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Graphene’s “Pixel 8” Version is Out

Update: October 17, 2023: The experimental version is now listed as Shiba Stable:

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Google released the Pixel 8 near the start of this month on October 4th, 2023. Impressively, the GrapheneOS team is already coming out today on October 15th with early build versions for the Pixel 8. One the lead moderators of team’s social media presence, matchboxbananasynergy, posted on the Graphene forums 2 hours ago quote:

Experimental releases for the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro are now available. Fingerprint unlock support isn’t working yet and other features may be missing. It likely won’t be necessary to reinstall to move to future production releases.

If you want to get the releases and help with testing, please come to to find instructions and related information.

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