Project Treble is one of the less known features that Google has added to the Android Oreo update. Some Android users are wondering “What is Project Treble?” Google has specially designed this feature to give ordinary vendor hardware code from the Android framework code to allow manufacturers to quickly get latest OS without waiting for their partner to support it. There are many devices got the Project Treble feature with the Oreo update. If your Android device is running Oreo 8.0, then you probably want to check Project Treble Support on your Android Oreo device. Correct?

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Every newly launched smartphone with Android Oreo will be integrated with Project Treble. The great thing is now you don’t need to spend too much time and download OEMs like earlier you did to get Android updates. Check out this quick guide on how to check if your Android device supports Project Treble.
How to Check Project Treble Support on Android Oreo Device

How to Check if your Android Device Supports Project Treble

The Termux app is the terminal emulator for Android device. With the help of this app, you can communicate with device’s file system. So, download and install Termux App from the Google Play Store.

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Install Termux App on Android Oreo deviceLaunch the app and enter following command and enter.

getprop ro.treble.enabled

Check Project Treble Supported Android Oreo DeviceIf you get the command line with “true,” it means your device is Project Treble enabled. If it says “false,” that means your device not supported Project Treble.

You’re done!

What about your device?

Well, this was the simple process to check to your device support Project Treble or not. Hope now you have a clear idea about your device built-in with Project Treble or not.

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