Pixelify/Pix3lify | Magisk Modules Repository

As a Mi A1 user, I was stuck with Stock Oreo 8.0.0 without Oreo custom ROMs when I first bought my device. Kernel sources weren’t released at the time so I decided if I can cook up a Magisk module that can bring me the Pixel UI without the need to install that ROM. What I did is to search around the internet which lead me to download the Pixel 3 XL factory images and extract the files mostly needed in the new Pixel 3 devices. I’ve decided to gather these files and compiled them all into a single Magisk Module. This module can be flashed with other devices on Oreo and above as well.

Features:

  • Pixel Blue theme accent
  • Adds Daydream VR support
  • Adds Digital Wellbeing in Settings app
  • Adds Gestures in Settings app (device dependent)
  • Adds Pixel alarms/media/ringtones/UI sounds
  • Adds Pixel Stand app (wireless charging stand)
  • Adds Pixel Sounds app (mileage may vary)
  • Adds Google Markup app (Android 5+)
  • Adds Pixel exclusive wallpapers
  • Enables Nexus, Pixel, and Android One app support
  • Enables Google Dialer install via Playstore
  • Enables Google Dialer’s Call Screening (mileage may vary)
  • Enables Camera2 API support (find a working Modded Google Camera app here)
  • Enables EIS support (device dependent)
  • Enables Google Assistant
  • Enables Night Light (device dependent)
  • Uses system-wide or header Product Sans
  • Uses emoji from Android Q

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