Paranoid Android

Paranoid Android Release 2 Brings Support for More Devices, Adds New Features

Paranoid Android Release 2 Brings Support for More Devices, Adds New Features

More than a month after releasing Paranoid Android 7.1.2 based builds, the PA team has released the second update (v7.2.0) of their ROM with new features and support for new devices. The update also squashes many bugs as reported by users over the last month.

Download: Paranoid Android 2017 Wallpapers

Download: Paranoid Android 2017 Wallpapers

Last week, the Paranoid Android team came back from a hiatus to release their first Android 7.1.2 based builds for a handful of devices. The latest release of Paranoid Android comes with a number of new features, but it was the included wallpapers in the ROM that got the attention of many people.

Paranoid Android Returns With Android 7.1.2 Builds for Pixel, Nexus, and OnePlus 3T; Features Pie Controls, Color Engine, and More

Paranoid Android Returns With Android 7.1.2 Builds for Pixel, Nexus, and OnePlus 3T; Features Pie Controls, Color Engine, and More

Paranoid Android, the custom ROM which was once known for bringing innovative new features to the table, is now making a comeback with its Nougat flavor. Unlike before, Paranoid Android’s 2017 release is only available for a handful of devices which includes devices from OnePlus and Google’s Nexus and Pixel smartphones.

How to Install Paranoid Android 6.0 on Your Android Device

How to Install Paranoid Android 6.0 on Your Android Device

A couple of weeks ago, the Paranoid Android team returned from the dead to release their ROM based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow for Nexus and a selected other devices. The release surprised everyone because the Paranoid Android team has been inactive for over a year now, with most of the original team members now working on Oxygen OS for OnePlus.

Paranoid Android 6.0.1 Released with Bug Fixes and Support for More Devices

Paranoid Android 6.0.1 Released with Bug Fixes and Support for More Devices

A couple of weeks back, the Paranoid Android team made a surprise return into the world of custom ROMs after missing from the scene for over a year. Showing how serious they are about their ROM, the new Paranoid Android team has released an updated build of the ROM — Paranoid Android 6.0.1 — with tons of bug fixes.

Paranoid Android Is Back with a Major New Marshmallow-Based Release

Paranoid Android Is Back with a Major New Marshmallow-Based Release

Remember Paranoid Android? The custom ROM that was known for coming up with unique new features like Halo? The team and the ROM largely died after majority of the members behind the ROM were hired by OnePlus to work on their OxygenOS. Well, the ROM is now back with new team members and spanking new build for some of the most popular devices out there.

Paranoid Android member clarifies that the team is not ‘dead’

Paranoid Android member clarifies that the team is not ‘dead’

Shooting down rumors of the team being “dead”, a Paranoid Android member took to Google+ to clarify that while the team is no longer active, it is not dead either.

Paranoid Android builds based on Android 5.1 released for Nexus devices

Paranoid Android builds based on Android 5.1 released for Nexus devices

The Paranoid Android team today released the first Android 5.1 based builds of their ROM for Nexus devices. 

Paranoid Android 5.0 Alpha 2 re-introduces App Ops and Quick Settings customization

Paranoid Android 5.0 Alpha 2 re-introduces App Ops and Quick Settings customization

The Paranoid Android team today released the second alpha build of their ROM based on Lollipop. This build comes more than a month after the team had released their initial Lollipop based build.

First alpha build of Paranoid Android 5.0 based on Lollipop released

First alpha build of Paranoid Android 5.0 based on Lollipop released

The Paranoid Android team today releases the first alpha build of their ROM based on Android 5.0.2. Since this is the first release of the ROM that is based on Android 5.0 Lollipop, it does not come with signature Paranoid Android features, though the team is working on bringing them back.