With the arrival of the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro, and Mi A1, LineageOS 19 device support is growing.
The LineageOS 19 operating system, which is based on Android 12, is once again reaching more smartphones after officially debuting almost two months ago. Now that LineageOS 19 is available, users of the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro, and the affordable Mi A1 can flash it on their gadgets (h/t XDA ). This is the most latest software build that you can get if you have one of the more recent Xiaomi phones, which may offer a more reliable updating path going ahead.
The OnePlus 9 series and Poco X3 Pro already have Android 12, although the Mi A1 came with Android One and has only received official updates up to Android 9 Pie. As previously indicated, considering that support for older smartphones from manufacturers like Xiaomi and OnePlus can be patchy or at best restricted, this may be a way to extend the lifespan of your devices.
The fact that LineageOS 19 is really based on Android 12.1/12L, a release that is not yet officially available for the OnePlus 9, 9 Pro, and Poco X3 Pro, is also crucial to keep in mind. This implies that LineageOS 19 might give you the choice to install the most recent and finest version of Android on your smartphone.
You can find build/device links with detailed device installation instructions if you want to flash LineageOS 19 on your device:
OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 ( lemonade ) ( lemonadep ) X3 Pro Poco ( vayu ) Apple Mi A1 ( tissot ) There are no pre-installed Google apps with LineageOS releases. Therefore, in order to maintain access to the Play Store and other crucial Google apps and services, you will need to flash a GApps package. Fortunately, there is a thorough manual from the ROM’s development team that you can consult, called here .