And the changelog from the maintainer:New version is here!
PixelOSPixelOS is an AOSP based ROM, with Google apps included and all Pixel goodies, a fork of Pixel Experience with improvements on the top of it. The Pixel Experience team deserves a lot of credit for their efforts, and we owe them a debt of gratitude for making this ROM possible.pixelos.net
- Rebased on android_13.0.0_r20
- Switched to tracking most repositories from LineageOS
- Switched to Aperture as the default camera app
- Improved smooth display implementation for devices with higher refresh rates
- Updated GMS components from the latest Pixel release
- Added Network speed indicator for monitoring internet connection
- Added an option to show data usage in the quick settings
- Added one-shot auto brightness
- Added configurable rotation angles for auto-rotate
- Added an ADB root toggle
You should read the blog https://blog.pixelos.net/ there it say this "Unfortunately, this requires a clean flash (or involves the tedious process of granting the permission to each app manually)" from the January postMost apps keep force closing after the update. This includes all social and banking apps on my phone.
You should read the blog https://blog.pixelos.net/ there it say this "Unfortunately, this requires a clean flash (or involves the tedious process of granting the permission to each app manually)" from the January post
I have the android 13 rom.I found that doesn't work "tape to wake" ...how can I enable tape to wake to show ambient clock?
You can find it in Settings > System > Gestures > Double tap to check phoneI found that doesn't work "tape to wake" ...how can I enable tape to wake to show ambient clock?
This could be possible. I remember something like this happened on my phone (double tap to wake didn't work) when I was playing with different kernels on a different ROM.is it possible that it does not work if it is not the right kernel installed?
According to the maintainer, you should not change kernal.How do I make a nandroid backup in twrp when there's is no data partition? Or is there another way to do this?
Also, what's the best kernel for battery life and charging speed on the latest Android 13 update? Default one in this rom takes 1.5 hours and battery life is also worse than stock ROM.
Completely agree with you. Besides, at least in my case, the minimum alarm sound is annoyingly high, it seems to sound as max, I almost had a heart attack this morning apparently it happens with notifications and others as well.to update its really a mess. there seems to be _not_ an update path from a early version in november 2022 without a clean install.
the leica cam was removed. and only the miui stock cam is included. no way to install the leica app from magisk.
the battery drain so much *arrgh* after clean install.
just an advice. stay on the november build.
Thank You very much.Settings-> system-> gestures-> system navigation -> gear icon(next to 3 button navigation option)
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1c1 < CONFIG_LOCALVERSION="-VantomKernel" --- > CONFIG_LOCALVERSION="-VantomKernel-Cthulhu-fhtagn" 55c55 < CONFIG_LTO_CLANG=y --- > CONFIG_LTO_NONE=y 702c702 < CONFIG_QCOM_SMP2P_SLEEPSTATE=y --- > CONFIG_QCOM_SMP2P_SLEEPSTATE=n
Hello, I've compiled a TWRP build that supports decrypting /data on Android 12 as well as supporting EROFS. It's a very early build but it does the job and I haven't run into any issues here. Enjoy!So does PixelOS Recovery support data decryption? It's a little hard to tell from this wording (since it is also by definition a custom recovery).
And if it does, is there a way to use it to mount decrypted /data and tar its contents up, with SELinux labels etc.? I'm willing to get my hands very dirty if it means I can avoid setting up the phone by hand again.