Paranoid Android Quartz 2 brings 4 new features and adds support for the OnePlus 5/5T and OnePlus 7T Pro

Paranoid Android Quartz 2 brings 4 new features and adds support for the OnePlus 5/5T and OnePlus 7T Pro

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Earlier this month, the team behind the popular Paranoid Android custom ROM released Paranoid Android Quartz 1 — the first stable Android 10-based build of the ROM — for a handful of devices. While there have been several unofficial Paranoid Android builds floating around on our forums, Paranoid Android Quartz 1 was the first stable release from the team since their Android Nougat-based builds. For the initial stable release, the team added a boatload of features to the ROM, including things like screen stabilization, a built-in screen recorder, FOD support, vibration adapted UI, and more. Building upon the feedback on the Quartz 1 release, the team is now rolling out Paranoid Android Quartz 2 with 4 new features and support for a few more devices.

According to a recent post on the team’s blog, Paranoid Android Quartz 2 is now rolling out for all supported devices and it includes these new features:

  • Face Unlock
  • New volume panel
  • New statusbar brightness slider
  • Added support for single-tap to ambient display (only on devices with kernel support for it)

Along with the aforementioned features, the Paranoid Android Quartz 2 build brings a fix for a screen recording crash issue that plagued the initial build. The update also includes a few device-specific changes that can be found on the second post of the respective device threads on our forums. Additionally, the build brings support for three new devices, including the OnePlus 5, OnePlus 5T, and OnePlus 7T Pro.

Download Paranoid Android Quartz 2 (Android 10)

If you’re interested in trying out Paranoid Android Quartz 2 on your device, you can head over to their respective XDA forum threads (linked below) and follow the instructions to get started:

Do note that these builds already have Google apps included, so you don’t need to flash a separate ZIP file to get the Google Play Store. In case you already have the Paranoid Android Quartz 1 build running on your device, you should automatically receive the Quartz 2 OTA in the coming days.

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The Paranoid Android team is currently working to extend support to a few more devices, including:

If you’re interested in helping the Paranoid Android team with development, then reach out to [email protected]paranoidandroid.co. If you want to stay up-to-date on news and new releases from the team, you should consider following them on Twitter.