[ROM][UNOFFICIAL-ABANDONED][11] LineageOS 18.1 for Samsung Galaxy S5 (klte*)

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Well since official 18.1 is out, will clean install that.

But just wondering, if I install the opengapps 11 test release ( or any gapps release ), does one just flash the new stable release of opengapps from recovery when it is out or is a wipe/format also needed for updating gapps?

If its just simply flash the update, does it reset all the settings of google apps back to default?

thanks
 

x2k13

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Well since official 18.1 is out, will clean install that.

But just wondering, if I install the opengapps 11 test release ( or any gapps release ), does one just flash the new stable release of opengapps from recovery when it is out or is a wipe/format also needed for updating gapps?

If its just simply flash the update, does it reset all the settings of google apps back to default?

thanks
I just dirty-flashed to 18.1 using opengapps 11 test nano without issues.
 
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I just dirty-flashed to 18.1 using opengapps 11 test nano without issues.

What I meant was, now you have ogapps 11 test installed, when opengapps 11 releases stable version and not test version, will you update it by just flashing it from recovery, and will all google apps still have all its settings unchanged, or will something need to be wiped/formatted first and will all the google apps installed be reset to default settings etc..?
 

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Magisk 22.1 & SafetyNet Test



Try with Magisk 22.1 which fix some bugs: https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releases

Does it say "Requires Additional Setup" and reboot? If not, reboot anyway.

It's just a bug with the SafetyNet test API in Magisk 22.0 & 22.1 & that has been reported many times in the XDA Magisk support thread.

Test with apps like SafetyNet Test or SafetyNet Helper Sample for example.


The most recent Canary fixed the SafetyNet test but is not required to make Magisk root work.

I installed stable Magisk 22.1 on both my S5 G900M LineageOS 17.1 & S3 i9300 LineageOS 14.1 & they both pass the SafetyNet test with other apps as you can see in the attached screenshots.
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No idea how to use a Canary version or where to find it. I had the newest version of Magisk.

I will try this on the recently released official version of LOS 18.1
 

jimsters

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Hi
I hope im ok to post this.
this isnt a complaint, just issues ive found with this install.

Ive had this installed working daily on my 2nd phone for a while.

1. I can not seem to enable wifi hotspot?
When i turn it on, it turns itself back off again after a few seconds?
My network does support wifihotspot and there are no restrictions using my phone as a hotspot with my network plan.
Wifi hotspot used to work on stock samsumng android.
This is a big issue for me, i need to use my phone as a hotspot


2. Bluetooth for audio.
When i turn on bluetooth and try to stream audio, the phone crashes fairly quickly every time.
There is no specific timeframe, but if i stream audio, sooner or later, the phone will crash, stop the audio and the phone require a reset.


3. Streaming audio from TuneIn or Youtube music.
TuneIn radio streaming service makes the phone crash ever time its used after a while.
Other sreaming services also seem to crash the phone like youtube and youtube music.
 

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    @jimsters sure it's ok to post but might get more attention if not posted in an abandoned thread. 😉
    This is official now.
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    @jimsters sure it's ok to post but might get more attention if not posted in an abandoned thread. 😉
    This is official now.
    ah ok thanks
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    LineageOS is a free, community built, aftermarket firmware distribution of Android 11, which is designed to increase performance and reliability over stock Android for your device.

    LineageOS is based on the Android Open Source Project with extra contributions from many people within the Android community. It can be used without any need to have any Google application installed. You will need to provide your own Google Applications package (gapps) . LineageOS does still include various hardware-specific code, which is also slowly being open-sourced anyway.

    Base source code is available in the LineageOS Github repo. And if you would like to contribute to the project, please visit our Gerrit Code Review.

    Device source code:
    Kernel source code:
    My picks:

    Build Compatibility:
    The noted models are the only ones supported. If you have a model that isn't listed and ask politely then I might work to add compatibility.​
    BuildModel
    klteSM-G900F, SM-G900M, SM-G900R4, SM-G900R7, SM-G900T, SM-G900V, SM-G900W8
    klteactivexxSM-G870F
    klteaioSM-G900AZ, SM-S902L
    kltechnSM-G9006V, SM-G9008V
    kltechnduoSM-G9006W, SM-G9008W, SM-G9009W
    klteduosSM-G900FD, SM-G900MD
    kltedvSM-G900I, SM-G900P
    kltekdiSC-04F, SCL23
    kltekorSM-G900K, SM-G900L, SM-G900S

    Downloads:
    Installation Instructions:
    • Download latest build
    • Boot into recovery
      • Lineage recovery images are included in the download section and that's what I support. If you feel like using TWRP and something isn't working then take it up with the TWRP maintainer
    • If not updating from one of my earlier unofficial builds, then format/system, /data, and /cache
      • For Lineage recovery:
        • Format -> Format data/factory reset (this does /data and /cache)
        • Format -> Format system partition
      • For TWRP figure it out. And no, "wipe data" isn't the same as formatting data
    • Install LineageOS zip
    • If this is your initial installation of LineageOS 18.1, then flash any addons (e.g., gapps)
    Reporting Bugs:
    • DO NOT even think about reporting bugs if you are running a custom kernel, Magisk, or Xposed
    • Grab a logcat after the problem has occurred
    • If there is a random reboot then grab /proc/last_kmsg. A logcat AFTER the reboot will be worthless
    • Note which build AND device you have
    • Read the thread, at least the last month's worth of posts. Don't report things that others already have.
    Compatibility Notes:
    • Bootloader version doesn't matter. Anyone who tells you so doesn't know what they are taking about. My Developer Edition G900V is still running the original 4.4.2 KK aboot. My G900W8 is running the latest 6.0.1.
    • All builds except for klteactivexx MUST be running a marshmallow (6.0.1) radio for RIL to work. If you are about to report that RIL/radio isn't working then I pretty much guarantee this is your issue.
    • You MUST be running a marshmallow (6.0.1) NON-HLOS for the fingerprint reader to work. If you are about to report a fingerprint reader problem then you either have old firmware (update it), your /data was previously encrypted and you performed a "clean" flash without FORMATTING /data (start over and FORMAT /data), or your reader is just broken.
    • External SD cards don't support POSIX (ext*, f2fs) or NTFS filesystems anymore. It was kind of broken in 17 and we likely won't merge the changes to add it back in for 18. I'm not going to pick the open changes to re-add support because I'm not going to deal with "but it worked on haggertk's unofficial builds" bug reports after we eventually go official. If this affects you then just bite the bullet, copy any data off you really want to save, and reformat as exfat.
    Donations:
    • I absolutely don't personally accept them. If you really feel that this work deserves it, then find a local food bank or animal shelter/rescue and throw some money their way. You can also throw some the way of LineageOS, but we're actually doing pretty well right now.
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    Note that the Galaxy S5 klte family is not included in the initial promotion but should follow eventually.

    I'll probably ship in the coming week. They're ready, but I don't want to be the first set our the door on the infra. As it is, we're already flying this thing in direct law tonight.
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    Official LineageOS 18.1 for the Galaxy S5 klte family Launched!

    FYI these haggertk's commits are now marked as Merged so it should be available in the next update if all goes well with the Lineage automated builder:
    And it's confirmed in the LineageOS build target list and the wiki pages https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/ also.

    The respective wiki pages include an upgrade guide.

    Thank you to the Lineage Team & Mr. haggertk for keeping our old S5 up to date. :cool: 👍
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    Official LineageOS 18.1 Launched!

    FYI the Official LineageOS 18.1 is launched as you can read in this official blog: Changelog 25 - Exemplary Eleven, Ravishing Recorder, Captivating Calendar, Beaming Backup

    The first batch of builds should be available starting 2021-04-01 if all goes well with with the LineageOS automated builder. Click on nightly even if the lineage-16.0 label has not been updated yet.

    Note that the Galaxy S5 klte family is not included in the initial promotion but should follow eventually.
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    Hey @haggertk, I have a SM-S902L. Can I use the rom for SM-S900L for my device? If not would you be so kind and add support for my model? I had been waiting for lineage 17.1 for quite some time now and installed an unofficial build to get android 10. I just found this amazing thread which is a way for me to get android 11. :love: Please consider my request. Thanks ;)

    Yeah, that's easy -- I dropped G900AZ and S902L during 17.1 bring-up because I wasn't about to formally fork a device tree and create a new build for those devices that needed <M RIL stack without any evidence of a continuing userbase. I have the work already done locally for 17. One commit in that device tree and then importing the vendor blobs will have it done for 18.