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[ROM][SM-T510][UNOFFICIAL] LineageOS 16.0 for Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)

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Apr 30, 2011
Does android 11 support pokemon spoofer? I flash leneage 9.0 and still can not pass safetynet cts profliel.
I don't even know what pokeman spoofer is, much less if it is supported in Android 11. But if you can't revert to Android 9, what other choice do you have but to try 11?


Dec 29, 2019
Hey! Does this version come with OneUI? I'm looking to use my T510 in Kiosk Mode and I can't seem to get rid of OneUI, no matter what commands I use. disabling systemui doesn't work! I really need help with that.


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May 22, 2021
Fairly certain I followed all the steps but it has been a very long time since I've used Odin. Here's the failure log. Any idea where I'm going wrong? Tried running Odin as Administrator, same results. Thanks in advance for any help.

edit: Just tried your Nexus ROM and same results

<ID:0/004> Added!!
<OSM> Enter CS for MD5..
<OSM> Check MD5.. Do not unplug the cable..
<OSM> Please wait..
<OSM> Checking MD5 finished Sucessfully..
<OSM> Leave CS..
<ID:0/004> Odin engine v(ID:3.1303)..
<ID:0/004> File analysis..
<ID:0/004> Total Binary size: 1487 M
<ID:0/004> SetupConnection..
<ID:0/004> Initialzation..
<ID:0/004> Get PIT for mapping..
<ID:0/004> Firmware update start..
<ID:0/004> NAND Write Start!!
<ID:0/004> SingleDownload.
<ID:0/004> boot.img
<ID:0/004> product.img
<ID:0/004> FAIL!
<ID:0/004> Complete(Write) operation failed.
<OSM> All threads completed. (succeed 0 / failed 1)
Same problem here..you fix that

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    In the spirit of moving custom ROM development along for the 2019 Galaxy Tab A 10.1 [SM-T510], here's a build of LineageOS 16.0 I just created based on the latest OEM firmware and @AndyYan's latest LineageOS 16.0 GSI. It's very much a work in progress, but it should hopefully help blaze the trail for even better work.

    • The current process requires you to reset to factory defaults to remove file-based encryption. Remember to backup your data!
    • Custom kernels are specific to OEM releases, and this one is based on the February 2020 Update (T510XXS3ATB4).
    • Stock recovery will be replaced with my latest TWRP build for the SM-T510..
    • This is built with root support (enabled in Developer Options). To remove (and enable vendor spoofing), just run "/system/bin/phh-securize.sh" with root access.
    • This is unofficial and unsupported, so the usual caveats apply. Since we don't flash the bootloader, you should be able recover from any problems...but nothing is guaranteed.

    Not working:
    • Support for file-based encryption


    Change Log:
    • New private build of LineageOS GSI with April 2020 Security Patch.
    • Updated to the OEM T510XXS3ATB4 kernel and vendor partition.
    • Fixed Double Tap to Wake feature (enabled in Phh Treble Settings).
    • Fixed crash on first two attempts to launch Phh Treble Settings.
    • New private build of LineageOS GSI with the above fixes (#663 & #1228).
    • New LineageOS GSI build of treble_a64_bvN target with March 2020 Security Update.
    • Switched to ext2simg for sparse image conversion to improve Odin compatibility and reduce download size.
    • Updated to T510XXS2ASK5 kernel (November 2019 Update)
    • MTP file transfers should now work even with USB Debugging disabled.
    • Charging after full shutdown will no longer hang during level-of-charge animation.
    • Updated to T510XXS2ASK1 kernel (November 2019 Update)

    From OEM stock firmware:
    • Unlock bootloader
    • Hold Vol Up & Vol Down buttons during restart to enter Download mode
    • Install custom ROM tarball (.tar.md5 file) to AP with Odin
    • If TWRP launches, factory reset with Wipe->Format Data and reboot to system. (Not necessary for incremental upgrades.)
    From existing TWRP install:
    • Hold Power & Vol Up during restart to enter TWRP recovery
    • Factory reset with Wipe->Format Data. (Not necessary for incremental upgrades.)
    • Tap Install, select your update (.zip file), and then swipe to install
    • Reboot to system


    • Your support is always appreciated! Just click here.
    • I'm leveraging a ton of work done by @AndyYan and @phhusson for Treble GSIs, so please show them some love here and here!
    New release today, and I'm now building LineageOS GSI myself and so can ensure we get the latest security updates.

    Change Log:
    • New LineageOS GSI build of treble_a64_bvN target with March 2020 Security Update.
    • Switched to ext2simg for sparse image conversion to improve Odin compatibility and reduce download size.
    • Updated to T510XXS2ASK5 kernel (November 2019 Update)
    Leaving my own donation link here if anyone's feeling like it: https://paypal.me/AndyCGYan

    One thing to note: LineageOS includes LiveDisplay and Night Light which affect the tone of the display (I like colder displays), but on this device both features lag the UI horribly, probably due to lack of HW acceleration. In this case, try the build.prop trick here to make things perceptibly smooth.
    Is this version of Lineage OS you're using here 64bit?
    No, since all the OEM firmware released for this device so far has been ARM32 with 64-bit binder. This makes sense for the 2GB config (since 32-bit has a smaller memory and disk footprint), but we miss out on a few Google apps (like Recorder) that have only been released in 64-bit. If we want to build ARM64 for this device, we'll need to adapt the vendor partition from another Exynos 7904 device like the Galaxy A40.

    Also love your Nexus 9 variant, which one of these two roms should I go for in your opinion? I basically just want the most decluttered/smoothest/lightest OS and am pretty much only going to play TFT on this tablet (which takes quite some juice)
    My favorite right now is the Nexus Stock for Android Pie, which is based on LineageOS 16.0 (LP) that I now build myself and find at this point is more stable and smooth than custom ROMs built on LineageOS 17.1 (LQ). If you want to further debloat, you can just reboot to TWRP and delete the LineageOS or Google apps you feel you don't need. (Look in /system_root/system/app.)
    Is this ROM still being updated or worked on? Just curious been 2 months and nothing from the OP. Thanks.
    I'll update it with the latest kernel source when I get back from holiday, but I wouldn't expect much because there haven't been any GSI updates from @AndyYan.