This list will be extended when new builds are available


Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (gta4xlwifi) SM-P610

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite LTE (gta4xl) SM-P615

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 (gts210velte/gts210vewifi/gts210ltexx)
gts210wifi= SM-T810 / gts210vewifi = SM-T813 / gts210velte = SM-T819 / gts210ltexx = SM-T815

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 (gts28vewifi/gts28velte/gts28ltexx)
gts28wifi= SM-T710 / gts28vewifi = SM-T713 / gts28velte = SM-T719 / gts28ltexx = SM-T715

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7(SM-T82x) (gts3llte/gts3lwifi) gts3lwifi = SM-T820 / gts3llte = SM-T825

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 (klimtwifi/klimtlte) klimtwifi = SM-T700 / klimtlte = SM-T705

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 (chagalllte/chagallwifi) chagallwifi = SM-T800 / chagalllte = SM-T805

Samsung Galaxy S20 (5G) (x1s) SM-G980x (S20) / SM-G981x (S20 5G)

Samsung Galaxy S20+ (y2s) SM-G985x (S20+) / SM-G986x (S20+ 5G)

Samsung S20 Ultra (z3s) SM-G988x (S20 Ultra LTE/5G)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (/e/OS Q) (gts4lvwifi/gts4lv) gts4lvwifi = SM-T720 / gts4lv = SM-T725

Samsung Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge (zerofltexx/zeroltexx) zerofltexx = SM-G920F / zeroltexx = SM-G925F

Samsung Galaxy A71 (a71) SM-A715F

Samsung GALAXY S20FE (r8s) SM-G780x (S20 FE) / SM-G781x (S20 FE 5G)

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 (2015) (gt510wifi) SM-T550

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2015) (gt58wifi) SM-T350

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) (gtowifi) SM-T290

Samsung Tab S6 Lite (2022) Qualcomm (gta4xlveu) SM-P613

Samsung Galaxy J5 2016 (j5xnlte) SM-J510

Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge (herolte/hero2lte) herolte = SM-G930 / hero2lte = SM-G935

Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8+ / Note 8 (dreamlte/dream2lte/greatlte) dreamlte = SM-G950 / dream2lte = G955F / greatlte = SM-N950F

Samsung Galaxy S5 (s5neolte) SM-G903

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (treltexx) SM-N910

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (gracerlte) Note 7: SM-N930x / Note FE: SM-N935x

Samsung Galaxy M52 5G (m52xq) SM-M526

Samsung Galaxy F62 SM-E625

Samsung Galaxy A70 (a70q)

Samsung Galaxy A32 (a32)

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020) - LTE version (SM-T505 - gta4l)

Galaxy Tab A (2016)

SM-T580 (gtaxlwifi)

SM-T585 (gtaxllte)

SM-P580 (gtanotexlwifi)

SM-P585 (gtanotexllte)

Samsung Galaxy S10 series


LG G5(H850 and H918)

LG G6 (h870 / h872 / us997)

LG G6 for /e/OS-T-1.16beta (h870)

LG G6 for /e/OS-T-1.16beta (h872)

LG G6 for /e/OS-T-1.16beta (us997)

LG V30

(h930) (joan)



Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 (clover)

Xiaomi Mi 5s (capricorn)

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro (sweet)

Xiaomi Mi 9T (davinci)

Xiaomi Redmi 7 (onclite)

Xiaomi POCO M2 Pro / Redmi Note 9S / Redmi Note 9 Pro / Redmi Note 9 Pro Max (miatoll)

Xiaomi 11T Pro (vili)


Nothing Phone (1) (Spacewar)


Nokia 8 (NLA)

Nokia 6.1 (PL2)

Nokia 6.1 Plus (DRG)



Motorola Edge 40 Pro / X40 / Edge+ 2023 (rtwo)

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra (eqs)

Motorola Moto G52

Motorola Moto G42

Motorola Moto G30


Pixel Tablet (tangorpro)

Pixel 7a (lynx)


HTC U11 (ocn)

HTC One A9 (hiae)

HTC 10 (pme)

HTC One (m8 / m8d)


Nubia Play 5G (nx651j)

Nubia Z18 (nx606j)


congrats, quite an achievement. Is this an AMA thread too?

  • what amount of your builds needed attention beyond the device manifest xml provided by source repos? examples: applying additional patches, looking for an updated fork of a specific repo

Sure you can ask me anything-hope I can answer :slight_smile:

Some builds need attention, eg. look for patch or manifest folder in the respective github repository. The instructions of the sources are of different quality, there are some very good instructions like for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Tab. Depends on the developer…
Sometimes its as kind of reverse engineering looking for the correct sources (and correct version!), especially if not manifest.xml file is available

Hallo ronnz98,

  • does the build for the above type work without any problems?
  • can I find somewhere (understandable) instructions on how to install eOS on this tablet.

you can look here for instructions:

First I would recommend to try respective LineageOS version. If it works you can try my build.
If my /e/OS build does not work you can reinstall LineageOS again…

more AMA questions!

  • how did you not lose orientation on so many builds, any (directory) system that helped you?
  • do you use a network local repo mirror to repo sync against - or you just have the bandwidth?
  • how did you look for manifests, via xda, or straight github, or build device support channels?

Can you make it for Redmi Note12tubro?

No, there is no LineageOS source for this device

  • how did you not lose orientation on so many builds, any (directory) system that helped you?
    I have an overview and bookmarks. However I will only make new builds for a handfull devices which I own myself and which are ask most
  • do you use a network local repo mirror to repo sync against - or you just have the bandwidth?
    A have a local repo mirror for Q,R, S, and T /e/OS Sources. 2 TB space in total is sufficient for that
  • how did you look for manifests, via xda, or straight github, or build device support channels?
    all of that. You don’t need necessarily a manifest file. First you start with the device file for the device you want to build and start breakfast. Then you you will receive notifications which files are still missing. Not in every case all missing files are shown and breakfast is successful, however its clear from the error(s) during brunch which file(s) are still missing

yep can all be done < 2TB when aosp/lineage is singular and not duplicated (I’m looking at 1.6T currently)

it simplifies the repo gathering though. Forum threads (xda or else) are great for users to ask questions and give feedback. But a centralized manifest database for devices would be helpful for builders, especially when offering a buildbot to compile from known-to-work manifests. Hunting down repos can take a bit of time when the device never got much support. Admittedly a forum is also an unstructured database so I’d come full circle

Q: Did your build devices require any hand-applying of patches or using lineages repopick util?

A few needed patches. Look for patches folder or instructions in the sources

Flashed it and so far no issues, thanks a lot.

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Great to hear. Please let me know if anything else is needed

Somehow the question “How did you…” comes up more often and in my option, a central place like a wiki, github/gitlab would be a good thing for /e

@ronnz98 as always thank you - I’ve been out of the loop for medical reasons and bookmarking this post, will help me to get going again soon.

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BTW, what hardware are you building on?
And what are you build times on your hardware?

You might be interested in @petefoth’s wiki`e`-ROMs

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There’s some useful stuff there (I hope), but it’s no longer maintained and a bit out-of-date. There is also some info that might help at

and possibly other pages in that wiki (which I am using to document m current ROM-building efforts)


My main building machine is a desktop PC: AMD Ryzen 16 core with 64 GB and 2 TB SSD. Depending on the Android version build times are approx. 2-5 hours. Sometime I use my laptop also for building (mainly Android-R). My laptop is a 8 core mobile AMD CPU with 32 GB Ram and 2 TB SSD. Building takes around 4-8 hours approximately.

UPDATE: For the Nothing Phone (1) build on my desktop PC it took around 2h 15 min to build for latest /e/OS-T…

UPDATE2: Updated my PC… now the build took 1h 11min for the Nothing Phone (1) :slight_smile:

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Some updates to /e/OS-1.16 are now available!

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Please let me know if there is a specific device from my builds you are using and want to update to /e/OS 1.16

The following devices are on my todo list as there are sources available but I did not yet succeed to built:

  • Motorola Moto G71 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A73
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 5G for /e/OS-T
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE for /e/OS-T
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 5G Umi
  • Xiaomi 12 (cupid)
  • Xiaomi 13 (fuxi)
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