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LineageOS brings Android 9 Pie to old smartphones

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LineageOS brings Android 9 Pie to old smartphones

LineageOS brings Android 9 Pie to old smartphones

If you're using an old Android phone and stop receiving the latest Android updates, here's something special for you from LineageOS.

Developers of LineageOS released the latest Android update using LineageOS 16.0, which provides the latest Android 9 Pie operating system for older devices. 

Yes, the new operating system update lets you use Android 9 Pie.

Android devices stop receiving the latest official updates 3 years after the date of purchase. 

However, it does not prevent the technical users from using and upgrading their devices by using the new custom ROMs and Firmwares. 

LineageOS has provided reliable updates to Android for years and today, and has just released the latest version of LineageOS 16.0 for older devices.

It looks like an unofficial Android OS designed for people who want to modify their existing Android devices.

Every Android user wants to use and explore the latest functionality and features of the Android operating system. 

The latest Android OS is Android 9.0 Pie, which is being paid to many Android devices at the moment. If your device does not receive any official updates, LineageOS 16.0 will be here.

This update upgrades your Android device using the latest Android 9.0 Pie operating system. Keep in mind that this is not an official update for Android. 

Some features and functionality of the original Pie Maker update may not work on your Android device.

If we're talking about supported devices, you can upgrade the following devices using the latest Android 9.0 Pie operating system through LineageOS 16.0.

According to official sources, developers may update the same update with a number of additional hardware support. 

So yes, if you find that your device is not in the list above, wait until the next update from the same developers. 

In the next update, they'll cover more Android devices that are running on the older Android operating system.

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