The team behind the popular Paranoid Android custom ROM released the first stable Android 10-based build earlier this year in April. Since then, the team has rolled out two more stable releases with new features and support for more popular devices. With the Quartz 3 release last month, the team added support for a couple of Xiaomi devices and revealed that they were working to extend support for a few more popular phones, like the Google Nexus 6P, Xiaomi Mi A2, Redmi Note 7, and more. Now, the team has started rolling out Paranoid Android Quartz 4, which brings support for a few of these devices and adds a couple of noteworthy features to the ROM.
As per a recent post on the team’s blog, Paranoid Android Quartz 4 is now rolling out for all supported devices and it includes these improvements and features:
July security patchset.
App Locker (system wide).
Swipe to Face Unlock on lockscreen.
Internal audio screenrecord support.
Full gestural navigation mode support.
Unlink ringtone and notification volumes.
Volume panel version 1.1.
Heads Up tile.
Support for FOD dim only icon (OnePlus).
Longpress power button to enable torch.
Statusbar icons manager.
Fixed AAC codec support for all devices.
Along with the aforementioned features, the Paranoid Android Quartz 4 build also includes a few device-specific changes that can be found on the second post of the respective device threads on our forums (linked below). As mentioned earlier, the build also brings support for the following devices:
Note: Builds for a few new and previously supported devices had not rolled out at the time of writing. We will update the post as soon as the respective forum posts go live.
All the aforementioned builds already have Google apps included, so you don’t need to flash a separate ZIP file to get the Google Play Store. However, if you’re a Galaxy Note 3 user, you will have to flash a separate Gapps package to get Google apps on your device. In case you already have the Paranoid Android Quartz 3 build running on your device, you should automatically receive the Quartz 4 OTA in the next few days.
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