Tag: AOSP

Xperia XZs now part of Sony’s Open Device Program, have a go at AOSP

Sony’s Open Device Program was a response for Sony Xperia users who wanted a more “stock” feel for their device’s software. You can’t go...

Android TV Nougat ROM now available for Raspberry Pi 3

The Raspberry Pi 3 is the third generation single-board computer (SBC), popular with modders and DIY tech enthusiasts all around because it is pretty...

Google partners with Sony to bring Hi-Res audio technology to Android O

The Android O Developer Preview has finally rolled out. Google's Android team awaits feedback and suggestions of developers who will take time to try...

Unofficial Nougat AOSP ROM for Sony M4 Aqua now available, still not stable

It is highly unlikely that the Sony M4 Aqua will get an official Android Nougat update from Sony, given the fact that they’ve already...

OmniROM community migrating to Mattermost for better transparency

OmniROM is one of the more popular ROMs in the Android community, and for good reason. The developers of Omni have made it so...

nAOSP ROM 7.0 ready for the old Sony Xperia S, now on Alpha stage

Looks like the HP TouchPad isn't the only old device getting a taste of the chunky Android 7.0 Nougat. Aside from the TouchPad, the...

Unofficial Nougat ROM for the Nexus 5 surfaces

So the Nexus 5 smartphone, almost a 3-year old phone now, was one of the Nexus devices that have been dropped from the list...

Kondik clears the air, Cyanogen Inc. and CyanogenMod aren’t going anywhere

There have been a lot of news going around lately that Cyanogen, Inc. – the company that sprung from what is arguably the most...

CopperheadOS releases Nexus 6P with security features, higher price tag

CopperheadOS, an outfit that makes an aftermarket Android ROM that they claim is more secure than the stock Android, is selling a Nexus 6P...

CyanogenMod 13 booting up on an Exynos-powered Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

Samsung’s current flagships – the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge – are among this year’s top Android devices. The build quality and the hardware...

Tendigi gets Android to run on an iPhone, sort of

It’s not yet the ultimate port or hack you’ve been waiting for – the one where you have a physical iPhone and boot it...

OPPO’s Project Spectrum spreading out to more devices

This seems to be the world’s problem with devices coming from Chinese manufacturers – the hardware seems OK, but the way the software is...