Resurrection Remix Oreo : Full List of Supported device (Android 8.1)

[Download] Resurrection Remix Oreo: Full Devices List (Android 8.1 Oreo): We all are well known to Remix OS, and we all know it never dissatisfies it’s users so be cheered up because the latest Resurrection Remix OS built with android Oreo is going to be released shortly. Resurrection Remix OS ROMs are always the best custom ROMs available for one’s device. We are going to inform you about the latest Resurrection Remix OS built with android Oreo the latest android version which been released a few weeks back.

Other than Resurrection Remix OS there is one more custom ROM which is built with android Oreo which is Lineage OS 15, being the first custom ROM that provides android oreo makes this custom ROM popular but now it’s no longer the only custom ROM available with android oreo because Resurrection Remix OS is here.

Resurrection Remix OS the most popular among custom ROM and most used custom ROM is now releasing a new version of Resurrection Remix OS with android Oreo shortly. The dates are not confirmed but still as on demand of public they have given the estimates about the dates. The Resurrection Remix OS new built with android Oreo will be released after a few weeks from now and as the pre-built of Resurrection Remix OS is out you can get it from here: Resurrection Remix 5.8.5 Pre-Oreo Build For All Android Devices.

Changes In The New Resurrection Remix OS Based On Android 8.0 Oreo (RR v6.0.0)

Resurrection Remix Oreo

  • September Security Patches
  • Paranoid Android Color Engine
  • Themes Compatible With Color Engine
  • Improved Pocket Mode
  • Several Updates From LineageOS Added
  • Device Specific Changes and Fixes
  • Lots More ……….

Features of Android 8.0 Oreo Based Resurrection Remix ROM


Android 8.0 Oreo now comes with Autofill feature which was available in the Chrome browser. The feature is Auto Fill mode which means that the OS will save your Email Address as well as Password. This will save you precious time

Adaptive Icons

Now Android also added Adaptive Icons which means that the smartphone will now have an option to modify the default icons for various applications in many shapes such as squircle, square, rounded and others. This is done to ensure that the icons on different apps are in line with the other apps for uniformity purpose. This will make your phone looks cool and minimalistic

→ You may Like: How to get Android 8.0 Oreo Adaptive Icons feature on Android 5.0 and above

Updated Emoji

In Android 8.0 Oreo, Google has once again updated the default emojis present in the Android OS to a blob-less emoji version rather than a blob version which was seen on Android 7.0. There  are many new emojis are added to enhance your messaging experience

Notification Dots

This feature is same as the one present on Android 7.0 Nougat where users can long press on home screen to see the options but this feature is now extended to show notifications of that particular app by long pressing the icon.

Picture -In- Picture Mode

The picture in Picture mode which is also known as PiP mode is also added to Android 8.0 Oreo. This will be shown in a floating window rather than the split-screen.

Google Play Protect and 2X Boot Time:

This “Google PLay Protect” is added in the Google Play Store and it will be a background service that will check for apps and its usage and data storage permissions and notify users if it is safe to install and use the app.

Thanks to the great optimization in Android 8.0 Oreo, the boot will now take 10 seconds to do so which is a significant improvement. (Previously 15-20 Sec.)

List of the Devices Getting Resurrection Remix OS Android 8.0/8.1 Oreo Version

(Both Official and Unofficial)


No devices from Asus has received the update yet


No device has received the update yet





LeEco (LeTV)








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Anupam Bakshi
Anupam Bakshi
I am a tech blogger since 2016 currently working with Root My Galaxy Team. I am a student with better hold on writing language and some additional writing skills with perfect blend of technology.

Comments (3)

  1. mmmmh why use codenames instead of phone commercial name???? ………………………i see a long list of names but i don’t know ANYTHING about real phones… maybe just 2 o 3 phone codenames because i owned them

  2. He just posted names of handsets that have official Remix noughat support. Resurrection remix Oreo isn’t announced yet. 😉 :/

  3. this same content was copy pasted many times and none of it is official, nothing can be found on the official RR website and/or google+ etc.

    click biting it’s called


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