app when touching app icon in app info screen
*Phone info shortcut to about phone/status on top
*Dynamic vendor image notification
*Additional battery saver trigger steps
*Ability to unlink notification volume from ringer volume
*Increasing ringtone option

Lock Screen
*Lockscreen item option(time, date, alarm text toggles & Clock font style)
*Double tap anywhere to sleep
*Long press power for torch
*Option to disable lock screen media art
*Option to scramble the pin entry layout
*Option to disable the pin ripple background when entering lock screen pin
*Option to disable fingerprint success vibration

Notification Drawer
*Quick settings pulldown (left, right, always)
*Smart pulldown (no ongoing, no dismissable, no notifications)
*Advanced quick settings easy toggle
*Brightness slider on/off toggle
*Haptic feedback on quick setting on/off toggle
*Ability to disable quick settings on secure lock screen
*Ability to disable the quick settings title text
*Ability to change number of quick settings columns
*Ability to change a number of rows in quick settings
*Ability to set contextual or custom header images

Recent apps
*Immersive recent
*Kill all fab
*Kill all fab location

Statusbar
*Battery customization(percentage/icon style)
*Sync battery icon with quick settings tile
*Battery bar options(location, color, style, thickness, animation)
*Carrier Label customization(placement, text)
*Clock customization(show clock, show seconds, alignment, ampm, date, date style, date position, date format)
*Network traffic meter options(enable, display units, update interval, hide arrows, auto hide, inactivity threshold)
*Statusbar icon blacklist
*Double tap on statusbar to sleep
*Status bar brightness control
*Status bar notification count
*Status bar bluetooth battery meter toggle

Navigation Bar
*Navbar toggle and Height/width options
*Navigation bar tuner
*Pixel navbar animation toggle
*Ability to enable one handed mode
*Ability to enable double tap to sleep
*Longpress back to kill
*Configurable longpress back to kill timeout

Hardware keys
*Custom key binding
*Backlight control
*Backlight brightness
*Backlight on only when buttons pressed
*Pocket Judge (disable screen and keys while light sensor blocked)
*Accidental touch protection (disable keys while touching screen)

PowerMenu
*Option to disable secure lock
*Add/remove (reboot, screenshot, screen-record, torch, airplane mode, user switcher, settings shortcut, search, voice search, lock now, soundpanel)

Volume Rocker
*Volume keys control media volume
*Volume key wake
*Volume key music control
*Volume key orientation swap
*Volume key keyboard cursor control
*Volume up and power action (screen record/selectable screenshot)
*Volume down to enter do not disturb
*Volume up to exit do not disturb
*Do not disturb volume panel switch
*Volume steps customization

Display
*Expanded desktop options
*Option to enable/disable wake on plug
*3 finger swipe for screenshot toggle
*Battery and Notification LED controls

Media & Notifications
*Ability to turn off vibration when double tapping power button for camera
*Power notification controls
*Peeking notification option(on/off, timeout, snooze length)
*Low battery notification toggle

Miscellaneous
*Ability to enable app icon on toast
*Force enable or disable scrolling cache
*Incall vibration options
*Much, much more!

Device Specific (HTC 10)
*Call recording
*Full Energy-Aware Scheduling (EAS) w/ VoxPopuli PowerHAL

Bugs

Built-in camera video not working(for now just use another camera app)
When plugged into AC charger it does not say charging for more than a couple seconds (it is still charging)
Perfd won’t start

Disclaimer

Before starting this tutorial make sure your device is rooted and has the latest custom recovery like TWRP/CWM. Androidtalkie.com is not responsible for any damage caused to your mobile during the process. DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK. How to Install Android 8.0 Oreo on HTC 10.

Pre-Requirements

  • Make sure your phone is charged up to 80%
  • Your device is rooted.
  • Make the Backup of important apps, messages, and contacts.
  • Latest CWM/ TWRP recovery must be installed.
  • Do not try this guide on any other Android device.

ScreenShots

 

Steps to Install Android 8.0 Oreo on HTC 10

  • First of all, Install TWRP Recovery HTC 10.
  • Download the Pure Fusion ROM file as well as the GApps file, and transfer it to your HTC 10 using your data cable. (put it on your SD card or pen drive, because we never know which ROM clear your data.)
  • Reboot your HTC 10 into the recovery mode by pressing Volume Down + volume up + power key.
  • Once you are in Recovery Mode, clear Wipe Cache/Dalvik and then go to install and flash the Pure Fusion Os. After this flash Super Su & GApps files, then go back and reboot it.
  • Done!!!!!

Download

Pure Fusion Os for HTC 10

Gapps

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