LineageOS 17.1 build for ZenFone Max M1 is now available to download. This article explains how to install “ZenFone Max M1” LineageOS 17.1 ROM based on Android 10, with a step-by-step guide. This custom ROM build of LineageOS 17.1 for ZenFone Max M1 is brought to you by TipzTeam.
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Known Issues on this LineageOS 17.1 build?
How to Install LineageOS 17.1 on ZenFone Max M1?
First Time Installation of ZenFone Max M1 LineageOS 17.1 –
- Boot into the TWRP Recovery to install the “ZenFone Max M1 LineageOS 17.1” Android 10 based custom ROM.
- Wipe the data partition, Cache partition and the system partition.
- ADB Sideload the ZenFone Max M1 LineageOS 17.1 zip file
- Once done, reboot into the TWRP recovery again.
- Then install the LineageOS 17.1 GApps package.
- Reboot and Enjoy the Android 10 based LineageOS 17.1 for ZenFone Max M1.
Upgrading from earlier LineageOS 17.1 on ZenFone Max M1 –
- Boot into Recovery to flash the updated LineageOS 17.1 for ZenFone Max M1
- Wipe the system partition from the TWRP recovery menu.
- ADB Sideload the LineageOS 17.1 zip file for ZenFone Max M1.
- Reboot and see you have the GApps and ROOT access or NOT.
- If you don’t have GApps after upgrading the LineageOS 17.1 then flash the GApps.
- If you don’t have ROOT after upgrading the LineageOS 17.1 then flash the SuperSU or Magisk or the Lineage SU binary.
- Once everything is done, reboot and Enjoy the LineageOS 17.1 on your phone.
Some Screenshots of LineageOS 17.1
After installing LineageOS 17.1 you may want to install Google Camera (GCam) or you can enable ROOT access on your phone and here is how you can do that:
– LineageOS 17.1 Rooting guide
GCam for Zenfone Max M1 LineageOS 17.1
GCam 7.0 and later are compatible with LineageOS 17.1 or any Android 10 ROM in general.
You can always look into the big list of Google Camera support for all devices