For this week’s HighOnAndroid ROM of the Week, check out latest LiquidSmooth ROM v3.2.
Category: Android ROMs
For those of you with a Sprint Galaxy phone like the Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, or the Note 3, did you know you can also enjoy more custom ROMs by installing Verizon custom ROMs?
For those of you with a Galaxy Android device like AT&T Galaxy S5 that has a locked bootloader, you are stuck to using Safestrap recovery instead of the normal CWM or TWRP recovery.
For those of you who are installing custom ROMs on your rooted Android smartphones or tablets, there may be a time where you may end up with no OS (Operating System/ROM) booting or a bootloop.
For this week’s High On Android ROM of the Week, check out Gummy ROM! It is available for many Android smartphones like Note 2, Note 3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, HTC One M7/M8, Nexus 4/5/7, LG G2, and some more.
For those of you who are still waiting for your OnePlus One invite, let me tell you that you can actually fully convert your existing Android smartphone into a OnePlus One by installing latest CM11 ROM along with the HighOnAndroid OnePlus One Conversion Kit.
AOKP MR1 Milestone 2 is out and for those of you wondering what has changed from MR1 Milestone 1, here’s a brief overview. (If you do not know what ROM Control is, check out our AOKP ROM Control Settings tutorial FIRST!)
When installing certain custom ROMs on rooted Android smartphones or tablets, you will encounter “Status 7” error issues once in awhile with ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery.
Many of you probably already running a custom ROM on your Android smartphone or tablet, perhaps even overclocked to 1.8Ghz and unleashing the true power of your Android device.
For those of you with a rooted Android smartphone or tablet, you are in luck as AOKP Team has finally released the very first stable Android 4.2.2 version today dubbed “MR1 Milestone 1” for many different Android devices including Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S2, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Droid Razr, and many more.
What does unrooting Android mean?
“Unroot” is term used for removing root on your rooted Android smartphone or tablet device.
For those of you who are running ParanoidAndroid ROM or a ROM that uses ParanoidAndroid Settings (such as JellyBAM or PACMan ROM) on your Android smartphone or tablet, you will want to learn how to use the ParanoidAndroid Settings/Hybrid Properties to get 100% out of your phone.
Whether you are running AOKP ROM, or any other ROM that uses ROM Control Settings such as PACMan, JellyBAM, or other AOSP ROMs, here’s a detailed step-by-step tutorial on how to maximize AOKP ROM Control Settings.
Probably the most common question I get these days is, “what is AOSP?”
Well, AOSP stands for “Android Open Source Project”. Basically, AOSP refers to Google’s Android operating system.