Earlier this year in April, Motorola released Android 10 kernel sources for the Motorola One Vision and One Action. While we expected the kernel source code release to jump-start third-party development for the devices, so far, we haven’t seen much progress. Even though both the devices have received official TWRP support since the kernel source code release, we haven’t seen many custom ROMs on our Motorola One Vision and One Action forums. That changes today, as XDA Recognized Developer Stricted has now released an unofficial build of LineageOS 17.1 for the devices.
The unofficial LineageOS 17.1 release for the Motorola One Vision and One Action is based on Android 10, and it offers a near-stock Android experience for the devices. If you’re interested in trying out the ROM on your device, you’ll need to unlock its bootloader (check out this tutorial from Motorola to learn how) and install a custom recovery like TWRP (tutorial) on the device.
Once you’ve prepped your device, you can download the latest unofficial LineageOS 17.1 builds and gapps by following the links below. You’ll then need to save the .ZIP files on your device’s internal storage and boot into the custom recovery to flash the ROM. After LineageOS 17.1 is successfully flashed, you’ll need to boot into recovery again and flash the gapps package of your choice. Reboot, and you’re good to go.
Before you proceed with the flashing process, however, do take a backup of your data. It’s also worth noting that since these are initial LineageOS 17.1 builds, they might not be stable enough to run on your daily driver. But if you don’t mind the occasional bug or odd behavior, go ahead and give it a shot. To report any bugs, you can follow the instructions given in the respective forum threads.
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