422 The Scene Android around LineageOS continues to work at forced marches and achieving more than outstanding advances. Recent acquaintances…
The Scene Android around LineageOS continues to work at forced marches and achieving more than outstanding advances. Recent acquaintances put us on the trail of the first version of LineageOS 15.1 , based on Android 8.1 Oreo , for him Samsung Galaxy S9 .
Less than a month ago, the development team of the ROM AOSP most popular, LineageOS; announced the distribution of the source code of LineageOS 15.1. The main novelty was the adaptation of Android 8.1 Oreo. Since then, and thanks to Project Treble , we have seen how they have added to the list of compatible models those with support for the new type of partitions driven by Google. Among these are the Honor View 10, Huawei Mate 10 , in addition to others such as OnePlus 5 , the last Nexus Y Xiaomi Mi 5 .
However, the list will continue to grow as developers advance in their work software adaptation . That is what begins to happen around the Samsung Galaxy S9, model in which they have already managed to run a firmware in the testing phase of LineageOS 15.1.
At least that is what they show in XDA , the Android community par excellence on a global level. There all the advances of the Scene are projected, and the adaptation of the ROM AOSP for him Samsung Galaxy S9 It seems that it starts to work. And is that after the initial problems detected that prevented the execution of LineageOS 15.1, the work of the developers has finally paid off.
While there is no such thing as a public ROM, the available information shows that the first one could appear soon. firmware . For now, we only know that it has been possible to install it in the developer’s testing environment. This is reflected in the capture that we attach below.
Undoubtedly, great news for fans of this world, who will see Project Treble an important tool to give life to ROM AOSP . To test a button since to date, after a year in the market, advances around the Samsung Galaxy S8 have been much less highlighted if we compare them with the events recorded around Samsung Galaxy S9 , which has only been available in the market for a few weeks.