LineageOS brings Android 11 to old smartphones! See the full list here

Android smartphones continue to be quite limited in terms of their longevity, as most manufacturers limit themselves to ensuring two major updates for their devices. However, LineageOS remains one of the best options for millions of users.

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Since the beginnings of the Google operating system, one of the great highlights is the possibility of creating custom ROMs that bring users new features and a unique user experience. Even though this “alternative world” is much less prominent, LineageOS remains the ROM that remains in great evidence, bringing new versions of Android to dozens of smartphones.

Now the new LineageOS 18.1 has been launched, bringing support for the desired Android 11 to more than 50 smartphones. This is a ROM that can be installed on supported smartphones in a relatively simple and practical way. However, it is very important to emphasize that these procedures always take risks of damaging the devices.

LineageOS 18.1 Android 11

Full list of old smartphones that receive Android 11 thanks to LineageOS

  • Essential
  • F(x)tec
  • Google
    • Google Nexus 6
    • Google Nexus 7 2013
    • Google Pixel 2
    • Google Pixel 2 XL
    • Google Pixel 3
    • Google Pixel 3 XL
    • Google Pixel 3a
    • Google Pixel 3a XL
    • Google Pixel 4
    • Google Pixel 4 XL
    • Google Pixel 4a
    • Google Pixel 4a 5G
    • Google Pixel 5
  • LeEco
    • LeEco Le Max2
    • LeEco Le Pro3 / Le Pro3 Elite
  • LG
  • Motorola
    • Motorola Moto G6 Plus
    • Motorola Moto G7
    • Motorola Moto G7 Play
    • Motorola Moto G7 Plus
    • Motorola Moto G7 Power
    • Motorola Moto One Power
    • Motorola Moto X4
    • Motorola Moto Z2 Force
    • Motorola Moto Z3 Play
  • Nextbit
  • HMD Global (Nokia)
  • OnePlus
    • OnePlus One
    • OnePlus 2
    • OnePlus 3
    • OnePlus 3 / 3T
    • OnePlus 5
    • OnePlus 5T
    • OnePlus 8
    • OnePlus 8 Pro
    • OnePlus 8T
  • Razer
  • Samsung
    • Samsung Galaxy S4
    • Samsung Galaxy S4 Active
    • Samsung Galaxy S4 Value Edition (GT-I9515/L)
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (Wi-Fi)
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (LTE)
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (Wi-Fi)
  • Sony
    • Sony Xperia 10
    • Sony Xperia 10 Plus
    • Sony Xperia XA2
    • Sony Xperia XA2 Plus
    • Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra
  • Xiaomi
    • Xiaomi Mi 5
    • Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus
    • Xiaomi Mi 8
    • Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite
    • Xiaomi Mi MIX
    • Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S
    • Xiaomi Mi Note 2
    • Xiaomi POCO F1
    • Xiaomi Redmi 7

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via: LineageOS

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