Jimmy McGee · Aug 17, 2014 at 06:30 am

Top 3 OnePlus One ROMs – XDA Developer TV

The OnePlus One has generated a lots of buzz on social media before its release. Using knowledge and staff from Oppo, this device has been said to push the envelop as the whole team at OnePlus wants to “Never Settle.”  Here at XDA, we like to “never settle” with a stock device ourselves. While our review of the device shows that it’s pretty good out of the box, there is always more you can do with your OnePlus One

In today’s episode, XDA Developer TV Newcomer Jared shows off the Top 3 OnePlus One ROM. He talks about 3 ROMs, that in no particular order really help expand your OnePlus One’s capabilities. Jared talks about Paranoid Android, MAHDI and CyanHacker. So if you wanted to see what these ROMs offer and get insight into how they run, check out this video!

Links to OnePlus One ROMs on XDA:

Check out Jared’s YouTube Channel.


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