If you want to go back to stock firmware on your rooted Verizon LG V20, you can easily do it if you have backed up your stock firmware. But what you do if you...
For those of you who strive for a custom ROM that is pure as stock but would like to get some extra customization, you may want to consider the latest Pure Nexus ROM, available for both Pixel and Pixel XL. Based on latest Android 7.1.1, the Pure Nexus ROM brings you exactly what its name implies, “pure” Google Android experience. Even without its numerous tweaking options, the Pure Nexus ROM runs faster and longer than stock firmware and highly recommended for those of you still on stock. Running stock firmware on Pixel or Pixel XL means you are pretty much missing out on the real Pixel experience.
If you have a Pixel XL smartphone and want to have more customization/features on your phone, you will definitely want to give the latest Resurrection Remix ROM a try. Based on latest Android 7.1.1, Resurrection Remix brings you the best of stock features, customization, performance, and excellent battery life.
While many newer Android devices takes months for an AOSP/CM ROM to appear, I have been awfully lucky of being able to run Resurrection Remix ROM w/ Android 7.1.1 on my LG V20. Based on latest Android 7.1.1 sources, the latest Resurrection Remix ROM for LG V20 will convert your LG V20 into a full-fledged Pixel/Nexus device. Now, this is available for the Verizon VS995, Sprint LS997, and H918 models only.
If you are looking for the best Android 7.1 Nougat custom ROM for your OnePlus One, you may want to check out the latest Resurrection Remix ROM.
Based on latest Android 7.1 Nougat, Resurrection Remix brings you the best of latest Android OS along with slew of customization you are used to. For customization, you will find clock, battery, system icon, notification panel, recents, quick settings, lockscreen, custom gestures, buttons, and a ton more. Performance is also excellent (as I scored 63,000 on Antutu) with benchmarks and real life usage.
Looking for Android 7.0 Nougat custom ROM for your OnePlus One?
Well, you are in luck as OnePlus One is one of the first Android smartphones to support Android 7.0 using CM14 ROM. While many other smartphones do have Android 7.0 ROMs, they are buggy and camera may not work properly. But if you have OnePlus One, you can grab CM14, which runs nearly flawless, everything working out of the box except hardware disk encryption (which most of you probably don’t use anyways).
Yes, it’s finally HERE! If you have been waiting for the latest Android 7.0 Nougat on your Samsung Galaxy S4, you can grab the JDCTeam’s Android 7.0 Nougat custom ROM, which has most of it working good enough for daily driving.
You will be able to experience Google’s latest OS on your Galaxy S4 even though Samsung has stopped updating it.
For those of you who want to convert your Galaxy Note 3 into a Note 7, you can do it easily using the DarkLord ROM, which gives you all new software features from the new Note 7.
Included are all Note 7 S-Pen features, Note 7 launcher, and even working Note 7 camera with Pro mode. This is the first for a ported ROM, the DarkLord ROM allows you to use Pro “manual” mode with your Note 3.
If you are looking for the best S7 Edge Port ROM with Note 7 UX for the Galaxy Note 4, you may want to try the Noble ROM.
Based on latest Android 6.0.1 S7 Edge SM-G935F firmware, Noble ROM brings you a fully “ported” ROM with full S7 Edge features.
Not only that, you will be able to enjoy the latest Note 7 UX UI along with a working Always On Screen.
If you are looking for Note 7 ported ROM for the Galaxy Note 4 Exynos versions (models SM-N910C or SM-N910H), you are in luck as The HydROM gives you exactly that.
Based on latest Android 6.0.1 SM-N930F Note 7 firmware, The HydROM gives you cool Note 7 features like Note 7 UX UI, Note 7 S-Pen apps including new Note app, Screen Write, Smart Select GIF, Translate, and much more.
For those of you who want to convert you Galaxy S5 into Note 7 (software-wise), you are in luck as there is a Note 7 Ported ROM called “Pure Note 7 ROM” that allows you to do so.
Now this is a 100% ported ROM that has been deodexed (so you can install Xposed) along with a custom kernel and all apps have been converted to 32-bit (since Note 7 uses 64-bit CPU while S5 uses 32-bit CPU) so you can enjoy all apps normally.