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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: 6ea278f40de86486a3a98ade87468aff2a96349afd1ab193957e1ed90408d0b2
sha256: 7e3e9f9bfe5fdfb45dc1a6d768c24acf5f2fc2867475c4533847d50483e77001
sha256: 75579dc3326f1ae78c54e05df49111e2f349128c1e6737d31632acc2a182a17b
sha256: 5d4edaf2c054002133a36121ea85a411a369d6fea6cf501d36f20772a2267948
sha256: 56e9f8cd106351a7afad25e22b02cc1040ca5013dbbacbdb377c956be932165e
sha256: f896f7daa9edacb06df45d874f176cfa7cdf78daadcb6535329de8bb5bf73e87

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.


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