Found a Samsung Galaxy S2 in an inorganic collection dump on the side of a road. Couldn't just let it die there.
It's fascinating to get a sense of some of the earliest Android UX.
This phone was released in 2011, when user replaceable batteries, physical home buttons and bubble widgets were still a thing.
Stock android GingerBread it shipped with still installed.
Was able to find all this obscure driver replacement stuff and a partition image to fit a custom recovery in. TWRP is on!
Now to attempt a LineageOS install.
@nomand I just found an old blackberry, I wish I could update it’s firmware too.
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