LineageOS 20 Custom ROM based on Android 13 for Android devices


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LineageOS 20 has already arrived for Android phones with dozens of new interesting features including Aperture mode in the Camera app, it is generally based on Google’s CameraX library which provides a much closer experience to stock Android.

Additionally, the company also provides April 2022 to December 2022 security patches (merged) to all users from LineageOS 17.1 through 20, lineageOS 20 now supports GKI and Linux 5.10 build with full out-of-tree module support.

If you want to download the LineageOS 20 Custom ROM on your Android smartphone then download it manually from the given link. If you can’t find your device then the company has not yet released the LineageOS 20 ROM for your device.

Devices LineageOS 20 Custom ROM Link
(There is no LineageOS custom ROM released based on Android 13 yet)


New Features!

  • Security patches from April 2022 to December 2022 have been merged to LineageOS 17.1 through 20.
  • LineageOS now has an awesome new camera app called Aperture! It is based on Google’s (mostly) awesome CameraX library and provides a much closer “to stock” camera app experience on many devices. Massive kudos to developers SebaUbuntu, LuK1337, and luca020400 who developed this initially, designer Vazguard, and to the entire team for working to integrate it into LineageOS and adapt it to our massive array of supported devices!
  • WebView has been updated to Chromium 108.0.5359.79.
  • We have introduced a completely redone volume panel in Android 13 and have further developed our side pop-out expanding panel.
  • We now support GKI and Linux 5.10 builds with full out-of-tree module support to match new AOSP conventions.
  • Our fork of the AOSP Gallery app has seen many fixes and improvements.
  • Our Updater app has seen many bug fixes and improvements, as well as now has a fancy new Android TV layout!
  • Our web browser, Jelly has seen several bug fixes and improvements!
  • We have contributed even more changes and improvements back upstream to the FOSS Etar calendar app we integrated some time back!
  • We have contributed even more changes and improvements back upstream to the Seedvault backup app.
  • Our Recorder app has been adapted to account for Android’s built-in features, while still providing the features you expect from LineageOS.
  • The app was rearchitected heavily.
  • Material You support has been added.
  • The high-quality recorder (WAV format) now supports stereo and there has been several threading fixes.
  • Android TV builds now ship with an ad-free Android TV launcher, unlike Google’s ad-enabled launcher – we also support Google TV-style builds and are evaluating moving to it on supported devices in the future.
  • Multiple Google TV features, such as the much more appealing looking Two-Panel Settings application have been ported to LineageOS Android TV builds.
  • Our adb_root service is no longer tied to the build type property, which allows greater compatibility with many third-party root systems.
  • Our merge scripts have been largely overhauled, greatly simplifying the Android Security Bulletin merge process, as well as making supporting devices like Pixel devices that have full source releases much more streamlined.
  • LLVM has been fully embraced, with builds now defaulting to using LLVM bin-utils and optionally, the LLVM integrated assembler. For those of you with older kernels, worry not, you can always opt out.
  • A global Quick Settings light mode has been developed so that this UI element matches the device’s theme.
  • Our Setup Wizard has seen adaptation for Android 13, with new styling, and more seamless transitions/user experience.

Amazing Aperture

Due to technical reasons, starting from LineageOS 19 we had to ditch Snap, our fork of Qualcomm’s camera app, and began providing Camera2 again, the default AOSP camera app.

This led to a poor camera experience out of the box, since Camera2 is too simple for the average user’s needs.

So, with this LineageOS version, we wanted to fix this, and luckily for us CameraX reached a usable state, being mature enough to power a full-fledged camera app, so we started working on it.

After two and a half months of development, it can completely replace Camera2 and thus became the default camera app starting from LineageOS 20.

Aperture implements several features that are missing from Camera2, for example:

  • Auxiliary cameras support (device maintainers must enable it)
  • Video frame rate controls
  • Full control of EIS (electronic image stabilization) and OIS (optical image stabilization) settings
  • A leveler to check the device orientation angle

LineageOS is an open-source operating system for smartphones and tablets, based on the Android mobile platform. It is the successor to the popular custom ROM CyanogenMod, which was forked by Cyanogen Inc. in December 2016 when it announced it was ceasing development and shutting down the infrastructure behind the project. Since CyanogenMod was shut down, LineageOS has become the most widely used custom Android ROM.

It’s designed to improve performance and reliability for your device over stock Android and offers a customizable interface. It is a popular alternative to the stock Android operating system with many Android devices.


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