Paranoid Android Releases Official Custom ROM For The Pixel 7 And 7 Pro

Paranoid Android Releases Official Custom ROM For The Pixel 7 And 7 Pro
Custom ROM For The Pixel 7 And 7 Pro

We now have the first “official” custom ROM for the most recent flagships, thanks to Paranoid Android, more than a month after the debut of the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.

Since LineageOS 20.0 has been in development for the Pixel 7 series for a few weeks, at least unofficially, this isn’t the first custom ROM for the Pixel 7 series. Since at least last week, an initial build has been released on the XDA Forums, although it is still in its very early stages and cannot be considered “official” at this time.

Custom ROM For The Pixel 7 And Pixel 7 Pro

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It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the majority of Pixel 7 series customers would probably never consider installing a custom ROM on their smartphones, but if you enjoy even more device control and distinctive features, you could consider doing so. This may be excellent news. After the project nearly failed, Paranoid Android has had a revival in recent years.

ProtonAOSP was the first to release an Android 12-based ROM for the Pixel 6 last year. The first Android 13-based custom ROM to be made available for the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro is Paranoid Android this year.

All of the most important Pixel features and functionalities, the whole Paranoid Android suite of customizations, and the November 2022 security patch will be added to your device if you choose to flash it. Face Unlock is still supported, although there are currently some difficulties with the fingerprint scanner on the Pixel 7 Pro when using the 1080p display setting.

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It’s important to remember that this is only a beta and not the finished product that will be developed over the next several days, weeks, and months. Because of this, even if you have experience installing modified ROMs, we advise exercising caution.

The fact that Paranoid Android Topaz Beta for the Pixel 7 series enables OTA updates is a significant perk. Below are links to the official Paranoid Android downloads if you want to get started right away:

The Topaz Beta 2 upgrade for the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro as well as the Topaz Alpha 3 update for the Nothing Phone have both been released, according to the Paranoid Android team (1). These upgrades provide you even another choice of custom ROM for devices that already have light, nearly “stock” Android versions.

  • Pixel 7 (panther)
  • Pixel 7 Pro (cheetah)

If loaded on your device, the second beta version for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro provides support for OTA upgrades in addition to a number of software improvements. It’s intriguing to note that the changelog for the Pixel 6 series includes support for Face Unlock.

Although it seems like this feature is only available on the Pixel 7 series, development on the straightforward biometric option has been continuing for some time. Although we haven’t tested it yet, it definitely appears that the option has been introduced, at least unofficially, by the Paranoid Android team. Although the Pixel 6a was not mentioned, you may get the most recent version below to flash on your Pixel 6 or 6 Pro:

  • Google Pixel 6 (oriole)
  • Google Pixel 6 Pro (raven)

Numerous fixes are also included in Paranoid Android Topaz Alpha 3 for the Nothing Phone (1) for this early Android 13 release. With enhanced performance across a range of areas, including the display, Bluetooth connectivity, and even boot speeds, Face Unlock also enters the feature set.

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