ASUS Z00A, Z008, Z00D and Z00L devices
Since the last couple of months, support for Z00D and Z00L devices has been added. Though testing for those devices is out of reach, feedback from several users has been positive.
Due to lack of developement for the Nougat branch, the building cycle will be monthly. Once security patches are merged, a new release will come out.
Don’t expect new features or big changes, Nougat future builds will be all about stability and security patches until LineageOS stops giving support for Nougat.
As many you probably already know, official support for LineageOS, our base ROM, has been discontinued for Z00A and Z008.
Fortunately, our friend nutcasev1.5 will keep developing his own ROM, NutOS. Basically, that will give us two important things: (high quality) unofficial slimified LineageOS builds and the chance for us to use that LineageOS base to keep Resurrection Remix alive for our devices.
Regarding to the kernel, unless moorefield gets support we will probably have to move to some fork. A proper announcement will be made if that happens.
Magisk v15.0 is now available. Remember the steps to install:
To update, follow these steps:
All the files needed are in the download area: http://rrz2.ml/downloads.
As the RR team said in late September, developement for Nougat started to slow down. We are mostly getting updates from LineageOS repository. We’re still not sure if we will get Oreo for our devices, but in the meantime we will keep releasing new builds whenever we find commits that make us think they are worth for compiling. How often? Once a week? Twice a week? Once a year? Don’t EVER ask, because it really grinds my gears.
Asus FM radio not included: requires proprietary source code that Asus never released to the community (and most likely never will).
LineageOS’ limitations: video encoder/decoder, Asus Pixelmaster Camera App, SIM 2 cannot be disabled.
The main goal of this site is to gather all the required Resurrection Remix’s information related to ASUS Zenfone 2 (Z00A and Z008) devices.
XDA’s thread will remain as the base of all the interaction between users, developers and compilers. However, sometimes it may become difficult to find certain information. At that point, this site will try to summarize what could be considered as more important or more repeated questions.