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.
We were just talking about what Cyanogenmod will be putting into its 12.1 update – which is, if you didn’t know yet – CM’s take on Android 5.1 Lollipop. Now here come the nightly builds, and they’re rolling it out to a
Everybody who tweaks their Android OS, or ones who use custom ROMs, know the risk, effort and hassle it takes to flash files to make your OS just so. Samsung and Nexus users will be familiar with ODIN, and maybe even Mobile ODIN,
Lest you think CyanogenMod is all about the (commercial) Cyanogen OS lately, this new update from the open source community should reassure you that it is business as usual. In fact, you could probably say business is booming.
It has finally launched – China-based device makers OnePlus has finally released the first build of their in-house version of Android called OxygenOS. You will remember that the manufacturer’s outstanding first flagship
As Cyanogenmod, one of the biggest custom ROM makers in the Android world (bar none), continues to push towards integrating Android 5.1 to its sources, they’re pretty up front with what new features and changes are coming. One
The HTC One M8 continues to receive a lot of support from the custom ROM development community, but we think this newly-released SkyDragon ROM for the HTC One M8 deserves notable mention. The developers claim to be the first ROM
This is a testament to how well Samsung built the Galaxy S3, that it is still alive and kicking – and custom Lollipop ROMs are still being built for it today. We have to remember that the Samsung Galaxy S3 was once king of the
OnePlus says that it is close to fully revealing the stuff that makes up its new OxygenOS. But before that, it is teasing its fans with a few juicy tidbits, like the core people who will be working on its own custom Android ROM.
It’s been a while since we’ve last heard from OmniROM but the rather ambitious project hasn’t exactly gone silently into the night. The open source project is still alive and kicking even if it doesn’t try