Android 11 Custom ROM List

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As you may be well aware by now, the stable version of Android 11 has now been released to the masses. Google’s Pixel series of phones and a handful of Xiaomi devices have joined the update train so far, while official beta builds are available for the OnePlus 8 lineup, the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, and several other smartphones from different OEMs. Source code for the newest iteration of Android is up and available at AOSP as well, which is undoubtedly a vital ingredient for compiling Android 11-based custom ROMs. Matter of fact, the Redmi K20 Pro/Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro has already received a fairly usable vanilla AOSP 11 ROM. Now, more Android 10 custom ROMs have begun popping up in our forums for devices like the Xiaomi POCO F1, OnePlus 5/5T, Essential Phone, and the ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1; and we expect even more to come along the way in the coming weeks. We’ll add and update this list with some of the first set of Android 11 builds and custom ROMs for a wide range of devices!


List of devices with Android 11 Custom ROMs:

This is the current list of devices that have received an Android 11 custom ROM:

  1. Android One
    1. Second Generation Android One (Qualcomm)
  2. ASUS
    1. ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1
  3. Essential
    1. Essential Phone
  4. Google
    1. Google Pixel and Pixel XL
  5. HTC
    1. HTC Desire Eye
    2. HTC One M9
    3. HTC U Ultra
  6. Lenovo
    1. Lenovo Z6 Pro
    2. Lenovo ZUK Z2/ZUK Z2 Plus
  7. Motorola
    1. Moto E 2015
    2. Moto G 2015 and Moto G3 Turbo
    3. Moto G4 Play
    4. Moto G5 Plus
    5. Moto G7 Power
  8. Nokia
    1. Nokia 6.1 Plus
  9. OnePlus
    1. OnePlus 2
    2. OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T
    3. OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T
    4. OnePlus 6
    5. OnePlus 6T
    6. OnePlus 7 Pro
    7. OnePlus 7T
    8. OnePlus Nord
  10. Realme
    1. Realme 3 Pro
    2. Realme X
    3. Realme X2
    4. Realme X2 Pro
    5. Realme XT
  11. Samsung
    1. Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE Advanced
    2. Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE
    3. Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge
    4. Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus
    5. Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
  12. Sharp
    1. Sharp Aquos S2
  13. Sony
    1. Sony Xperia 10
    2. Sony Xperia 10 Plus
    3. Sony Xperia M4 Aqua
    4. Sony Xperia XA2
    5. Sony Xperia XA2 Plus
    6. Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra
    7. Sony Xperia XZ2
    8. Sony Xperia Z5
  14. Xiaomi
    1. POCO F1
    2. POCO X2/Redmi K30
    3. POCO X3
    4. Redmi 3S
    5. Redmi 4A
    6. Redmi 4X
    7. Redmi 5
    8. Redmi 5 Plus/Redmi Note 5
    9. Redmi 5A
    10. Redmi 6 Pro
    11. Redmi 7 and Redmi Y3
    12. Redmi K20/Mi 9T
    13. Redmi K20 Pro/Mi 9T Pro
    14. Redmi Note 4
    15. Redmi Note 5/Redmi Note 5 Pro
    16. Redmi Note 6 Pro
    17. Redmi Note 7/7S
    18. Redmi Note 7 Pro
    19. Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8T
    20. Redmi Note 9S/9 Pro India, Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, and POCO M2 Pro
    21. Xiaomi Mi 5
    22. Xiaomi Mi 5s
    23. Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus
    24. Xiaomi Mi 8
    25. Xiaomi Mi 9
    26. Xiaomi Mi A1
    27. Xiaomi Mi A2
    28. Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite
    29. Xiaomi Mi A3
    30. Xiaomi Mi Max and Mi Max Prime
    31. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S
    32. Xiaomi Mi Mix 3

We’ll update this list on a best-effort basis. Note that this article is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all Android 11 custom ROMs. Instead, we’ll highlight some of the first ones which have most of the basic functionality operational. We recommend checking out the linked forums for newer options.

You can also find GApps linked at the bottom of this page.


1. Android One

1.1. Second Generation Android One (Qualcomm)

Launched back in 2015, Android One’s Snapdragon 410-powered second generation devices have now received a unified build of RevengeOS 4.0 on top of Android 11. The ROM is originally compiled for the General Mobile 4G, but it is also compatible with the Cherry Mobile One G1 and the i-mobile IQ II.

RevengeOS 4.0 based on Android 11 for Second Generation Android One (Qualcomm) phones


2. ASUS

2.1. ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1

ASUS has yet to publish a stable Android 10 build for the ZenFone Max Pro M1, but our fantastic aftermarket development community has already come up with a pure Android 11-based AOSP ROM for this phone. The ROM is nearly fully functional, with all basic hardware features working.

AOSP 11.0 for the ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1


3. Essential

3.1 Essential Phone PH1

Android 11 on the Essential Phone is available in the form of StatiXOS v4.0. There are a few bugs that you would need to deal with, though. For instance, Bluetooth is not working yet, and the calling on Verizon might be broken. Since this is the first alpha release, the ROM contains no special customizations just yet and can be considered an AOSP build with some StatiXOS brandings.

StatiXOS v4.0 based on Android 11 for the Essential Phone


4. Google

4.1. Google Pixel and Pixel XL

The original Google Pixel and Pixel XL, which were released all the way back in 2016, received the official Android 10 update back in September last year. While they aren’t officially eligible to get the Android 11 update from Google, you can now try out the latest version of Android on the phone duo using an unofficial build of LineageOS 18.0 custom ROM.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11: Google Pixel || Google Pixel XL


5. HTC

5.1. HTC Desire Eye

If you still have a HTC Desire Eye and want to check out Android 11 on your phone, then go right ahead and check out the unofficial LineageOS 18.0 custom ROM linked below. There are a few bugs that you would need to deal with, though. For instance, both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are broken, and the UI is quite laggy.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the HTC Desire Eye

5.2. HTC One M9

The HTC One M9 — a phone originally released back in 2015 with Android Lollipop — has received its first Android 11-based custom ROM via an unofficial build of Android Ice Cold Project 16.0. The developers of the ROM have also provided a compatible GApps build. Give your HTC One M9 a new lease of life with Android 11 by following the link below.

AICP 16.0 based on Android 11 for the HTC One M9

5.3. HTC U Ultra

An unofficial build of LineageOS 18.0 on top of Android 11 is now available for the HTC U Ultra. This ROM has some issues with USB connection and wireless hotspot, but if you can overlook those, you can have your first taste of the latest Android version.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the HTC U Ultra


6. Lenovo

6.1. Lenovo Z6 Pro

The team behind the RevengeOS custom ROM recently released its first Android 11-based build for the Lenovo Z6 Pro. We could not locate a bug list for the ROM, but that doesn’t make it is ready to be a daily driver material. It is always better to backup all important data before you venture into the world of bleeding-edge development.

RevengeOS 4.0 based on Android 11 for the Lenovo Z6 Pro

6.2. Lenovo ZUK Z2/Z2 Plus

An official build of the ArrowOS custom ROM based on Android 11 is now available for the Lenovo ZUK Z2/Z2 Plus. The ROM is pretty much barebones at the current stage, so device-specific features like UTouch customization aren’t accessible yet.

ArrowOS 11.0 based on Android 11 for the Lenovo ZUK Z2/Z2 Plus


7. Motorola

7.1. Moto E 2015

The LTE variant of the Moto E 2015 gets the taste of Android 11 in the form of MalluOS 2.0 custom ROM. You need to be on the latest stock Android Marshmallow firmware before flashing the custom ROM.

MalluOS 2.0 based on Android 11 for the Moto E 2015

7.2. Moto G 2015 and Moto G3 Turbo

The third generation Moto G, AKA Moto G 2015 and its “Turbo” variant have received separate ports of MalluOS 2.0 custom ROM on top of Android 11. There are a few bugs that you would need to deal with, though. For instance, video recording is broken, and VoLTE is not working.

MalluOS 2.0 based on Android 11 for the Moto G 2015/Moto G3 Turbo

7.3. Moto G4 Play

If you have a Moto G4 Play and want to check out Android 11 on your phone, then go right ahead and check out the MalluOS 2.0 custom ROM linked below.

MalluOS 2.0 based on Android 11 for the Moto G4 Play

7.4. Moto G5 Plus

An official build of ArrowOS on top of Android 11 is also available for the Moto G5 Plus. This ROM has some issues with wireless hotspot and SELinux policies, but if you can overlook those, you can have your first taste of the latest Android version.

ArrowOS 11.0 based on Android 11 for the Moto G5 Plus

7.5. Moto G7 Power

Developers Electimon, erfanoabdi, and Lucchetto00 have teamed up to release an unofficial build of RevengeOS based on Android 11 for the Moto G7 Power. The ROM appears to be stable, with the bug list only mentioning that NFC may not be working.

RevengeOS 4.0 based on Android 11 for the Moto G7 Power


8. Nokia

8.1. Nokia 6.1 Plus

The Nokia 6.1 Plus gets unofficial Android 11 through the Potato Open Sauce Project (POSP) custom ROM. This ROM needs a custom vendor implementation, so make sure to download and flash the latest image from the Community Vendor project for this device beforehand.

POSP 4.0.0 based on Android 11 for the Nokia 6.1 Plus


9. OnePlus

Sr. No. Device, Device Forums, Codename Android 11 Custom ROM Date Added
1. OnePlus 2 (oneplus2) LineageOS 18.0 October 16, 2020
2. OnePlus 3 (oneplus3)

OnePlus 3T (oneplus3t)

Havoc-OS 4.0 September 21, 2020
3. OnePlus 5 (cheeseburger)

OnePlus 5T (dumpling)

YAAP

ArrowOS 11.0

September 17, 2020

September 21, 2020

4. OnePlus 6 (enchilada) POSP 4.0.0 September 17, 2020
5. OnePlus 6T (fajita) POSP 4.0.0 September 24, 2020
6. OnePlus 7 Pro (guacamole) LineageOS 18.0 October 16, 2020
7. OnePlus 7T (hotdogb) YAAP October 16, 2020
8. OnePlus Nord (avicii) AOSP 11.0 September 21, 2020

9.1. OnePlus 2

If you’re looking for an Android 11-based custom ROM for your OnePlus 2, you can try out the unofficial LineageOS 18.0 ROM. There are some bugs, though, so ensure that you intimate yourself of the same before proceeding.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the OnePlus 2

9.2. OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T

The team behind the Havoc-OS custom ROM recently released its first Android 11-based build for the OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T. If you would like to try it out, head on over to the forum thread below.

Havoc-OS 4.0 based on Android 11 for the OnePlus 3/3T

9.3. OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T

If you have a OnePlus 5 or a OnePlus 5T and want to check out Android 11 on your phone, then go right ahead and check out the custom ROM linked below. Dubbed as “Yet another AOSP project” (YAAP), it is barely more than a simple AOSP build. Many hardware-specific features are also lacking, but that is alright as we are still in the early days and these features will be fixed on the source side over time.

YAAP based on Android 11 for the OnePlus 5/5T

An official ArrowOS build based on Android 11 is also available for the phone duo. SELinux is permissive, though, and device encryption is not supported yet in this ROM.

ArrowOS 11.0 based on Android 11 for the OnePlus 5/5T

9.4. OnePlus 6

An Android 11-based POSP build is now available for the OnePlus 6. This ROM is marked as an alpha build, so we would advise only experienced users try it out at this stage. The alert slider of the device can’t be used, and there may be occasional crashes with the front camera. There are some more bugs, so ensure that you intimate yourself of the same before proceeding.

POSP 4.0.0 based on Android 11 for the OnePlus 6

9.5. OnePlus 6T

Similarly, Android 11 on the OnePlus 6T is available in the form of POSP. There are a few bugs that you would need to deal with, though. For instance, the alert slider is not working yet and the stock camera app occasionally crashes while shooting with the front camera — just like the non-T variant.

POSP 4.0.0 based on Android 11 for the OnePlus 6T

9.6. OnePlus 7 Pro

Android 11 on the OnePlus 7 Pro is available in the form of an unofficial LineageOS 18.0 ROM. Apart from broken wireless display, there is apparently no major bug in the current build.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the OnePlus 7 Pro

9.7. OnePlus 7T

The OnePlus 7T has received the taste of Android 11 courtesy of a vanilla AOSP custom ROM known as “Yet another AOSP project” (YAAP). Unlike typical custom ROMs, you need to install the package using Fastboot.

YAAP based on Android 11 for the OnePlus 7T

9.8. OnePlus Nord

OnePlus has yet to publish a stable Android 11 build for the newly released OnePlus Nord, but a pure Android 11-based AOSP ROM for this phone is already available on our forums. The ROM is nearly fully functional, with all basic hardware features working.

AOSP 11.0 for the OnePlus Nord


10. Realme

10.1. Realme 3 Pro

The Realme 3 Pro has received a LineageOS 18.0 port on top of Android 11. The ROM is compatible with the Realme X Lite as well. You can find device-specific features like Game Mode and FPS overlay under Settings -> Realme Settings.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Realme 3 Pro

10.2. Realme X

If you still have a Realme X lying around, you can now flash the unofficial AospExtended 8.0 ROM based on Android 11 on your phone. The AOSP/CAF based ROM offers a clean stock Android experience, but it still has a couple of bugs that need to be ironed out. Try it out on your Realme X by following the link below.

AospExtended 8.0 based on Android 11 for the Realme X

10.3. Realme X2

Android 11 on the Realme X2 is available in the form of a vanilla AOSP 11.0 ROM. Apart from headphone jack audio routing, there is apparently no major bug in the current build.

AOSP 11.0 for the Realme X2

10.4. Realme X2 Pro

The first true flagship device from Realme — the Realme X2 Pro — has now received a vanilla AOSP 11.0 build. The custom ROM offers a near-stock Android experience with a handful of device-specific customization options. Before you go ahead and flash it on your phone, do note that you might encounter issues related to ambient gestures and sound output with this build.

AOSP 11.0 for the Realme X2 Pro

10.5. Realme XT

If you’re looking for an AOSP 11-based ROM instead of the Realme UI on your Realme XT, you can opt for the unofficial RevengeOS 4.0 ROM. The ROM appears to be stable, with the bug list only mentioning that SELinux is permissive.

RevengeOS 4.0 based on Android 11 for the Realme XT


11. Samsung

11.1. Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE Advanced

The “LTE Advanced” variant of the Galaxy S4 (model number GT-I9506) gets unofficial Android 11 through the crDroid 7.0 custom ROM. This ROM requires a the latest stock modem and bootloader, so make sure to download and flash the them beforehand.

crDroid 7.0 based on Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S4 LTE Advanced

11.2. Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE

Launched back in 2014, the Snapdragon 801-powered Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE has now received an unofficial build of crDroid 7.0 on top of Android 11. Note that the build for the dual SIM variant (code-name “klteduos”) isn’t available yet.

crDroid 7.0 based on Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S5 LTE

11.3. Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge

If you have a Samsung Galaxy S7 or a Galaxy S7 Edge and want to check out Android 11 on your phone, then go right ahead and check out the unofficial build of LineageOS 18.0 linked below. The ROM seems to be stable enough, with the bug list only mentioning that hardware composer may not be working.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11: Samsung Galaxy S7 || Galaxy S7 Edge

11.4. Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+

Samsung has yet to publish a stable Android 11 build for the 2019’s flagship Galaxy S10 series, but an unofficial Android 11-based LineageOS 18.0 ROM for the Exynos variant of these phones is already available on our forums. The ROM is nearly fully functional, with all basic hardware features working.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy S10e/S10/S10+

11.5. Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e

The Wi-Fi only variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e gets an unofficial build of LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11. You need to be on the latest stock Android 10 firmware before flashing the custom ROM.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e


12. Sharp

Sr. No. Device, Device Forums, Codename Android 11 Custom ROM Date Added
1. Sharp Aquos S2 (s2) LineageOS 18.0 October 12, 2020

12.1. Sharp Aquos S2

An unofficial build of the popular LineageOS custom ROM based on Android 11 is now available for the Sharp Aquos S2. There are some bugs, though, so ensure that you intimate yourself of the same before proceeding.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Sharp Aquos S2


13. Sony

Sr. No. Device, Device Forums, Codename Android 11 Custom ROM Date Added
1. Sony Xperia 10 (kirin) LineageOS 18.0 September 29, 2020
2. Sony Xperia 10 Plus (mermaid) LineageOS 18.0 September 29, 2020
3. Sony Xperia M4 Aqua (tulip) AOSP 11.0 October 7, 2020
4. Sony Xperia XA2 (pioneer) LineageOS 18.0 September 29, 2020
5. Sony Xperia XA2 Plus (voyager) LineageOS 18.0 September 29, 2020
6. Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra (discovery) LineageOS 18.0 September 29, 2020
7. Sony Xperia XZ2 (akari) AOSP 11.0 October 2, 2020
8. Sony Xperia Z5 (sumire) LineageOS 18.0 October 12, 2020

13.1. Sony Xperia 10

Android 11 on the Sony Xperia 10 is now available in the form of an unofficial LineageOS 18.0 ROM. Apart from Wi-Fi display, there is apparently no major bug in the current build.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Sony Xperia 10

13.2. Sony Xperia 10 Plus

Similarly, the Sony Xperia 10 Plus has received an unofficial LineageOS 18.0 ROM based on Android 11. The builds aren’t unified, though, which means you can’t flash the Xperia 10 ROM on the “Plus” variant (or vice-versa).

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Sony Xperia 10 Plus

13.3. Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

Android 11 on the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua is available in the form of a vanilla AOSP 11.0 ROM. What’s more interesting is that the ROM ships with the mainline Linux Kernel. Read more about it here.

AOSP 11.0 for the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

13.4. Sony Xperia XA2

If you’re looking for an AOSP 11-based ROM for your Sony Xperia XA2, you can opt for the unofficial LineageOS 18.0 ROM. The ROM appears to be stable, with the bug list only mentioning that Wi-Fi display is not working.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Sony Xperia XA2

13.5. Sony Xperia XA2 Plus

An unofficial LineageOS 18.0 ROM is available for the Sony Xperia XA2 Plus as well. Note that updating from official LineageOS 17.1 to this ROM is not recommended.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Sony Xperia XA2 Plus

13.6. Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra

Android 11 also arrives on the Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra through an unofficial build of LineageOS 18.0. You need to be on the latest stock Android 10 firmware before flashing the custom ROM.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra

13.7. Sony Xperia XZ2

The Sony Xperia XZ2 has received the taste of Android 11 courtesy a vanilla AOSP custom ROM. The big news here is that SELinux in this ROM is set as enforcing. There are some bugs, though, so ensure that you intimate yourself of the same before proceeding.

AOSP 11.0 for the Sony Xperia XZ2

13.8. Sony Xperia Z5

An unofficial build of LineageOS 18.0 brings Android 11 to the Sony Xperia Z5. If you would like to try it out, head on over to the forum thread below.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Sony Xperia Z5


14. Xiaomi

Sr. No. Device, Device Forums, Codename Android 11 Custom ROM Date Added
1. POCO F1 (beryllium) Reloaded OS

ArrowOS 11.0

September 17, 2020

September 21, 2020

2. POCO X2/Redmi K30 (phoenix) AOSP 11.0 September 29, 2020
3. POCO X3 (surya) PixysOS 4.0.1 October 16, 2020
4. Redmi 3S (land) NusantaraProject 2 September 21, 2020
5. Redmi 4A (rolex) AospExtended 8.0 September 29, 2020
6. Redmi 4X (santoni) RevengeOS 4.0 September 21, 2020
7. Redmi 5 (rosy) RevengeOS 4.0 September 29, 2020
8. Redmi 5 Plus/Redmi Note 5 (vince) RevengeOS 4.0 September 29, 2020
9. Redmi 5A (riva) NusantaraProject 2 October 2, 2020
10. Redmi 6 Pro (sakura) AOSP 11.0 September 29, 2020
11. Redmi 7 (onclite)

Redmi Y3 (onc)

AOSP 11.0 September 21, 2020
12. Redmi K20/Mi 9T (davinci) POSP 4.0.0 September 21, 2020
13. Redmi K20 Pro/Mi 9T Pro (raphael) AOSP 11.0 September 11, 2020
14. Redmi Note 4 (mido) AOSP 11.0 September 24, 2020
15. Redmi Note 5/Redmi Note 5 Pro (whyred) LineageOS 18.0 September 17, 2020
16. Redmi Note 6 Pro (tulip) Pixel Extended 11 October 16, 2020
17. Redmi Note 7/7S (lavender) Weeb Projekt September 24, 2020
18. Redmi Note 7 Pro (violet) CesiumOS 3.0 October 12, 2020
19. Redmi Note 8 (ginkgo)

Redmi Note 8T (willow)

AOSP 11.0 September 17, 2020
20. Redmi Note 9S/9 Pro India (curtana)

Redmi Note 9 Pro Max (excalibur)

POCO M2 Pro (gram)

StatiXOS v4.0 September 17, 2020
21. Xiaomi Mi 5 (gemini) LineageOS 18.0 October 2, 2020
22. Xiaomi Mi 5s (capricorn) LineageOS 18.0 September 29, 2020
23. Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus (natrium) LineageOS 18.0 September 29, 2020
24. Xiaomi Mi 8 (dipper) PixelROM September 17, 2020
25. Xiaomi Mi 9 (cepheus) Fluid 1.0 September 29, 2020
26. Xiaomi Mi A1 (tissot_sprout) YAAP September 21, 2020
27. Xiaomi Mi A2 (jasmine_sprout) POSP 4.0.0 September 17, 2020
28. Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite (daisy_sprout) AOSP 11.0 September 29, 2020
29. Xiaomi Mi A3 (laurel_sprout) AOSP 11.0 September 21, 2020
30. Xiaomi Mi Max (hydrogen)

Xiaomi Mi Max Prime (helium)

LineageOS 18.0 October 7, 2020
31. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S (polaris) ArrowOS 11.0 September 29, 2020
32. Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 (perseus) ArrowOS 11.0 October 16, 2020

14.1. POCO F1

For the fan favorite POCO F1, you can try out the ReloadedOS ROM based on Android 11. The ROM is marked as “beta” and there appear to be no major bugs (except Bluetooth audio) whatsoever. If you would like to try it out, head on over to the forum thread below.

ReloadedOS based on Android 11 for the POCO F1

An official build of ArrowOS on top of Android 11 is also available for the POCO F1. The ROM appears to be stable, although SELinux in this ROM is set as permissive.

ArrowOS 11.0 based on Android 11 for the POCO F1

14.2. POCO X2/Redmi K30

The POCO X2 has received a pure Android 11-based AOSP ROM. The build is also compatible with the 4G variant of the Redmi K30.

AOSP 11.0 for the POCO X2/Redmi K30

14.3. POCO X3

If you’re looking for an AOSP 11-based ROM to replace the MIUI firmware on your POCO X3, you can opt for the unofficial PixysOS v4.0.1 ROM. We could not locate a bug list for the ROM, but that doesn’t make it is ready to be a daily driver material.

PixysOS v4.0.1 based on Android 11 for the POCO X3

14.4. Redmi 3S

The Redmi 3S — a phone originally released back in 2016 with Android Marshmallow — has received its first Android 11-based custom ROM via NusantaraProject. Note that the ROM comes without Google apps.

NusantaraProject 2 based on Android 11 for the Redmi 3S

14.5. Redmi 4A

An Android 11-based AospExtended 8.0 build is now available for the Redmi 4A. This ROM is marked as “Beta Preview”, so we would advise only experienced users try it out at this stage. In case you stumble across any sensor, camera, or Wi-Fi related issues, then it is advised to restore the persist partition and flash firmware.

AospExtended 8.0 based on Android 11 for the Redmi 4A

14.6. Redmi 4X

Xiaomi didn’t update the Redmi 4X beyond Android Nougat, but that doesn’t mean you can’t run the latest iteration of Android on this phone. An unofficial build of RevengeOS based on Android 11 is now available for the Redmi 4X. Note that the current build is not compatible with units with a Goodix fingerprint scanner.

RevengeOS 4.0 based on Android 11 for the Redmi 4X

14.7. Redmi 5

The Redmi 5 gets unofficial Android 11 through the RevengeOS 4.0 custom ROM. If you would like to try it out, head on over to the forum thread below.

RevengeOS 4.0 based on Android 11 for the Redmi 5

14.8. Redmi 5 Plus/Redmi Note 5

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 625-powered Redmi 5 Plus (sold as the Redmi Note 5 in India) gets Android 11 in the form of RevengeOS 4.0 custom ROM. The ROM is nearly fully functional, with all basic hardware features working.

RevengeOS 4.0 based on Android 11 for the Redmi 5 Plus

14.9. Redmi 5A

An official build of the NusantaraProject custom ROM based on Android 11 is now available for the Redmi 5A. The ROM is marked as “beta”, so ensure that you intimate yourself of the bugs before proceeding.

NusantaraProject 2 based on Android 11 for the Redmi 5A

14.10. Redmi 6 Pro

Android 11 on the Redmi 6 Pro is available in the form of a vanilla AOSP ROM. The ROM developer also provides an updated TWRP build for flashing the ROM.

AOSP 11.0 for the Redmi 6 Pro

14.11. Redmi 7 and Redmi Y3

A unified Android 11-based AOSP ROM is now available for the Redmi 7 and the Redmi Y3. You need to flash the latest stable MIUI firmware for your model before flashing this ROM.

AOSP 11.0 for the Redmi 7/Y3

14.12. Redmi K20/Mi 9T

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 730-powered Redmi K20 gets Android 11 in the form of POSP custom ROM. The build is compatible with the Mi 9T as well.

POSP 4.0.0 based on Android 11 for the Redmi K20/Mi 9T

14.13. Redmi K20 Pro/Mi 9T Pro

As mentioned earlier, the Redmi K20 Pro (sold as the Mi 9T Pro in certain regions) has become the first phone to receive an Android 11 custom ROM.

AOSP 11.0 for the Redmi K20 Pro/Mi 9T Pro

14.14. Redmi Note 4

The Redmi Note 4 has received the taste of Android 11 courtesy of a vanilla AOSP custom ROM. The big news here is that SELinux in this ROM is set as enforcing. There are some bugs, though, so ensure that you intimate yourself of the same before proceeding.

AOSP 11.0 for the Redmi Note 4

14.15. Redmi Note 5/Redmi Note 5 Pro

An unofficial build of the popular LineageOS custom ROM based on Android 11 is now available for the Redmi Note 5 Pro (also known as simply the Redmi Note 5 in some regions). The LineageOS team has yet to merge their custom features on top of the AOSP 11 codebase, which is why the ROM is pretty much barebones at the current stage.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Redmi Note 5 Pro

14.16. Redmi Note 6 Pro

The team behind the Pixel Extended custom ROM recently released the first Android 11-based build for the Redmi Note 6 Pro. If you would like to try it out, head on over to the forum thread below.

Pixel Extended 11 based on Android 11 for the Redmi Note 6 Pro

14.17. Redmi Note 7/7S

The Redmi Note 7 and Note 7S now run Android 10 with MIUI, but XDA’s talented aftermarket development community has already come up with a pure Android 11-based custom ROM for these phones. Named Weeb Projekt, the ROM is nearly fully functional, with all basic hardware features working.

Weeb Projekt based on Android 11 for the Redmi Note 7/7S

14.18. Redmi Note 7 Pro

An official beta build of the CesiumOS custom ROM based on Android 11 is now available for the Redmi Note 7 Pro. The ROM is pretty much barebones at the current stage, so don’t consider it as a daily driver material yet.

CesiumOS 3.0 based on Android 11 for the Redmi Note 7 Pro

14.19. Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8T

The Redmi Note 8 and the Note 8T duo got a unified Android 11-based AOSP ROM. If you are ready to ignore the glitches in Wi-Fi Display and ADB over USB, the ROM appears to be in good shape for something that is being based on a new OS version that was launched just last week.

AOSP 11.0 for the Redmi Note 8/8T

14.20. Redmi Note 9S/9 Pro India, Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, and POCO M2 Pro

Xiaomi’s Snapdragon 720-powered devices have received a unified build of StatiXOS v4.0 on top of Android 11. Note that the current build isn’t compatible with the global variant of the Redmi Note 9 Pro (code-name “joyeuse”) as of yet.

StatiXOS v4.0 based on Android 11 for the Redmi Note 9S/9 Pro India/9 Pro Max and POCO M2 Pro

14.21. Xiaomi Mi 5

If you’re looking for an AOSP 11-based ROM instead of the age old MIUI build on your Mi 5, you can opt for the unofficial LineageOS 18.0 ROM. The ROM appears to be stable, albeit SELinux is in permissive mode.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi 5

14.22. Xiaomi Mi 5s

Android 11 on the Mi 5s is available in the form of LineageOS 18.0. There are a few bugs that you would need to deal with, though. For instance, the fingerprint sensor is buggy, and SELinux is set as permissive.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi 5s

14.23. Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus

Launched back in 2016, the Snapdragon 821-powered Mi 5s Plus has now received an unofficial build of LineageOS 18.0 on top of Android 11.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus

14.24. Xiaomi Mi 8

The Xiaomi Mi 8 received the taste of Android 11 courtesy of PixelROM. The big news here is that SELinux in this ROM is set as enforcing. However, the current build deliberately spoofs the device fingerprint in order to pass SafetyNet.

PixelROM based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi 8

14.25. Xiaomi Mi 9

If you have a Xiaomi Mi 9 and want to check out Android 11 on your phone, then go right ahead and check out the Fluid 1.0 custom ROM linked below.

Fluid 1.0 based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi 9

14.26. Xiaomi Mi A1

The Xiaomi Mi A1 gets unofficial Android 11 through the YAAP custom ROM. This ROM has some issues with the proximity sensor and Wi-Fi Direct, but if you can overlook those, you can have your first taste of the latest Android version.

YAAP based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi A1

14.27. Xiaomi Mi A2

The Xiaomi Mi A2 gets unofficial Android 11 through the POSP custom ROM. This ROM has some issues with Goodix fingerprint scanners and wireless casting, but if you can overlook those, you can have your first taste of the latest Android version.

POSP 4.0.0 based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi A2

14.28. Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite

An Android 11-based AOSP build is now available for the Mi A2 Lite. The ROM appears to be stable, with the bug list only mentioning that SELinux is permissive.

AOSP 11.0 for the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite

14.29. Xiaomi Mi A3

Being an Android One device, the Xiaomi Mi A3 already runs a close-to-stock version of Android. And now, you can enjoy all the new features of Android 11 through the AOSP 11.0 custom ROM.

AOSP 11.0 for the Xiaomi Mi A3

14.30. Xiaomi Mi Max and Mi Max Prime

The original Mi Max and the Mi Max Prime have received an unofficial LineageOS 18.0 ROM on top of Android 11. You need to be on the latest stock Android Nougat firmware before flashing the custom ROM.

LineageOS 18.0 based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi Max and Mi Max Prime

14.31. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

The team behind the ArrowOS custom ROM recently released its first Android 11-based build for the Mi Mix 2S. Although it is an official build, do backup all important data before flashing.

ArrowOS 11.0 based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

14.32. Xiaomi Mi Mix 3

Android 11 on the Mi Mix 3 is available in the form of an official build of ArrowOS. The ROM appears to be stable, with the bug list only mentioning that Wi-Fi Display and Android Auto are not working.

ArrowOS 11.0 based on Android 11 for the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3


Android 11 Google Apps

Apart from the ROMs mentioned above, we are going to be seeing a lot of custom builds of Android 11 released in the coming weeks. However, not all custom ROMs ship with pre-installed Google apps. In case you’re looking for a suitable GApps distribution, then you’ll be happy to know that several GApps distributions have already been updated to support the latest version of Android.

1. NikGapps

XDA Senior Member Nikhil has stepped up and published an updated version of the NikGapps package. The SetupWizard module within this Gapps distribution is known to be problematic, but you can remedy this by skipping the module using nikgapps.config or flashing the variant without SetupWizard.

Download NikGApps

2. BiTGApps

XDA Senior Member TheHitMan has also updated the BiTGApps package. The latest release, tagged as R16, is now compatible with Android 11.

Download BiTGApps


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