Former Writer · Oct 31, 2012 at 08:00 am

Xperia Arc and Arc S Get CAMP, CM/AOKP/MIUI/ParanoidAndroid Kang

Over the last month or so, developers have been coming out with various ROM mash-up kangs. So far, we’ve brought you news on the Xperia Pro Pacman ROM and the Galaxy Ace mash up ROM. This time, it’s for the Sony Xperia Arc and Arc S.

As expected, this ROM selects some of the best features from CyanogenMod, AOKP, and ParanoidAndroid. However, XDA Recognized Developer Zackconsole has added a fourth element to this mash up—the inclusion of MIUI. So along with the goodies from the other three AOSP giants, users will have some MIUI goodies as well. The full, and gigantic, feature list includes:

Boot
Touchscreen
PanaroidAndroid Features
MIUI Goodies
AOKP Featues
Multi-switchable view either vanilla/miui/anything
Wifi
SMS & MMS
Calling 2G&3G
Bluetooth
Accelerometer
Camera Recording 720p
Camera
Audio
Video
headphone
Superuser
Installing Apps
GPS
Virtual Keys
Led
Brightness
Sensors
Root
USB OTG
Charger
UMS USB Connection
Browser
Other’s
MIUI Music/Explorer/LBE Guard(Security)/MiuiVideo
Miui Launcher(FreeLauncher Supported)

This is definitely an interesting option for those who are tired of the usual ROMs, and want to try something new. There are a few bugs associated with the ROM. However, it’s usually something fixable and nothing overly serious. This is more than ready to be a daily driver.

To learn more, go to the original thread.


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