Updated on December 25, 2018: Added a few more devices to the list of AOSP Android 9.0 Pie:
As we all know that the Google has already rolled out their latest version of Android, the Android 9 Pie. The Google always names its Android versions after a sweet dessert. This time too, the Company managed to name its Android Version after a sweet dessert, the Pie. Well, some of the devices like the Google's own Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL has already got this update for the latest Android Version. With, that being said, all OEMs are working on updates for their devices. Just in case you don't already know, Android is an Open Source Project (AOSP) by Google. This means that the Company makes the source code for the Android publically. This helps the OEMs to make changes to the Source Code according to their taste and then make it available for the devices.
Now, since the Android is an Open Source Project, the developer community is always seen working around it and making it available for the devices unofficially. Well, there are still a lot of devices for which it’s hard to find the first ports of Android Pie. Therefore, today in this post, we would be covering on a List of AOSP Android Pie Supported devices [Custom ROM development]. But before we do, let us first take a look at What's on Android Pie.
What's on Android Pie?
The Google has started rolling out the next major version of Android for the supported Google Pixel devices. After the Android 8.0 Oreo, this is the 9th iteration of Android from Google. With Android Pie, Google has revamped many UI changes which include the notification panel, Settings, Quick Toggles and more. The main highlighted features of Android Pie are notification panel, indoor WiFi positioning, support for iPhone X-style notches, Material Design 2, Dark Mode, Enhanced Auto-fill, Dual Camera API, Neural network API implementation and many more.
Well, let us now take a quick look at some of the most important features of Android 9 Pie. Should we?
Android 9.0 Pie Features
Here are some of the main features of the Android 9 Pie:
- Gestures: With this release of Android, the Google removed the original home button with a pill that supports gestures. For instance, the users can slide up to show recent apps or slide right to quickly switch between apps.
- New Recent Apps menu: With the earlier versions of Android, there used to be a stacked card list of Recent Apps. This is now replaced with a horizontal card list.
- New User Interface: The Android 9 Pie has an all-new user interface which is even more minimal. Google has used the Color Sche,e which they call it as Material Design 2 with this version of Android.
- Dashboard: Also known as Digital Wellbeing is One of our personal favorite features of the Android 9 Pie is the addition of a Dashboard. Now, the dashboard is that feature which would help you track your overall usage. Users can track the app(s) usage, sleep and more. The objective here is to prevent distractions and focus on productive things.
- Slices: With earlier versions of Android, when we search for an app on Android, the app icon itself comes up. But with this version of Android, Google is going to show you information that's embedded within apps.
So those were some of the Android Pie features, now let us move on to the List of AOSP Android Pie Supported devices [Custom ROM development].
List of AOSP Android 9.0 Pie Custom ROM Supported devices
Wait! Before we begin our list. Let us clear some things to you with our prerequisites section. Should we?
- Make sure that you have unlocked the bootloader of your Android Device.
- Your Android Device should be rooted and you should have the custom recovery like TWRP installed on your device.
- Don't forget to take a full backup of everything on your device before installing any Custom Pie ROM. That way, you would be on the safer side just in case something gets wrong.
- Your Android Device should have at least a 60% charge left.
Now, let us get to the list of Android Devices.
List of supported Android Devices
Here is a list of Android Devices which would be supported by the Android 9 Pie Open Source Project [Custom ROM development].
|Device Name||Download Link|
|Huawei P10||Link Here|
|Huawei P10 Plus||Link Here|
|Asus Zenfone 5Z||Link Here|
|Alcatel tetra||Link Here|
|General Mobile GM8||Link Here|
|Umidigi Z2||Link Here|
|Huawei Honor V9||Link Here|
|Alldocube M5||Link Here|
|Elephone A4||Link Here|
|Elephone Soldier||Link Here|
|Elephone A4 Pro||Link Here|
|Asus Zenfone Live L1||Link Here|
|HomTom S99||Link Here|
|Chuwi Hi9 Air||Link Here|
|Infinix Note 5||Link Here|
|Itel A32F||Link Here|
|Wiko View Max||Link Here|
|Wiko Lenny 5||Link Here|
|Redmi 6 Pro||Link Here|
|Nokia 7 Plus||Link Here|
|Nokia 6.1 Plus||Link Here|
|Sony Xperia XZ1||Link Here|
|Mi Pad 4 Plus||Link Here|
|Yu Yureka 2||Link Here|
|ZTE Nubia Z17 Mini||Link Here|
|Huawei MediaPad M5||Link Here|
|OnePlus 6||Link Here|
|Sony Xperia XZ2||Link Here|
|Sharp Aquos S2||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6||Link Here|
|Sprint Galaxy Tab E 8.0||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy J5||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy Alpha||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy S2||Link Here|
|HTC One M9||Link Here|
|LG G3||Link Here|
|IUNI U2||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy S4||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini||Link Here|
|Elephone U Pro||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Poco F1||Link Here|
|Motorola One Power||Link Here|
|LeEco Le 1s||Link Here|
|Moto X Pure||Link Here|
|Motorola Moto G6 Plus||Link Here|
|HTC 10||Link Here|
|BQ Aquaris M5||Link Here|
|LG G2||Link Here|
|Google Pixel C||Link Here|
|Motorola Moto E4||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3||Link Here|
|Asus Zenfone Max||Link Here|
|Asus Zenfone 2 Laser||Link Here|
|Doogee X5 Max||Link Here|
|Sony Xperia X Performance||Link Here|
|Asus ZenFone 3||Link Here|
|Asus Zenfone Go||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy J||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Mi Max||Link Here|
|Bluboo D6||Link Here|
|General Mobile GM 5||Link Here|
|YU Yureka||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7||Link Here|
|Huawei P9 Lite 2017||Link Here|
|Huawei Nova 3e||Link Here|
|Alcatel Pixi 4 (5)||Link Here|
|Motorola Moto X Play||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Redmi 4 Prime||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy S6||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy S7||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge||Link Here|
|LeEco Le 2||Link Here|
|Nubia Z17||Link Here|
|Google Nexus 4||Link Here|
|Moto G5 Plus||Link Here|
|LeEco Le Pro 3||Link Here|
|Moto G 2013||Link Here|
|Wileyfox Swift||Link Here|
|Huawei Mate 9||Link Here|
|Moto G 2014||Link Here|
|HTC One M8||Link Here|
|Lenovo A6000||Link Here|
|Lenovo A6000 Plus||Link Here|
|YU Yunique||Link Here|
|Sony Xperia Z1||Link Here|
|YU Yuphoria||Link Here|
|Google Nexus 5||Link Here|
|Essential Phone PH-1||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 3||Link Here|
|Samsung Galaxy S5 [klte]||Link Here|
|Google Nexus 10||Link Here|
|Google Nexus 6P||Link Here|
|Huawei Mate 10 Lite||Link Here|
|Huawei Honor 6X||Link Here|
|LeEco Le Max 2||Link Here|
|Moto E 2015||Link Here|
|Huawei P10 Lite||Link Here|
|Lenovo Zuk Z1||Link Here|
|Huawei Nova 2i||Link Here|
|Huawei Honor 7X||Link Here|
|Huawei Honor 8 Pro||Link Here|
|Google Nexus 6||Link Here|
|OnePlus One||Link Here|
|ZTE Axon 7||Link Here|
|LG V30||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Mi 6||Link Here|
|Huawei Honor 8 Lite||Link Here|
|Huawei P9 Lite||Link Here|
|Huawei P8 Lite 2017||Link Here|
|OnePlus 2||Link Here|
|OnePlus X||Link Here|
|Moto G 2015||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Redmi 2||Link Here|
|Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1||Link Here|
|OnePlus 5||Link Here|
|OnePlus 5T||Link Here|
|OnePlus 3||Link Here|
|OnePlus 3T||Link Here|
|Lenovo ZUK Z2 (Plus)||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 3||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 5||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Plus||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Redmi 4X||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Mi 3||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Mi 4||Link Here|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 4||Link Here|
|Moto Z Play||Link Here|
|Huawei Mate 10 Pro||Link Here|
|Huawei Honor 7X||Link Here|
|Huawei Honor View 10||Link Here|
So, guys, that was the list of Android Devices which would be supported by the Android 9 Pie Open Source Project [Custom ROM development]. Now, just in case, if you are someone who didn't find your Device on the list, then don't worry at all. We would be updating the list from time-to-time. So make sure that you bookmark this page on your browser and come here often to check if your device enters the list or not. With that being said, let us know your thoughts on AOSP Android Pie Supported devices in the comments section down below.