Official LineageOS 21 for Fairphone 3/3+

After testing the unofficial 21 version for quite some time, we are finally ready to go official.

Thanks and special mention to @Ankit_Siddhapura and @fwg-cag for the continuous support and help throughout so far.

Let’s collect and discuss any potential issues, blockers and feature requests(from device side) in this topic. Use Official bugreport channel to report bugs.

Few important notes:

  • Android 4.9 kernel is really too old and might not survive another update. We shall try our best.
  • Update to proprietary blobs and firmware files shall happen as soon as there is a new FPOS release.

Here are the collection of relevant external links:

Thanks to all users for your support. Hope to really see you all soon with LineageOS 22!



Thanks you very very much for all your hard work <3 <3 <3

Dear @TeamB58: Thank you so much for your tireless efforts to maintain LineageOS and ensure a sustainable path for FP3/FP3+! Please continue to make it to LineageOS 22 as well :pray:

PS for those looking for it: Under LineageOS with Micro-G or other forks including Micro-G, most banking apps will work with the fingerprint sensor if Google SafetyNet is enabled.

btw did i miss sth or isn’t there a download option for 21? i only see build for 20 over here: LineageOS Downloads

I guess it will be built on wednesday, as usual.

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The built arrived… I would just need time to install it.

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Upgraded my phone this afternoon, no apparent problems so far, let’s see, if the wifi behaves better than with stock OS or LOS 20.

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I’m using LineageOS 20 since the beginning on my FP3+ and happy that you keep that work for this old device. Only with regular patched software the “keep old mobiles running” concept works!

Very nice job, guys!

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updated mine too, works fine so far <3

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Upgraded to 21 without issues. OK, Installation of gapps crashed, but I simply sideloaded it again and it worked fine.

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Thanks for the great work, the upgrade was successful (I always use sideloading)
Unfortunately the WLAN bug is still there (no reconnect in standby)