Former Writer · Apr 19, 2012 at 08:30 am

Choose Your Poison with Kitchen Sink for Atrix 4G

When it comes to Android, options are everything. That’s one of the big pluses to owning an Android phone. You can root it if you want, flash whatever ROM/theme/kernel combination that you please. In some cases you can even take your CDMA device to a different carrier. There is no other mobile platform with that level of sharing and options. And now for the Motorola Atrix 4G, the options just keep coming.

XDA Recognized Developer jokersax11 has created a ROM that gives Atrix owners enough choices to satisfy any flasher—for a while anyway. It’s called Kitchen Sink and it lets users choose from a variety of base ROMs such as CyanogenMod and AOKP. Once users choose their ROM, they can then customize their installation as they see fit.

Kitchen Sink is an alpha release right now, so expect there to be a few bumps and bruises. The number of choices are really quite extensive, and cover several full ROMs with options for each one. A few of the options include:

Full cm9 option
Full miui option
Custom build
Many kernels
Various boot animations
Couple camera apps
Range of fonts
Gapps
Custom regional GPS files
4 launchers
2 2d lib sets
Various build.props/tweaks
5 wallpapers
Ics reloaded
Google maps selectable with street view
File managers
Flash
Genie widget
Google gallery
3 music apps
Voice search
3 keyboard options
2 tts options
Much much more coming.

Still under active development, Kitchen Sink helps usher in a new era of end-user versatility and ROM customization. For more information, download links, a full feature list, and change log, head on over to the original thread.


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