Development [ROM][13][OFFICIAL][alioth] PixelExperience for Redmi K40/Poco F3/Mi 11X [AOSP][DISCONTINUED]

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apxun75

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I also noticed that it does not automatically switch from H + to lte when there is traffic or download when the signal level changes.

For example, when Internet radio plays and lte switches to H +, then, when the signal improves, lte does not turn back on. And if there is no traffic, then it automatically switches well
 
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apxun75

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And I found another glitch! when copying via otg to a USB flash drive, it freezes at the end of copying and stands indefinitely. through the total Commander throws off, but the file is damaged, I tried different flash drives, the result is the same

!!!! Sorry I was wrong. just the file was copied for a long time. waited and checked on photos, pictures, copies well. I don't know how to delete my posts here.
 

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Hi, i have crdroid v9, can i use TWRP to install this rom ?
I don't want lost data, and did i mus't install MIUI ( which firmware is recomended ?) or can i flash directly
crdroid-> PixelExperience ?
You have to clean flash, because it's different OS. Backup your data to External USB, or Computer / Laptop First.
 

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Hi Guys. Compliments first. This by far the smoothest experience I have had on Android 13 on our devices till now.
Any way to activate the wide angle camera in the stock camera? If not, which camera is suggested? Hope this isn't an off topic question.
 

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Another glitch! Reminders that are "all day long" do not work in Google calendar. alarm time for a reminder edited, did not help
 

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Hi Guys. Compliments first. This by far the smoothest experience I have had on Android 13 on our devices till now.
Any way to activate the wide angle camera in the stock camera? If not, which camera is suggested? Hope this isn't an off topic question.
I tried a few GCam options and found this one the most stable with macro and wide camera options, it some times bugs when you change lens like from wide camera to video cuz i guess its not supported. Also don't forget to apply config for F3, i used the last options: RD-xml-by-manish.xml (Enhanced colors and more natural)
 
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I also noticed that the camera processing is softening stuff too much, whenever I take a picture it loses all of its detail, no matter the app used to take the photo.
 

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I also noticed that the camera processing is softening stuff too much, whenever I take a picture it loses all of its detail, no matter the app used to take the photo.
Same here and you know what when i compared to mi 11 lite ne 64mp camera picture the difference in detail was more that 50% this percentage matters i don't understand why this 48mp camera sensor of poco f3 is is failing to provide picture sharpness of even 12mp poco f1
 

apxun75

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Hello. Noticed another bug. When unlocking with a fingerprint scanner, sometimes a phantom click occurs in a different area of the screen
 

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Hi. I can't boot into PE recovery since I don't have the vendor img file. I tried downloading it from the official website, but it just won't download for some reason. Can anybody specify a different link for the vendor image file??
 

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Xiaomi Poco F3
Everywhere you go...
Everytime you flash a rom....
After flashing Pixel Experience recovery...
YOU CANT ESCAPE IT! Seriously, like i tried to flash PixelOS and it just overrided OrangeFox with Pixel Experience recovery lol guess i gotta flash pixel experience again
 

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  • 17
    The maintainer is dropping support as mentioned by himself in the testing group. Very unfortunate news.
    Yeah, I probably should've made a post here too. Thing is, I've decided to move on, both to a different phone (Pixel 6) and to different hobbies (Nothing, for now). I'm considering dropping a final update this month to fix the headphone jack/bluetooth problems, but there's absolutely no promises on that. I wish I could've pushed another update sooner, but the PixelExperience build servers have been disabled since the end of November and the team skipped the December update.

    Since the Poco F3 is such a popular device (there must be a reason why it's still the first phone on the XDA front page), I'm sure that someone else will take over maintainership after I leave. Hopefully someone else more skilled than me. :p

    I do hope I've at least been a decent maintainer for the 7 months I've pushed builds, but if not, I'm sure someone better is coming to pick up the slack. It's been a fun ride, and it was pretty cool to help create something that thousands of people use. (As of writing this post, the November builds have a combined total of 6969 downloads, or 1619 + 5350. Nice.) Thanks everyone for the support, and for putting up with the bugs.
    13
    New builds published.

    PixelExperience changes:
    - January security patch
    - Updated Google apps
    - Other changes
    Device changes:
    - Fixed incoming calls dropping when a Bluetooth device is connected
    - Fixed audio not playing through wired headphones
    - Added auxiliary camera support to default camera app
    - Reduced vibration intensity
    - Updated firmware to MIUI 13.0.6 Global
    - Updated kernel to 4.19.269

    And with that, my work here is done.
    9
    If you've been paying attention, you'll notice that both the website and this thread has been updated. I'll try and answer some of the questions you may have here:

    Wait, this ROM is "discontinued"? What does that mean?
    This means that I will no longer be providing updates or support for this device.
    What will happen to my device? Will it stop working? Will I still get updates?
    Nothing will happen to your device, and you can keep using it. If you're still on an older build, you can still update to the latest version. However, unless someone else decides to maintain this device, you will not get any more updates.
    What's happening to the PixelExperience project?
    The PixelExperience project is not going anywhere.
    Will someone else maintain this device?
    As of right now, nobody knows when or if somebody else will maintain this device. However, considering how popular the Poco F3 is, I predict, but can't guarantee that it won't be long before somebody else takes the wheel. If you're a regular user, I'd suggest waiting a month or two. If you're a developer, now's your opportunity to maintain a popular device on a popular custom ROM with thousands of users. Move fast.
    Can I still download the last releases on the website?
    Sure! The last builds I released should still be up on the official website for the foreseeable future, until another developer comes along and releases two builds of their own.
    Where are you going?
    The shadows.
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    New image arrived, will appear soon
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    Yeah, I probably should've made a post here too. Thing is, I've decided to move on, both to a different phone (Pixel 6) and to different hobbies (Nothing, for now). I'm considering dropping a final update this month to fix the headphone jack/bluetooth problems, but there's absolutely no promises on that. I wish I could've pushed another update sooner, but the PixelExperience build servers have been disabled since the end of November and the team skipped the December update.

    Since the Poco F3 is such a popular device (there must be a reason why it's still the first phone on the XDA front page), I'm sure that someone else will take over maintainership after I leave. Hopefully someone else more skilled than me. :p

    I do hope I've at least been a decent maintainer for the 7 months I've pushed builds, but if not, I'm sure someone better is coming to pick up the slack. It's been a fun ride, and it was pretty cool to help create something that thousands of people use. (As of writing this post, the November builds have a combined total of 6969 downloads, or 1619 + 5350. Nice.) Thanks everyone for the support, and for putting up with the bugs.
    this is a sad news... Anyway thanks for your support and for the great effort you gave us for free!I wish you a wonderful year and an happy future!
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    PixelExperience for Redmi K40/Poco F3/Mi 11X (alioth)

    What is this?
    PixelExperience is an AOSP based ROM, with Google apps included and all Pixel goodies (launcher, wallpapers, icons, fonts, boot animation)

    Our mission is to offer the maximum possible stability and security, along with essential and useful features for the proper functioning of the device

    Based on Android 13



    Whats working?
    Everything, probably

    Known issues
    Nothing, hopefully

    DON'T FLASH GAPPS, THEY'RE ALREADY INCLUDED
    Download from PixelExperience website


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    17
    The maintainer is dropping support as mentioned by himself in the testing group. Very unfortunate news.
    Yeah, I probably should've made a post here too. Thing is, I've decided to move on, both to a different phone (Pixel 6) and to different hobbies (Nothing, for now). I'm considering dropping a final update this month to fix the headphone jack/bluetooth problems, but there's absolutely no promises on that. I wish I could've pushed another update sooner, but the PixelExperience build servers have been disabled since the end of November and the team skipped the December update.

    Since the Poco F3 is such a popular device (there must be a reason why it's still the first phone on the XDA front page), I'm sure that someone else will take over maintainership after I leave. Hopefully someone else more skilled than me. :p

    I do hope I've at least been a decent maintainer for the 7 months I've pushed builds, but if not, I'm sure someone better is coming to pick up the slack. It's been a fun ride, and it was pretty cool to help create something that thousands of people use. (As of writing this post, the November builds have a combined total of 6969 downloads, or 1619 + 5350. Nice.) Thanks everyone for the support, and for putting up with the bugs.
    13
    New builds published.

    PixelExperience changes:
    - January security patch
    - Updated Google apps
    - Other changes
    Device changes:
    - Fixed incoming calls dropping when a Bluetooth device is connected
    - Fixed audio not playing through wired headphones
    - Added auxiliary camera support to default camera app
    - Reduced vibration intensity
    - Updated firmware to MIUI 13.0.6 Global
    - Updated kernel to 4.19.269

    And with that, my work here is done.
    12
    I heard that there's a new build. Wait, there are two new builds. I can't count. They're guaranteed to be 100% bug free or your money back.

    Changelog:
    PixelExperience changes:
    - Initial Android 13 Stable release
    - November security patch
    - Face Unlock is back
    - Updated translations
    Device changes:
    - Fixed microphone
    - Squashed bugs
    - Improved security

    (In all seriousness, sorry for releasing a broken build. I hope you continue to use this ROM anyway.)
    10
    Android 13 is here, and it's beautiful.

    Changelog:
    - Linux 4.19.261
    - MIUI 13.0.5 firmware
    - "Charging rapidly" when using Mi Turbo Charge