LineageOS Gets Several Key Updates and Adds New Devices

This week’s update of LineageOS has a lot of fixes and improvements that will be coming to users in the latest builds.  There is a pretty solid list of improvements that you can ready about on the developer’s site but for those who just want the highlights, here you go.  First, there is support for more than two cameras in Snap (think devices with dual rear cameras), a fix for when accounts where not showing up in settings, Dual SIM UI improvements and the AOSP file manager has replaced the CyanogenMod file manager.  The blog post has links to the repositories for those who want to read the gory details on all the changes.

LineageOS already has a massive number of devices that are supported but the list has also grown this week.

Added 14.1 devices

  • LG G3 (AT&T) – d850
  • LG G3 (Korea) – f400
  • Samsung Galaxy S III (GSM LTE) – i9305

Added 13.0 devices

  • LeEco LeMax2 – x2

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (GSM) – n5100

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (Wi-Fi) – n5110

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (LTE) – n5120

That brings the total count of supported devices to over 100.

Part of the announcement also put out the Help Wanted sign.  If you can help the team with language translations, they could use you.  Hit the link to the post to get the details and to volunteer to help.




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