For the first time ever, you’ll be able find OnePlus and Oppo devices outside of the legacy channel, using the same main channel as PA uses for Nexus devices. This means quicker and more stable ROMs going forward!
Coding continues on the new Paranoid Android 4.5 Alpha 2 build, and the ROM’s stable release has also been updated to version 4.44.
The team behind the popular custom ROM Paranoid Android revealed the first build that incorporates a recent apps interface similar to Android L.
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.
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.
This week in your world of Android: Paranoid Android and CyanogenMod released big updates, a string of Samsung rumors surfaced, the G Watch leaked extensively, the OnePlus One finally shipped (not without controversy), news emerged about Google’s plan to unify design across platforms, and Samsung introduced the AMOLED Galaxy Tab S tablets.
Peek 2.0 is a “huge release,” according to developer Jesús David Gulfo Agudelo, bringing many features that the community has asked for since the launch of the initial version
After a string of seven beta releases, the Paranoid Android team is now pushing out the first Release Candidate version of PA 4.4.
The latest Paranoid Android 4.4 BETA 1 adds in the popular Theme Engine, a stable version of Hover, and a bunch of other fixes.
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, simply lifting your smartphone from the table or taking it out from your pocket wakes up the screen, and shows you actionable notifications right from the lockscreen. In the developer’s own words: The design philosophy behind peek was to deliver a smartwatch convenience. When you receive a…