Here is a list of every device compatible with Lineage OS

By | 14th October 2018

If you are one of the many Android users that are in the ROM community, then you have likely heard of Lineage OS. Starting out as CyanogenMod, Lineage OS came into being after Cyanogen Inc. attempted to commercialize CyanogenMod and miserably failed in its efforts to do so.

From that viewpoint, Lineage OS is simply CyanogenMod with a different name. Regardless, Lineage OS is an open-source operating system based on Android that features its own open-source community. From that community, we have seen a slew of development builds that cover almost 200 phone models.

There are a few things to keep in mind, the first being that not every device uses the same root method. You might even need to track down bootloader unlock codes for certain devices, so make sure to do your homework beforehand.

You will also notice that not every device supports the same Lineage OS version, even if the devices come from the same manufacturer. Some devices support Lineage OS 14.1 (based on Android 7.1 Nougat), which still gets updates but include no feature advancements.

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Other devices support Lineage OS 15.1 (based on Android 8.1 Oreo), which is the latest version of Lineage OS and still gets feature advancements.

Also, just because your device might not be on the list does not mean that will remain the case. As long as enough people make enough noise, there are bound to be developers that will listen and help make a Lineage OS ROM for that device.

Lastly, remember that the custom development community is a vast one. Odds are that there are unofficial versions of Lineage OS and other custom ROMs floating around for your device, but it does not hurt to look around to make sure.

With that said, here is the list of every device compatible with Lineage OS. We will continually update this list as more devices get added and get updated to the latest version of Lineage OS.


Asus

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


BQ

BQ

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1

Note: Notice how the codenames for the supported devices are based on characters in the popular Dragon Ball series. Nice touch, BQ.


Fairphone

Lineage OS 15.1


Google

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1

Fun fact: Notice how every device has some type of fish as a codename. Given the fish theme, it makes sense that the Nexus 7 2013 (4G)’s “deb” codename is actually a character in Finding Nemo that is known as a damsel fish. The more you know!


HTC

Lineage OS 14.1


Huawei/Honor

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


LeEco

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


Lenovo

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


LG

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1

Fun fact: The G2 is the only supported device that can officially run Lineage OS 15.1 and it is five years old. Even the one-year-old G6 can’t say that.


Motorola

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


Nextbit

Lineage OS 15.1

Fun fact: Razer bought Nextbit in 2017 for an unknown sum. No wonder the Razer Phone looks like a grown-up Nextbit Robin.


Nubia

Lineage OS 14.1


Nvidia

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


OnePlus

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1

Fun fact: Notice how the OnePlus One had a food as its codename, something we would not see again until we get to the OnePlus 5 and 5T. The OnePlus 6’s codename? Enchilada. Go figure.


Oppo

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


Samsung

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1

Fun fact: The Galaxy S2 is seven years old and still supports Lineage OS 14.1.


Sony

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


Wileyfox

Lineage OS 15.1

Fun fact: The Swift and Storm were Wileyfox’s first two smartphones and came pre-loaded with Cyanogen OS, the commercial version of CyanogenMod that gave Cyanogen, Inc. more control over the software.


Wingtech

Lineage OS 15.1


Xiaomi

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


Yu

Yu Yureka Black home screen

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1

Fun fact: Similar to OnePlus, You is a very hungry company and codenamed the three supported devices after types of food. In particular, the Yunique is codenamed “jalebi.” Jalebi is a sweet food that is popular in many parts of Asia and Africa, particularly in the Indian subcontinent.


ZTE

ZTE Axon 7 Mini

Lineage OS 14.1

Lineage OS 15.1


Zuk

Lineage OS 14.1


And there you have it! Keep in mind that these are devices with ongoing official Lineage OS support. Additional devices will surely be added in the future, but keep in mind that many more have unofficial versions of Lineage OS flying around in forums.

Make sure to leave a comment if you have any of the supported devices and what your experience has been with Lineage OS. Don’t forget to check out our beginner’s guide to installing Lineage OS on your device.