XDA has teamed up with F(x)tech to announce the world's first smartphone -- the Pro 1-X -- that runs on LineageOS run out of the box. The device will also be available with Ubuntu Touch support.
The LineageOS team today officially announced the release of LineageoS 17.1 that is based on Android 10. The release brings a number of new features including an AOSP ThemePicker app.
After years of getting unofficial LineageOS builds, the Essential Phone finally receives official support from the Android-based operating system. The latest nightly build is up for download now.
The team behind the LineageOS custom ROM has released version 16 based on Android Pie. Updates will be released nightly on supported devices while LineageOS 15.1 has moved to weekly releases.
If you own a Google Pixel or Pixel XL and are looking to inject new life into the handsets, you'll be happy to know that LineageOS is now officially available for your smartphones.
Many users found the LineageOS April Fools' Day prank rather unamusing. The team has realized its mistake, citing "bad taste", and has now issued a formal apology on its website to its users.
The custom OS built for devices new and old has officially reached version 15.1 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. Devices such as the OnePlus 3, 3T, 5 and 5T are supported along with some others.
As we close out the year, the team at Lineage has issued an update in regards to its plans for Android Oreo. Per usual, the team has also outlined major changes and added support for more devices.
The LineageOS project has committed several fixes to its custom ROM which will help mitigate the KRACK vulnerability which made WPA2 protocol a target for hacking. It's good news for Android users.
LineageOS has been cranking away with its mobile OS, expanding its offerings to more and more handsets. Per usual, the website has listed what it has been up to over the past few weeks.
The LineageOS Project has outlined a wide range of improvements that it's delivered to the operating system, including numerous new features for the Jelly browser that it brought to LineageOS in May.
If you have a device that has not received any updates from the carrier or manufacturer, LineageOS might be a good option. The team has added more devices to its roster and made some improvements.
Since its release, LineageOS has seen numerous updates. These past couple of weeks are no different, as the team has added some new features and also introduced eight new devices to its roster.
LineageOS launched only a few months ago and it has already reached over a million downloads. The team has also updated its list of supported devices and added new features to the OS.
LineageOS 14.1 has now arrived on several more Samsung devices. Since its launch at Christmas, the LineageOS project has been racing to get its software on all the devices which CyanogenMod supported.
Like weeks previous, LineageOS has made new improvements to its OS and also added new devices to its roster. The LineageOS team is also looking for translators to help expand the builds.
It's only been a couple months, but LineageOS has continued to broaden support by adding five more devices. The team has also brought some improvements and new features to the OS.
Lineage OS is now supported on more handsets including the Samsung Galaxy S III and OnePlus One. The company looks well on its way to accomplish its goal of 80 supported devices.
The latest builds for Lineage OS - based on CyanogenMod - are finally available. However, they only support a handful of devices right now, with more handsets to be added soon.
It looks like the folks behind Lineage OS have been busy - working on a new OS that will be available to over 80 devices. Builds of the OS will start rolling out during the course of this weekend.
Since Cyanogen Inc. is discontinuing its operations by the end of the year, the CyanogenMod team has announced the new direction it will be taking with a new Android fork called Lineage OS.