A Next Generation Blog

Paranoid Android returns with a big bang

Paranoid Android, one of the most popular Custom ROM projects that had created much hullabaloo among the users in the previous few years, is now back with a big bang. Yes, those who have little awareness about this Custom ROM project must have known that the Paranoid Android lost its entity in February 2015 as many of its core developers moved to OnePlus. OnePlus recruited them all to develop its in-house Oxygen OS, post breakup with Cyanogen. Project Lead Matt Flaming had confessed in October last year that the most of the Paranoid Android lovers were under this impression that the project has been kept under hold and to its outcome the last major release of the Custom ROM based on Android 5.1 is coming this July.

Paranoid Android

However, the good news is that the Paranoid Android project is back with a group of new developers and the new feature-centered release that took almost nine months to the developers to come into the limelight. So undoubtedly, you would like to take a look on the different new features that the new Paranoid Android release is bringing for you. Yes, the features include some familiar and some new ones including the enhanced floating window mode, immersive mode, quick control of the notification dropdown, a superior quick settings custom menu, new battery style, support for Paranoid OTA updates, an advanced power dialog, a theme engine, and support for layers. And special features like advanced gesture control, enhanced kernel, support for the alert slider and fingerprints scanner are available for certain Smartphones including OnePlus and Oppo.

Interesting: Extremety attained by sons to save the life of their Father; Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

Focus of the Developing team was concentrated on making the Custom ROM build stable moving far ahead of the traditional Alpha builds. So special attention was given on the UI design of the Custom ROM build with special features such as system icons, interaction models, illustrations and wallpapers specially developed by the big names from the Industry. Officially Paranoid Android will support a number of devices that include Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 2013, Nexus 9, OnePlus One, OnePlus 2, OnePlus X and Some Sony devices.

Users are recommended to wipe their systems fully before installing this new Custom ROM on their devices. Some other devices might be stand eligible for this update under the legacy program, the which details we shall bring you within a couple of days. In the interim, forget not to share your thoughts about this sudden way back of Paranoid Android to the Custom ROM world.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.