OmniROM for Various Devices - MegaList

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Gandalf

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Check official nightlies here - https://dl.omnirom.org/


Officially Supported Devices


Feel free to PM or post in here with a link to your thread for unofficial / official

I will be going through and verifying these threads for activity

Old and Not Confirmed Links to Official and/or Unofficial Builds:

Nexus Devices

Samsung Devices


HTC Devices

Sony Devices


LG Devices

Asus Devices

Oppo Devices

Motorola Devices


Acer Devices

Huawei
 
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arrrghhh

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Oh, are people releasing builds? Didn't think we were at that stage yet! Sweet.

Still trying to get mine booting...!
 

arrrghhh

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ha ha ..we have a build for Nexus 7 2013 (flo/deb) and LG Optimus 4X HD (p880) already
No I mean I thought the devs wanted people to wait for releases until more stuff was settled...

I slogged my way through the build errors on my device... seems some display thing is preventing it from booting. Or something in the RAMdisk I spose - it's just not booting, and there is no adb :(
 

arrrghhh

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What about, what about...

C'mon guys this is xda-developers. If you want to build, have at it! We're here to help.

But endless "what about my device" posts are really quite useless. Either build it yourself, or wait patiently until someone does.

I know, I'm asking too much aren't I.....
 

Entropy512

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What about, what about...

C'mon guys this is xda-developers. If you want to build, have at it! We're here to help.

But endless "what about my device" posts are really quite useless. Either build it yourself, or wait patiently until someone does.

I know, I'm asking too much aren't I.....
Where in the world did the thanks button go...

I9000 and I9100, along with any other Samsung device with unified recovery and kernel in a single image (without the FOTAKernel trick used on Sonys), are going to need some significant rework of the recovery build process. Until building TWRP on userdebug builds is fixed, these devices will only be usable if you create an eng build.

So it'll probably be at least a week or two before any of the "single unified kernel" Samsungs can be worked on as there are some nasty blockers we need to fix.
 

dstruct2k

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Where in the world did the thanks button go...
Damn good question.

I'll toy with my S3 I747 and see if I can get something to boot. What do you mean by "unified recovery and kernel in a single image"? I've never seen anything like that for the S3 (unless the S3 just happens to not have the same problem)
 
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