Although it has only been a few months since its launch, LineageOS has been made available on over 80 devices and even reached a milestone last month with over a million installations. As always, the team has been keeping busy, with continued expansion to new devices, and making minor tweaks that yield crucial improvements.
Since the top of the month, the N branch has been merged to Android 7.1.2 and will also include the latest security patch from Google. While there weren't many changes, an issue has been fixed that was causing unnecessary battery drain. The list of changes can be found below.
- Fixed Extra Tiles issues leading to increased battery usage problems
- Many minor bugfixes
- Website and wiki are now using https by default
- April fools (VoLTE and Br0zip) are now gone
Much like previous weeks, the Lineage team has also added more devices to the program, which can be found below.
Added 14.1 devices
- HTC M9 (GSM) - himaul - maintainers: rashed, raymanfx
- HTC M9 (Verizon) - himawl - maintainers: flyhalf205, rashed, raymanfx
- Letv LeEco Le 2 (International) - s2 - maintainer: codeworkx
- Letv LeEco LePro3 - zl1 - maintainers: codeworkx, jrior001
- LG L90 - w7 - maintainer: mobiusm
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE (Sprint) - lt02ltespr - maintainer: deadman96385
- Yu Yuphoria - lettuce - maintainers: h2o64, mikeioannina, TheStrix
- Yu Yureka - tomato - maintainers: h2o64, Meninblack007, mikeioannina
Changes to 14.1 devices
- Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE Korean variants (t0ltektt,t0lteskt) are now unified under t0ltekor - maintainers: filiprrs, PoisonNinja
- klteusc has been merged into klte. To continue receiving updates, flash the latest klte build, as this is the last week of klteusc builds
Removed 14.1 devices
- Nextbit Robin - ether
- Temporarily disabled by maintainers until major bugs are addressed
If you want to try out LineageOS for your device, be sure to head to the link below. Before attempting any installations, be sure to back up your personal information on your device and know that you'll be attempting it at your own risk.