[ROM][Official][condor] LineageOS 14.1 for Moto E

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Jan 28, 2017
Small town in Bavaria
I built one from source. Security Patch Level December 5th 2019. If you're interrested suggest where I should upload it.
That's nice. You can drop here

4cfdc1160c1249fa08833d2a953229a3 lineage-14.1-20200118-UNOFFICIAL-condor.zip

electrohippie said:
This is an unofficial build which is not actively maintained.
It's built from the official sources without any changes.
Security-wise this ROM is better than last official, but security patch level doesn't tell the whole truth. In modern devices proprietary parts get updates from oem. In official devices the kernel gets patches by maintainer. That's all not the case for our condor.
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Oct 13, 2014
lineage-14.1-20190102-microG-condor.zip in use.
Is there anything newer with seamless microG?


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Feb 25, 2020
Hello, I am a beginner in this issues, but i took a time to read many post. I need to re birth a Old Moto E 1st gen to work, just Whatsapp and Phone calls. I understood that Nougat 7,1 woks well enough. But this link with the Official ROM, does not work.
Someone can help me? Suggestions? Thanks, George.

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    I have brought LineageOS 14.1 to condor. LineageOS is effectively a continuation of the CyanogenMod project. This is the thread for official weekly builds.

    Official weekly builds
    Lineage su addon
    My recommended TWRP build - mirror

    cmxlog official nightly changelogs

    XDA:DevDB Information
    LineageOS 14.1 for Moto E (condor), ROM for the Moto E

    squid2, LuK1337
    Source Code: https://github.com/LineageOS

    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x

    Version Information
    Status: Nightly

    Created 2016-09-13
    Last Updated 2017-01-26
    Status Update

    Apologies for the delay, I've just been very busy for the past few weeks. I don't abandon projects unless I say so, but updates come when I get time. Don't worry, you will get official CM14(.1) eventually once I feel it's ready. At the very least, I plan on doing security updates for CM13 nightlies tomorrow night, and then may put out a new CM14 or 14.1 build if I get time. Be aware that I support a lot of projects and my time is divided across a bunch of Android devices, and I also have other hobbies, work, and commitments. My Android development time is divided among:
    • TWRP: otus, surnia, lux, osprey, merlin, harpia
    • CyanogenMod: condor, otus, surnia, osprey, lux, merlin, harpia, pme (HTC 10)
    • Squid Kernel: surnia, osprey, lux, harpia
    Among these projects, I haven't updated many of these devices to CM14 yet, and my custom kernel is also in need of updates. All these projects need their turn, so I can't just put all my (limited) time into condor. This doesn't mean I don't care about you, it just means that I have a lot on my plate, so things will take time. However, if you have time and knowledge to contribute, I strongly encourage you to submit patches to fix issues on the CM gerrit. The sooner all issues are resolved, the sooner you'll get official nightlies for new CM versions.
    Official Nightlies

    I have migrated the official nightly builds for otus and condor over to CM14.1. Expect to see the first builds some time tomorrow.
    September 28 Release

    This build should be signficantly more usable than the last build. The SD card issues should be gone. I've also made SELinux enforcing after fixing a few denials. On the CM end, a lot of development has happened over the past week, so things should be more stable overall and more CM features will be present. With that said, CM14 is still in the early stages of development, so expect some bugs. As usual, the download link is in the first post.
    December 7 Build

    I've posted a new build with the latest CM sources (updated to Android 7.1.1) and my latest device and kernel changes. I haven't tested it on condor myself, but I did test a similar build for otus and it worked well, so I expect this to be fine. The otus version at least is suitable as a daily driver now.