Will Verduzco · Dec 3, 2013 at 01:00 pm

Official OmniROM Nightlies for the Oppo N1, HTC One, and Xperia T, Z, and ZL

A little over a week ago, the open source OmniROM project launched its official nightlies. Included in the list of supported devices were the Oppo Find 5, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013), Galaxy Note and certain variants of the Galaxy S II, S III, and Note 2.

Now, the team has announced that several new devices have been added to the list of officially supported devices. These are the Oppo N1, AT&T HTC One, International HTC One, Xperia T, Xperia Z, and Xperia ZL. With these six new supported devices, 21 different devices now have official OmniROM nightly releases.

Those looking to get in on the official OmniROM nightly action should head over to the official OmniROM downloads page.

[Source: OmniROM Blog]

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