CyanogenMod, Paranoid Android, and AOKP, have risen to become the more popular ones. One new contender, OmniROM, is slowly but surely building up its army by adding six more smartphones to its list of supported devices.
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CyanogenMod team, particularly the newly formed Cyanogen Inc., the work has just truly begun. Wrapping up the highlights of the event in its blog, the team revealed the big plans that it has for the overall direction of the most popular Android custom ROM.
Jelly Bean, Galaxy Nexus news, and of course the Galaxy S III. Developers have been hard at work porting Jelly Bean to multiple devices, and we're back for another round-up of all the Android news from this past week. You'll surely want to hit all the links below to ease that news craving.
long-awaited end to Oracle's patent trial, and HTC's EVO 4G LTE has been cleared through customs and away from the litigious hands of Apple's patents. Shipments are arriving to pre-orders now, with a little something extra. That's the best news you'll hear all week.
Device.AC, our database of Android devices. Device.AC has a new look, updated to reflect the changes on the main site a few weeks ago. We've also introduced a few new features, so we figured we'd show them off in the video below.
Galaxy S III announcement to talk about. But we'll definitely be talking about that first. Android Community was present at Samsung's London event to bring you all the juicy details, which you can find in our wrap-up feature. Long story short: the Galaxy S III is big, powerful, crammed with custom software... and a little on the bland side as far as design goes.