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HydrogenOS ROM on the OnePlus 3

The overall system and UI of this ROM is very different from the default OxygenOS. While everything is very minimalist, it's still very customizable. There is no app drawer in this ROM. Instead you'll have one page with your shortcuts and you can swipe right to access the rest of your apps. One thing that's obviously missing...

OnePlus 3 ROMs with Dash Charging

When picking out a custom ROM for your device, many times you'll notice that some of the best stock features are not compatible anymore. If you're the owner of a OnePlus 3 then you might be concerned about which stock ROMs you'll be able to flash and still use dash charging. Miles has put together...

How To Flash Grace UX (Note 7) ROM

A few days ago, Zach showed us his review for the Grace UX ROM which can be seen here. Today we have another video for you. This time you can learn how to flash this awesome ROM on your own device, using this step by step guide. For this tutorial  you will need a Galaxy...

AndromiumOS Review

Today Miles is going to review the AndromiumOS in a new XDA TV video. Over the years smartphones have become powerful enough that many modders are developing ROMs that can replace your desktop OS. RemixOS is the most popular option which turns your tablet into a desktop-like environment. AndromiumOS is a simple app that can...

XOSP ROM Review for OnePlus 3

  XOSP Settings Let's take a look at some of the personalization options in in the settings menu. You can toggle things like the XOSP logo, SU indicator and Headset icon. You can also change the way the date appears in the status bar. Tweak the font, style and position, until you have it exactly as you...

XOSP ROM Review for OnePlus 3

  XOSP Settings Let's take a look at some of the personalization options in in the settings menu. You can toggle things like the XOSP logo, SU indicator and Headset icon. You can also change the way the date appears in the status bar. Tweak the font, style and position, until you have it exactly as you...

FreedomOS Review on the OnePlus 3

FreedomOS is just a modified version of OxygenOS. Everything from OxygenOS can be found on this ROM, including a bunch of other goodies you'll find bundled in. ViPER4Android FX This app allows you to completely modify your audio experience. You can tweak the overall audio strength coming out of your phones' speaker, bluetooth audio devices and USB...

What’s on Miles’ Nexus 6P?

Miles has been active on the XDA YouTube channel posting lots of really great ROM reviews on his Nexus 6P. His newest video highlights what ROM and apps he uses on a daily basis. Let's take a look at what's on Miles' Nexus 6P. Case and Skin Miles uses a concrete skin and a Rhino Shield bumper...

Taking A Look At Resurrection Remix On The Nexus 6P

So the main attraction of Resurrection Remix in the configuration menu. There are a ton of settings and tweaks to play with in this ROM. If you're looking to tweak the notification drawer, you can customize the notification center headers. There's even an image pack that comes bundled with the ROM with dozens of headers to choose...

How to Automatically Check the MD5 Sum of a Download!

Back in the middle of March, we dedicated an entire week to many awesome Tasker tips and tricks that you've likely never seen elsewhere to best enhance your smartphone's utility. Hopefully, you've learned a bit about how to work with Tasker having played with some real-world examples. Today, I'm bringing you a new idea I've come...

Old But Gold: Sony Ericsson Devices From 2011 Get Marshmallow Support

Before making a whole bunch of "Z" devices, Sony, or rather Sony Ericsson, was focused on bringing up some really good and affordable devices. In 2011, Sony released about a dozen mid-range devices that are still quite popular, and not only on XDA. If you have one of these in your pockets, we have some really...

What The Community Want From A Custom Rom

Earlier this week we asked you what you wanted most from your custom ROMs, your answers flooded in and we quickly saw trends forming. Developers, when creating your next ROM consider taking a few minutes to read through what the community would like from it. "Honestly, what turns me off from most ROMs is the name....