LineageOS 18.1 builds have also been rolled back for Nvidia Shield TV and Jetson
The LineageOS team released their Android 12-based ROM builds late last month with support for a limited set of devices. Since then, developers have been hard at work adding support for new devices, with versions for the Poco X3, Motorola Edge S, original Razer Phone, and Nubia Mini 5G dropping soon after. Continuing its work on this front, LineageOS has added support for many more devices, including the Galaxy S10 series, Essential PH-1, and Xiaomi Mi 10T series.
For the Galaxy S10 lineup, LineageOS only supports the Exynos global variant. If you have the Snapdragon model, you’re out of luck because its locked bootloader means you can’t install custom ROMs on it.
The full list of new devices for which LineageOS 19.1 builds are now available is as follows (via XDA Developers):
- Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 – Wiki
- Essential PH-1 – Wiki
- Samsung Galaxy S10e – Wiki
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Wiki
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – Wiki
- Samsung Galaxy S10 5G – Wiki
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (Wi-Fi) – Wiki
- Xiaomi Mi 10T/10T Pro/Redmi K30S Ultra – Wiki
- Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite/Mi 10i/Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G – Wiki
- Xiaomi Poco F2 Pro/Redmi K30 Pro/Redmi K30 Pro Zoom Edition – Wiki
- Xiaomi Poco F3/Redmi K40/Mi 11X – Wiki
Whatever device you have, be sure to update it to the latest OS version and security patch from your OEM before installing LineageOS 19.
If you intend to try LineageOS 19 on your device, be sure to read the wiki page properly. Installation steps vary depending on your phone and require you to unlock its bootloader and install a custom recovery first. You’re also likely to encounter bugs and issues, so be sure to report them for resolution over time.
For Nvidia Shield TV and Jetson owners, the good news is that the team has reverted LineageOS 18.1 builds based on Android 11.
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