Some of the lead developers and designers behind Paranoid Android will be working for OnePlus to make OxygenOS
With MWC looming, more leaks and rumors about the stars of the show are emerging. This week, we learned more details about the HTC One (M9) and the Galaxy S6/S Edge. Manufacturers and carriers pushed Lollipop updates to several devices, but the most interesting Lollipop news was a total surprise: Android 5.1 was spotted running on Android One devices shipped in Indonesia, and with no official word from Google, speculation is heating up. Finally, the first Lollipop-based Paranoid Android ROM has arrived this week.
The Paranoid Android team just announced the release of the first alpha version of the Lollipop-based Paranoid Android 5.
Android 5.0 Lollipop is coming, if your Android device is not in line for the update, why isn’t it? Should it be? We explore common reasons to end support for a device and offer suggestions if it happens to you.
Fresh off the compiler, Paranoid Android 4.6 Beta 5 Playful Pitaya brings more tweaks to the Dynamic System Bars and other features, as well as a setting for fine tuning the battery consumption levels of DSB.
PA 4.6 Beta 4, the latest Paranoid Android update, has arrived bringing a few changes and overall speed improvements and bug fixes as well.
Solid Strawberry is focused on bringing some more polish to the marquee features of the PA project, including the Recents interface and the dynamic system bars (DSB), as well as bug fixes.
Paranoid Android 4.6 beta 2 has now arrived, and while it doesn’t bring new features, it does improve the new Dynamic System Bars. The update also brings several bug fixes and general improvements.
PA 4.6 beta 1 brings the much anticipated dynamic system bars, a new gesture for the Hover feature, and bug fixes.
The latest version of Paranoid Android has reached beta status, offering a more stable version of its Android L-esque recent apps “card stack” feature.