Its been a month since the Android Oreo 8.0 is released. Android Oreo is still limited to a handful of devices. Developers are trying hard to port and build oreo from source for their devices. The devices which have received unofficial builds of Oreo are not completely stable yet.

Lenovo A6000/plus which was launched in 2015 has received nearly a stable build of android oreo .According to Dev_Harsh1998 there is only one bug which is related to wifi hotspot which is glitchy sometimes(fixed). Everything else seems working fine. I myself tested this rom on my Lenovo A6000 Plus and it was a great experience to run Android Oreo for first time. It is a pure AOSP ROM. So there will be absolutely no customization options such as status bar, lockscreen etc.

Rom was smooth on my Lenovo A6000 Plus (2GB) . Battery backup is not that great but its still good for normal users. Its a 32BIT rom .It also supports F2FS , if you know how to use it then you can enable it to improve performance on 1GB ram version . You can also use Substratum Themes on Android Oreo ,I will give link on how to use them.

Today I am sharing this Android Oreo for both of the devices i.e. for Lenovo a6000 and A6000 Plus.
I will share all the steps one by one but first have a look at screenshots and a video of Android Oreo running on Lenovo A6000 Plus.


Oreo On A6000/Plus


How To Flash

WARNING-  If you flash Hex Patch then you have to wipe your internal storage . Download required files in external SD card . backup your internal storage to PC or anywhere you want . If you already flashed hex patch before then no need to wipe internal storage.

1.Download all the required files in internal storage or External SD card as you like.

2. Reboot to Recovery. Use TWRP given in files.

3. Make a backup of Current ROM (optional but recommended- backup in external SDcard if you are going to flash hex patch)

4. Now flash hex patch and then wipe Internal Storage (skip this step if you have already done before)

5. Wipe Data/Cache/System/Dalvik Cache.

6. Click Install and Select the ROM you downloaded and Slide the bottom bar to start flashing.

7. Flash Gapps.

8. Flash SuperSu.

9. Reboot. It will take 10+ minutes for first boot.

10. Well now you can enjoy your new ROM .


Harshit Jain, mshoaib7, AdrianDC, Luk1337 & Louis Popi, GZR Team

* How to use substratum on Android Oreo.

Post your comment if you face any problem while installing.