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.
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.
The recently released entry-level Android One smartphones have received their first custom ROM, CyanogenMod 11, courtesy of XDA forum member varun.chitre15.
Speaking at XDA Devcon, Sony’s Alin Jerpelea talks about how he plans to support more AOSP ROMs for Sony smartphones.
After Samsung gave up supporting the international Galaxy S3, the Android development community has stepped up to port Android 4.4.4 to the aging handset.
Paranoid Android 4.6 beta 2 has now arrived, and while it doesn’t bring new features, it does improve the new Dynamic System Bars. The update also brings several bug fixes and general improvements.
The webOS Ports team has released the first version of LuneOS, which will run on devices like the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and HP TouchPad.
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.
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!