Nextbit Robin, Honor 4/4X, and more now support LineageOS 15.1

Nextbit Robin, Honor 4/4X, and more now support LineageOS 15.1

As many of us are looking ahead to Android 9 Pie and LineageOS 16.1 (in the way future), there is still a lot of work being done with LineageOS 15.1 (and 14.1 as well). Android Oreo may not be the latest version of Android anymore, but thanks to the folks at LineageOS, these updates are keeping aging devices working well, and with the latest features with no thanks to the OEM the phones came from. There has been a lot of activity lately when it comes to LineageOS releases. We have gathered the latest devices, including the Nextbit Robin and Honor 4X, up and organized them all in one place along with TWRP downloads.

Download LineageOS 15.1 for the Honor 4X

LineagaeOS for the Honor 4/4X (cherry) XDA Forum for the Honor 4/4X TWRP for the Honor 4/4X

Download LineageOS 15.1 for the Honor 4X (China Telecom)

LineageOS for the Honor 4X (che10) XDA forum for the Honor 4X TWRP for the Honor 4X

Download LineageOS 15.1 for the Nextbit Robin

LineageOS for the Nextbit Robin (ether) XDA forum for the Nextbit Robin TWRP for the Nextbit Robin

Download LineageOS 15.1 for the Fairphone 2

LineageOS for the Fairphone 2 (FP2) XDA forum for the Fairphone 2 TWRP for the Fairphone 2

Download LineageOS 14.1 for the ZTE Trek 2

Now, the above devices will all get you on LineageOS 15.1 if you know what you’re doing, and again, this will breathe new life into some aging phones that thousands of people still use on a daily basis. The folks over at LineageOS are also continuing to work on LineageOS 14.1 too, and there has been a few new devices added to its roster as well. Check out those devices below.

Download LineageOS for the ZTE AT&T Trek 2 (jasmine) XDA forum for the ZTE AT&T Trek 2

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Doug Lynch
Doug Lynch

When I am passionate about something, I go all in and thrive on having my finger on the pulse of what is happening in that industry. This has transitioned over the years from PCs and video games, but for close to a decade now all of my attention has gone toward smartphones and Android.