[LIST] Devices we plan to upgrade to /e/OS S

The following devices from our Supported List will receive an upgraded to /e/OS S
Please note:

  • This is the first draft
  • There will be additions and deletions from this list
  • We expect to release /e/OS S or Android 12 by end of October :crossed_fingers:
  • The plan is to release the upgrade build for these devices in sets of 20 (?) on a monthly basis instead of weekly releases
  • This will be a manual upgrade for users. Which means the build will not automatically upgrade the existing build to S. Users will have to download and then flash these builds.
  • Some of the devices we sell / sold on the Murena shop will get the S OS upgrade via OTA for example the s8

Update 9 Nov /e/OS ‘S’ builds have been released. You can find the download links on the Documentation site.

Vendor Name CodeName
ASUS ZenFone 8 sake
Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 X00TD
ASUS Zenfone 5Z Z01R
Essential Essential PH-1 mata
Fairphone FP3/3+ FP3
Fairphone FP4 (dev and stable) FP4
Google Pixel 5a barbet
Google Pixel 3 blueline
Google Pixel 3a XL bonito
Google Pixel 4a 5G bramble
Google Pixel 4 XL coral
Google Pixel 3 XL crosshatch
Google Pixel 4 flame
Google Pixel 5 redfin
Google Pixel 3a sargo
Google Pixel 4a sunfish
Google Pixel XL 2 taimen
Google Pixel 2 walleye
Lenovo Z5 Pro GT heart
Lenovo Z6 Pro zippo
Motorola Moto Z3 Play beckham
Motorola Moto One Power chef
Motorola Moto G6 Plus evert
Motorola Moto One Vision/Motorola P50 kane
Motorola Moto G7 Plus lake
Motorola Moto Z2 Force nash
Motorola Edge S / Moto G100 nio
Motorola Moto G7 Power ocean
Motorola Moto X4 payton
Motorola Moto G7 river
Motorola Moto One Action troika
Motorola Moto G 5G / Motorola One 5G Ace kiev
Motorola Moto G 5G Plus / Motorola One 5G nairo
Motorola Edge racer
Nokia 6.1 Plus DRG
Nokia 6.1 PL2
OnePlus 5 cheeseburger
OnePlus 5T dumpling
OnePlus 6 enchilada
OnePlus 6T fajita
OnePlus 8 instantnoodle
OnePlus 8 Pro instantnoodlep
OnePlus 8 T kebab
OnePlus 9 lemonade
OnePlus 9 Pro lemonadep
Razer Phone 2 aura
Razer Phone cheryl
Samsung Galaxy S10e beyond0lte
Samsung Galaxy S10 beyond1lte
Samsung Galaxy S10+ beyond2lte
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G beyondx
Samsung Galaxy Note10 d1
Samsung Galaxy Note10+ d2s
Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G d2x
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite gta4xl
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite gta4xlwifi
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e gts4lv
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e gts4lvwifi
SHIFT SHIFT6mq axolotl
Sony Xperia XZ2 akari
Sony Xperia XZ3 akatsuki
Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium aurora
Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra discovery
Sony Xperia 10 kirin
Sony Xperia 10 Plus mermaid
Sony Xperia XA2 pioneer
Sony Xperia XA2 Plus voyager
Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact xz2c
Xiaomi POCO F3 / Redmi K40 / Mi 11X alioth
Xiaomi Mi 10T / Mi 10T Pro / Redmi K30S Ultra apollon
Xiaomi Poco F1 beryllium
Xiaomi Mi 8 dipper
Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite / Mi 10i / Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G gauguin
Xiaomi POCO F2 Pro / Redmi K30 Pro / Redmi K30 Pro Zoom Edition lmi
Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G monet
Xiaomi Redmi 7 onclite
Xiaomi Mi A1 tissot
Xiaomi POCO X3 Pro vayu
Xiaomi POCO M2 Pro/Redmi Note 9S/ Redmi Note 9 Pro / Redmi Note 9 Pro Max miatoll
Xiaomi Mi6 sagit
ZUK Z2 Plus z2_plus
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Urgency is to publish builds for devices that already run android 12 as stock OS.

When done, it will be the time to upgrade other devices supported by /e/os
but abandonned by their vendors in previous android versions.

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Is /e/OS already buildable for android12? If so what is the branchversion for it?

At present, it is under the final stages of development and testing. Will share links with all once we are sure it works as expected.

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@Manoj What about Fairphone 2? :thinking:

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As mentioned in the initial post

Thanks. So Waiting for additions - hopfully no deletions :roll_eyes:

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@Manoj Little question, do you mean “s9” instead of “s8” ? On the murena shop, I don’t see Samsung s8 for sale.

Thanks :slight_smile:

Some of these devices were sold earlier. We will continue to support and upgrade where possible.

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Ok thank you very much for this precision.

if you’re curious why some legacy devices can’t get /e/ S or lineage 19: it’s their vendor kernels being to old to offer a required subsystem. Quoting from Changelog 26 - Tailored Twelve, Audacious Automotive, Neat Networking, Devoted Developers – LineageOS – LineageOS Android Distribution

This is due to AOSP’s removal of iptables in favor of eBPF. […] … only devices with Linux kernel 4.9 or newer have the needed capabilities to make use of eBPF. […]. Those of you on a 4.4 kernel, fear not, a backport has been created, but for devices using kernel versions 3.18 and below, this may be the end of the road.

Some old SoCs have increasingly good mainline support, but still a niche topic to run this with AOSP. Could be a way to leave the confines of an old vendor kernel some day.

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Interestingly there are Android 12L / 19.1 versions for old devices…

https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/rom-unofficial-12l-i9300-lineageos-19-1-beta.4379129/

https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/lineageos-19-1-android-12l-for-gt-n5100-gt-n5110-gt-n5120-beta.4366627/

Tribute to html6405!

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yep
, but compared to unofficial ports that rely on a 4.4+ vendor kernel the older ones cannot have again an official release and incompatabilities have a higher probability (where iptables /ebpf is used: in networking)

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Yes, but still they are working and have network traffic ;- )

sure, it’s still worth to build unofficial trees if feedback is things work “good enough”

Some of the official builds hardly achieve that ;- )

No Teracube 2e upgrade?

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Oneplus 5 and 6 models and then 9 models, but no 7 or 8 models. Why is that??

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Please be aware …

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Hee Manoj, do you know from the top of your head which is the smallest phone on this list?