It is now clear to everyone that the latest generation of Samsung Galaxy S devices is decidedly difficult against the modding. Would you like to adopt a different Snapdragon SoC, on which there is much less public documentation due to the loss of warranty and some important safety feature (KNOX, for example, see Howsmb.com), the fact is that to hack is better to turn to something else.
However, there is still some “super geek” irreducible who hasn’t given up the dream of a ROM based on AOSP/CyanogenMod on Galaxy S6, so much so that a couple of weeks ago we enjoyed a major victory, a video that demonstrates the success of the enterprise, although the situation is still highly unstable.
The next major obstacle, they said at the time, would have been able to set up an environment that can handle a dual boot TouchWiz/AOSP, in order to speed up the process of testing and debugging. Well, even that goal was achieved, and there is a handy guide (in English) available to anyone who wants to try their hand.
Needless to say that this is a tricky procedure, and that for now it is not ready for the general public (either XDA expert). For now I better leave it to those who are able to run jobs. Of course, if you are … What are you waiting for?