Tag Archives: Treble

Developer Brings Full Project Treble Compatibility to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

If you have been following the XDA Portal, then you’ll know how excited we are about Google’s Project Treble. In a nutshell, Project Treble is perhaps the most significant low-level change to the Android Framework in years. It involves separating vendor Hardware Abstraction Layers (HALs) from the Android Framework into a new vendor partition, and […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

A Revolution in Custom ROMs: How Project Treble makes Porting Android Oreo a 1 Day Job

The XDA forums have been the central gathering of custom ROM development for years. It’s thanks to the hard work of developers on our forums that many older Android smartphones are kept alive by custom ROMS sometimes years after devices were abandoned by the device maker. Though most manufacturers release bootloader unlocking methods these days, […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

What Project Treble Means for Future Custom ROM Development

Here on XDA, we have previously talked about Project Treble, the largest low-level change introduced to the Android base since the first Android beta was released almost 10 years ago, and how you can tell if your device has it. For those still unaware of what Project Treble is, it modularizes the lower layer of […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →