- Jun 28, 2015
Dear PJBrs, why don't you open a new thread like [ROM][7.1.2] UnlegacyAndroid 7.1.2 / Lineage-14.1 for A2109? Is there another forum where this Unlegacy build is discussed?
No good reason at all :-/ It's just - I have had a devastating cold and way too much work on my hands. Also, since nougat is really almost done, I haven't done developing work these past weeks. Oreo is the next step, of course, but it'll take some time before those hackers that really know what they're doing have made sufficient progress for me to dive in as well ;-)Dear PJBrs, why don't you open a new thread like [ROM][7.1.2] UnlegacyAndroid 7.1.2 / Lineage-14.1 for A2109? Is there another forum where this Unlegacy build is discussed?
There are ways of changing the partition layout, but it's hard, especially when you want to keep your apps intact, and it requires changing the basic structure of the ROM. "Solutions":Maybe I missed this in the previous 17 pages, but is there a way to resize the system partition on the a2109? I installed the latest UA 7.12 and had to install gapps pico because of space limitations...
The quoted text is for people wishing to build their own version of this ROM on their computers, rather than waiting for the developer to do it. So if you're looking to install the ROM, you're not doing it that way. Instead, grab the zip from the first page of the thread and use that.
I don't know why nougat doesn't go as fast. For what it's worth, however, the Unlegacy team have a set of kernel patches for Oreo support brewing, and they seem to make Nougat quite a bit smoother too, especially Chrome (in my completely subjective and biased experience ). I'm not sure whether it brings us to Marshmallow performance, but I think it'll be a big improvement. In fact, these patches have just been merged in our stable kernel branch, and should be part of the next Nougat build (and presumable Marshmallow, but that will be a while).Cheers, had to factory reset, but marshmallow flying in comparison.
I'll keep an eye on nougat thread for development