LINEAGEOS 17.1 Posts on XDA

Developer ports LineageOS 17.1 based on Android 10 to the Raspberry Pi 4 B, 3 B+, and 3 B

Ever since its release in 2012, the Raspberry Pi has become synonymous with single board computers (SBCs). The latest iteration of this credit card-sized computer, the Raspberry Pi 4, comes with up to 8GB of RAM and ARM64 support. The Raspberry Pi Foundation provides Raspberry Pi OS (formerly called Raspbian) as the default operating system,...

LineageOS 17.1 adds support for the OnePlus One, Sony Xperia XZ2, XZ2 Compact, while F(x)tec Pro1 gets LineageOS 16

OnePlus One XDA Forums || LineageOS 17.1 for OnePlus One on XDA Forums OnePlus have evolved significantly from what they were in 2014 when they announced the OnePlus One. Launched with CyanogenMod based on Android KitKat 4.4.4 as the official operating system, OnePlus One received its final update OS upgrade to Android Marshmallow in 2016. Thanks...

Unofficial LineageOS 17.1 brings Android 10 to the 2018 Amazon Fire HD 8

Amazon's Fire series of tablets may provide a lot of value, but the company cut a lot of corners to achieve those price tags. Take for example the Amazon Fire HD 8 - the 2018 edition was launched with Fire OS 6 (based on Android Nougat!), but the tablet has yet to receive a single...

LineageOS 17.1 adds support for the Xiaomi Mi A1 and Samsung Galaxy J7 2015, drops support for the Realme 3 Pro

After dealing with a security breach early this year in May, the LineageOS team finally got back on track with LineageOS 17.1 releases for new devices last month. The team added support for 5 Motorola devices and 5 Xiaomi devices, including the Moto G 2015, Xiaomi Mi 5, Moto G4 Play, Xiaomi Mi Mix, and...

LineageOS 17.1 adds support for 5 Motorola and 4 Xiaomi devices, including the Moto G (2015), Xiaomi Mi 5, and others

The LineageOS infrastructure faced a security breach in early May, which caused almost a month-long pause in the team's workflow. Fortunately, the team managed to get back on track after fixing the issue, and they have now added a bunch of Motorola and Xiaomi phones to the official LineageOS 17.1 roster. The list of Motorola devices...

Developers bring Android 10 and Project Treble to the HTC U11

HTC's smartphone division might not be dead after all, but the whole software update situation around existing HTC phones is a big mess. The Taiwanese phone manufacturer is having a hard time delivering the Android 10 update to its phones, with the HTC U11 Life being an exception due to its Android One branding. The...

Unofficial LineageOS 17.1 brings Android 10 to the Realme 1

As most of you should already know, the Realme brand has its roots in OPPO, which is itself owned by BBK Electronics. The Realme 1, the first smartphone under the Realme brand from before the company spun off from OPPO, ran ColorOS, a customized Android software designed by none other than OPPO itself. To differentiate...

LineageOS 17.1 adds support for new OnePlus, Samsung, Xiaomi, and other devices following server hack

LineageOS is the most popular AOSP-based custom ROM out there. Its origin can be traced back to CyanogenMod, which was itself not only the most well-known custom ROM many years ago but also the reason the OnePlus One was so well-received by the community. Over the years, the team behind LineageOS has kept the project...

LineageOS 17.1 now available for the Sony Xperia XA2 Plus, Nubia Z17, and LeEco Le Pro3

Earlier this month, the team behind the popular LineageOS custom ROM officially rolled out LineageOS 17.1 based on Android 10. The update introduced several new features to the ROM family, including a new partial screenshot UI that lets you select smaller parts of your screen to capture and edit, a new ThemePicker app from AOSP,...

LineageOS adds support for the Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 9, Realme 2 Pro, and drops the Redmi Note 4

LineageOS is one of the most popular custom ROMs available for Android devices, and the team behind the project recently released the first LineageOS 17.1 builds based on Android 10. A handful of Google devices, such as the original Pixel lineup and the Google Nexus 6, couldn't make it to the initial roster, but eventually...

LineageOS 17.1 based on Android 10 is now officially available

If you call yourself a custom ROM veteran, you definitely have heard about LineageOS. LineageOS traces its roots back to CyanogenMod, the custom ROM that became popular on the HTC Dream/T-Mobile G1, the first Android smartphone available for purchase. CyanogenMod, in turn, went on to become one of the most popular custom ROMs available across...

ASUS ROG Phone II Developments: Google Camera, LineageOS 17.1, and more

The ASUS ROG Phone II was inarguably one of the most iconic phones from 2019. Along with great performance chops, the device also offered users a unique design and some innovative features like the AirTriggers, all of which was accompanied by a rather affordable price tag. In an attempt to generate more interest in the...