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LineageOS drops support for 30 devices, including the Redmi Note 3 and Moto G4

The LineageOS custom ROM used to support just about every phone imaginable, but lately the project has been going for quality over quantity. Oreo (15.1) builds have to fulfill stricter requirements to receive official status, and now Lineage is dropping support for 30 unmaintained phones and tablets.

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LineageOS now available for Xperia Z, Xperia Z3+, LG G Pad 7.0, Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, and more

One of the best parts of LineageOS (and its predecessor, CyanogenMod) is that it can breathe life into older devices. Some phones and tablets can end up with several more years of Android updates thanks to the ROM community. Since we last looked at LineageOS, a whopping 10 more devices have been added, most of which are a few years old at this point.

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CyanogenMod 14.1 nightlies arrive for the Nexus 5, Moto X Pure Edition, Nextbit Robin, and more

CyanogenMod is virtually the best-known custom ROM out there, and for good reason: it brings the newest version of Android to devices that would otherwise have to wait much longer to receive it, or would never receive it at all. This week, quite a few popular devices have received CyanogenMod 14.1, which is based on Android 7.1 Nougat.

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Verizon's LG G Pad 7.0 Gets Its Lollipop Over-The-Air Update


AT&T LG G Pad 7.0 LTE Gets Official CyanogenMod Support, First Nightly Ready For Download

LG G Pad 7.0 LTE owners on the AT&T network who are dissatisfied with the default software may be happy to know that CyanogenMod now officially supports their device. The community has started to roll out fresh nightly builds, with one available as of now.

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The file is for model v410, which is AT&T's version of the tablet. The nightly comes with CyanogenMod 12.1, which provides Android 5.1.

The full download sits at 252.85 MB. You can grab it below, and you probably don't want to forget gapps while you're at it.

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Verizon's Galaxy S4 Mini And LG G Pad 7.0 LTE Get OTA Updates, But No Android Bumps


[Deal Alert] Refurbished LG G Pad 7.0 LTE Tablet Currently Just $89 On Woot

Let's get something out of the way right from the start. The LG G Pad 7.0 isn't a particularly exciting piece of hardware. It's powered by a Snapdragon 400 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM. That 7-inch display only provides 1280 by 800 pixels. On the software front, you're looking at Android 4.4.

But if you turn your eyes towards Woot, you will see that the site is offering a refurbished LG G Pad 7.0 LTE for only $89.99. That's a pretty good price for an LTE-equipped tablet. Paired with the right data plan, it's a decent way to keep the little ones in the backseat occupied during long trips (and perhaps short ones, too).

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Verizon Launches LTE-Equipped LG G Pad 7.0 And 10.1 With Temporary Promo Prices Of $49.99 And $199.99 On Contract

Big Red has just announced a pair of (kind of) budget-friendly tablets with LTE just in time for the holidays. So why not give someone the gift of a two-year mobile data contract? Well, maybe you should ask first. At any rate, you can get the LG G Pad 7.0 and 10.1 for $49.99 and $199.99 with a new contract, but these are temporary promo prices.


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AT&T Adds The LG G Pad 7.0 To Its Lineup On August 8th: $150 On-Contract, $250 Outright

When it comes to Android tablets on US carriers, you're lucky to find anything that isn't Samsung. But LG has been making a determined push as of late - in addition to expanding its G Pad lineup with three new models, they landed last year's G Pad 8.3 on Verizon. Today AT&T announced that it would make the smallest and cheapest current LG tablet, the G Pad 7.0, available on its LTE network starting this Friday, August 8th.

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You'll be able to buy a G Pad 7.0 with a new line of service and a two-year contract for $149.99, or $249.99 by itself.

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