Several more Samsung devices are now supported by the CyanogenMod successor, LineageOS. The project which was established to continue carrying the torch after the demise of CyanogenMod has putt out new builds for several devices for the first time.
The list of Samsung devices which are now supported by LineageOS 14.1 includes the Exynos-based S7 (SM-930F herolte), S7 edge (SM-G935F hero2lte), the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 Wi-Fi (gts210wifi) and its LTE counterpart (gts210ltexx). Several versions of the Galaxy Note 8 tablet have also received LineageOS 14.1, these include the GSM (n5100), Wi-Fi (n5110), and LTE (n5120) versions. Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy S III GSM LTE (i9305) has also received the custom ROM.
LeEco and LG devices recently received versions of LineageOS too. The recipient models include the LeEco Le Pro3 (zl1) and LeMax2 (x2), which have received weekly builds of LineageOS 13.0, and three variants of the LG G3 which were updated to 14.1 – they include the AT&T (d850), Korean (f400), and Verizon (vs985) models.
LineageOS has been around now since Christmas, and after an initial period of getting the infrastructure in place it began releasing ROMs in January and has been releasing ROMs for additional devices ever since.
Source: Android Police