Folks over at XDA got their hands on a Lollipop test build for Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S5.
An AOSP based Lollipop ROM with working calls has been published for the Xperia Z3. It’s an important step, but not all of the essential features are working quite yet.
The HTC One M8 just got a whole lot sweeter as a GPe ROM of Android 5.0 Lollipop is now available for your flashing fun.
Work on the next instalment of CyanogenMod, CM12, has begun. Nightly builds for some devices could arrive as early as the end of the month.
XDA Forum member skin1980 has released a rooted stock Android Lollipop ROM for the LG G3 D855 that you can flash with TWRP.
Although still in alpha form with significant bugs, XDA user arter97 has created a working AOSP build of Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Galaxy S3 GT-I9300.
Team Electron created a Note 2 ROM that includes many of the top features of the Note 4, including Ultra Power Saving Mode and the new Air Command features.
Motorola has released the kernel source code for the new Moto X (2014) and the Moto G (2014). This means that custom ROMs are coming folks, prepare for the awesome.
Chainfire, the developer behind SuperSU, has taken to Google+ to talk about his latest root exploit for Android Lollipop preview builds and why rooting may prove to be a much more difficult task in the future.
No matter how many ROMs I try I always keep coming back to CyanogenMod. So here are my top five reasons to try out Android’s most popular custom ROM.