Speaking at XDA Devcon, Sony’s Alin Jerpelea talks about how he plans to support more AOSP ROMs for Sony smartphones.
If you value stability more than cutting-edge features, the latest release of Android Paranoid is for you. The Final release of Android Paranoid 4.4 brings the “most stable experience since 4+”, according to a post on PA’s Google Plus, though that doesn’t mean that development has stopped on the project.
A new custom ROM dubbed “Optimus G3″ has arrived for the LG G2, bringing the G3’s flat interface, 4K recording and more.
Release Candidate 2 of Paranoid Android (based on Android 4.4.3) is out, bringing fixes to a series of bugs, as well as general improvements and tweaks to the ROM’s star features.
After a string of seven beta releases, the Paranoid Android team is now pushing out the first Release Candidate version of PA 4.4.
Update: Google Play Store link is now back online. The developers have also clarified that the APK downloadable from Github is not from them.
Custom Android ROMs each have their own... highlight characteristics. A prominent feature on Paranoid Android, for example, is Peek, which gives enhanced access to notifications, which are available through motion-detection. For example, sim...
The Paranoid Android ROM keeps surprising us with amazing features, but today’s update is a little different. Click through to see the improvements!
Hot on the heels of the launch of the Hover multitasking feature, the Paranoid Android team is bringing the floating ability to other parts of the operating system.
Now available in Paranoid Android 4.3 beta 1, Hover gives you a way to quickly interact with your notifications without leaving your current app.
The Paranoid Android team just released Beta 3 of the KitKat-based Paranoid Android 4, bringing customizable dual tiles in the quick settings dropdown, “on-the-spot” preferences dialogs, improvements to the immersive mode, and other tweaks and bug fixes.