[OFFICIAL][WEEKLY][7.1.2] LineageOS 14.1 for i9300

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LuciferIII

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We need to upgrade our S3 guys no more new kernels for LoS 15 it would be wise of we stuck to OnePlus for future mobile phone purchases

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Xda quotes broken again...
@Noobkid77 there will be unofficial kernels for sure. Even Boeffla himself said that.
So you don't really need to worry. Our device is 2nd place on lineageoslog.com/statistics
It's all but dead ;)
 
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joeyjoey022

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Did anyone else notice that the proximity sensor turns on when you are on the lockscreen? (the leftmost cutout up top,next to earpiece turns red)
 

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Did anyone else notice that the proximity sensor turns on when you are on the lockscreen? (the leftmost cutout up top,next to earpiece turns red)
In the past there was a feature to prevent unlocking if e.g. in the pocket. I think this is a relict from that feature, i.e. the proximity sensor is activated, however the original feature (prevent unlock in the pocket) is not here.
 
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We need to upgrade our S3 guys no more new kernels for LoS 15 it would be wise of we stuck to OnePlus for future mobile phone purchases
https://www.boeffla.de/index.php/89-lineageos-15-is-coming-game-over-for-4-phones-finally

Are you really sure? Android O is just a bugfix and performance improvements update with some little new features. Only the API got a major update but the OS itself is the same Nougat we know. Unofficial Boeffla kernels will exist for sure because the same commits can be safely cherry-picked. The kernel is the same smdk4412 which was all this time. Everyone, just relax, it will be ok but developing a kernel takes so much time and Lord Boeffla is a human being like us (that's logic). Let him take a breath. There are other devs which can continue his work. ;)

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Your device may have been hit , proximity sensor Works well

You misunderstood him. His proximity sensor is working well but he noticed that it is on if you are in lockscreen activity. That is possibly a not-implemented feature like on stock TouchWiz ROMs to prevent accidental turn on of the screen.
 

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Are you really sure? Android O is just a bugfix and performance improvements update with some little new features. Only the API got a major update but the OS itself is the same Nougat we know. Unofficial Boeffla kernels will exist for sure because the same commits can be safely cherry-picked. The kernel is the same smdk4412 which was all this time. Everyone, just relax, it will be ok but developing a kernel takes so much time and Lord Boeffla is a human being like us (that's logic). Let him take a breath. There are other devs which can continue his work. ;)

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You misunderstood him. His proximity sensor is working well but he noticed that it is on if you are in lockscreen activity. That is possibly a not-implemented feature like on stock TouchWiz ROMs to prevent accidental turn on of the screen.


Yes you are right i made a mistake apology
 
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cgirerd

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Hi,
A post from the Galaxy S5 LineageOS thread that might be usefull for the S3 as well, for those of you who are using Gapps:

[/COLOR]I think I found the culprit for the performance issues of late: the Google app. I checked memory usage in LOS Settings and found the Google app used the 2nd most RAM on my phone (see screenshot,) which was unusual because I rarely use it compared to other apps.

Solution: enter the Google app's settings and disable EVERYTHING. Literally everything: OK Google, Feed, Reminders, etc. Once I did that the phone started flying. Did the same on my Shield K1 and noticed a slight performance increase too.

TL, DR: the Google app's background services use a lot of RAM, turn them off. I suspect since Google's 1st party devices are all high end devices now that they're doing less testing for lower spec'ed devices (read: devices with <4GB RAM.)

Seems to have made a difference for some of the users.
 
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Mod Edit

Talking about piracy is strictly forbidden here, don't talk about it for your own sake.

Also look in your private message inbox
 
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    First time LineageOS 14.1 installation on your Galaxy S III:
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    • Push GApps (arm) and the Lineage 14.1 zip to your device
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    Try using the I9300XXUGMK6 modem. Instructions are here.

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    LineageOS 14.1 for i9300, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S III I9300

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    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x

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    Created 2017-01-25
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    A little Oreo update for you all...

    Linux 4.17 will have support for the S3/Note 2. (So with a little bit of modification, you could install a regular Linux distro and use it on your phone!). I'm working on getting the notification LED driver submitted upstream - it should land for 4.18, probably along with support for the back/menu keys.

    I've gotten audio working, but it's in need of more testing. I also manages to test the camera:
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    I've managed to successfully load the firmware onto i9300/n7100's modem. Currently I'm working on rewriting the kernel driver that RIL communicates with - Samsung's old implementation was unnecessarily complex, and they made some interesting design decisions in the way the driver behaves... Hopefully that will be done relatively soon - you can watch the progress here
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    I've got a few updates for you all :)

    The bad news:
    A few things are broken with the HWC (Video recording is the main one at the moment). I've been quite busy recently IRL, so haven't had much time to work on this.
    Android 7.1.2 doesn't boot, something's super weird during very early boot (it hangs waiting for threads to finish before starting the system server). Fixing this is my priority for the moment.

    The good news:
    I understand a little better how the camera HAL works, hopefully I'll be able to properly fix video recording (instead of using a hack in frameworks like we do now).
    I may even have some more free time in the next few weeks (no promises...)
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    Hi!

    Android O has a lot of changes, including to the kernel. Google supports as far back as 3.10 (five years old!). Backporting these changes to Linux 3.0 (seven years old!) might be possible, but no matter how hard I try, the kernel will have huge numbers of vulnerabilities. Going forward, more and more effort will be required to continue maintaining it.

    So, before working on Oreo I've decided to port i9300/i9305/n7100/t0lte to mainline Linux. This is going to take a while - I started working on this in earnest at the end of last year. Currently, there's no OpenGL support - so instead I've been using a traditional Linux distribution to develop on.

    Currently, there's a pretty neat list of things working (keep in mind, I haven't even attempted to boot Android on this yet...):
    • Display + panel brightness (on S3 and Note 2)
    • USB
    • Capacitive keys
    • Hardware keys
    • Sensors (on S3 only)
    • Wifi
    • Notification LED
    • HDMI (untested)
    • Cameras (untested)
    • Touchscreen (on S3 and Note 2)
    • Charging

    Fortunately, the lima project exists for OpenGL on Mali 400. So far, it can render spinning cubes - but I don't think it's quite far enough to handle Android yet...

    That leaves the main things left to figure out:
    • GPS (will require a lot of work - reversing the protocol used...)
    • Modem (I've started working on i9300/n7100, but it's not yet booting fully)
    • BT (should be super easy)
    • Audio
    • Note 2 sensors
    • Note 2 S-Pen support

    You can see my progress in my github repository.
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    Builds are up! :)