ChameleonOS open source Android ROM

Posted on Tuesday, April 9th, 2013 in Android, code, open source by the machinegeek

The ChameleonOS dev group has posted the latest version of their open source ROMS for Android devices. They describe:

Chameleon OS (or ChaOS for short) is a custom Android ROM that gives the user more control than they can experience on any other Android ROM. Starting with a CyanogenMOD base, we customize each piece to give ultimate control while maintaining the simplicity we all love about Android.

Even with all of the features we’ve currently implemented, ChaOS will continue to mature with even more refined settings and features. We will be completely open source and will welcome developers to join us, whether it be by maintaining a device or utilizing our gerrit review. Even if you’re not a developer, your voice will not go unheard. We will continually poll our users for the most wanted features and do our best to implement them.

Visit the Chameleon website for more information or to find the ROM download for your device.

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One Response to “ChameleonOS open source Android ROM”

  1. Kevin says:

    Ah. No supporty HTC One X :/
    Currently I’m using Clockwork mod and Android Revolution HD.
    My biggest gripe with ROMs these days is bloody MTP!!!
    If only I could find a nice ROM for the HTC One X that supports OTG and UMS.

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