GrapheneOS v2023062800 Introduces Experimental Pixel Fold Support

“GrapheneOS now has experimental support for the Pixel Fold. It’s available for download on our staging site. It can also be installed with our easy to use web installer.”

What’s new in GrahpeneOS v2023062800

add initial Pixel Fold supportreplace unused BUILD_ID field with device name in release channel metadataSystem Updater: add enforcement of device name in release channel metadata as a misuse resistance improvementSettings: mark DSUs (Dynamic System Updates) as unsupportedLauncher: add back Storage Scopes and Contact Scopes links to launcher icon shortcuts since this is now separate from the recent apps screenPixel Tablet: set default screen rotation to landscape mode (270 degrees) since we disable auto-rotation by default (due to the manual rotate button appearing after rotation) and the current default means that the device starts locked in portrait mode in the initial setup which gives a bad impressionkernel (Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, Pixel 7a, Pixel Tablet, Pixel Fold, Generic 5.10): add missing non-security patchVanadium: update to version 114.0.5735.196.0Auditor: update to version 73

Previous GrapheneOS release also introduced support for Pixel Tablet.

What’s new in GrapheneOS v2023062300:

Sandboxed Google Play compatibility layer: fix compatibility with Nearby Share with current Play services versionsadd production ready Pixel Tablet support (we published our initial release for it on June 21st, but this is the first production release with tags)ignore non-system packages for location indicator exemptions, getLocationBypassPackages(), Qualified Network Services, telephony data services, device provisioning and wlan/wwan wireless network services to resolve an upstream vulnerability in the approach to exemptions impacting the Pixel TabletSettings: hide eSIM activation app toggle when the app isn’t included in the OS such as the Pixel Tabletprevent adding guest user on lockscreen via adding new users on lockscreen is disabled (UI only appears on large screens such as the Pixel Tablet)improve compatibility with apps trying to use a network location provider when none is availablefix work profile screenshot crash caused by missing configuration in AOSPuse unified tags based on our build number rather than the standard BUILD_ID.BUILD_NUMBERPixel 4a, Pixel 4a (5G), Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a: set BUILD_ID to match stock OS againSettings: improve our infrastructure for user management togglesSettings: add toggle for preventing a user from running in the backgroundkernel (Generic 5.15): update to latest GKI LTS branch revision including update to 5.15.110adevtool: add support for devices without a cellular basebandadevtool: make adding vendor_kernel_boot partition-exists genericadevtool: disable broken support for file reference overlayssimplify Pixel prototype check by comparing brand instead of device modelGmsCompatConfig: update to version 58GmsCompatConfig: update to version 59GmsCompatConfig: update to version 60Auditor: update to version 72

Anyone thinking about switching their phone OS to GrapheneOS should check out this recent guide by stacker.news user @siggy47.

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