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About Citric-OS:

CitricOS Image

Citric OS is a custom skin based upon AOSP. It targets being unique, essential and stable; providing a pleasing user experience.

How to build Citric-OS for your device

Build Environment

  • Tested and Working on any version of Ubuntu - 14.04, 14.10, 15.04, 16.04, 18.04, 20.04 (64-bit)
  • Any other distribution based of the Ubuntu Distro such as Lubuntu, Xubuntu and etc.
  • Any form of Terminal
  • Decent hardware (minimum of at least a quad core CPU and 16 GB of RAM)
  • A storage unit of any kind (We recommend utilizing SSDs as Mechanical HDDs slow down the build proccess drastically and the minimum storage size is 70GB. Having more will be useful with CCache[More on that later])
  • Required Packages should have been installed

Preparing Build Environment

Before we build, we need to prepare the environment to be able to build.

We recommend to use @akhilnarang's scripts

     git clone
     cd scripts && bash setup/

Downloading Citric-OS Source Codes

Create build folder

     mkdir ~/citric
     cd ~/citric

To get started with the building process, you'll need to get familiar with Git and Repo.

To initialize your local repository, use a command like this:

     repo init -u -b slime

To save time, space and internet data, sync with --depth=1 :

     repo init --depth=1 -u -b slime

Then to sync up

     repo sync -c --force-sync --no-tags --no-clone-bundle -j$(nproc --all) --optimized-fetch --prune

Finally to build

From root directory of Project, perform following commands in terminal

     source build/
     lunch citric_<devicecodename>-userdebug
     m citric