Does every newer Android-phone use libtinyalsa.so meanwhile?

Some years ago, there where multiple versions of how Android handles audio. There where OSS, then ALSA, then TinyAlsa and so on.

On my phone, a Galaxy Nexus, there was used TinyAlsa via /system/lib/libtinyalsa.so for audio-recording & -playback since ICS.

Does anyone know if this is the standard meanwhile? Or is it just specific to some phones?

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