Sony has tipped their hand, releasing AOSP Android 5.0 Lollipop source code for most of the Xperia line. This may not be the OS you want, but it means ROMS will be here soon.
Although still in alpha form with significant bugs, XDA user arter97 has created a working AOSP build of Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Galaxy S3 GT-I9300.
Earlier today, Sony released a video of the Xperia Z, Z2, and Z3 running AOSP 5.0.
Android 5.0 Lollipop is being uploaded to AOSP as we speak!
Speaking at XDA Devcon, Sony’s Alin Jerpelea talks about how he plans to support more AOSP ROMs for Sony smartphones.
Google has uploaded version 4.4w_r1 of the Android Wear source code to the AOSP repository, but a full release won’t arrive until Android L.
According to two recent merges to the AOSP master branch, 64-bit Android API levels will be renamed to non-numeric characters, starting with Android “L”.
Google has just pushed changes to the master branch of AOSP that remove the aging Dalvik virtual machine and replace it with ART.
Wish you could return to the days of the old AOSP Browser? A new method now makes it possible on KitKat, no root necessary.
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