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How to Install Android Pie 9.0 GSI on Moto G5 Plus [Treble / Generic System image]

Here we are sharing the first ported Android Pie 9.0 GSI for Motorola Moto G5 Plus based on Android Pie 9.0. GSI is also known as a Generic System image. We already shared the complete list of devices supported for Android Pie 9.0 Generic System image (GSI). This guide will help you to install the Android Pie 9.0 GSI on Moto G5 Plus (potter).

Talking about the specifications, Moto G5 features a 5.0-inches display whereas Moto G5 Plus sports a 5.2-inches display. Both have a screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. Moto G5 powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 whereas G5 Plus has 625 processor coupled with either 3/4GB of RAM. The phone packs 16GB (G5) and 32GB (G5 Plus) internal memory. The camera on the Moto G5 comes with 12 MP and G5 Plus has 13MP. On the front, both have 5 MP selfie camera. It has a fingerprint sensor on the front.

Google finally revealed the next version of Android OS called Android 9.0 Pie. The update is been rolling out to Pixel phones now. The currently supported devices are Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Google announced the Android Pie beta preview earlier this year and includes lots of new features. Google also say’s that the devices that were a part of the Android P developer preview program with brands such as Sony, Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus, Essential, and more along with some Android One phones, will get the Android 9.0 Pie in the fall.

As we all know, Google introduced the Project treble last year with the Android 8.0 Oreo. Project Treble has made it easier for OEMs to port newer Android versions to their devices, but it has also made it easy for Custom ROM developments. With the help of project treble, every company can easily skin their Android OS to their preferences in a very quick and easy way.

How to Install Android Pie 9.0 GSI on Moto G5 Plus [Treble / Generic System image]

Motorola Moto G5 Plus Now Supports Project Treble

Now we have a good news for Motorola Moto G5 Plus (potter) users. You can now download and install the Android Pie 9.0 GSI on Moto G5 Plus. Full Credits to the XDA Recognized Developer erfanoabdi who just ported the Android P beta version from Google Pixel XL(marlin) with the help of project treble. Recently, The ROM development community has completely boosted Custom ROM development with the help of Project treble. We’ve seen the Lineage OS, Resurrection Remix, Mokee OS, Pixel Experience has made their way to support most of the budget device based on Kirin, Exynos, Lineage, and other obscure brands.

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In this guide, you can now install the Android Pie 9.0 GSI on Moto G5 Plus (potter). You can just follow the below guide to enjoy the new Android Pie 9.0 before it’s official rollout. There is no confirmation whether the Motorola will officially support Android Pie 9.0 on Motorola Moto G5 Plus smartphone.

Steps to Install Android Pie 9.0 GSI on Moto G5 Plus (potter):

Well, you heard it correct and you are in the right place. You can now flash the Android Pie 9.0 Generic System image on Motorola Moto G5 Plus using the project treble 8.1 vendor. Before flashing, make sure to download the pre-required drivers and ROM package.

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Pre-Requisite:

Required ROM and Gapps Package:

Instructions to Flash:

To flash the Android Pie 9.0 GSI on Moto G5 Plus, you need the latest TWRP Recovery 3.2.1-1 or higher. If you already have, then make sure to download the above-given links.

  1. First of all, make sure to download and move all the above required ROM packages on your Moto G5 Plus Internal storage.
  2. Extract the P-DP4-sGSI-Aonly.zip file. Complete Guide on How to extract any Zip file on Android devices.
  3. Now reboot your phone into TWRP Recovery and Swipe Allow Modifications (Appears for the first time only)
  4. Once you are in TWRP Recovery, first of all. Take a complete backup of stock or custom ROM using TWRP.
  5. Now wipe the cache, data, and system before flashing the new Android Pie 9.0 on Moto G5 Plus.
  6. To Wipe data: Go to Wipe —> Advanced Wipe and select Dalvik/ART cache, cache, System, Vendor, and Data and then swipe to wipe. [su_note note_color=”#fef0ef” text_color=”#000000″]Warning: Make sure not to select Internal storage[/su_note]TWRP Wipe System Data and Cache Screenshot
  7. You can now flash the Lineage OS lineage-15.1-2018xxxx-potter.zip
  8. To flash Lineage OS on Moto G5 Plus: In TWRP Recovery, tap on Install button –> select lineage-15.1-2018xxxx-potter.zip and swipe to flash. MK81.0-whyred-2018xxxxx-NIGHTLY.zip
  9. Now flash the extracted image file on TWRP: Tap on Install Button —> Select the extracted P-DP4 image file –> Swipe to flash TWRP Flash IMAGE File
  10. You have to mount the partition before flashing the remaining POST-sGSI zip file on your Moto G5 Plus. Follow the procedure to mount the partition. To mount, Tap on Mount button –> Select System and Vendor. Mount-TWRP-partition
  11. Now you can flash the POST-sGSI_1.zip, POST-sGSI_2.zip and POST-sGSI_3.zip on your Moto G5 Plus –> TWRP –> Install –> select the post-sGSI zip file
  12. Once you are done, now flash the P lag Fix.Zip file.
  13. Again Mount System and vendor partitions just like 10th step
  14. Now flash incall.zip to fix the incall sound issue.
  15. Now reboot and enjoy Android Pie 9.0 GSI on Moto G5 Plus (potter).

I hope this guide was helpful to install the Android Pie 9.0 Generic System image on Moto G5 Plus using the project treble 8.1 vendor.

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Comments

  1. I have 2 questions for this news.

    Is it suitable for my phone (g5s plus and its android os was 7.1.1) ? And if it is ok for me then is this pie the stable os ? ( how many features added and … how many bug still exist ? )

    Thanks !

  2. accidently wiped internal storage, followed all the step but my phone is not updating, what should i do

  3. What I should do if I am using pixel experience 8.1 currently?
    Do I have to follow all the initial steps above?

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