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What's cooking in the January update?

· 3 min read
Karan Parashar

As we step into 2024, we're excited to announce yet another update which brings back the promised features since the last update. The January patches have been merged and we've migrated back to

PixelOS 14

Regarding Google Play Integrity

In our last blog, we discussed an overlay solution to tackle Google Play Integrity issues. We've now rolled out an updated version of this overlay. Users can effortlessly install it, reboot their devices, and successfully pass Play Integrity checks. You can find these updates on our Telegram chat @PixelOSChat and stored as a note with the name playintegrityfix. Stay in the loop for hassle-free Google Play experiences!

Feature Additions and fixes:

    - Added Network traffic indicator
- Added auto-brightness button near brightness slider
- Ability to disable screenshot sounds
- Added extra options for screen recording
- Added new floating volume panel
- Added saner heads up for priority notifications only
- Added back missing NFC tile in quick settings
- System-wide Google sans font
- Rearranged additional sound settings
- Fixed an issue where Private Compute Services wouldn't update from the play store
- Fixed memory regression issues


Floating volume panel

New screen recording options and Adaptive brightness button

Rearranged additional sound settings

Stay tuned for further updates and device-specific changelogs as the update rolls out for supported devices.

We are pleased to announce official support for Xiaomi Pad 5 (nabu) this month, this will be our first large screen device.

We would also like to thank those who have been translating PixelOS into different languages for their contributions as they've been a great help. If you've noticed anything that isn't translated in a language you speak, please consider helping out with the translations at

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A heartfelt thank you to our past sponsors: Cnpjoto (cnpjotojj), Koen (62koen), Mateusz Koteja (soanvig), kfaseq, Valmont6.

Thanks for being part of PixelOS.

The PixelOS Team