Since the Android operating system is an open source and customizable platform, there are a lot of devices available with the Android-based operating system. Hence, it takes a long to get the latest update of the Android version. Considering this, Google has launched the Project Treble program to help every smartphone users to get the latest update as soon as possible.
While Apple has made its way to keep their users updated with the latest version of iOS, the Android system is taking a long time to get the latest Android update. So, the Google’s Project Treble is here. Wondering What is Project Treble Android? Then let me tell you, with the help of Project Treble, Google will help make update easier quicker by taking a single OS framework and dividing up into two different ones. The one with the core Android OS and the other would the OEM’s UI modifications. Hence, every Android will be able to update the device to the latest version of OS.
The great benefit of Project Treble is that it allows for all companies like Samsung, LG, HTC, and others to work on modifying the stock Android framework while they wait for vendors such as Qualcomm to provide updated HALs. Hence, the new update comes sooner like iOS devices.
Furthermore, the Project Treble will also help users to swiftly boot functioning AOSP ROMs without the use of any risky hacks. For sure, you would be excited to know whether your device support Protect Treble or not. If yes, then let get clear and check the list of all supported Project Treble devices.
List of devices that officially support Project Treble
- Google Pixel
- Google Pixel XL
- OnePlus 5
- OnePlus 5T
- Huawei Mate 9
- Huawei Mate 9 Pro
- Huawei Mate 10 Lite/Honor 9i
- Huawei Nova 2
- Honor 7X
- Honor 8
- Honor 8 Lite/Huawei P8 Lite 2017
- Honor 8 Pro
- Honor 9
- Huawei P10
- Huawei P10 Lite
- Huawei P10 Plus
- Xiaomi Mi Box
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro
- ASUS Zenfone 4
- Essential Phone
- Razer Phone
- Sharp Aquos S2
List of Unofficially Project Treble Supported Device
- Lenovo ZUK Z2 Plus
- Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro
- LG V30
- Motorola Moto G5 Plus
- Motorola Moto Z
- Motorola Moto Z Play
- Xiaomi Redmi 4A
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
- Xiaomi Mi 5
- Xiaomi Mi 5s
- Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus
- Xiaomi Mi 6
- Xiaomi Mi A1
- Xiaomi Mi Mix
- Xiaomi Mi Note 2
- Xiaomi Redmi 3s/3X
- Xiaomi Redmi 4X
- Xiaomi Redmi 4 Prime
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 5/Redmi 5 Plus
Don’t find your device in the list? Don’t worry! You can still manually check your device supports Project Treble or not by following the below steps.
How to Check Project Treble Support on Your Android Oreo Device
There are two ways to check Project Treble support your device or not. First one, you can use the Terminal app on your phone or use ADB command. Let’s check both methods!
Method #1: Check Project Treble Support Using Terminal App
Step #1: Download and install Termux from the Google Play Store.
Step #2: Open the App and enter the following command.
Step #3: Once after entering the above command, if you see “true” it means your device supports Project Treble.
Method #2: Check Project Treble Support Using ADB
Step #1: First of all, you should make sure that USB debugging is enabled on your phone.
Just go to Settings> Developer Option> Turn toggle next “USB Debugging”
Step #2: Connect your phone to computer.
Step #3: Open Command prompt or Terminal and enter the following command.
Step #4: Once after hitting above comment, if you see “true” then your device supports Project Treble. And if it says “False” then you will still have to wait to get the Project Treble support.
Hope you have found your device in the list. In a case, if your device supports Project Treble and we forget to mention it in this list then don’t hesitate to tell us. Just comments below and ask anything!