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.
After a long period of relative silence the AOKP team has released the first 4.3 milestone build of its custom Android ROM for all supported devices. Read on for more!
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss one of the core strengths of Android – the ability to customize the appearance of the operating system in just about any way you like. From widgets and live wallpapers, to icon packs, and custom launchers, it’s easy to give your Android device a full makeover. And even if you prefer the appearance of stock Android or an OEM layout, you can still add a few touches to make it truly your own.
Most of you are probably familiar with the concept of rooting, the process of allowing Android smartphone and tablet owners to attain privileged control over the operating system. If not, you... should definitely check out our beginners guide to rooting for some background information and tips of getting started with rooting. But even if you’re in the knowledge, the reasons to root may seem...
We Android geeks tend to forget than not everyone has the skills, knowhow, time, or interest to root a device, flash the latest nightly, or switch ROMs just for the sake of it. For most people, stock is, gasp, just fine. How about you?
An online video made by YouTube user Ashton Tekno gives us our first look at the Sony Honami, albeit only in software form, with a new ROM for the Xperia Z.
Picking the best custom Android ROM can be a tricky business, so we tear-down two of the most popular Jelly Bean ROMs to try and figure out which is the best.
Some users out there think Android OEMs provide an experience today that doesn’t need custom ROMs. While that may be the case for some people, Android isn’t a one size fits all platform.