Over the past few months Lineage OS has been the hottest thing in the world of custom ROMs. Taking their work forward from where CyanogenMod left off, Lineage is the leading authority in the world of custom ROMs now. It now has over hundreds of thousands of active installs, and a large number of former CyanogenMod developers have started working on Lineage. In a latest update, two major names have received support for Lineage OS 14.1: Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Tablet.
The tablet isn’t perhaps the first name that comes to mind when you hear Samsung Galaxy Note 8. We would like to remind the readers that we are referring to the tablet released by Samsung in the February of 2013, and not the upcoming Note 8 smartphone. In addition to that, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, which are two of the best smartphones of the last year now have the support for LineageOS 14.1.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 WiFi and Tab S2 9.7 LTE were previously running CyanogenMod 13. They too can now upgrade to Lineage OS 14.1. Talking about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 tablet again, all three of its models – Wi-Fi, GSM and LTE tablets can now be upgraded to Lineage OS 14.1.
In addition to all the aforementioned phones and tablets, the Samsung Galaxy S III GSM LTE too, has now been upgraded to Lineage OS 14.1. While this latest batch of news comes out as good news for Samsung users, there are others who benefit too. LeEco users of LeEco Le Pro 3 and LeMax 2 can now run Lineage OS 13. Moreover, the Korean, AT&T and Verizon versions of the LG G3 too, have bene given the Lineage OS 14.1 update. Lineage is growing at a rapid pace, and it is indeed quite interesting to see the response they’re getting from the users!