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dotOS – Droid on Time | what is dotOS? Full Details Explained

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dot OS

dot OS: As we know already Android is open-source in nature. This gives freedom to the Android developers to play with the code and make some custom ROM. As a result, dotOS is here. So let’s see what is dotOS and all these things.

Whats is dotOS?

Whats is dotOS: First thing first. dotOS is also known as Droid On Time OS. It is a Custom Android Firmware completely based on the Android Open Source Project.

It was launched with an aim to provide a good user interface and Optimum performance. dotOS also clocks with good performance and battery life. You can download dotOS from the official site for your device.

Also, read – Prime OS

Let’s some features of this OS.

Features

Battery

Optimal charge level alert

Battery performance profiles

Wakelock blocker

Alarm blocker

Sensor block per-package

Status Bar

Smart pulldown

Brightness control

Quick pulldown

Tap to sleep

System icons

Statusbar logo

Net activity

Battery bar

Bluetooth battery status

Battery icon styles

Battery saver color

Clock & date options

No sim network hide

Disable no sim icon

Volte icon

Network icon customization

Custom carrier label



 Interface:

Berry styles (Light/Dark/Black/Auto)

Blur personalization

Screen stabilization

Dashboard suggestions

Dashboard conditions

Panels:

Volume dialog tweaks

Power menu tweaks

Navigation:

Navigation mode(Stock/Smartbar/Fling)

Pulse

Dynamic navbar color

Quick Settings:

Custom header images

QS panel footer customization

QS layout editor

Brightness slider customization



Notifications:

Screen-on notifications

Kill the app button in the notification

In-Call vibration options

Toast animation

Toast icon color

Less annoying in-call notifications

Toast icon

Toast text color

Disable fc notifications

Force expanded notifications

Heads up toggle

Heads up stoplist

Snooze timer

Heads up timeout

Heads up blacklist

Statusbar ticker

Ticker animation

Recent:

Memory bar

Icon pack

Hide apps from recents

Stock recents customization

Clear all button customization

Recent styles

OmniSwitch

Slim recent

Immersive recent

Recent layout (Stock/Grid/Android Go)

Lock screen:

Notification count

Lockscreen colors

Lockscreen elements visibility

Wake and unlock

Lockscreen alpha

Hide status bar

Charging info

Clock and date options

Double tap to sleep

Ambient display music ticker

Ambient display bottom view (Weather/Battery/None)

Fingerprint vibration

FP unlock on boot

Music cover art

Music visualizer

Face auto unlock

Custom bottom shortcuts

Disable power menu

Disable qs panel



Gestures:

Touchscreen gestures

Screen-on gestures

Gesture anywhere

Three finger screenshot

Pie control

App circle bar

Animations:

System Animations

Screen off animation

Listview animations

Android P animations

QS tile animations

Custom Bootanimation

Disable animations

System:

System app remover

Suspend actions

Smart Pixels

Allow untrusted overlays toggle (for Substratum Support)

CPU info overlay

SELinux mode Toggle

dotOS UI

IME Settings:

Auto keyboard rotation

Selector notification

Disable fullscreen keyboard

Weather:

Statusbar weather

Lock screen weather

Weather service settings



Miscellaneous:

Screenshot editor

Disable safe headset volume

Camera shutter sound

Wake on plug

Scrolling cache

Pocket detection

Events

Launch music App on headset Connection

Also, read – What is Stock Android?

dotOS 3.0 Release

dot OS 3.0: Recently dotOS has released its latest 3.0 version in February 2019 with the latest release of Android 9.0 (Pie). It brings some new and improved features as follows.

Here is a list of features added recently.

  • February Security Patches (9.0.0_r33).
  • Fresh redesigned Settings Settings UI.
  • Supports seamless updates.
  • New redesigned OTA manager.
  • New boot animation for pie.
  • USB Tether Qs Tile.
  • Caffeine Tile.
  • New dotOS BatteryView.
  • Added Call recording feature.
  • MicroG support added.
  • Added Auto call record feature in the dialer.
  • System-wide Themes – Black, Dark, and Light.
  • Some dialer app Improvements.
  • dotOS Neo Theme.
  • Accent Manager – based on Fruity Pebbles.
  • UI/UX improvements.
  • Added MusicFx.
  • Sound tile in QS panel.
  • Qs Panel Items Customisations.
  • Ability to adjust Qs panel Opacity.
  • QStiles Styles.
  • StatusBar Clock customizations.
  • Updated a few Apps.
  • New default wallpaper for pie.
  • Ability to change 4G icon instead of LTE.
  • Ability to add/remove roaming Indicator.
  • Added some new Wallpapers in dot papers.
  • Double tap to sleep on Statusbar and lock screen.
  • Disable Suggestions on Settings Dashboard.
  • Lock screen Clock Widget Fonts.
  • Ability to reset Battery Stats.
  • Statusbar Battery Customizations.
  • Lockscreen Charging Info.
  • Switch for disabling Screenshot sound.
  • Switch for Wake up screen on Plug.
  • Statusbar Network Traffic Display.
  • Partial/Full Screenshot feature qs tile.
  • Lock screen pattern customizations.
  • Lock screen weather display.
  • Lockscreen Visualizer Feature.
  • Ambient Music ticker.
  • Custom Button light customizations
  • Battery light customization.
  • Sim Manual Provisioning Support.
  • Ability to restrict app data/wifi usage.
  • Ability to set a ringtone for each sim slot.
  • SmartNavigation features.
  • Volte icon toggle.
  • Supports Turbo Charging.
  • Supports Dash Charging.
  • Gallery app Improvements with a set of new outline icons.
  • 3 finger swipe screenshot gesture.
  • Battery Bar on the status bar.
  • DocumentUI app Improvements.
  • Clock App Improvements.
  • Dialer Improvements.
  • Contacts app Improvements.
  • Browser app redesigned.

Also, read – Fuchsia OS

Conclusion

dotOS is the newest member in this space and quite unknown to the world. As time goes on it will grab more and more user base and gets known by the community.

They have a Telegram group you can join and discuss with the community. As of now it also supports a limited number of devices. In the future, we may expect the number will increase. If you want some different experience you may try this one. Before flashing your device make sure that you have proper knowledge of what you are doing. Happy Flashing.