With all this said, it can at least now be said that running Android 5.0 is definitely something the device can do, thanks to the efforts of XDA Recognized Developer Christopher83. Coming in the form of an unofficial build of CyanogenMod 12, the ROM is highly functional with almost every feature and function working as they should, including:
Legacy/Virtual sensors (Gravity, Linear acceleration, Rotation vector)
USB mass storage
Voip video calls
In fact, the only thing that’s not working is the power-off charging animation, which, if one is to be honest, can be overlooked and ignored as something that’s very minor and negligible. There are however, a few known issues, including a laggy call UI when starting or receiving calls, the camera app force closing when recording 720p videos, and some new CM apps force closing.
So, if you’re an owner of the Galaxy S Plus and can’t wait to taste Android 5.0, head over to the Galaxy S Plus CM12 thread for more information.