Update your smartphone to Android 13 with LineageOS 20.
Are you tired of using an older Android phone that no longer receives updates from the manufacturer? If so, you might be interested in LineageOS, a popular custom ROM project that lets you try out the latest version of Android on a wide range of devices. In this blog post, we’ll dive into LineageOS and share some of its capabilities.
LineageOS 20, the latest version of the project, is based on Android 13 and brings a number of improvements and features to devices. One of the standout features is a new camera app called Aperture, which is based on Google’s CameraX library and offers a much-improved user experience.
In addition to the features provided by Android 13, LineageOS also includes a number of its own enhancements and additions. Currently, LineageOS 20 has official builds available for 20 phones and tablets, including the Motorola Edge 30, OnePlus 5, Moto G7, and Google Pixel 4 series. Some of these devices are still supported by their original manufacturer, while others are older and no longer receive updates.
If you want to try LineageOS on your device, you can check the project’s download page to see if it is currently supported. If your device is not yet supported, it may be added in the coming weeks or months, depending on the availability of a maintainer. So don’t give up on that older Android phone just yet – LineageOS might be able to give it new life with the latest version of Android.