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Android 11 arrives on Poco F1, Xiaomi Mi A2, OnePlus 6/6T/3/5/Nord, Nokia 6.1 Plus, and more as custom ROMs

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The development of Android 11 has been steady thus far but OEMs are still working tirelessly to supply the newest OS update to their eligible devices as soon as possible.

However, there are devices which will not get the newest OS update officially just because the respective OEMs have dropped the software update support.

Xiaomi Mi A2, Pocophone F1 (also referred to as Poco F1 in India), and Nokia 6.1 Plus are among the various devices which may not get upgraded to Android 11. Not officially a minimum of.

Nevertheless, custom ROMs like Potato Open Sauce Project (POSP) and ReloadedOS are already offering Android 11 support albeit unofficially.

Senior XDA Developers members, kenny3fcb, Raghu Varma, and raj_jdja, have developed the Android 11-based POSP custom ROMs for a bunch of devices.
The Mi A2 gets the unofficial POSP (Android 11) custom ROM from kenny3fcb but the ROM remains in testing phase meaning it’d be filled with bugs.

Raghu Varma has developed the Nokia 6.1 Plus POSP (Android 11) custom ROM with version 11.0.0_r3 and it also brings along the September security patch.

OnePlus 6 gets the Android 11-based POSP custom ROM from raj_jdja but there are several bugs that the developer has specifically listed.

Also, recognized XDA Developers member, Ritesh Saxena, has brought the Android 11-based ReloadedOS custom ROM to the Poco F1.

While these custom ROMs are still within the early stages of development, it’s good to ascertain that modders and developers are already performing on providing Android 11 support to older devices.

So, if you’re into custom ROMs and own one among these devices then make certain to see out the Android 11-based POSP and ReloadedOS custom ROMs.

Here are the download links for the custom ROMs for the aforementioned devices:

POSP (Android 11)

  • Device: Xiaomi Mi A2
  • Code name: jasmine_sprout
  • Android: 11
  • Type: Recovery
  • Download: Link

 

  • Device: Nokia 6.1 Plus
  • Codename: dragon
  • Android: 11
  • Type: Recovery
  • Download: Link

 

  • Device: OnePlus 6
  • Codename: dragon
  • Android: 11
  • Type: Recovery
  • Download: Link

ReloadedOS (Android 11)

  • Device: Pocophone F1
  • Codename: beryllium
  • Android: 11
  • Type: Recovery
  • Download: Link

It must be noted that these ROMs won’t be suitable for daily use because they’re still under testing. So, install them as long as you absolutely need a taste of Android 11.

That said, we are constantly tracking the event of Android 11 so make certain to see out our consolidated Android 11 update tracker for all major OEMs.

Update 1 (September 25)

Thanks to a couple of contributors, OnePlus 6T users now even have an opportunity to experience Android 11 on their smartphones via the POSP ROM. In its current state, the ROM is only AOSP-based thus you won’t find extensive customization options and features. to understand more about the ROM, head here.

Update 2 (September 26)

If you’re an OnePlus 5/5T user looking to put in the newest Android OS directly, you’ll be glad to understand that Android 11 is now available as a custom ROM courtesy of YAAP.

Similarly, OnePlus 3/3T and OnePlus Nord users also can install Android 11, all because of the team which is developing Havoc OS. For details, head here.

Update 3 (September 28)

IST 12:17 pm: While Android 11 is yet to be released in stable form for non-Pixel smartphones. Third-party developers have already managed to urge Android 11 up and running on several phones.

A few new devices are added to the present growing list. At this point around, the Realme 3 Pro/X Lite, ASUS Zenfone Max Pro M1, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL are becoming Android 11 via unofficial builds of Lineage OS 18.0.

You can download the ROM(s) for your device(s) via the links below:

Realme 3 Pro/X Lite (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Realme 3 Pro/X Lite
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Redmi Note 5 Pro
Android: 11
Type: Recovery

Google Pixel 2 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Google Pixel 2
Android: 11
Type: Recovery (Gapps included)

Google Pixel 2 XL (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Google Pixel 2 XL
Android: 11
Type: Recovery (Gapps included)

Update 4 (September 29)

IST 04:10 pm: a couple of new devices have also picked up the Android 11 update unofficially because of third-party developers. These devices are the Essential Phone, Moto G7 Power, Realme X2, and Realme XT.

Essential Phone (StatiXOS v4.0)

Device: Essential Phone
Android: 11
Type: Recovery (Gapps included)
Download: Link

Motorola Moto G7 Power (Unofficial RevengeOS)

Device: Motorola Moto G7 Power
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Realme X2 (Vanilla AOSP 11.0)

Device: Realme X2
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
 

Realme XT (Unofficial RevengeOS 4.0-R)

Device: Realme XT
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 5 (September 30)

IST 04:10 pm: We’ve added a couple of other smartphones that have bagged the Android 11 update via custom ROMs. this point around, the devices getting Android 11 unofficially are the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e, Xiaomi Mi 9, Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite, and therefore the Redmi Note 8/8T.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

  • Device: Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
  • Android: 11
  • Type: Recovery
  • Download: Link
    Xiaomi Mi 9 (Fluid 1.0)

Device: Xiaomi Mi 9

  • Android: 11
  • Type: Recovery
  • Download: Link
  • Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite (AOSP 11.0)

Device: Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite

Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Redmi Note 8/Note 8T (Vanilla AOSP 11.0)

Device: Redmi Note 8/Note 8T
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 6 (October 02)

IST 12:03 pm: While Sony is yet to reveal its plans for the rollout of Android 11 for its devices, certain models from the corporate have received Android 11 support with LineageOS 18.0, albeit unofficially.

These are the Sony Xperia 10, Sony Xperia 10 Plus, Sony Xperia XA2, Sony Xperia XA2 Plus, and therefore the Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra. you’ll download the ROMs for the aforementioned devices via the links below:

Sony Xperia 10 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Sony Xperia 10
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Sony Xperia 10 Plus (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Sony Xperia 10 Plus
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Sony Xperia XA2 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Sony Xperia XA2
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Sony Xperia XA2 Plus (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Sony Xperia XA2 Plus
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 7 (October 05)

IST 01:05 pm: We’ve added a couple of more devices that are learning the Android 11 update via custom ROMs. These are the Redmi Note 9S/Note 9 Pro (India), Redmi 3S, Xiaomi Mi 5, Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus, and therefore the Xiaomi Mi 8.

Redmi Note 9S/Note 9 Pro (India) (Unofficial StatiXOS 4.0)

Device: Redmi Note 9S/Note 9 Pro (India)
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Redmi 3S (NusantaraProject)

Device: Redmi 3S
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi 5 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Xiaomi Mi 5
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi 8 (PixelROM)

Device: Xiaomi Mi 8
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 8 (October 06)

IST 05:01 pm: Adding to the growing list of devices that have bagged unofficial Android 11 support are the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, Moto E 2015, Moto G 2015, Moto G3 Turbo, and therefore the Redmi 7.

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua (Android 11 + mainline Linux Kernel)

Device: Sony Xperia M4 Aqua
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Moto E 2015 (MalluOS 2.0 Beta)

Device: Moto E 2015
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Moto G 2015 (MalluOS 2.0 Beta)

Device: Moto G 2015
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Moto G3 Turbo (MalluOS 2.0 Beta)

Device: Moto G3 Turbo
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Redmi 7 (AOSP 11.0)

Device: Redmi 7
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 9 (October 09)

IST 04:45 pm: While the official LineageOS 18.0 builds are yet to arrive, because of independent developers, LineageOS 18.0 is out there on a slew of various smartphones unofficially. Head here to understand more.

Update 10 (October 12)

IST 04:22 pm: The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge won’t be getting the Android 11 update officially. However, you’ll get your try the newest Android version on them because of unofficial LineageOS 18.0 builds.

Samsung Galaxy S7 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Samsung Galaxy S7
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 11 (October 17)

IST 04:45 pm: The Nokia 6.1 (2018) isn’t getting to get the update to Android 11 officially. However, you’ll try the newest Android version on the device because of an unofficial LineageOS 18.0 build.

Nokia 6.1 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Nokia 6.1
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 12 (October 22)

IST 01:11 pm: Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S and Mi MIX 3 users now have an opportunity to undertake out Android 11 because of the ArrowOS 11.0 official custom ROM. you’ll download the ROM for your device(s) via the link(s) below:

Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S (Official ArrowOS 11.0)

Device: Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 (Official ArrowOS 11.0)

Device: Xiaomi Mi MIX 3
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 13 (November 18)

Realme 1 users won’t be getting the update to Android 11 officially. However, those that don’t mind tinkering with their device a touch can get Android 11 thereon unofficially.

This is possible because of an unofficial LineageOS build that has now become available for the Realme 1. you’ll download the custom ROM from the link below:

Realme 1 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Realme 1
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

ZenFone Max Pro M1 users are yet to urge the stable update to Android 10. Luckily, they will skip past Android 10 and install Android 11 on their devices via the LegionOS v3.3 ROM for the device as highlighted by a user.

Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 (Official LegionOS v3.3)

Device: Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 14 (November 23)

Nokia 6.1, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 6.2, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 7.1, and Nokia 7.2 users will who are looking to undertake out Android 11 are going to be pleased to understand that they will now try it out via unofficial ports of LineageOS 18.0. (Via)

Nokia 6.1 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Nokia 6.1
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Nokia 6.1 Plus (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Nokia 6.1 Plus
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Nokia 6.2 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Nokia 6.2
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Nokia 7 Plus (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Nokia 7 Plus
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Nokia 7.1 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Nokia 7.1
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

 Nokia 7.2 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Nokia 7.2
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Paranoid Android Ruby Alpha 1 supported Android 11 is now available for the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. We’ve added the links to download it below:

OnePlus 8 (Paranoid Android Ruby Alpha 1)

Device: OnePlus 8
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

OnePlus 8 Pro (Paranoid Android Ruby Alpha 1)

Device: OnePlus 8 Pro
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 15 (November 24)

IST 01:40 pm: The Android 11 update is now available for the HTC U12 Plus because of ViperExperience Alpha 7 ROM. you’ll download the custom ROM via the link below:

HTC U12 (ViperExperience Alpha 7)

Device: HTC U12 Plus
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 16 (November 28)

IST 11:25 am: Unofficial LineageOS 18.0 builds supported Android 11 are now available for the OnePlus 8 Pro and therefore the OnePlus 8T. you’ll download them via the links below:

OnePlus 8 Pro (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: OnePlus 8 Pro
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

OnePlus T (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: OnePlus 8T
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 17 (November 30)

within the latest blog post, it’s surfaced that Pixel Experience Plus edition builds (Android 11-based) are going to be coming next year, i.e. 2021. Here’s a word from the PE team:

You may even be aware that Plus Edition Builds are arising only next year (so don’t ask about it in our chats), and even be aware that TWRP decryption isn’t performing on Android 11, that scenario isn’t only happening with us. remember that formatting data on TWRP before flashing an Android 11 ROM will led to encryption not performing at all.

Update 18 (December 01)

While Poco has made no comments on the supply of the Android 11 update for the Poco F1, those that wish to undertake out Android 11 on the device can now do so via the Pixel Experience ROM also. Head here for the complete story and download links.

Update 19 (December 09)

LG G2 and Samsung Galaxy S3 users who are holding on to their smartphones so far are going to be pleased to understand that they will now install Android 11 on their devices because of unofficial LineageOS ports as per a report. We’ve shared the download links below:

Samsung Galaxy S3 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Samsung Galaxy S3
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

LG G2 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: LG G2
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 20 (December 10)

Android 11 based Pixel Experience custom ROM (beta) is now out for the OnePlus 8, 8 Pro, 8T, OnePlus 3 & 3T devices. For the download link and other details, you’ll head here.

Update 21 (December 11)

Samsung Galaxy A30, Galaxy A40, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30 users can now experience Android 11 on their devices because of the Project Sakura 3.R ROM.

Samsung Galaxy A30 (Project Sakura 3.R)

Device: Samsung Galaxy A30
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Samsung Galaxy A40 (Project Sakura 3.R)

Device: Samsung Galaxy A40
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Samsung Galaxy M20 (Project Sakura 3.R)

Device: Samsung Galaxy M20
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Samsung Galaxy M30 (Project Sakura 3.R)

Device: Samsung Galaxy M30
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Apart from these, it appears that a user has also managed to put in an unofficial LineageOS 18.0 build which is predicated on Android 11 on their Samsung Galaxy S2. More thereon here.

Update 22 (December 12)

Nokia 8 users who wish to undertake out Android 11 on their devices can now do so because of the unofficial crDroid v7 ROM that’s now available for it. you’ll download the ROM via the link below:

Nokia 8 (Unofficial crDroid v7)

Device: Nokia 8
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 23 (December 15)

Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+, and Galaxy Note 9 users can get their hands on Android 11 because of unofficial LineageOS 18.0 builds. Head here for more details and therefore the download links.

Update 24 (December 21)

4 Android 11 is now available for Samsung Galaxy S II I9100 because of the unofficial LineageOS 18.0 custom ROM. The download link for an equivalent is given below:

Samsung Galaxy S II I9100 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Samsung Galaxy S II I9100
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

The Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, and Mi Note 10 Lite can now be upgraded to Android 11 with the Xiaomi.eu, LineageOS 18.1, and EvolutionX 5.1 custom ROMs. The download links for the ROMs are given below:

Xiaomi Mi 10 (Xiaomi.eu)

Device: Xiaomi Mi 10
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro (Unofficial EvolutionX 5.1)

Device: Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 25 (December 23)

The Android 11-based Paranoid Android Ruby Alpha 2 custom ROM is now available for OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. The download link for an equivalent is given below:

OnePlus 8 (Paranoid Android Ruby Alpha 2)

Device: OnePlus 8
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

OnePlus 8 Pro (Paranoid Android Ruby Alpha 2)

Device: OnePlus 8 Pro
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Android 11 is now available for Asus ZenFone Max M1 and Asus ZenFone Max M2 because the Pixel Experience 11 custom ROM. determine all the small print and download links by heading up here.

Update 26 (December 24)

The Android 11-based Paranoid Android Ruby Alpha 1 custom ROM is now available for the Mi A3 and OnePlus 8T. The download links for both devices are given below:

OnePlus 8T (Paranoid Android Ruby Alpha 1)

Device: OnePlus 8T
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi A3 (Paranoid Android Ruby Alpha 1)

Device: Xiaomi Mi A3
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 27 (December 25)

 Asus ROG Phone 3 can now be upgraded to Android 11 because the unofficial LineageOS 18.1 custom ROM is out there for the device in question. The download link for an equivalent is given below:

Asus ROG Phone 3 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Asus ROG Phone 3
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 28 (December 26)

OnePlus 6 can now be upgraded to Android 11 as POSP (Potato Open Sauce Project) 4.0.1+2 stable custom ROM is out there for the device in question. Here’s the download link for the same:

OnePlus 6 (Potato Open Sauce Project 4.0.1+2 stable)

Device: OnePlus 6
Codename: enchilada
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 29 (December 30)

those that still own the Samsung Galaxy S5 can now try Android 11 on the device courtesy of an unofficial LineageOS 18.0 build. We’ve shared the download link below.

Samsung Galaxy S5 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Samsung Galaxy S5
Codename: klte
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 30 (January 04)

Samsung Galaxy M30s users who don’t mind tinkering with their phones can now install LineageOS 18.0 supported Android 11 on their devices because of an unofficial build.

Samsung Galaxy M30s (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Samsung Galaxy M30s
Codename: m30slte
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link
Update 31 (January 07)
IST 06:25 pm: While the Redmi 5A isn’t getting to get the update to Android 11, users can thank developer zuma99629 for bringing LineageOS 18.0 support for the device. you’ll download the ROM for your phone via the link below:

Xiaomi Redmi 5A (Unofficial LineageOS 18.0)

Device: Xiaomi Redmi 5A
Codename: Riva
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 32 (January 08)

Unofficial builds of LineageOS 18.0 are now available on a number of devices. a number of the newest to hitch the growing list are the Google Pixel C, HTC One M8/Dual, HTC One M9, Xiaomi Mi 8 SE, and Xiaomi Mi 4C.

Sony Xperia X and Xperia X Compact users also will be glad to understand that they will get their hands on Android 11 because of the ExplosiveLobster custom ROM.

Sony Xperia X (ExplosiveLobster)

Device: Sony Xperia X
Codename: Suzu
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Sony Xperia X Compact (ExplosiveLobster)

Device: Sony Xperia X
Codename: Suzu
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 33 (January 11)

OnePlus 3, OnePlus 3T, OnePlus 5, and OnePlus 5T can get Android 11 on their devices because of a bunch of Android 11-based custom ROMs that are now available for the devices.

Head here for the download links for the OnePlus 3/3T and here for the download links for the OnePlus 5/5T.

Android 11 is now available on these Motorola phones because of custom ROMs: Moto E 2015, Moto G 2015, Moto G3 Turbo, Moto G4 Play, Moto G5 Plus, Moto G5S, Moto G5S Plus, Moto G7 Power, Moto X4, and Motorola One.

None of those devices are expected to receive the update to Android 11 officially. Therefore, the sole thanks to try Android 11 on these devices going forward would be to flash a custom ROM.

because of unofficial LineageOS 18.1 builds, Android 11 is now available on a bunch of old smartphones including four 8-year-old Sony Xperia models as per a report.

OnePlus One (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: OnePlus One
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Google Nexus 5 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Google Nexus 5
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Sony Xperia XP (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Sony Xperia XP
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Sony Xperia T/TX/V (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Devices: Sony Xperia T/TX/V
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 34 (January 12)

While OEMs are still struggling to roll out Android 11 to eligible devices, independent developers are bringing the newest Android version to more smartphones every day.

Unofficial LineageOS 18.1 ports are now available for the Lenovo K6 Power and therefore the Google Nexus 7 2013. We’ve shared the download links below. (Via: 1, 2)

Lenovo K6 Power (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Lenovo K6 Power
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Google Nexus 7 2013 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Google Nexus 7 2013
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 35 (January 13)

Paranoid Android Ruby Beta 1 supported Android 11 is here for the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, and therefore the Xiaomi Mi A3. you’ll download the ROMs via the links below.

OnePlus 8/8Pro (Paranoid Android Ruby Beta 1)

Device: OnePlus 8/8Pro
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi A3 (Paranoid Android Ruby Beta 1)

Device: Xiaomi Mi A3
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

: Samsung Galaxy J and Motorola G7 Power users won’t be getting the Android 11 update officially, however, because of unofficial LineageOS 18.1 builds, they will try Android 11 on their devices directly. (Via: 1, 2)

Samsung Galaxy J (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Samsung Galaxy J
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Motorola G7 Power (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Motorola G7 Power
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 36 (January 14)

Unofficial LineageOS 18.1 ports are now available for the Google Pixel 4, Google Pixel 4 XL, Sony Xperia SP, and Motorola Moto Z2 Play. We’ve shared the links to download the ROMs below. (Via: 1, 2, 3)

Google Pixel 4 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Google Pixel 4
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Google Pixel 4 XL (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Google Pixel 4 XL
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Sony Xperia SP (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Sony Xperia SP
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Motorola Moto Z2 Play (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Motorola Moto Z2 Play
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 37 (January 15)

The Motorola Moto G3 Turbo, Xiaomi Redmi K20, Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3, and Xiaomi Mi 9T are the newest phones to urge unofficial LineageOS 18.1 builds. (Via: 1, 2, 3, 4)

Motorola Moto G3 Turbo (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Motorola Moto Z2 Play
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Redmi K20 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Xiaomi Redmi K20
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi 9T (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Xiaomi Mi 9T
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Update 38 (January 16)

As you await official OxygenOS 11 to roll out for your OnePlus 7/7T series device, we’ve compiled an inventory of Android 11 custom ROMs that perform even as well. you’ll check it all out via this link.

Update 39 (January 19)

Android 11-based LineageOS 18.1 builds are now available for the LG V30 and Xiaomi Mi Max 3. We’ve shared the download links below. (Via: 1, 2)

LG V30 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: LG V30
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

Xiaomi Mi Max 3 (Unofficial LineageOS 18.1)

Device: Xiaomi Mi Max 3
Android: 11
Type: Recovery
Download: Link

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