Officially abandoned by Samsung when we talk about new versions of the Android operating system, the upgraded Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are undeniably capable of the latest updates and, knowing this, our focus is on the Internet Focuses on the availability of custom ROMs available.
One of the most interesting examples in this regard is the Noble ROM, which has won an unofficial port that allows owners of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus with Exynos chipsets (It was not officially sold in Brazil) To benefit from the news that is reaching the most recent lines.
As per the information revealed in the changelog, this custom ROM is specifically directed to the global (SM-G96xF) and Korean (SM-G96xN) versions, which have their own chip So at least for now, the Snapdragon 845 is not compatible with the version that was sold here.
In the changelog, we have noted the improvement of the photo editor of “Biodetrics Settings” to improve the correction of installation message errors, adding sound modes of sound alive, after setting a new biometric lock, in the biometrics setting. “And symbolic link errors, including new options in AROMA, which type of debloat to choose, removing good lock sessions in Aroma, offering updated kernels, improving stability and performance, and removing Chinese Mobile Manager and Camera Modes that don’t work (including live focus and pro video mode).
To close, we also confirm that this new custom ROM already has a March 2021 security patch, therefore being aligned with the security patch officially delivered to the devices by Samsung and which is officially released Was made Just two weeks ago.
Although the novelty is not in favor of Brazilians, it may represent the arrival of versions for devices with a heart signed by Qualcomm, something for which there is still no forecast.
If you are curious to learn more about it, you can check more information about the publication in XDA Developers, and TudoCelular is not responsible for any problems, failures or errors arising from the installation of the customization in question .
(Update March 30, 2021, 3:12 pm)