Updating samsung galaxy s 2 linux

With Galaxy Tab you should follow Android 2.2 instructions, with Galaxy S II Android 2.3 instructions.With Galaxy S you have to check the version and then follow those instructions.Until today, personally i’ve tryed number 1,2 and 3 and between them, and until today i’ve used Siyah (20%), Dorimanx (40%) and Team Skyfire (40%).With the first i didn’t get nothing special: all the system seems to lag, terribly, after 5-10 minutes of activity.To use Galaxy S with Linux and especially Ubuntu, you do NOT need to install anything.

After the installation of Lineage OS 14.1 for Galaxy S2 (i9100) you may want to enable ROOT access on your phone and here is how you can do that: How to Enable ROOT on Lineage OS 14.1.tried to install in my s2 i9100 usind heimdall for the cwm recovery and PIT for 6gb /system partition, then used a SDCard for the lineageos 14.1 and Gapps 7.1 nano… Well, some time have passed and i got keeping modding it, trying all the kernels available in XDA forums.Before telling you which i prefer, i would like to share with you most famous kernels for our GS2: This list may change, it’s order is from MOST known to less known (maybe i forgot anyone, forgive me if so) as I saw until today (maybe it’s incorrect, forgive me again if so).Root binary is NOT inbuilt in Lineage OS 14.1, so you may need a separate Super Su package or Lineage OS su binary to install to gain ROOT access.Here is How to Enable ROOT on Lineage OS 14.1 If there is no in-built ROOT or it does not work for some reason then you can try flashing Super SU zip using recovery to gain ROOT access.Basically these instructions apply to Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab, since they are so similar.


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