New AOKP builds based on Android 4.2.1 released for Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus

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  • Brad F, Brad F(anboy), jack

    Amazing write-up! Great introduction to the background. Will definitely check it out. Please ignore comments from disappointed canadian.

  • Miguel

    Have been using them since the GNexus days when it was just one guy. They’ve come a long way since. Good on them, one of the best roms out there for the nexus phones, stable, and with great features (text side scrolling with the navbar just blew me away for example).

  • Shaggyskunk

    Android is such an amazing experience! Being able to flash from stock, to CM, to AOKP 😛 With the constant stream of “mods”, you can virtually reinvent your device, almost daily. And, it’s not just for Nexus devices – Samsung just shines with the choices!
    I’d love to see Samsung/Android run ads, showing just how irrelevant iSheep is 😀

    • Nobel

      @Shaggyskunk: Totally agree.

      I am using CM10 now. However, I liked AOKP better as it provides more customization. The only two reasons I switched back to CM10 is 1) The GPS wasn’t working for me on AOKP 2) I like the equalizer feature on CM10 (Can’t remember if AOKP has built in equalizer like CM10).

  • Shaggyskunk

    @nobel-depending on which device & which version of AOKP you were running. There’s also some roms that are a fantastic combination of CM, AOKP & ParanoidAndroid that just blow your mind!
    Further to my previous post – in fairness to iSheep, they can get some pretty nifty screen protectors, probably also available in AOKP pink – lol

  • HeyLo

    About time. I’ve been waiting for a new AOKP since September. But I’m happy a new one is finally here!

  • jameh

    got this running on my galaxy nexus, and it’s super slick. So many customizations you can make – like lock screen pages and launcher circle apps 🙂