The Paranoid Android ROM keeps surprising us with amazing features, but today’s update is a little different. Click through to see the improvements!
Thanks to the efforts of several XDA members, it’s now possible to install CyanogenMod 11S onto the Oppo Find 7a, effectively turning the handset into an unofficial OnePlus One handset.
Samsung might be shutting the door on KitKat for the non-LTE models of the Galaxy S3, but thankfully the developer community has stepped up and delivered its own KitKat/Touchwiz ROM.
Cyanogenmod 11 M5 has now arrived, as expected, bringing the latest snapshot for all your favorite devices including the HTC One, several Galaxy devices and more.
Paranoid Android has announced a range of Legacy (non-Nexus) handsets which will now receive regular ROM updates, bringing the PA experience to even more smartphone users.
Xiaomi has released an open beta MIUI ROM of their MIUI Android skin, optimized to run on the WiFi only Nexus 7 (2013.) Built on a new architecture with new screen animations, system menus and Xiaomi native apps.
The latest M4 build of CyanogenMod 11 has been released for over 50 handsets, including the Google Nexus 5, HTC One, LG G2, and the Samsung Galaxy S4.
The team behind Paranoid Android recently announced that it was killing the Halo multitasking system used but he custom ROM, but it turns out the team had larger plans for Paranoid Android that will change just about everything. Read on for more!
Replying to post in an XDA forum thread, Paranoid Android developer PirateGhost has stated that the ROM’s unique Halo multitasking feature is no more.
CyanogenMod 11 nightly builds have been released for the T-Mobile (XT1053) and Verizon (XT1060) developer edition of the Moto X.