Just curious if anyone else out there is using LineageOS (which replaced the now defunct CyanogenMod)? I was using CyanogenMod 12.1 on my sons' two Samsung Galaxy S3 phones and my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 phone, but just recently I noticed that LineageOS was available for both the S3 and my Note 10.1 2014 Edition tablet, and it works VERY well on both! Unfortunately, it's not available for my Note 2 (Sprint version -- I think LineageOS is available for the international version of the Note 2), so if I ever have to revert back to the Note 2 should something happen to my Nexus 6, I'm going to have some serious OS downgrade syndrome going on! I really can't believe the lifespan my sons' S3 phones have had! My youngest son just moved on to an iPhone 7, but my middle son is still happily using his S3, and is even more happy about using it now that it's running the very latest version of Android just like my Nexus 6. It's even running Google Assistant, round Pixel style icons, etc. I think if something happens to my Nexus 6, I just might have to use my youngest son's S3 as a backup device. LineageOS also runs very well on my Note 10.1 2014 Edition tablet. And since Samsung is just about the worst at providing updates, it's definitely the only way this tablet is going to see anything beyond Lollipop. The SPen is fairly well supported by Marshmallow and Nougat, but there are also several SPen utilities out now that make it work almost as well as it does with TouchWiz. Incidentally, it also runs very well on my Nexus 6, but at this point there just isn't a reason to go with it over stock or just about any other custom Nexus ROM, which are already all at Android 7.1.1 anyway.