ROM Posts on XDA

How EAS helps make the Google Pixel the fastest Android phone

Far back in the past when Linux was just an idea in the mind of Linus Torvalds, CPUs were single-core entities which required an immense amount of energy for little power. The first ever commercially available processor, the Intel 4004, ran at a clock-rate of 740kHz on a single core. Back then, there was no need...

Unofficial LineageOS 15.1 now available for the Sony Xperia XA2

The Sony Xperia XA2 was unveiled earlier this year alongside two other devices as well. A few days later, it was added to the Sony Open Devices program. This means that not only can developers start making custom ROMs and kernels for the device, but they can build AOSP for it, as provided by Sony themselves....

Unofficial LineageOS 15.1 and Resurrection Remix for the OnePlus 6 are now available

With the OnePlus 6 only recently making its way into the hands of developers, it'll take some time for stable builds of custom AOSP-based ROMs to be made available for the device. Development for the device may even be a bit delayed because of the dual A/B partition scheme for seamless updates. Since the OnePlus...

Hands-on with unofficial LineageOS 15.1 GSI for the OnePlus 6

Before Project Treble, it sometimes took several weeks or months after a new smartphone came out for a stable, functional custom ROM to be developed for that phone. With Project Treble, ideally, it should be possible to flash a generic system image (GSI) to a Treble-enabled device on the day of its launch and have...

GitLab Ultimate and GitLab Gold now free for open source projects and education

Nearly every developer will be familiar with GitHub, but slightly fewer may be familiar with its competitor GitLab. Following the purchase of GitHub by Microsoft for $7.5 billion, many are switching over from GitHub. The platform has seen a surge of activity in the past 24 hours. To gain the trust of more users as...

Pixel Experience brings Google Pixel features to Project Treble supported devices

Project Treble has done a lot of good for Android devices. It has allowed devices to use many different flavors of Android that would otherwise not be available, and often with more functionality than early ROMs can offer. Now, there's another ROM you can install on your Treble-supported device if you wish, and it will bring a...

PACEficator Project Includes Mods and Tweaks for the Amazfit Smartwatch

The Amazfit PACE is one of the more affordable smartwatches on the market with a heart rate sensor and GPS, but those aren't the only impressive things about it. Huami's $160 fitness watch boasts a ceramic scratch- and water-resistant IP67 body, 22mm watchband lugs, an always-on display, 2.4GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, and a battery that...

Paranoid Android 7.2.1 Adds Support for the Nexus 5 and Xperia X/X Compact, Squashes Bugs, Gains New Features

Earlier this month, Paranoid Android 7.2 was released to the world with a host of useful new features, support for more devices, and an overall more stable experience compared to previous builds. Today, the team behind the ROM is releasing Paranoid Android 7.2.1. This is a minor update compared to the jump from 7.1.2 to 7.2.0,...

Paranoid Android 7.2 is Now Available for the Honor 8 Pro

Paranoid Android 7.2.0 was released just about a week ago, and thanks to the hard-working OpenKirin team, the ROM is now available for the Honor 8 Pro. The build of PA 7.2 for the Honor 8 Pro is currently in beta, but even so, you'll have access to PA's stock Android UI, the Substratum Theme Engine, multi-SIM...

LegendROM for OnePlus 5 Hands On

https://youtu.be/ZJN4DUd-tgMLegendROM is one of the first Lineage based ROMs made for the OnePlus 5 so far. It's got some major bugs that need fixing, but overall it's a great choice for those interested in a lot of customizability. Top FeaturesDouble tap to sleep anywhere on lockscreen Longpress power on lockscreen for torch Smart Pulldown Three...

Paranoid Android 7.2.0 Improves Color Engine, Adds Accidental Touch Protection, and Supports Even More Devices

Just a little more than a month ago, Paranoid Android made a grand reentrance to the ROMing world with builds of the ROM built off of 7.1.2 Nougat. Paranoid Android introduced a heap of new features with its last version, and the fine folks over at the PA team are back at it again with...

OpenKirin’s Resurrection Remix Available for the Honor 8 Pro (Beta)

Following off of the success that was the Honor 8, the Honor 8 Pro is looking to establish itself as a worthy successor to last year's tech. The phone arrived just about a month ago, and we already have a port of Resurrection Remix available for the device. Recognized Contributor surdu_petru shared Resurrection Remix for the...