One of the things people disagree with in OPPO phones is admittedly ColorOS, the China-based company’s proprietary skin for Android. The devices themselves are pretty good and the specs are nice, but the market seems to prefer
A lot of manufacturers are finally giving in to the requests of their users to allow for AOSP (Android Open Source Project) ROMs to be officially installed into their devices. AOSP brings stock Android experience, which is
Dmitry Grinberg is up and at it again, this time porting Android 6.0 AOSP to the Nexus 7 2012 edition. It is always a bit sad to know that your device is going to be left behind for updating to the latest Android operating system
If you’ve been following us for a while now – or if you own an unlocked Sony Xperia device – you will know that Sony approaches the issue of AOSP-based (Android Open Source Project) custom ROMs on their devices differently.
While newer and more flashy custom ROMs are coming out and hitting the big time, the big daddy of them all – the CyanogenMod ROM based on AOSP (Android Open Source Project) – is chugging steadily along. The “preferred”
The Paranoid Android team admits that they have been lagging behind to put out builds based on the latest and greatest version of AOSP (Android Open Source Project), which is of course, Android 5.1 Lollipop. But that’s not
Remember that time around four years ago when manufacturers were scrambling to match Apple’s iPad, and HP came out with the TouchPad – which was a resounding loss? Yeah, most of you won’t even remember, but history does.
Here’s another after-market Android OS group that we like talking about – Paranoid Android – a group who makes ROMs and already have a good following in the after-market developers community. They officially support a
According to sources familiar with the matter, Microsoft has invested in Cyanogen, Inc., making a small contribution in the $70 million of the $100 million that the startup claims to have been able to raise. The startup has so
Sony is one of those manufacturers who seem to have found a groove in balancing their support for after-market software for their devices and continuing to encourage those who are part of the community who tweak the AOSP (Android