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ZTE Axon 7, LG G2, Redmi 3S/3X and Redmi 4X get official LineageOS 15.1

LingeageOS 15.1 for the ZTE Axon 7. LG G2, Redmi 3S/3X and the Redmi 4X released.The ZTE Axon 7 and the LG G2, in particular, are two old devices now, releasing in 2016 and 2013 respectively. Even still, old age has never been a deterrent to some of the most talented developers on our forums, and it’s no different even now. You can now get an official build of LineageOS

List of Android Pie (Android 9) ports for smartphones and tablets

Android Pie Android 9Since Android Pie was announced and its source code made available on AOSP, the developer community on our forums has been hard at work building the latest release for their devices. Although the stable, official Android 9 Pie release is currently only available for the Google Pixel/Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL, and Essential

Xiaomi Mi 3, Xiaomi Mi 4, & Xiaomi Redmi 4X get Android Pie (Android 9) ports

Android 9 Android PieGoogle released Android 9 Pie for the Google Pixel/XL and the Google Pixel 2/XL last week. The latest version of Android comes with significant improvements including a new gesture navigation system, a new Material Design theme, Digital Well-being, privacy and security improvements, and more. In terms of updates, the Essential Phone is the only third-party

Download the best Google Camera port for your Android device

Google CameraOne of the best developments in the Android community in recent years has been Google Camera ports. The Google Pixel‘s picture-taking ability is spectacular, even though the camera hardware may be better on other devices. A lot of the Google Pixel’s photo magic comes from the Google Camera app. Features like HDR+ and portrait mode

Android P Beta ported for some Snapdragon Project Treble-enabled devices

Android P Developer PreviewProject Treble is still a relatively new development for Android. After all, it was first introduced with Android Oreo and only devices launching with Android 8.0 and newer are required to be Treble-compatible out of the box. Yet, it has boosted custom ROM development in our forums in new, previously unimaginable ways: We’ve seen an