Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S II get unofficial Android 10 ports
The Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note 3 have gotten an informal port of LineageOS 17.1 dependent on Android 10 gratitude to the difficult work of certain engineers.
The Galaxy S II was discharged by Samsung in 2011 and its last official update, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, was discharged in 2013. The Galaxy Note 3 was propelled in 2013 and got its last official update, Android 5.0 Lollipop, in 2015. After this, Samsung dropped official help for these gadgets and didn’t give any further programming updates to them.
It is very stunning to see the Android advancement network bolster the Galaxy S II after about nine years of its discharge. The Galaxy Note 3 is likewise just about seven years of age now and the proceeded with help from the network is a demonstration of its ubiquity.
LineageOS 17.1 dependent on Android 10 has not been formally discharged yet informal forms for various well-known gadgets are as of now accessible.
There is one issue with the Galaxy S II’s Android 10 port, however. The Radio Interface Layer (RIL) is insecure significance one can’t make calls or utilize versatile information which basically keeps one from utilizing this work as an everyday driver. Be that as it may, the Galaxy Note 3’s Android 10 form doesn’t experience the ill effects of any such issues.
Introducing Android 10-put together LineageOS 17.1 with respect to your Galaxy S II or Galaxy Note 3 will inhale another rent of life in your gadget and add new highlights to it. In any case, this isn’t actually a clear procedure and expects you to have a reasonable piece of information about custom ROMs. You will initially need to root your gadget and afterward continue to introduce a custom recuperation on it before you can introduce LineageOS on it.