Category: Android ROMs

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Note 7 ROM for Galaxy Note 3! [Note 7 Conversion]

If you guys want to get all of the new software features of Galaxy Note 7 on your rooted Note 3, you can easily do it with the latest DarkLord ROM which has nearly all Note 7 features working, this is a full Note 7 ported ROM for the Note 3.  Best of all, DarkLord ROM brings you manual mode on your Note 3 camera.  Yes, a fully-working Note  7 camera on a Galaxy Note 3! (The resolutions are hardware-limited but everything else works!)

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CM12.1 ROM with Android 5.1.1 Review!

CyanogenMod Team has announced official CM12.1 nightlies, which are the latest CM12.1 ROM based on the latest Android 5.1.1 (not Android 5.1) Lollipop.  I’ve flashed these official and unofficial CM12.1 ROMs on many of my Android smartphones and boy, these are definitely the best CyanogenMod ROMs I’ve seen so far.

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CM12S for OnePlus One Review!

CM12S is finally out for the OnePlus One after months of waiting!  This is the official CM12S stock ROM that will allow you to keep all of your original OnePlus One features along with latest Android 5.0.2 Lollipop OS.

First, you will find a slightly upgraded version of the OnePlus One Hexo theme with black background for Settings UI.

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How to Install Custom ROM using TWRP Recovery! [FAILPROOF METHOD]

For those of you who want to install custom ROM using TWRP recovery, here’s a fail-proof method that will make your new custom ROM boot every time (in my experience).

The only difference between the usual method and this one is that we will also be formatting /system partition, which if not formatted sometimes causes bootloops when installing new custom ROM.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop ROM + Root for Nexus 4, 5, 7, and 10!

Android 5.0 Lollipop is finally here!  This is the “official” Lollipop released by Google and it is now available for all Nexus devices as a flashable ROM.

In general, Android 5.0 Lollipop”supercharges” your Nexus device, especially if you have an older Nexus device like the original Nexus 7 tablet or the Nexus 4 smartphone.  Major changes include new Material Design theme for the UI, new Material Design keyboard, super-fast UI, full multi-user support, and much cleaner overall OS.