[ROM][13][OFFICIAL][ENCRYPTION] PixelExperience /PixelExperience Plus for S10 Series [AOSP]

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expressluke

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PixelExperience / PixelExperience Plus for S10 Series

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?
Wi-Fi
RIL
Mobile data
GPS
Camera
Flashlight
Camcorder
Bluetooth
Fingerprint reader
Face unlock
NFC
Lights
Sound/vibration


Known issues
Nothing yet
You tell me

DON'T FLASH GAPPS, THEY'RE ALREADY INCLUDED


Downloads

Galaxy S10e (beyond0lte)

Galaxy S10 (beyond1lte)

Galaxy S10+ (beyond2lte)

Galaxy S10 5G (beyondx)


Encryption on the unofficial ROM will be enabled when PE Recovery is installed and disabled if you have TWRP installed when flashing the ROM. Switching between unencrypted and encrypted states requires a data format.
Format data if you are coming from any other ROM before flashing this one,


Download from GitHub Releases

Galaxy S10e

Regular: ROM / PE Recovery
Plus: ROM / PE Recovery

Galaxy S10

Regular: ROM / PE Recovery
Plus: ROM / PE Recovery

Galaxy S10+

Regular: ROM / PE Recovery
Plus: ROM / PE Recovery

Galaxy S10 5G

Regular: ROM / PE Recovery
Plus: ROM / PE Recovery

Pixel Experience Plus (Build 1)
S10e
S10
S10+
S10 5G

Pixel Experience (Build 1)
S10e
S10
S10+
S10 5G

This rom can be flashed with any recovery of choice, including TWRP. If you are coming from any other Android 13 rom , format DATA first (i.e Lineage 20, Pixel Extended)




Telegram Channel for 982x series (ExpressLuke) - for early releases and updates​


 
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Mikes

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What is the encryption and what is it for? I ask because I don't know English well.
File encryption protects individual files or file systems by encrypting them with a specific key, making them accessible only to the keyholder. The goal is to prevent malicious or unauthorized parties from accessing files that are stored on the disk.

But, if you are asking why it's disabled, then probably because encrypted partitions are not supported by TWRP recovery.
 
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ZmisiS

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File encryption protects individual files or file systems by encrypting them with a specific key, making them accessible only to the keyholder. The goal is to prevent malicious or unauthorized parties from accessing files that are stored on the disk.

But, if you are asking why it's disabled, then probably because encrypted partitions are not supported by TWRP recovery.
Thanks. Now I know. For me, this is an important information.
 

Titan OzKar

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hello, good morning, I'm interested in updating this version but I have the HVJ5, what would be the version to downgrade, it's an s10+
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Gravarty

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Great! I hope the non-plus version gets updated too, since i'm not a big fan of extra customisation :D
 
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