The latest version of Paranoid Android has reached beta status, offering a more stable version of its Android L-esque recent apps “card stack” feature.
The stable M9 build for CyanogenMod 11 has gone live, which also brings support for the HTC One (M8) and Sony Xperia Z2, and Z2 tablet.
Verizon updates don’t come as often as we would hope, making today a celebratory day for Samsung Galaxy S5 users. Come and find out what today’s update has in store for you!
For the first time ever, you’ll be able find OnePlus and Oppo devices outside of the legacy channel, using the same main channel as PA uses for Nexus devices. This means quicker and more stable ROMs going forward!
Coding continues on the new Paranoid Android 4.5 Alpha 2 build, and the ROM’s stable release has also been updated to version 4.44.
The team behind the popular custom ROM Paranoid Android revealed the first build that incorporates a recent apps interface similar to Android L.
X-Reality tends to be exclusive to Sony’s high-end line of smartphones, but our beloved developers have brought the feature to other Sony smartphones.
The LG G Watch is still very new, but that’s not stopping developer jakeday from creating the first Android Wear ROM for the device.
Curious about Rovo89’s plans for Xposed when it comes to ART and Android L? The developer has now spoken up to shed at least a tiny bit more light on the situation.
CyanogenMod Nightlies now include left and right text cursor navigation keys that live in your bottom system navigation bar. Keep your stock Google Keyboard and have your arrow keys too.