I can’t help but to notice there are very few ROM’s available for the SM-G920P that aren’t either abandoned or use and old version of Android
Some -maybe- interesting projects’ repos for S6*:
Can you please re-format this request 3ad like this other ?
ok ok thanks, though those are actually also the ones that I was talking about that are old
how do I edit the post?
You should be able to edit your post, otherwise ask @Manoj (who added the 1st tag: please don’t forget them !).
New users of the forum can’t
oh, dammit, thank you lol
oh ok, should i just make a new post or ask him/her to do it lol
From the point of view of the /e/ dev team it is good to have votes for all devices but informed Week 24, 2022 : Development and Testing Updates
For Pie, Oreo and Nougat the official /e/OS support draws to a close.
From POV a random amateur ROM builder you have already provided the essential that is asked for in About the Request a Device category
TITLE Brand Model - Device codename (if known)
ex: Xiaomi Redmi 5 plus - vince
This allows such a builder with older Samsung devices on their build system and spare cycles and time quickly search https://github.com/LineageOS and find https://github.com/LineageOS/android_device_samsung_zerofltexx and see that lineage has a device tree to lineage-15.1
The pretty picture from https://www.devicespecifications.com/ adds nothing for me and is inadequate in not providing the device codename.
That’s another reason why \e\ needs a device-request submission wizard (with autocheck of submitted trees too, why not) instead of a forum section, IMHO.
Yup, it’s useful for more detailed SPECS but nothing more: can you suggest a better specs+codename web collection ?
For people responding to the idea of registering in #e-devices:request-a-device a device which they own, wanting to fulfill the request (repetition About the Request a Device category) to put the device codename in the post title I recommend this HowTo: [HOWTO] Find device codename.
As done commendably by our thread opener @you_smell_good, thank you.
There is also the official Google list. This is kept updated. It requires a machine on which one is prepared to accept a number of Google scripts and trackers to inspect; alternatively the large csv. file may be downloaded. Maybe this has similar requirements, idk. In a quick try I did not succeed.
This official list is mentioned in the above thread
Here are two mentions:
and the troublesome list:
Very interesting, it would be great to be “integrated” in a wizard (by CSV, of course) !