CalyxOS 4.12.2 - Feature update is now available for all supported devices.
|Beta||2 September, Saturday|
|Security express||4 September, Monday|
|Stable||Skipped, will go straight to 4.13.2|
- CalyxOS 4.12.2
- Feature update
- Chromium 116.0.5845.163 (latest stable)
- Chromium: Allow configured WebGL and WebRTC per site
- Chromium: Add lots of improvements from Cromite, a Bromite fork.
- Chromium: Add some improvements from Brave
- F-Droid: Change to a user app, so that you can uninstall if you want
- New Panic app, can uninstall apps for a start, more will be added in the future.
- New Panic app is configured from Settings -> Security -> Panic, and is meant to replace the panic functionality in F-Droid
- microG: Update to latest upstream version.
- microG: UnifiedNlp has been deprecated, and location modules are now built into microG
- microG: Many bugfixes and improvements all around
- Fix Google translate when not logged into a google account.
- Support logging out secondary users, via an “End Session” button in the power menu
- Secondary user work profile fixes
- Camera (Aperture): Bugfixes and improvements
- Updates to all other included apps
- 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- End-of-life: The Pixel 4a, 4 XL, 4, 3a XL, 3a, 3 XL, 3 are no longer being updated by Google, so the CalyxOS releases for these devices only contain the fixes to the open source components, such as the OS code and the Linux kernel.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.