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LineageOS 18 Download for Supported Devices List


This post was last updated on July 7th, 2020 at 07:34 am

LineageOS 18 is based on Android 11 which will be available as soon as the later makes a public release. Of course Android 11 is already available in BETA for many phones. LineageOS 18 being a custom ROM can only be built when the Android 11 source code is released.

With the latest AOSP release it usually takes a week for the LineageOS team to merge the new AOSP to their new LineageOS branch. In this the latest AOSP release is Android 11 and the corresponding Lineage branch will be the LineageOS 18.

LineageOS 18 Download for Supported Devices

As always we are the first to bring the latest LineageOS build for any Android phone built by the developers. In this post you will find a list of LineageOS 18 build for supported devices. As we move on, the list will grow bigger with more number of LineageOS 18 builds for more number of devices.

Before moving to download for your device, you may find the below useful points about the LineageOS 18 features and/or Android 11 features in general, plus some frequently asked questions.

LineageOS 18 FAQ

The LineageOS 18 is going to be the latest LineageOS build as of 2020. It has been the popular Android custom ROM ever since the CyanogenMod was made.

Based on different usability, below are some of the FAQs related to LineageOS 18.

When LineageOS 18 will be Available?

Release of LineageOS 18 depends on Android 11 public release.

As far as the Android 11 public release is concerned, it is expected to happen in Q3 2020. If we go back and see the last couple of Android releases; the Android 9 was released on 6th August and Android 10 was released on 3rd September.

With that we can expect the LineageOS 18 may be available somewhere around August or September 2020. But, these will be unofficial builds initially. The official LineageOS 18 builds may come much later like the official LineageOS 17.1 came in around April 2020, which is much later the Android 10 release.

But, at this moment it is already available as developer previews. From May 2020 the beta builds will be rolled out. Finally, as per the plan Android 11 will be released in Q3 2020.

Android 11 release schedule

Will my Phone Get LineageOS 18 Update?

Probably the most awaited and relevant question for most of the users!

LineageOS 18 for a specific device is built by an individual developer unlike the official firmware that comes from the OEM itself. Because of this, the builds for different devices are very much scattered and not predictable which devices may have active developers to bring the LineageOS 18.

Many age old devices like Xiaomi Mi 3, Moto X Play etc. have got LineageOS 17.1 and other older LineageOS builds just because they all have some active developer(s) working towards.

So, it is not predictable to make a list of LineageOS 18 supported devices but You can use the past list of LineageOS 17.1 or the LineageOS 16 to get a fair idea.

And, of course, you can always leave a comment for me so that I can actively look for an available LineageOS 18 or at least any other Android 11 custom ROM for your device.

LineageOS 18 Supported devices List

As of now there only a handful of Android 11 GSI builds available for many devices but no LineageOS 18 builds. As we will get to explore more, the list will have the actual LineageOS 18 builds in place.

Essential LineageOS 18 Download list

Essential Phone PH-1 (mata)Android 11 GSI for Essential Phone
– Pixel DP based on Android 1


OnePlus LineageOS 18 Download list

OnePlus 5 (Cheeseburger)OnePlus 5 Android 11
OnePlus 6T (fajita)OnePlus 6T Android 11
OnePlus 7 Pro (guacamole)OnePlus 7 Pro Android 11


Xiaomi LineageOS 18 Download list

Mi 8 (dipper)Mi 8 Android 11
Mi A2 (jasmie_sprout)Mi A2 Android 11
Poco F1 (beryllium)Poco F1 Android 11
Redmi Note 5 Pro (whyred)Redmi Note 5 Pro Android 11


This is a very initial list of LineageOS 18 builds. This list will have more devices as the builds will will come from various developers. If you won’t find your device in the above list, you may consider looking into older android updates or may have to wait a little longer.

Add-on Downloads

After downloading the latest LineageOS 18, you might be interested in one of the following useful apps or mods for your device!

Google Camera for LineageOS 18

With the Android 10 update the Google Camera or GCam was also updated to version 7.0 and later. Similarly, there is no such update as of now for the Android 11!
But, you can always get your device in the below list of GCam that contains a huge list of compatible Google Camera for all available devices.

LineageOS 18 Rooting

As of now Magisk is the only rooting script available but that does not work on Android 11.

I will update a rotting guide for LineageOS 18 once it is made compatible by the Magisk developer.

What if there is no LineageOS 18 update?

Well, it is highly likely that the LineageOS 18 is not available for many phones initially. In that case, you can have a look on other Android 11 custom ROMs or an older custom ROMs based on older Android versions.

Android 11 downloads

  • Android 11 AOSP builds
  • Pixel Experience 11

Android 10 downloads

Android Pie downloads

Android Oreo downloads

That’s all on this LineageOS 18 downloads list. If you have not found your device in the list then either you can try searching for other Android 11 ROM or other legace Android ROMs. Otherwise you can always leave a comment with your device model name so that I can search and bring it for you.

About the Author

I am a Software Engineer by profession. I have worked with few big companies, such as: BROADCOM Corporation, Cypress Semiconductor, LSI Corporation, TOSHIBA Corporation, Western Digital; on various cutting edge technologies and product lines, such as: RAID storage Driver, SSD Firmware, WLAN Firmware etc. Having more than 9 years of experience in Software Engineering domain. Now contributing to the Custom ROMs community by bringing various Custom ROMs to the end users, developed by thousands of developers across the globe.


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