LineageOS now supports 15 more devices
Almost a month ago, the community-driven Android-based ROM that is the direct successor of the popular CyanogenMod reached the one million users barrier. Now, LineageOS 14.1 gets a new updated that brings a few new features, as well as support for more than a dozen Android devices, including a tablet and a few variants of the old Galaxy Note II handset.
This is the full list of devices that received support for LineageOS this month:
The latest LineageOS update also comes with quick settings access to USB tethering, ADB over network, Ambient Display, and more. The new Gallery app comes with an improved user interface that enables fullscreen video playback and eases the navigation between the timeline, albums, and videos sections. At last, the Recorder app gets a new animation and floating button.
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