[UNOFFICIAL BUILD] Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 (LTE) (lt03lte)

Device info https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/lt03lte
Rom https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=300404

Please Note: This is an Untested build. Please try at your own risk.

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I made an update for this device, enjoy :slight_smile: :

TWRP : https://dl.twrp.me/lt03ltexx/

Don’t forget to backup and share your experience, thanks :wink:


Haven’t tested this yet, but so very grateful that someone bothered to do some modern cfw for the Samsung galaxy 2014 LTE edition -so many for the nawifi (or something!)
Just haven’t the know-how to create a build myself

Just wondering what version of gapps I would need for this release. I seem to remember reading that you didn’t install the ROM and gapps in the same twerp session


somehow the hotspot function doesn’t work with this build (which is essential to me).
Can you maybe share your build script so that I would be able to try building the latest version myself?

I would appreciate if we could create a community driven build of /e/ for the lt03lte device.
A good start would probably be an open github / gitlab project,

Thanks and

Hello guys, I haven’t used my tablet for a while and now I discovered that many apps like YouTube etc. won’t work due to outdated software, Samsung has discontinued support and now am looking for a step by step guide to upgrade or replace operating system on my Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) with the hope to salvage the device to an acceptable level.
I have searched everywhere but couldn’t find anything. Unfortunately I am not savvy.
Apologies if that has been already posted/ requested.
Thank you for your time!

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Hey everyone,

I’m really excited to see some progress on getting a modern custom firmware (cfw) for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 LTE edition! It’s been a while, and I’ve been hoping for updates like this. Kudos to the folks who’ve been working on it.

I checked out the device info on the LineageOS wiki, and it’s awesome to see that there’s a ROM available on Android File Host. I’ve been looking for ways to breathe new life into my old device, and this might just be the answer.

As for the untested build, I totally get the caution there. It’s always a bit nerve-wracking to try something like this, but sometimes the risk is worth the reward. If anyone takes the plunge and tries it out, please do share your experiences.

To the author, thanks for sharing the links! My advice would be to read through the comments or any forums related to this ROM to see if others have tried it and how it’s been working for them. And if you’re not comfortable with the process, maybe find a tech-savvy friend to help you out.

I’m going to try this software right now and try to figure out all the details. I see that some people here have questions, I have many years of experience in development, including mobile development (I even worked for Andersen for a couple of years), so I know a lot about it. Contact me in any way you can and we can think about a solution together. I’m always happy to make new acquaintances :slight_smile:

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Latest Nougat build :wink: