Features – Proton os
Proton os Aka Proton AOSP offers many improvements to the stock Android experience:
- Better performance
- Clean UI design
- Improved memory management
- Under-the-hood tweaks
- Default experience
It also keeps what you’re used to on stock:
- SafetyNet passing out-of-the-box without root
- Some Pixel-exclusive features
Better performance #
Proton AOSP is more smooth (i.e. less jank) and responds faster than stock. The performance improvements can be attributed to:
- Vulkan UI rendering
- Reduced APEX overhead
- Deep, low-level system optimizations throughout the system
The performance improvements have been empirically proven on a Pixel 5:
- Up to 18% faster app/menu/screen opening
- 16% faster screenshot capturing
- Up to 4x faster low-level memory management
- Faster image loading and saving (JPEG and PNG)
See Performance for technical details.
Clean UI design #
We pay attention to details in the user interface:
- Easy-to-read typography with Inter, Source Serif Pro, and Fira Code
- Light and dark colors derived from the Primer Design System and modified in a perceptual color space
- Frosted glass blur with state-of-the-art rendering techniques
- Fewer distractions in the system
- Builtin wallpapers designed by Infinitum
See Theme for details.
Improved memory management #
You can keep more apps in memory, thanks to several memory management tweaks:
- Optimized memory pinning
- ART heap compaction
- Higher background app limit (helps devices with 8+ GB of RAM)
Under-the-hood tweaks #
We’ve fixed some minor bugs from Google’s stock OS:
- Better 5 GHz Wi-Fi signal retention
- High-resolution recents overview
- Fixes for some AOSP bugs
- Latest Chromium WebView
Proton AOSP is not dedicated to improving privacy or security, but it still has some features to help keep your data private:
- Support for microG
- Secure quick settings
- Internet & sensor permissions
- Camera and microphone usage indicators
- Permission usage dashboard
- Minor hardening from GrapheneOS
We also have a few assorted features for your convenience:
- Clear battery usage stats on demand
- Call recording (where legal with one-party consent)
- AI-powered back gesture
- Adaptive brightness toggle in quick settings
- Memory usage in Settings
- Advanced settings expanded by default
- Command-line tools for developers
Default experience #
The out-of-the-box experience is made to fit your needs:
- Modern default settings
- Material ringtone, alarm, and notification sounds
- 2D and photo wallpapers
Unlike many custom ROMs, Proton AOSP passes Google’s SafetyNet attestation checks out-of-the-box, so you don’t need to do anything. However, don’t take it for granted — Google could break it at any time. Unofficial operating systems rely on a variety of workarounds in order to pass SafetyNet, so it should not be expected to work forever.
See Passing SafetyNet for more information, and SafetyNet for technical details.
Easy-to-use guided web installer #
Proton AOSP is easier to install than most other custom ROMs. It has an easy-to-use guided web installer, so installation is just a few clicks and takes as little as 4 minutes (depending on the speed of your internet connection). You don’t need to worry about using command-line interfaces, downloading tools, or bricking your device.
Pixel-exclusive features #
Not all Pixel-exclusive features are included due to their proprietary nature, but some of them are available:
- Live Caption
- Now Playing
- Screen attention (Pixel 4+)
- Adaptive 5G connectivity (Pixel 5+)
- Adaptive Sound (Pixel 5)
Device-specific features #
Some devices have additional features.
Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL #
- Customizable Active Edge implementation
- Option to disable camera laser focus in Settings
- Customizable Active Edge implementation
INSTALLATION GUIDE of Proton OS:
Installation Steps #
1) Enter Fastboot mode
- Make sure your phone turned off. Press and hold the Power and Volume down buttons for 3 seconds until the phone turns on. You will be in Fastboot mode with the Mi Bunny icon showing on your screen.
2) Connect your phone
- Once your phone is in Fastboot mode, connect your phone to a computer using a USB Cable.
3) Check your phone connection
- Once you connected your phone to a computer using a USB Cable, check your phone connection to the computer by executing
4) Flash the Boot Image (Recovery)
- Once the device showed up in fastboot devices, continue with Sideloading the boot image with the following commands
fastboot flash boot_a boot.img
fastboot flash vendor_boot_a vendor_boot.img
5) Enter Recovery mode
- Press and hold the Power and Volume up buttons for 3 seconds until the phone turns on. You will be in Recovery mode.
6) Select Update through ADB
- Once your phone is in Recovery mode and shows “No Command”, hit Power button + Volume up button, then use the volume buttons to move through the menu options, when “Install update through ADB” is highlighted, press the Power button.
7) Continue the flashing
- Flash the ROM through recovery with
adb sideload <zipname>command from your PC.
8) Factory Resetting
- Use the volume buttons to move through the menu options, when Factory Reset is highlighted, press the Power button.
9) Reboot to System
- Use the volume buttons to move through the menu options, when Reboot to System is highlighted, press the Power button.
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