Screenshot of CopperheadOS on a Nexus 5X
|Marketing target||Firmware replacement for Android Mobile Devices|
|Update method||Over-the-air (OTA), ROM Flashing|
|Package manager||F-Droid or APK|
CopperheadOS is a source-available operating system for smartphones and tablet computers, based on the Android mobile platform. It is developed as source-available software based on the official releases of Android by Google, with added security features. Supported devices are currently limited to the Google Nexus line.
In August 2016, CopperheadOS announced future versions of the operating system, based on Android Nougat 7.x, would be released under a no-commercial-usage license until more funding could be acquired.
In March 2017, support for Pixel and Pixel XL devices was launched. The operating system for these devices are the first ones created by Copperhead that operate under a no-commercial-usage license.
The following is a list of devices that are supported by CopperheadOS:
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