In this post, we have compiled the list of LineageOS 15.1 supported devices, officially and unofficially. We have provided direct download links for official builds and corresponding threads for the unofficial ones.

LineageOS is a well-known name in the aftermarket firmware community. The custom ROM was forked from its discontinued predecessor – CyanogenMod, back in December 2016. The new brand name was evolved to better, so while offering everything that CyanogenMod previously did, LineageOS also creates a new standard for custom ROMs. Along the course, LineageOS has kept adding support for various OEM devices and crossed the mark of 1.5 million active installs within months. The user base is expanding exponentially with a series of unofficial builds compiled by third-party developers at XDA forums. Below is the list of LineageOS 15.1 Supported Devices, check if your Android phone is supported or not.

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Android 8.1 Oreo-based LineageOS 15.1 is Now Available

Android users are keen on getting Android Oreo running on their respective devices. However, OEMs often tend to terminate the official support due to hardware limitations or other factors. In such a situation, an Android user looks forward to the Android development community in order to get support for the latest Android version. At the moment, the most popular custom ROM based on Android 8.1 Oreo is LineageOS 15.1 itself.

The ROM is already in active development, the changes for which could be tracked down at the official Github repo. According to the official developers, the team has skipped the release of LAOS 15.0 (Android 8.0 Oreo) and moved directly on to LineageOS 15.1 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. Which sort of turns out to be a piece of good and bad news for the awaiting users. Good, because users will get to enjoy the more recent version of Android. Bad, since they will probably need to wait more before the official builds are announced.

Before we get to the LineageOS 15.1 Supported Devices list, let us dive more into the ROM itself and how it can benefit you.

  • Get Android 8.1 Oreo running on your device.
  • Fixes for widely affecting vulnerabilities including KRACK and Blueborne.
  • Touchscreen gestures
  • Redesigned Recorder application

Since LAOS 15.1 is based on Android 8.1 Oreo, you can relish all the exclusive features including Picture-in-Picture mode, Notification Dots, Autofill Framework, faster boot time, and much more. The builds also include the stock LineageOS 15.1 wallpapers.

However, developers and members over at the XDA forums are already onto compiling LineageOS from the available 8.1 Oreo sources. The ROM has already been ported to an extensive list of devices from various manufacturers. Note that these ROMs are compiled and distributed by third-party developers at the XDA-Developers community. All the credits and our appreciations go to the respective developers.

LineageOS 15.1 Supported Devices and Download Links

Official Builds

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Unofficial Ports

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How to Install LineageOS 15.1 on your Supported Device

Irrespective of the device for which you have downloaded the ROM, the instructions for flashing stay the same. You must have TWRP recovery in order to flash LineageOS 15.1 on your Android phone or tablet. We strongly suggest you follow our guide on how to backup Android phones before proceeding.

  1. Download the ROM zip from above.
  2. Next, download the latest GApps package.
  3. Connect your phone to the PC using the USB cable.
  4. Transfer the ROM and GApps files to the device’s storage or SD card.
  5. Once transferred, disconnect the device and power it off.
  6. Press the special buttons combination specific to your device to enter TWRP recovery mode.
  7. Go to “Wipe” -> “Advanced Wipe” and select the following check boxes.
    • Data
    • System
    • Cache
    • Dalvik/ART Cache
      TWRP Wipe to Install LineageOS 15.1
  8. Swipe the “Swipe to confirm Wipe” button on the screen.
  9. Go back to the main screen and tap on the “Install” button.
  10. Navigate to the internal storage and select the ROM zip.
  11. Once selected, tap on the “Add more Zips” option and select the GApps zip this time.
  12. You have just added the files to the flashing queue.
    Install LineageOS 15.1 using TWRP
  13. Swipe the button to install LineageOS 15.1 on your Android device.
  14. Once the flashing process is complete, hit “Reboot System”.

If you’d further like to root the ROM, you can download the latest SuperSU / Magisk zip and flash it using TWRP. When your phone boots, you shall be able to enjoy all the latest features of the ROM. The official release is yet to be announced until then, stay tuned, and keep an eye on this list for the latest LineageOS ROM ports based on Android 8.1 Oreo.

So this was our list of LineageOS 15.1 supported devices and the respective original XDA threads for download links. If you think we left a device or have any questions, kindly leave a comment.


  1. ive recently installed LineageOS onto my Canadian Samsung galaxy S7 and as soon as i boot it up it give a bunch of “(app) stopped working and then it says the pixel introduction has stopped working and the screen goes completely black. i have no way of booting into TWRP because it instantly goes back to the charging logo and i have no clue what to do at this point.

    1. Hi Tyler. At this point, I would suggest that you take a backup of your phone first.

      Once done, reflash TWRP using Odin. Make sure that you use the latest TWRP file.

      Then boot into TWRP, reflash the latest LineageOS 15.1 build available on the XDA thread and flash the MindTheGApps package.

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