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LineageOS 18.1 adds the ASUS ZenFone 8, POCO X3 NFC, and more to the roster

In March, the team behind LineageOS released LineageOS 18.1, the latest version based on Android 11. Since then, the team has rolled out LineageOS 18.1 to many more devices — from notables like the OnePlus 9 Pro, Redmi Note 10 Pro, and Pixel 4 series to the lesser-known devices like Walmart’s Onn and Dynalink Android...

The Google Pixel 5a gets its first custom ROM

The Pixel 5a is Google's latest mid-range smartphone. It has a 6.34-inch full-HD+ screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC, 4,680mAh battery, and the usual honest-to-Google Android to boot. The kernel sources were released a few days ago, and we knew aftermarket development for this particular device would be coming soon. And now, here we go: An...

LineageOS 18.1 adds support for the POCO X3 Pro, POCO F3/Mi 11X, Galaxy M20, and more

In March this year, the LineageOS team rolled out the first build of LineageOS 18.1 based on Android 11 to nearly 60 devices. Since then, the team has added support for several more devices, including the OnePlus 6/6T series, the Google Pixel 3 series, several Xiaomi phones, the Samsung Galaxy S10, and more. The team...

LineageOS 18.1 brings Android 11 to Walmart’s Onn and Dynalink Android TV boxes

Walmart’s Onn and Dynalink Android TV boxes are two of the best Android TV streaming devices available in the US. They both cost less than $50 and offer a whole range of features, including 4K HDR support and great remotes. What they both lack, however, is the latest version of Android TV. We don't know...

LineageOS 18.1 now supports the Samsung Galaxy S10, Note 10, Xiaomi Mi 10T, and the Poco F2 Pro

LineageOS is one of the most popular custom ROMs out there. If you are an active member of the XDA Forums or you're familiar with the third-party development scene, you would have heard about LineageOS. Available for a plethora of devices, LineageOS 18.1 brings Android 11 to both older and newer phones, and now, a...

LineageOS 18 builds are here for the OnePlus 9 Pro, Razer Phone 2, and Lenovo P2

The LineageOS team has been hard at work extending LineageOS 18.1 builds based on Android 11 to more devices. The team released the first official builds for nearly 60 devices earlier this year in March and added several more devices over the next few months. Now, the team has extended support to a few more...

LineageOS 18.1 brings Android 11 to three Xiaomi, ASUS, and Sony devices

LineageOS remains the most popular custom ROM out there. It's backed by a strong and active community that’s always striving to make the newest version of Andriod accessible to more users. Earlier in March, the team at LineageOS released LineageOS 18.1, the latest release based on Android 11. At the launch time, LineageOS 18.1 was...

LineageOS 18.1 adds support for the OnePlus 7T, Google Pixel 3 series, and more

The LineageOS team dropped LineageOS 18.1 based on Android 11 in March this year with official builds for nearly 60 devices available at launch. Since then, the team has added support for several other devices, including the OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T Pro, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Moto X (2014), Mi A2, Galaxy Note 3,...

LineageOS 18.1 brings Android 11 to the OnePlus 6/6T, ASUS ZenFone 5Z, and Xiaomi Mi Note 3

Late last month, LineageOS 18.1 based on Android 11 was released for nearly 60 devices. The initial list of supported devices included multiple products from Google, LG, Motorola, OnePlus, Samsung, Sony, Xiaomi, and others. Now, 2 new OnePlus devices, 1 new ASUS device, and 1 new Xiaomi device are joining the LineageOS 18.1 build roster. Recommended...

Official LineageOS 18.1 builds arrive for Xiaomi Mi A2, LG G3, Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S5

The team at LineageOS dropped LinageOS 18.1 late last month, with the first official builds going live for nearly 60 devices at the time of launch. A week later, a bunch of new devices were added to the roster including the OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T Pro, Redmi Note 5 Pro, and Moto X (2014)....

LineageOS 18.1 Review: Android 11, coming to an old phone near you

LineageOS was created in 2016 as a stock-like Android custom ROM, following the collapse of the corporate-backed CyanogenMod project. It has gone through several major updates since then, but LineageOS has continued to bring a stock-like Android (and optionally Google-free) experience to dozens of phones and tablets. The most recent release — LineageOS 18.1 —...

Unofficial LineageOS 18.1 is now available for the Redmi Note 10 Pro/Pro Max

If there's one community-driven Android project out there that needs no introduction whatsoever, it’s LineageOS. The name itself has become synonymous with aftermarket development and is without a shadow of a doubt, one of the most popular custom ROMs. While the list of devices officially supported by the LineageOS project is fairly long, developers often...