Tag: Custom ROM

Bliss OS

Bliss OS Android 10 now available for PCs, other platforms

In April, the Android 9 Pie-based Bliss OS was made ready for x86 PC. Today, the Android 10 version is available. Bliss-OS for PCs...

Android 9 Pie-based Bliss OS ready for x86 PC

Not many people may realize this but the x86 PC has been part of the Android community since 2010. Well, the Android team has...

OpenKirin: Making pure Android available for Huawei phones

As you may well know, Huawei and Honor smartphones and Android devices have always carried their proprietary EMUI Android skin as their exclusive software....

Pixel Experience: See what Treble can do for you

There are two ways to experience pure Android. First, there’s stock Android – or AOSP (Android Open Source Project) – which is basically Android...

Paranoid Android asks for money from potential users, funding is gone

When Paranoid Android – or AOSPA for those who hold the custom ROM project close to their hearts resurfaced in April 2017 after almost...

LineageOS 15.1 now supports Galaxy S9, NVIDIA Shield TV, Xiaomi Mi Note 2

So it’s a bit different these days, not a lot of people are going the custom ROM route because manufacturers have stepped up their...

New LineageOS builds for Pixel C, Nexus 6, Samsung Galaxy A5 and A7, LeEco...

LineageOS is probably the most popular custom ROM out there today, and it has good reason to be that way. LineageOS carries over the...

Jolla outs Sailfish 3, support for Sony Xperia XA2, Gemini PDA

At MWC 2017, Finnish company Jolla was making a lot of noises about seeing their Android alternative OS – that is, Sailfish OS –...

LineageOS 15.1 has just been announced, based on Android 8.1 Oreo

When you thought CyanogenMod was going to die a slow, painful death following its implosion in 2016, LineageOS rises up from the debris of...

Project Treble on the Redmi Note 4 is actually possible

So Project Treble is one of the standout features that Google rolled out with Android Oreo, and developers and manufacturers are queuing over who...

Xperia XA2, Xperia XA2 Ultra now part of Sony Open Devices Program

Sony is a bit different from other smartphone manufacturers when it comes to allowing their users to use software based on AOSP (Android Open...

Pixel 2’s exclusive Now Playing feature ported to AOSP ROM

In terms of groundbreaking flagship features, the Google Pixel 2 may not be able to stand up to the Samsung Galaxy S8, Note 8,...

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 765 details you need to know

The mobile landscape has drastically changed compared to the time it started. First focused on CPU power, the market eventually became obsessed with screens....

LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen review: a few steps shy of...

Foldables are the new obsession in the mobile tech industry but we're still very far from the ideal, especially when it comes to durability...