[EDITABLE LIST] IodéOS official & unofficial devices

List of iodé officially supported devices

Model names highlighted in bold available in iode shop

See iodé’s gitlab page for installation instructions and download links.

Vendor Model Codename Released iodéOS version Lock bootloader?
Fairphone FP3/3+ FP3 Sep 2019 5.x, Android 14 yes
Fairphone FP4 FP4 Oct 2021 5.x, Android 14 yes
Fairphone FP5 FP5 Sep 2023 5.x, Android 14 yes
Shift SHIFT6mq axolotl Jun 2020 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 3 blueline Oct 2018 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 4 flame Oct 2019 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 5 redfin Oct 2020 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 6 oriole Oct 2021 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 6 Pro raven Oct 2021 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 6a bluejay July 2022 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 7 panther Oct 2022 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 7 Pro cheetah Oct 2022 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 7a lynx May 2023 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 8 shiba Oct 2023 5.x, Android 14 yes
Google Pixel 8 Pro husky Oct 2023 5.x, Android 14 yes
Oneplus 9 lemonade Mar 2021 5.x, Android 14 no
Oneplus 9 Pro lemonadep Mar 2021 5.x, Android 14 no
Samsung A5 a5y17lte Jan 2017 2.x, Android 11 no
Samsung A7 a7y17lte 2017 2.x, Android 11 no
Samsung S9 starlte Mar 2018 4.x, Android 13 no
Samsung S9+ star2lte Mar 2018 4.x, Android 13 no
Samsung Note9 crownlte Aug 2018 4.x, Android 13 no
Samsung S10 beyond1lte Mar 2019 4.x, Android 13 no
Samsung S10e beyond0lte Mar 2019 4.x, Android 13 no
Samsung S10+ beyond2lte Mar 2019 4.x, Android 13 no
Samsung Note10 d1 Aug 2019 4.x, Android 13 no
Samsung Note10+ d2s Aug 2019 4.x, Android 13 no
Samsung A52s 5G a52sxq Sep 2021 5.x, Android 14 no
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e LTE gts4lv Apr 2019 5.x, Android 14 no
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e Wi-Fi gts4lvwifi Apr 2019 5.x, Android 14 no
Sony Xperia XA2 pioneer Feb 2018 5.x, Android 14 yes
Sony Xperia XZ1 poplar Sep 2017 4.x, Android 13 yes
Sony Xperia XZ2 akari Apr 2018 5.x, Android 14 yes
Sony Xperia XZ3 akatsuki Oct 2018 5.x, Android 15 yes
Teracube 2e 2e 2021 2.x, Android 11 yes
Teracube 2e emerald 2022 2.x, Android 11 yes
Xiaomi Mi 9 cepheus Mar 2019 4.x, Android 13 yes
Xiaomi Mi 10 lite monet Oct 2020 4.x, Android 13 yes
Xiaomi Mi 10T apollon Oct 2020 4.x, Android 13 yes
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro apollon Oct 2020 4.x, Android 13 yes

List of devices with unofficial builds of iodéOS available.

With links to the forum topic for download and other information

Vendor Model Codename Released iodéOS version
Google Pixel 4a sunfish Aug 2020 5.x, Android 14
Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact lilac Oct 2017 4.x, Android 13
Sony Xperia Z3 z3 Nov 2014 2.x, Android 11
Sony Xperia Z3 Compact z3c Sep 2014 2.x, Android 11
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact LTE version z3tc Nov 2014 2.x, Android 11
Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact WiFi version z3tcw Nov 2014 2.x, Android 11
Sony Xperia 1 III pdx215 Aug 2021 5.x, Android 14
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There are two versions of this device, each with their own build:

  • LTE version z3tc - takes a SIM, supports calls,SMS,and mobile data
  • WiFi-only version z3tcw - no SIM, calls, SMS or mobile data
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Hello,
Is is possible to build iOdé OS for my LG G5 phone?
I already installed Lineage OS on it and it works very well. But I would like to try out iodé OS.
Thanks

LineageOS version for this device family is 20.0, so it should be quite straightforward to build IodéOS version 4.

Looking at the LOS Dvices wki page it seems there are multiple versions of this phone, with different codenames. You would need to make sure you build the correct version for the device you own

Bonjour,
Je n’ai rien trouvé pour une tablette galaxy tab 7+5g :grin:

Does this list exist in machine readable form somewhere, the official devices?

I wanted to list IodéOS as an option on my site sustaphones, having to parse this forum post for that would not be ideal.

Not sure, but there is a list of devices on the install instructions gitlab page: the link is at the top of this thread.

Also on the official website there is a page with a list of devices, but I think Fairphone 5 is missing from that.

The first build for FP5 is in beta and getting good feedback from tester.

Thanks :slight_smile: But sadly both those pages do not present a machine readable format (JSON, XML, yaml, …), or at least something easy to read. And your post here has more information, like the actual Android version. I had hoped it would stem from a source file somewhere.

I created the table directly as a forum post, which is Markdown I think.

Maybe it can be converted into your preferred format with this tool?

I can have a look tomorrow.

EDIT:Link deleted. Rubbish privacy and functionality for that tool. So I give up with that, sorry.

Well, I made a markdown file by pasting the forum original table and then used an online convertor to make an xml file which doesn’t exactly look readable to me! But I don’t have knowledge of this stuff. Maybe you can do something with the files?

Thank you for the effort! But you are right, the XML structure is off, this is way too close to the HTML table structure instead of something that can be used easily.

Also, my site works by regularly downloading the source files (like the Lineage wiki) and then reading the data. So I would need something that can be read again and again, like an API, a git repo or a stable URL. And ideally something that is provided by the project itself, an official source.

A service or tool that would transform your forum post into something easier to parse could work, but is there really no structured data source for this available somewhere?

Chrisrg, where do you take the information from, like which Android version is used? I don’t see this in the Gitlab.

OK, understood. I can’t help then, sadly.

The link to the projects page at top of thread is the starting point for finding devices supported with installable OS. Then it’s simply a matter of following links to a device download page where the latest ROM can be seen.

Iode version numbers equate to android like so:
4 is 13, 2 is 11.

Ironic, the Google Pixel phones, generally speaking, are supported the best of all.

Is there a IodeOS for Poco X3 NFC EU in the future?

Updated entries fo sunfish and pdx215, which now have 5.0 builds

Please add the Xiami Redmi Note 9 (miatoll)