CalyxOS 4.7.0 (and 4.7.1) - March 2023 Quarterly Platform Release and Security update is now available for the Pixels 3, 3a, 5 - 7, and the Fairphone 4
4.7.0 has been released to stable on 17 March, Friday.
4.7.1 for Pixel 6, 6 Pro and 6a is still on beta because of the known issue mentioned below.
- CalyxOS 4.7.0
- March 2023 Quarterly Platform Release and Security update
- Add assisted GPS toggle in Settings -> Location
- Remove sensitive info from SUPL requests
- Chromium: 111.0.5563.57
- Add detailed battery usage stats. Settings -> System -> Other options -> Battery stats.
- Recovery: Show CalyxOS version
Pixel 6, 6 Pro, 6a
- CalyxOS 4.7.1
- Google hasn’t released the March update for this device yet
- We’re using the February beta proprietary files
- Video decoding / playback is broken across most apps.
- We’re working on fixing it, till then you can follow this temporary workaround.
- Set rollback index to match latest stock.
- This should make new installs easier.
Pixel 4, 4 XL
- A bug in Google’s March update has delayed this, working on fixing it.
- We will release a build with the fix as soon as it’s ready
- Over-the-air Updates: CalyxOS updates are delivered over-the-air (OTA) automatically, without any manual intervention needed. However, if you'd like to manually update your CalyxOS install, see OTA.
- Security Updates: The Pixel Fold, Tablet, 7a, 7 Pro, 7, 6a, 6 Pro, 6, 5a (5G), 4a (5G), 5 contain the full security patch, as they are still being updated by Google.
- Security Updates: The Fairphone 4 stock OS follows a different security update release schedule, which usually lags behind by a month or two compared to Pixels. The CalyxOS releases for it only contain the latest fixes to the open source components, such as the OS code and the Linux kernel. Proprietary components such as the bootloader, modem firmware, and other firmware get updates as soon as the stock OS update is available.
- End-of-life: The Pixel 4a, 4 XL, 4, 3a XL, 3a, 3 XL, 3 are no longer being updated by Google, so the CalyxOS releases for these devices only contain the fixes to the open source components, such as the OS code and the Linux kernel. Proprietary components such as the bootloader, modem firmware, and other firmware no longer get updates.