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By gibranm, Senior Member on 3rd June 2018, 01:40 PM
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TeamHorizon's XenonHD rom builds for Samsung Galaxy S7/S7E (hero(2)lte)
http://www.xenonhd.com/

XenonHD is a custom firmware aka ROM for various Android devices. It is based on LineageOS 15.1 with additional features, performance and battery life improvements.
The idea behind XenonHD is to give users a ROM that is "blazing fast, rock stable and buttery smooth".



Device Sources:
Source Code

Download Links:
ROM: Flat
Gapps: opengapps.org

Flashing Instructions:

To install this ROM you will need to have a latest custom Recovery such as TWRP installed.
  • Copy the downloaded ROM to your phone.
  • Boot into your recovery
  • Back up your ROM
  • Make a full wipe (system, data, cache, dalvik)
  • Install the ROM
  • Install GAPPS package
  • Reboot - the first boot can take up to 5 minutes
Installing updates:
  • Copy the downloaded update to your phone.
  • Boot into your recovery
  • Back up your ROM
  • Install the update
  • Optionally wipe caches
  • Reboot

Other Links:
Github
Google+
Telegram





XDA:DevDB Information
XenonHD 8.1, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S7

Contributors
gibranm, PureEnergyy
Source Code: https://github.com/ivanmeler/android..._universal8890

ROM OS Version: 8.x Oreo
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
Based On: LineageOS

Version Information
Status: Beta

Created 2018-06-03
Last Updated 2018-06-04
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4th June 2018, 07:38 PM |#2  
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4/6/2018:
Synced repos
Enabled SDCardFS
Changes to Bluetooth (Improved calls etc..)
Other audio HAL changes
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Download Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hqm...ew?usp=sharing
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21st June 2018, 06:29 PM |#3  
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Many thanks for sharing your work with us!
I really like Xenon, it has everything I want and not too many things I don't need.
Flashed it with Gapps pico and also Magisk 16.4 although people on other ROMs have more reboots with Magisk than with other root solutions. I wanted to see for myself cause l'm a well below average user. I also use Substratum with a blue grey theme and another little dark theme.
Use the ROM (my first real taste of Oreo) for a couple of days now and random soft reboots are there but haven't had many.
I did first setup very slowly and then let it settle for 10 minutes and had no reboots there.
Battery life is close to stock for me.
Thanks again, I really hope this will be alive for a while.
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Originally Posted by Pat750

Many thanks for sharing your work with us!
I really like Xenon, it has everything I want and not too many things I don't need.
Flashed it with Gapps pico and also Magisk 16.4 although people on other ROMs have more reboots with Magisk than with other root solutions. I wanted to see for myself cause l'm a well below average user. I also use Substratum with a blue grey theme and another little dark theme.
Use the ROM (my first real taste of Oreo) for a couple of days now and random soft reboots are there but haven't had many.
I did first setup very slowly and then let it settle for 10 minutes and had no reboots there.
Battery life is close to stock for me.
Thanks again, I really hope this will be alive for a while.

Don't worry. I'll do an update as soon as the rebase is out
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22nd June 2018, 11:56 PM |#5  
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One good thing is that you can adjust music loudness steps to 60, but when I did that my little BT speeker nearly exploded. Luckily it was set to a very low level and it was still at a low level when set to 60...but loud as hell
Maybe a log (with sound turned off) would help?
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One good thing is that you can adjust music loudness steps to 60, but when I did that my little BT speeker nearly exploded. Luckily it was set to a very low level and it was still at a low level when set to 60...but loud as hell
Maybe a log (with sound turned off) would help?

Adjusting steps doesn't actually increase max volume. It just allows you to increase volume by smaller increments
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24th June 2018, 12:24 AM |#7  
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Adjusting steps doesn't actually increase max volume. It just allows you to increase volume by smaller increments

Yes I know that.
But when I was listening on a BT speeker at low volume step I changed the steps to 60 and suddenly it was very loud although still set to step 5 of 60, so max volume was on a low step.
On standard setting step 5 of 15 isn't that loud.
26th June 2018, 09:56 PM |#8  
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My sd card is formatted as exfat and everytime I rename a folder ROM does hard reboot. Tried with Total Commander and MiXplorer. Renaming files works.
Log made with MatLog.
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File Type: txt folderrenamecrash.txt - [Click for QR Code] (52.2 KB, 6 views)
6th October 2018, 11:22 PM |#9  
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Originally Posted by gibranm

Don't worry. I'll do an update as soon as the rebase is out

If I had a wish it would be a final version of Xenon with latest updates...
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