An Android-based open source OS that incorporates many optimizations, features, and that supports many more devices. What's more? It's available for just about any Chromebook, PC or tablet released in the last 5 years.
We have a minimal theme design, without any bloatware or unwanted adware apps
We offer many customizable options for screens, big and small, that allow you to setup your device for whatever task is at hand
We built the OS with a focus on speed and stability with tweaks to assist in the most demanding use cases
We bring Bliss to every device we can, and our PC builds even include extra ARM/ARM64 compatibility so you can use your favorite apps
Bliss OS lets the user choose between Desktop or Tablet UI, based on the launcher being used. You can even mix the two to truly make your system your own
An Open Source Desktop launcher that allows the use of a bottom taskbar, with Bliss button (start menu)
An Open Source Desktop Launcher that is inspired from the ChromeOS taskbar
An integrated desktop launcher with tasks, built into the navigation bar (Experimental, only on 14.10)
The classic Launcher3 from AOSP with some minor tweak
Bliss OS comes with a variety of added features for compatibility, be it ARM/ARM64 app support on your PC, letting you use the games & apps you know and love or VA-API hardware accelerated video decoding to watch your favorite streaming platform. Also, with the latest XtMapper keymapper, you will be able to control your apps using a keyboard & mouse with ease.
(More app support will be added soon, also Xtmapper is still in early development phase.)
BlissOS is the first Android-x86 derivative that includes weishu's KernelSU.
With it, you can easily grant root permission for apps and even install Magisk modules without having to install Magisk.
(KernelSU is still in the beta stage, and modules support is still experimental)
Many of our competitors offer their
OS as a free download, but that
as the product, selling your data as a way to make profits.
By making Bliss OS open source and being non-profit run, it can be ensured that nothing is being sold and no malicious code is included.
Not only do we respect your privacy, but we vow to never include anything to put your data in jeopardy. We are also constantly updating things with the latest security updates from Google for the currently active and maintained versions of Bliss OS. And as an open source project, all our source code is also available, so you and others can ensure your data and safety are at the top of our concerns. For users that have an even greater concern about their user data, we also offer Bliss OS builds that are Google Services free, and come with F-Droid & microG for a truly secure user experience.
We are a 501(c3) nonprofit, run by people that donate their free time towards the project. We do our best to bring a quality OS to your device, while working a real job on the side in most cases. Please consider showing us we're on the right track by donating using the button below.Buy Us a Coffee
|Bliss OS 14 (Beta) (Android 11)||Bliss OS 15 (Beta) (Android 12L)|
|Bliss OS 12 (Deprecated) (Android 10)||Bliss OS 11 (Deprecated) (Android 9.0)|
Our Bliss OS 11 & 12 builds are no longer maintained,
and updates will not be delivered.
It is HIGHLY recommended to download Bliss OS 14.x or 15.x builds instead. Support and updates are available for those versions.
Since we're usually working across multiple versions of Android with Bliss OS, things can get a little confusing when it comes to figuring out what build type is right for you. Here is an explanation of our currently supported variants to help things along.
These are generic builds based on Android 11 and BlissROMs sources. These builds are considered experimental.XDA thread
These are generic builds based on Android 12L and BlissROMs sources. These builds are considered experimental.XDA thread
Info about what is included in the different builds and how it relates to your hardware.
Bliss OS 15.8 (Android 12L) Beta Builds are now available for download.
Bliss OS 14.x builds are based on Android 11, these builds are still under development and aren't recommended for daily use.
|Bliss OS 14.10.x (x86_64) Changelog||#Kernel 5.15.x #Mesa 22.3.x #FOSS & GApps||SourceForge|
Bliss OS 15.x builds are based on Android 12L, these builds are still under development and aren't recommended for daily use.
|Bliss OS 15.8.x (x86_64) Changelog||#Kernel 5.15.x #Mesa 22.3.x #FOSS & GApps||SourceForge|
With the help of our users and fans, we've been able to grow from individual, passionate volunteers into a small but sustainable team. Every little bit of support helps us improve our projects and tackle even more ambitious goals.
Directly fund Bliss OS and get a badge on your GitHub profile to show your support. GitHub Sponsors doesn't charge any fees, so it's a great way to make your contribution go farther.Sponsor on Github
A quick & easy to donate, use your debit card, credit card, or PayPal Account, and you can choose a one-time payment or set up recurring payments.Use Paypal
Everything that we make is 100% open source and developed collaboratively by people from all over the world. Even if you're not a programmer, you can get involved and make a difference. We are constantly looking for people to help out with the following activities on our project.
If you are interested in helping out with any of the above, please fill out our form to let us know how you can help. Google form
A rapid prototyping toolkit created by the makers of Bliss OS. Android-Generic Project aims to assist in bringing all AOSP based projects to x86/x86_64 PC hardware, emulators, and moreHead to AG Website
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