After Cyanogen decided to shut down CyanogenMod many users thought this is the end for the most popular Android custom ROM. Even after LineageOS came as the successor to the CyanogenMod users were skeptic about it.
LineageOS proved to be a worthy successor, shelling out more and more builds for different devices, opening its doors to more and more models.
The latest wave brought Android 7.1 Nougat-based LineageOS 14.1 to HTC One (Verizon) (m7vzw), HTC One (GSM) (m7), Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 2016 (gts28vewifi), Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 2016 (gts210vewifi), LG G3 (Sprint) (ls990), ZTE Axon 7 (axon7), and OnePlus 3 / OnePlus 3T.
The complete list of supported devices can be found here. If you own one of the newly supported handsets, you can download the builds by clicking on the links provided below.
- HTC One (Verizon) (m7vzw)
- HTC One (GSM) (m7)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 2016 (gts28vewifi)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 2016 (gts210vewifi)
- LG G3 (Sprint) (ls990)
- ZTE Axon 7 (axon7)
- OnePlus 3 / OnePlus 3T
With the inclusion of the new models, LineageOS is now available for more than 120 different Android phones.
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