The Google Pixel 3 XL is already entitled to support Fuchsia through an independent developer. However, we recommend that you do not try to install the OS on the smartphone.
Whenever we talk about Fuchsia we can repeat the same story: it is about a mysterious operating system on which Google has been working for several years. His goal: replace Android and Chrome OS to bring together smartphones, tablets and computers under one OS
A nice project on which very little official information is revealed. Nevertheless, since the project is open source, we regularly learn new things thanks to the modifications made to the freely available source code. Thus 9to5Google realized that an independent developer had made a noticeable change since he offered the Google Pixel 3 XL a Fuchsia support.
To turn the OS on the smartphone, use a fastboot to launch the kernel Zircon – the very heart of Fuchsia – and emulate it on the smartphone screen. But be careful not to try to install it .
Why do not try to install it
We really recommend you do not try to run Fuchsia on your Google Pixel 3 XL, because it is currently impossible to enjoy a graphical interface or a real interaction with Fuchsia. In other words, Fuchsia has arrived on the Google smartphone, but it is purely and simply unusable now. Said support is still at a stage much too premature of its development. It will therefore be necessary to wait for the project to expand and someone to try to affix an interface usable on a daily basis.
Note that it is not Google that brings this novelty, but an independent developer who responds to Zhang Zhuowei’s name. However, it is suspected that the Mountain View firm is working on a home solution to bring Fuchsia on its pixels.
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