If you follow original Android development closely, you’ll be aware of the fact that there hasn’t been much news coming in about AOKP. The team finally broke its silence today and announced that they’ve been doing a lot of “heavy lifting” in the background to create the “smoothest nightly builds you’ll ever flash.” These are based on Android 4.3, the latest update to Google’s mobile platform which was released last month. At this point in time, AOKP Android 4.3 nightly builds are only available for two devices, the Nexus 7 2013 and the Oppo Find 5.
Earlier today a member of the AOKP team announced that AOKP ROMs now have more than 3.5 million users around the world, which is quite a significant achievement. Custom Android ROMs developed by this team are right up there with CyanogenMod ROMs, which are also some of the most popular custom Android ROMs being used by enthusiasts all around the globe. AOKP Android 4.3 nightly builds for other devices will come later. Since there are nightly builds nonetheless, it is likely that there will be a few issues that haven’t been taken care of. If you do install the ROM on any of the two supported devices, expect to encounter a few bugs, which you can report to the AOKP team for squashing.
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