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Here’s how you can download and install Android 8.1 Oreo Pixel Experience ROM on Xiaomi MIDO Redmi Note 4.

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Yes! LineageOS 15.1 download for Nexus 6P, 5X, OnePlus 3, 3T, 5, Xiaomi Mi 5 and other devices has been released.

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It’s official now. Both Cyanogen Inc. and CyanogenMod are dead. The successor to CyanogenMod will be Lineage OS.

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One of major reasons why smartphone enthusiasts opt for Android over other mobile OSes like iOS and Windows Phone 8 is because of Android’s relatively open nature. It allows users to customize every facet of their phone while iOS doesn’t, even with powerful theming systems like DreamBoard and WinterBoard in place. Android enthusiasts are often heard installing “Custom ROMs” on their devices; these modified versions of Android OS are cooked up by passionate and dedicated developers in their free time and we’ve mentioned some of the most popular ones after the break.

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Being able to take a smartphone and then tinker with it to the nth degree is part of the charm of the Android community. Being able to be the best looking, highest spec device on the planet and then put your own, heavily customized or completely stock version of Android onto it is the reason many people swear by Android over its iOS and Windows Phone competition. We’ve flashed more than our fair share of Android ROMs in our time, and we know both how much fun, and how frustrating an enterprise it can be.

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One of the great things about using Google’s Android over one of the rivaling ecosystems is the access to after market firmware releases. If you’re not a fan of the stock offering, you can always download an alternative ROM, but while having so many options out there is in the best interests of consumer choice, it does make things a little bamboozling, particularly for the newbie. Thanks to the work of XDA-Developers member Nimrodity, who has curated a massive database of ROMs and their various features, you can not only find out which ROM is best for you before downloading, but also date of release, build version and other useful information.

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CyanogenMod 10.1.0 RC has finally ceased, and the general final release based on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean has just been given the green light by the CM team. Details, as well as the all-important download info, can be found right after the break!

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If you read our front-page today, you’ll know that Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread ROM was leaked for the Samsung Galaxy S II. Folks who wish to try it out can follow our guide post after the break.

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While we’ve already talked about how you can install CyanogenMod on the latest superphone from Samsung, the Galaxy S II. Well, today we’ll be guiding our dear readers on how they can flash another very popular custom ROM MIUI on the said smartphone.

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One of Android’s greatest features is just how much customizable it is. This feature can be taken both as an advantage or as a disadvantage, but most platform-agnostic folks will agree to the fact that that the joy you get out of testing different ROMs on Android is unmatched by any other mobile OS in the market today.

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It’s taken 4 months but the final release of CyanogenMod 7.0 is ready, and it’s available to download right now. Possibly the Android community’s favorite custom firmware, CyanogenMod’s 7th incarnation comes with support for 30 devices, including some old favorites.

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