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All the source code for LineageOS is available in the LineageOS Github repo. And if you would like to contribute to LineageOS, please visit out Gerrit Code Review.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Root is not included by default on LineageOS 14.1. You need to install an add-on via recovery. You only need to install this once. You can download the SU add-on here
After installation go to Settings>Developer Options>Root access and set to Apps only or Apps and ADB.

LineageOS comes with LineageOS Recovery by default, if you don't like it (like me ) you can flash alternative recoveries using IsoRec. You really need 1GB /system partition. The smallest build-configuration is larger than 512mb. You can use ODIN, but you can also use Lanchon's REPIT.

If you're interested in BLN, check this thread for a complete support of this feature.
If you're interested to go to emulated-storage, check this thread.

Official LineageOS Wiki: http://wiki.lineageos.org/
Changelog: https://www.lineageoslog.com/14.1/i9100

LineageOS official nightly builds
https://download.lineageos.org/i9100

Google Apps:
http://opengapps.org/


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Lineage OS 14.1, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S II

Contributors
rINanDO, lysergic acid, serenitys
ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
Based On: LineageOS

Version Information
Status: Nightly

Created 2017-02-13
Last Updated 2017-04-20
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gapps link dead
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[i9100] Useful fixes for LineageOS 14.1 [7.1.2]
[i9100] Useful fixes for LineageOS 14.1 [7.1.2]
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gapps link dead

I think ist is just a mistake and should mean "open gapps"

http://opengapps.org/

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Info 2 Which GApps exactly?
Just to prevent from questions like "which GApps architecture and version do I need?"

This link will show you the minimal OpenGapps variant independently of your last visits (cookies never forget you)

http://opengapps.org/?download=false...1&variant=pico

(so only the variant needs to be changed if you prefer bigger packages)

Edit: Check this post to see how to create a customizable config that allows you to control the OpenGApps installer, e.g. to downsize bigger GApps packages for flashing Pixel Launcher while skipping other components you don't want. Included a sample config-file there as well.
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I have questions:
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upgrade of CM 13?
TWRP emuled storage installation and new repit procedure?
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from cm-13.0-20161218-nightly to lineageOS 14.1
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In General forum? Why not in Original Android Development?

Hi everyone, I am a low-average level user so I wonder if there is a step-by-step guide to upgrade my I9100-international from cm13 to lineageOS 14.1
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Hi everyone, I am a low-average level user so I wonder if there is a step-by-step guide to upgrade my I9100-international from cm13 to lineageOS 14.1

Only if you're coming from cm13 without losing data (i.e. your apps installed). Otherwise - wipe clean and install the recent nightly only (and gapps if you wish).
-3. Get a good cup of coffee.
-2. You must have at least 1GB partition of /system. If not, first repartition your storage (see OP) and then come back to here to proceed.
-1. Proceed to oficial download site: "https://download.lineageos.org/i9100 for the current build, https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=154035 for the experimental build, thanks to @ale5000 for uploading this for us.
0. Download the latest 2 following files: Nightly and Experimental (as for now lineage-14.1-20170208-experimental-i9100-signed.zip and lineage-14.1-20170208-nightly-i9100-signed.zip). Verify their md5 checksum to prevent errors, it is vital to do so.
Optional - download gapps from http://opengapps.org/ for android 7.1, ARM (the nano is fine for me).

1. Boot into recovery. Install the "experimental" zip (Dirty flash! No wipes!).
1.5. You can reboot now into system, just to get a systemUI crash errors and a blank screen. Pretty useless. If you got to here then force reboot to recovery and proceed to step 2.
2. Reboot into recovery! Install the "Nightly" zip and gapps.
3. Wipe cache and boot to system.

There you go kiddo'.
Good luck!
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