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.
Today you can grab the latest M3 build of CyanogenMod 11 for a range of devices, including the HTC One, Galaxy S4, LG G2, and Nexus 7.
A huge number of handsets, old and new, have received nightly versions of CyanogenMod 11 (Android 4.4) this month.
OmniROM is already packed full of unique features, but the dev team seems keen to keep adding more and more. The latest additions to OmniROM include the integration of customizable Sound Themes and a new app management idea called OmniSwitch.
XDA forum member ‘Designgears’ has posted up leaked Android 4.4 KitKat firmware upgrades for the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3. Read on for more details!
Continuing with the trend of weekly updates, the Paranoid Android AOSPA 4.0 beta has received its next big batch of fixes.
Earlier today we reported that AOKP’s Roman Birg was joining Cyanogen Inc, and now it looks like chaOS ROM founder Clark Scheff is also joining the team!