One of the great strengths of Google's operating system compared to Apple's iOS is the vast possibilities for personalization of smartphones. One of the most sought after methods on Android is the use of a custom ROM, and one of the most popular is the Lineage OS.
Following the closure of the popular CyanogenMOD, which even emerged as the official platform for OnePlus One, Lineage OS emerged as its successor. This ROM was quickly received with open arms by the community and the results are in sight.
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However, not everything is a bed of roses. For a smartphone to remain listed as supported by ROM, some minimum requirements must be met. Recently, due to failure to meet these requirements, 30 Android smartphones are no longer officially supported by ROM Lineage OS.
The popular Lineage OS ROM no longer supports 30 Android smartphones
All of these smartphones were eventually removed from the list due to the lack of maintenance of their ROMs. That is, after the adaptation of the Android system to this ROM is necessary that there are developers constantly check for issues and release new updates.
Unfortunately, due to the absence of several developers30 smartphones were eventually removed, and in this list are some of the most popular when it comes to using Lineage OS.
For example, both the Motorola Moto G4 and Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 are no longer officially supported, even though they are on the most active smartphone list with the popular ROM. It is worth noting that being removed from the list does not mean that they will not return.
The list of smartphones officially supported by ROM Lineage OS can be quite volatile. There are multiple devices that went in and out of it several times. However, an output of 30 smartphones at the same time was something common.
Finally, among the 30 Android that are no longer officially supported. You can find Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 8, HTC 10, OnePlus X, among others.
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