The first Galaxy Note 3 CyanogenMod 11 (Android 4.4 KitKat) builds have been released, but they aren’t stable, bug-free ROMs.
Unofficial Android 4.4 KitKat updates are available via CyanogenMod 11 for Samsung’s Galaxy Ace, Fit, Mini and Gio, all handsets that were released back in early 2011.
AOKP is currently holding a boot animation contest, which has the Nexus 5 / Nexus 7 and the Chromecast as prizes for the winner and runner up new boot animation. Read on for more details!
In a Google+ post earlier this morning, the CM team announced that they have now published the software source code for quite a few different variants of the Note 3.
Those who couldn’t wait for the special CyanogenMod version of the Oppo N1 can now download and easily install the ROM on their standard Oppo N1 handset. Read on for more!
As of yesterday, AOKP KitKat nightlies are now available for a variety of Android devices including most Nexus devices, the GS3, the GS4, the HTC One and several others.
The first release of KitKat-based Paranoid Android AOSPA4+ ROM is now available. That said, in its current form many of the well-known PA custom features (like HALO and Pie) are missing.
Thanks to a new CM-11 based custom ROM, the few Nexus Q owners out there can now unofficially make the jump to Android 4.4 KitKat. Keep reading for more details!
The CyanogenMod custom ROM is now used by more 10 million Android device owners, as Cyanogen launches the official CyanogenMod YouTube account.
Thanks to the efforts of XDA developer DoomLord, the Z Ultra GPe ROM has now been ported over to the Sony Xperia Z1, transforming the handset into an unofficial Google Play Edition handset. Keep reading for more details!