Sun. Jun 7th, 2020

Paranoid Android releases a stable version system based on Android 10 for some ASUS, OnePlus, and Xiaomi phones

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We reported in early April that LineageOS, developed by former CM team members, released the stable version of LineageOS 17.1 based on Android 10, and recently Paranoid Android also announced the release of a stable version system based on Android 10.

In the era when the third-party ROM flashing machine market was prosperous, various interesting and novel ROM packages emerged. For myself, I have also brushed many different third-party ROM packages, such as MIUI, AICP, Paranoid Android is also a part of the flash market in the past, and also gave many innovative features that other ROMs do not have, such as pie-shaped gesture navigation and other functions.

But with the passage of time, the Paranoid Android team also disbanded, so this system has also been forgotten by most people in their memory, but now Paranoid Android is back and released a stable version system based on Android 10.

This stable version of the Paranoid Android Quartz 1 supports new features such as navigation bar customization and off-screen fingerprint recognition. It also supports the flashing of many models. The following Paranoid Android Quartz 1 supports all mobile phone models:

Paranoid Android will add support for more phones in the future, including OnePlus 7, Redmi K20 / K20 Pro, Pocophone F1, and some Sony Xperia phones. The difference of this system from LineageOS is that it comes with Google Apps software package, which does not need to be flashed separately.

Via: XDA