LINEAGEOS Posts on XDA

LineageOS Week in Review: Jelly Improvements, Redmi Note 4 Support and More

As we start another month we get a new changelog blog post from the official LineageOS team. The previous update from last month highlighted the work they've done with Jelly and the new update shows that a lot more work has gone into browser. For those unaware. Jelly is a web browser from the folks...

Bluetooth Battery Level Indicators are Finally Coming to Android

A really useful feature for those of us with Bluetooth headsets and other devices is finally making its way to AOSP: Bluetooth battery level indicators. This means that users of Google, Motorola, Sony, and other devices with near-stock Android software should be able to tell the battery level of their Bluetooth connected devices without the...

LineageOS Changelog #12 Brings Updates to Jelly, Quick Tiles and More

Every two weeks, the LineageOS team releases a biweekly changelog to highlight the most significant changes made over that time period. The team has just released 12th changelog and they've introduced some interesting additions. The most important project in the last few weeks is Jelly. The recent, small browser is slowly getting new functionality. Jelly is...

LineageOS Changelog #11 – June ASB, Chromium 59 and Tasks Lock

It's been two weeks since LineageOS released the last biweekly changelog. The development team periodically publishes a detailed changelog to highlight the new improvements in one of the most popular custom ROMs around. Last time, the LineageOS team introduced the sensitive number list to fight against all kinds of abuse. Since then, the list has been...

Official LineageOS 14.1 Builds for the Google Nexus 9

Time has not been too kind for the Google Nexus 9 tablet. From the very start, many reviews panned the tablet for its less than stellar build quality. Years in, users have likely started to notice their tablet become fairly slow and laggy. But thankfully, the fact that it is a Nexus device means users don't...

LineageOS Changelog#10: Sensitive Numbers, Small Fixes And CVE Tracker

Every two weeks, the LineageOS team releases a short summary of the included changes. The biweekly review highlights the most important fixes and plans for one of the most popular custom ROMs around. The LineageOS team has announced that some sensitive numbers will no longer be written in the call logs. This move should help the...

Here’s the APK for the New Jelly Browser from LineageOS 14.1

It was recently announced that the Jelly browser would be replacing the AOSP browser on new LineageOS builds. So XDA Senior Member mayanxoni built a standalone APK for it, to share it with users who rather not update or switch ROMs. The browser is targeted to low-end Android devices, features Chrome-like tabs in the recents menu,...

LineageOS Change Log #9: Jelly as the Default Browser, Kernel su-hide, and more

CyanogenMod's successor, LineageOS, has many devoted fans among our readers. The team has once again released another change log from which we can find out what they’ve been working on in the latest builds. Let's see what's new in LineageOS. Two weeks ago we were informed about the brand new, lightweight browser called Jelly. The application...

LineageOS Week In Review: Introduction of Jelly, New Devices And More

As the successor to CyanogenMod, LineageOS has quickly become the most popular Android custom ROM among our readers. The team behind the ROM has just released another change log from which we can find out what they've been working on in the latest builds. Let's learn what's new in LineageOS. As usual, new security updates make their...

LineageOS Week in Review: AOSP 7.1.2 Merge, April’s Security Patches and More

The LineageOS team has been graciously providing the community a weekly summary of all the notable changes that have occurred with the successor of the most popular custom ROM in the Android community. The highlight of this week's update is that LineageOS has been merged up to Android Nougat's 7.1.2 branch as well as including April's Security...

Huawei P8 Lite with Kirin 620 SoC Gets its First Stable AOSP-Based Rom with Unofficial LineageOS 13.0

HiSilicon's Kirin SoC are notorious for holding back devices on the development front, mostly due to a slow release of kernel sources, although the Kirin lineup itself is still impressive in terms of performance. On the other hand, phones built on Qualcomm SoCs tend to be much more developer friendly than Kirin devices thanks to...

LineageOS Week in Review: New Gallery App, April Fools and More

The LineageOS team has been graciously providing the community a weekly summary of all the notable changes that have occurred with the successor of the most popular custom ROM in the Android community. The highlight of this week's update is of course the hilarious April Fools prank from the developers. LineageOS "announced" its new mascot, VoLTE....
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