How to Compile

Getting started #

To get started with PitchBlack Recovery, you’ll need to get familiar with Git and Repo.

To initialize your local repository using the minimal-manifest-twrp omni trees to build PBRP with oreo manifest, use a command like this:

$ repo init -u git://github.com/PitchBlackRecoveryProject/manifest_pb.git -b android-8.1

For Initial Low RAM Devices or older MTK Devices:

$ repo init -u git://github.com/PitchBlackRecoveryProject/manifest_pb.git -b android-6.0

To initialize a shallow clone, which will save even more space, use a command like this:

$ repo init --depth=1 -u git://github.com/PitchBlackRecoveryProject/manifest_pb.git -b android-8.1

For Initial Low RAM Devices:

$ repo init --depth=1 -u git://github.com/PitchBlackRecoveryProject/manifest_pb.git -b android-6.0

For Upgrade Encryption Devices i.e., POCO, Oneplus 6, Using Stock Oreo or Pie with pie manifest

$ repo init -u git://github.com/PitchBlackRecoveryProject/manifest_pb.git -b android-9.0

Then to sync up:

$ repo sync

omni_device.mk sample #

# Inherit from those products. Most specific first.
$(call inherit-product, $(SRC_TARGET_DIR)/product/core_64_bit.mk) -- only for 64bit phones

# Inherit from device
$(call inherit-product, device//device.mk) -- path to main device makefile

# Inherit common product files.
$(call inherit-product, vendor/pb/config/common.mk)

# Set those variables here to overwrite the inherited values.
BOARD_VENDOR :=
PRODUCT_BRAND :=
PRODUCT_DEVICE :=
PRODUCT_NAME := omni_device
PRODUCT_MANUFACTURER :=
PRODUCT_MODEL :=
TARGET_VENDOR :=  

Then to build:

     $ cd <source-dir>

     $ . build/envsetup.sh

     $ lunch omni_<device>-eng

     $ mka recoveryimage

If it fails to build:

     $ export LC_ALL=C

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