Google officially announced Android 12 last week and uploaded the source code to AOSP. Although the stable update has not started rolling out to Pixel devices, the third-party development community is already working hard to release custom ROMs based on the latest version of Android for older smartphones. . Over the past week, many phones have received a custom ROM based on Android 12. The Exynos variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series is the latest to join the Android 12 custom ROM party.
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Developer recognized by XDA Ivan_Meler has released an early version of LineageOS 19.0 based on Android 12 for the Galaxy S10, S10E and S10 +. For an initial release, the ROM appears to be relatively stable. Things like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, fingerprint reader, sound, cameras, etc. would all work properly. Moreover, Magisk also works. However, VoLTE and VoWiFi are broken in this initial release. The developer mentions that the ROM is missing many features specific to LineageOS, which will be added in future updates.
The ROM also includes support for monet, the Android 12 wallpaper-based theme system. The theme system creates color palettes based on the dominant color scheme of your wallpaper and applies them. Quick settings tiles, lock screen, settings, pop-ups, and apps.
If you own a Galaxy S10 series phone and want to get a taste of Android 12, head over to the thread linked below, where you will find the zip ROM, installation instructions, and information. additional. It goes without saying that you will need an unlocked bootloader and custom recovery such as TWRP installed on your phone to install this ROM. You will also need to flash a GApps package if you want Google apps and services on your device. If you’re new to custom ROMs, be sure to check out our guides on how to install a custom ROM and choose the right GApps package. As always, be sure to make a backup of your important data beforehand.
Download LineageOS 19.0 for the Exynos Galaxy S10 series