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Downloading CalyxOS and installing it on a phone is easy ! Here is how you do it...

At this time we are actively supporting six phone models:

  • Google Pixel 2 ( code name walleye )
  • Google Pixel 2 XL ( code name taimen )
  • Google Pixel 3 ( code name blueline )
  • Google Pixel 3 XL ( code name crosshatch )
  • Google Pixel 3a ( code name sargo )
  • Google Pixel 3a XL ( code name bonito )

Here are links to factory install images for our currently supported phones:
sha256: 4966d4824743b882897513728e5010a8dc123590d91294d8f759aac789067496
sha256: b058c1b8994bacc340f3f238f11a99c4397927ac05e2c7e27296c3fd2ec2a23c
sha256: cde850367cb1b9a3567e53928a749894bfa0791571fc24368626214f36051650
sha256: 1c9f4274a9f042dfd1ae75d896544a085eb85fc63b0a3cc0eb93ea10a5d44070
sha256: 2d89a372ae2559bd6f5ac7758d2354c655b62bb6e10a4d98dc38355a3f5f1900
sha256: aa43618aed9f0d7605b152baedd7438cfae1106f5f3f3ff93e83332b29f36ce7

Further down the road, we are trying to get CalyxOS running on lower-cost phones in order to bring it within reach of many more people, since the Google Pixel phones are both fairly expensive and difficult to obtain in many countries.

If you want to try CalyxOS at this time the first thing you have to do is get one of our supported phones and then follow these installation directions

*Note: In the USA there are two variants of the Google Pixel phones: The Google unlocked version, and the Verizon one. The Verizon one is unfortunately locked in such a way (boot loader locked) that you cannot install another operating system on it. The only way to tell is to attempt to unlock the bootloader of the phone. If you can enable "OEM unlocking" then it's an unlocked version. If "OEM unlocking" is greyed out and not toggle-able then you have the Verizon version.