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The famed AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) has been landed to your T-Mobile HTC One unofficially, thanks to recognized XDA developer Romanbb. AOKP custom ROM is known for customization that enables you to personalize almost everything to bump up your favorite UI on your T-Mobile HTC One, since it’s AOSP-based ROM, it provides a stock Android experience but improve usability of phone.
Whenever an expert thinks about a custom ROM to try on newly purchased Android device, AOKP is the name that must comes to mind because of amazing customization, AOKP (Android Open Source Project) ROM offers really a deeper customization to your Android device. But over past few weeks many AOKP users decide to jump another Android custom ROM because the AOKP delay the Android 4.2-based release but if you own a Nexus 4, we’ve good news, at long last Team Kang has released Android 4.2.1-based AOKP build for Nexus 4 E960.
The Android 4.2 AOKP release improves experience with many handy features like unlimited lock screen widgets of any kind, menu arrow keys while typing, statusbar transparency, safe headset volume warning toggle and more. The latest release has fixed many previous bugs too.
If you love the deep customization on your Android device, the AOKP is one of best custom ROM you’re looking for that can offer what you want, the AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) ROM lets you to explore almost the every aspect of your Android device even with native UI, but some previous months were forcing AOKP users to jump another one due to lack of Android 4.2 support, but finally wait is over and Kang team has released Android 4.2 based AOKP build for the Nexus 10 P8110. The new build brought numerous useful features such as unlimited lock screen widgets of any kind, menu arrow keys while typing, statusbar transparency, safe headset volume warning toggle and many more even this build also fixed bugs.
AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) is one of best custom ROM to generate a deeply customizable interface over your Android device but some people were trying jump on any other platform because the Kang team delayed the Android 4.2 release, but now you don’t need to do so as finally Kang team has released Android 4.2 Jelly Bean based AOKP build for many Android devices and Nexus 7 is one of lucky tablet of them.
Android 4.2 AOKP release brings many new features to make your customization life a bit easy such as unlimited lock screen widgets of any kind, fully customizable NavBar buttons, color & transparency, with widget support, menu arrow keys while typing, status bar transparency, customizable tile-based status bar toggles, safe headset volume warning toggle and more including bug fixes.
Android AOSP (Android Open Source Project) devices users love their ability to change the theme and here’s one of stunning theme for them named Meizu released by a recognized XDA themer named Annex1 as you can see the above image. The Meizu theme for Android gives you a look and feel of MX and MX2 devices.
The AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) is most popular custom ROM due to a lot of customization options that allow you to optimize almost each aspect of your Android device’s interface and it has been arrived for your Google Nexus 10 tablet but unofficially with the efforts of recognized XDA developer member task650.
Google Nexus 4 is really one of best smartphone of the year, might be this is the reason Android development community seems to paying special attention on Nexus 4 like the most popular AOKP custom ROM has been arrived for the phone, thanks to senior XDA developer member jackpham for sharing the unofficial build of AOKP for Nexus 4 that is delivered by AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) team member Xoomdev.
The AOKP is known for its wonderful customizable features that lets you to customize the interface your Nexus 4 and it gives you a great AOSP-stock experience. It also features theme support that already includes many fan-made themes to give a stunning look to your Nexus 4.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has already received the CyanogenMod 10 and MIUI and now another most popular AOSP custom ROM – AOKP has been released for the new Note. Thanks to recognized XDA developer member toxicthunder.
AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) offers wonderful features such as less bloatware and fast performance, AOKP is known for its customizable features that allow you to customize almost every aspect of your Galaxy Note 2, in a nutshell the AOKP ROM gives a you a great experience along with its customizable interface.
It’s important to note that since it’s AOSP-based ROM, it has stock Android interface and Samsung apps will not be available such as S Pen and S Note. The ROM is still being updated, so there may be few bugs like the developer mentioned that it has a few audio bugs, Tethering and NFC issues. But developer might fix them soon in near future.
Android community has provided us a lot of custom ROMs for the Samsung Captivate, here’s one best of them named Salty Bean that based on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean developed by a senior XDA developer member dave71670, he ported this custom from AOKP Jelly Bean that is famous for customization, AOKP lets you customize almost every aspect of your Android device. The Salty Bean ROM brings faster performance to your Captivate with less blotwares. It also gives you a light amoled theme to give a stunning look and feel to your Samsung Captivate.
The Jelly Bean fun for the Xperia T hasn’t stopped yet, after the CyanogenMod 10, now the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean based AOKP has also been arrived for your Xperia T. For unfamiliar, the AOKP is well-known custom ROM for customizable features that allow you to tweak the performance of your Android device, it’s AOSP ROM so it will give your stock Android 4.1 Jelly Bean experience, thanks to recognized XDA developer member championswimmer, it’s similar to CyanogenMod 10 but has some extra features and customization as well as brings Jelly Bean features such as smarter keyboard, improved camera app, advanced notification bar, Google Now search feature, faster browser and more.
Android development community is spreading the Jelly Bean fever everywhere, nowadays almost every Android users trying to taste the Jelly Bean in different ways such as via custom ROMs, here’s a Jelly Bean ROM for the Samsung Infuse 4G named CypherROM.
The CypherROM is based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and ported from the AOKP, the AOKP is well-known custom ROM for customizable features that allow you to tweak the different aspects of your Android device for enhancing its performance. The Jelly Bean also brings a lot of new features and apps such as the advanced notification bar, advanced keyboard app, better browser, new Google Now searching app and much more.
If you take a glimpse at Android’s past, you can find the Android operating system running on lots of other mobile platform devices, due to amazing Android’s feature, number of people love to install it on their devices like the Samsung wave bada-droid series has been brewing in the background for many years. I don’t think that a lot of people are using the Samsung wave device because there’s nothing in bada that can catch your attention, another reason is unavailability on some countries is too, I haven’t bought any Bada-powered device, however my uncle purchased one on which I experienced the bada operating system, being honestly, I enjoyed it little bit. But if you turn your a bada device into an Android device, I’m damn sure that you’ll have better fun to enjoy and will love your phone, from the wave series, Android development has picked up the Samsung Wave S8500 for giving it the Android love and are successful in this effort now.
The Samsung Wave S8500 users can now enjoy the latest version of Android “4.1.1 Jelly Bean” via an unofficial AOKP Jelly Bean ROM build, the AOKP is one of most popular custom ROM for Android devices out there, thanks to senior XDA developer member Tigrouzen. The AOKP custom ROM is famous for a lot of customization features that allow you to tweak the performance of your phone and the Jelly Bean also brings so many useful apps and features.