June 2023 Quarterly Platform Release and Security update
CalyxOS 4.10.1 - June 2023 Quarterly Platform Release and Security update
Released to Stable on Tuesday, June 20 for all devices except FP4
- CalyxOS 4.10.1
- June 2023 Quarterly Platform Release and Security update
- Chromium 114.0.5735.130 (latest stable)
- The Launcher feature “pause apps” is currently unavailable. You should be able to unpause any paused apps, but won’t be able to pause them again.
- Will be fixed in the next build.
- Tapping the fingerprint scanner wakes up the device. There used to be an option to change that, it’s temporary unavailable, will be brought back in the next build.
- Google releases Security updates on the first Monday of every month
- They release a big Feature update every quarter - usually December, March and June.
- Google delayed this update, only releasing it earlier this week instead of last week.
- These quarterly updates include both changes to their proprietary apps (which we don’t have), and some to the open source code (AOSP) which we benefit from.
- More details: https://support.google.com/pixelphone/thread/220747201/google-pixel-update-june-2023
- 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- End-of-life: The Pixel 4a, 4 XL, 4, 3a XL, 3a, 3 XL, 3 are no longer being updated by Google, so the CalyxOS releases for these devices only contain the fixes to the open source components, such as the OS code and the Linux kernel.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.