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LineageOS: More devices and important new features and bug fixes

LineageOS, the successor to the well-known and popular aftermarket firmware CyanogenMod, is still in its infancy, but the project is still spreading rapidly. Now the makers have added further supported devices, and things are also progressing on the software side. At the beginning of the year CyanogenMod (CM) was revived as LineageOS, at the start 80 devices were supported. Since then, new smartphones and tablets have been added again and again, so the operating system is well on the way to becoming a successor to CM, also worthy of the number of devices.

In a blog post, the LineageOS makers have now announced another surge of supported devices, including some models that are little known to us, but also a few prominent names. There was also a failure, namely the Nextbit Robin, which is not supported until some serious bugs are addressed.

The devices that LineageOS 14.1 supports:

  • HTC M9 (GSM)
  • HTC M9 (Verizon)
  • Letv LeEco Le 2 (International)
  • Letv LeEco LePro3
  • LG L90
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE (Sprint)
  • Yu Yuphoria
  • Yu Yureka

Android 7.1.2

Work on the firmware is also progressing, with the Android N branch being updated or "combined" to version 7.1.2, including all AOSP security patches (Android Open Source Project) and platform features. LineageOS also lists the major changes since April 3rd.

Android 7.1.2 also fixes a problem with Extra Tiles that led to a battery drain, i.e. increased power consumption. There are also "numerous minor bug fixes", and the website and wiki have been converted to HTTPS. Another announcement concerns the financing of the project, from now on donations via Bitcoin are also accepted.

See also:LineageOS - CyanogenMod successor reaches important milestoneSmartphone, Android, Cyanogenmod, Cyanogen, Custom Rom, Lineage OSLineage

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