[ROM][N960F][LineageOS 16.0][UNOFFICIAL][03-12-19]

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Synt4x.93

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  • Nov 15, 2016
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    What's working:
    • Wi-Fi
    • Bluetooth
    • Mobile Network (Calling, Data, etc.)
    • Audio (Stereo Speakers)
    • GPS
    • NFC
    • Camera
    • Fingerprint Sensor
    • S-Pen Basics
    • HDMI
    • MTP
    • Call Recording
    • HWC
    • Signal Strength
    • Encryption

    What's not working:
    • Iris sensor does not work because AOSP upstream does not support that yet.
    • IMS services (VoLTE, VoWiFi, etc). Samsung has their own proprietary implementation. It is not really possible to easily port that to LineageOS.

    Bugs:
    • S-Pen/Mouse will cause small graphical glitches during button animations sometimes.

    Instructions:
    • Make sure TWRP has been installed and is functional
    • Download the latest build and CSF9 vendor.img (optionally gapps and magisk if needed)
    • Reboot to recovery
    • Wipe data and cache (required if you switch from other ROMs)
    • Flash the vendor image
    • Flash the latest build (then gapps and magisk if needed)
    • Reboot

    How to update builds?
    • Do not wipe anything unless stated in the changelog
    • Flash only the rom.zip and it will automatically reinstall your gapps, magisk etc
    • use /system/addon.d if you would like to keep system mods after an update

    Downloads:

    Telegram Group:
    @exynos9810

    Paypal:
    synt4x93
    abtekk

    Contributors: @abtekk, @CodeFox, @jesec, @farovitus, @Eamo5, @Ivan_Meler + many others that i cant remember, commit history is on my github.
    Source Code: https://github.com/LineageOS/
    Device Trees + Kernel: https://github.com/synt4x93/

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Last Updated: 03-12-19
    ROM OS Version: 9 Pie
    ROM Kernel: Linux 4.9.202
    Vendor: N960FXXS4CSJ1

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Lineage-16.0, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9
     

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    phil.asmar

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    Sep 4, 2012
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    Everyone does. Seems to be an issue with the Pixel Launcher its self. You can use Lawnchair if you want an equivalent.

    I downloaded a random launcher from the store but Ill try Lawnchair.
    I also noticed that the camera stopped working.
    When i first installed the rom it was working, and after a while it kept force closing.
    I cant manage to get it to work anymore.
     

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      What's working:
      • Wi-Fi
      • Bluetooth
      • Mobile Network (Calling, Data, etc.)
      • Audio (Stereo Speakers)
      • GPS
      • NFC
      • Camera
      • Fingerprint Sensor
      • S-Pen Basics
      • HDMI
      • MTP
      • Call Recording
      • HWC
      • Signal Strength
      • Encryption

      What's not working:
      • Iris sensor does not work because AOSP upstream does not support that yet.
      • IMS services (VoLTE, VoWiFi, etc). Samsung has their own proprietary implementation. It is not really possible to easily port that to LineageOS.

      Bugs:
      • S-Pen/Mouse will cause small graphical glitches during button animations sometimes.

      Instructions:
      • Make sure TWRP has been installed and is functional
      • Download the latest build and CSF9 vendor.img (optionally gapps and magisk if needed)
      • Reboot to recovery
      • Wipe data and cache (required if you switch from other ROMs)
      • Flash the vendor image
      • Flash the latest build (then gapps and magisk if needed)
      • Reboot

      How to update builds?
      • Do not wipe anything unless stated in the changelog
      • Flash only the rom.zip and it will automatically reinstall your gapps, magisk etc
      • use /system/addon.d if you would like to keep system mods after an update

      Downloads:

      Telegram Group:
      @exynos9810

      Paypal:
      synt4x93
      abtekk

      Contributors: @abtekk, @CodeFox, @jesec, @farovitus, @Eamo5, @Ivan_Meler + many others that i cant remember, commit history is on my github.
      Source Code: https://github.com/LineageOS/
      Device Trees + Kernel: https://github.com/synt4x93/

      Version Information
      Status: Stable
      Last Updated: 03-12-19
      ROM OS Version: 9 Pie
      ROM Kernel: Linux 4.9.202
      Vendor: N960FXXS4CSJ1

      XDA:DevDB Information
      Lineage-16.0, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9
      5
      17-07-19 Changelog -

      • 4.9.185
      • kernel tweaks
      • disabled zswap
      • drivedroid support
      3
      Only on MEGA and newest is 24-10 :)

      01-11-19 now.
      Flash CSI5 vendor (it is on my mega)
      2
      I am not a dev (yet) but Reading from previous posts Unfortunately most of the Spen features are heavily dependant on other parts of Samsungs ROM, so porting it is not that easy,

      I have posted once how I (kind of) compensated for the losing the spen features in this post, check it out
      Watch the video I posted too, it will show you the stupid hackery :D

      One thing I noticed, that if you install Samsung Notes app from the store, it keeps crashing if you call it from app drawer, but if you create a snote widget you can open up the app and use it.
      I heard that editing the name of the device to Smth like htc in the build.prop will make the app work, I havent tried it yet, honestly Squid (the app) is good enough for me..

      With GMD spen control + tasker + Squid, I simulated off screen memo (with some delay)

      And with xposed edge (needs ed xposed) you can kind of compensate for the smart select feature with the pen feature in xposed edge..

      I havent researched since then. Maybe more apps were released that make aosp life better, I wont be surprised if something that utilizes spen bluetooth capability came out.

      Cheers