LineageOS 15.1 (Oreo 8.1) Feature List Overview with Screenshots and Video
LineageOS is the most popular custom ROM for Android smartphones and tablets. The team behind LineageOS recently announced the latest version of the custom ROM, LineageOS 15.1, based on Android 8.1 Oreo. All of Android Oreo‘s features are now available for users running LineageOS, including picture-in-picture mode, Autofill apps, notification channels/snoozing, and native support for theming. In addition, you can enjoy most of the great features that LineageOS is well known for, such as Privacy Guard, Live Display, Button/Gesture customization, and a plethora of great stock apps such as the Eleven Music Player and Snap Camera.
There’s a reason so many people love LineageOS, and it’s not just for all of the features listed above. It’s because they take device stability seriously, and have gone as far as requiring their members to abide by a strict set of requirements outlined in the Device Support Requirements Charter. If you own a supported device and choose to flash an official build of LineageOS, you can rest assured that your device will be running stable software that is also kept up to date against serious security vulnerabilities — perhaps well beyond the end of official manufacturer support.
If everything I’ve said sounds appealing so far, you may be interested in installing LineageOS onto your device. The only problem is that many new users don’t exactly know what they’ll be getting out of it. At the link below, they’ve compiled a list of features in LineageOS as well as screenshots showing off every feature that may be available in your device’s build.
Apart from the officailly supported devices, there is a bigger list of unnoficially support devices (usually older phones) that run LineageOS perfcetly well.
|LineageOS 15.1 Feature List Overview with Screenshots and Video
LineageOS 15.1 based on Android 8.1 Oreo was announced, and many of you may be wondering what features it offers. We've put together a list of features with screenshots and also a video discussing all of the unique features in LineageOS. Come check it out!