The goodbye to CyanogenMod it seemed a hard blow to the community of custom ROMs, however appeared LineageOS to pick up that witness. In our first impressions we were able to verify that key features are still there and far from stagnate is constantly evolving.
Periodically from repositories of LineageOS offer us the changes and new devices compatible with this ROM. It is good news that we can continue to expand the list of models that we can install this ROM stable, fast and with a multitude of options to customize the mobile.
LineageOS continues to grow
From the beginning, this ROM has been available for devices as popular as the LG G3, Galaxy S2, S7 Edge and the various models of OnePlus. Now added to the lista several devices which may not have been best-sellers, yes they ask for a ROM to be able to take advantage of all its capabilities.
The ROM has become the worthy successor of CyanogenMod. We are already LineageOS 14.1 based on Android 7.1.2 and security patches and bugs are kept up to date.
it is Not surprising that it has quickly caught the million users, in part for being one of the best options that we can install on the OnePlus One. It does not stop there because even we can take advantage of LineageOS for that Samsung Galaxy S that we have in the drawer of memories.
These are new compatible devices with LineageOS 14.1:
- Google Pixel C – dragon
- Galaxy Note 3 LTE
- bq Aquaris Or Plus
- Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus
- LG V20 GSM unlocked
- LG V20 Sprint
- LeEco Will Max 2 (upgraded from 13.0 to 14.1)
- Motorola Photon Q (upgraded from 13.0 to 14.1)
users of the Pixel C will be very happy to have this ROM, because this is not a device easy to root and modify due to your system partition.
New additions to LineageOS 14.1
in Addition to adding new models, there have also been some minor changes to improve the performance and fix some bugs as the WiFi will remain active after a reset to factory, it has reduced the lag of the AudioFX, the icon of the shortcut of the lock screen has been corrected as well as it has been patched a potential exploit of memory.
Jelly Browser, the built-in browser of LineageOS 14.1 now allows you to switch to desktop and it avoids having to load the web page again when you rotate the device.
The last detail that I appreciate particularly is that certain numbers of help for the domestic violence and the like do not appear on the invoices. A function is invisible to certain users at a difficult time can mean a lot.
Via | Android Police
Xataka Android | What more and what less I like of LineageOS
The news LineageOS 14.1 extends support to new devices: Pixel C, BQ Aquaris Or Plus and more was originally published in Xataka Android by Enrique Perez.
Phoneia.com (June 2, 2017). LineageOS 14.1 extends support to new devices: Pixel C, BQ Aquaris Or Plus and more. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/lineageos-14-1-extends-support-to-new-devices-pixel-c-bq-aquaris-or-plus-and-more/