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Enjoy the Latest Features of Android 9 Go Edition on Your Device

The unofficial LineageOS 16 ROM builds are now available for various Android phones. We have also listed other Android 9 Pie AOSP ROM ports for various devices. Pixel Experience 9.0 official ROM builds have begun. Being custom ROM, your device needs to be rooted with latest TWRP recovery installed. Some also need special Oreo Bootloaders. See downloads (st the end) and installation procedure below.

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This is possible through custom ROMs. AOSP, Lineage OS, and some other ROM have already got Android Pie update. All thanks to developers who made it possible. If you already know how to install Custom ROMs then you can directly download the Android P ROM and enjoy it. Otherwise just follow the tutorials.

Below are the Android Pie download link for available Android Phones. These Android Pie update links may lead to an OEM released OFFICIAL link or it could be a custom ROM based on Android 9 (Android Pie).

At the time of writing, the first developer preview has been rolled out, and most of the features, in their current state, are aimed at the developers. Still, there are a few UI tweaks that you might come across. One UI 5.0/ One UI 5.1 is also based on the Android 13 OS. It officially brings the latest OS to Galaxy devices, however, Custom ROMs usually offer -the-full-potential-of-your-sm-g550t1-device/ features from stock Android. As your Galaxy phone already lost the eligibility to get Android 13, using custom ROM, you can experience the brand new features. This post will let you download and install the latest stable Android 13 update for Samsung Galaxy S23. Now that Google has released a stable build of its latest Android 13 operating system, many OEMs have quickly jumped on the bandwagon.

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Samsung has released the official Android 9 Pie update for the Galaxy S8. The Galaxy S8 owners can follow the steps in this guide to upgrade their phone. The steps to install Galaxy S8 Android 9 Pie stock firmware are explained in laymen terms. Before you being downloading Galaxy S8 Android 9 Pie firmware, let us see what this new firmware has to offer. Custom ROMs based on Android 9.0 Pie for Xiaomi phones have been listed below. The following lists contain Xiaomi devices that have received Android 9.0 Pie ROMs along with the ROM name, Developer name, download link and also detailed installation guide. Below listed are the Android 9.0 Pie custom ROMs being developed for LeEco devices.

Downloading of the system image and use of the device software is subject to theGoogle Terms of Service. Bycontinuing, you agree to theGoogle Terms of Service andPrivacy Policy. Yourdownloading of the system image and use of the device software may also besubject to certain third-party terms of service, which can be found inSettings > About phone > Legal information, or as otherwise provided.

  • The Android developer community is huge, with their biggest feat being the ability to develop custom ROMs or custom Android builds. A custom ROM is an aftermarket firmware production based on the Android source code provided by Google. So if you are someone who wants to install a custom ROM on your device but are confused about which one to go with, read on as we bring the 15 best custom ROMs for Android in 2023.Best Custom ROMs for Android (Updated March 2023)The main reason why people prefer custom ROMs is that almost every company drops support for their devices after 2-3 years of their launch. A custom ROM, on the other hand, helps keep your device alive and updated with the latest version of Android. Another reason why people seek custom ROMs is because of the extra features they offer. They also reduce bloatware that comes as a part of many manufacturer skins. While there are many custom ROMs out there, not all of them are stable enough to be used as your daily driver.Installing a custom ROM requires you to unlock the bootloader first, and have a custom recovery like TWRP (website) installed. Make sure to always create a backup of your Android device before proceeding. While the download link for officially supported devices is mentioned below, some of these ROMs may have an unofficial port available for other devices as well.Also, on some ROMs, you may have to flash a GApps package such as OpenGapps (website) or NikGApps (website). I have personally tested almost all the ROMs listed below on my Redmi K20 Pro, Poco F1, and Mi A1. Also, if you like the custom ROM, consider donating the developer behind the work.Table of Contents Pixel Experience

  • LineageOS

  • Paranoid Android

  • Evolution X

  • Xtended

  • Project Elixir

  • PixelOS

  • Arrow OS

  • crDroid

  • Havoc-OS

  • Bliss ROM

  • OmniROM


  • Syberia OS

  • Potato Project

1. Pixel ExperiencePixel Experience is the best custom ROM for Android right now and I can draw out three reasons for that. First, it supports a huge number of devices from Xiaomi to Realme to Asus to Samsung. Second, it brings Pixel features for non-pixel devices like the newer Google Assistant, built-in GCam support, Pixel live wallpapers, and more.

Pixel experience. Using it on my redmi 4x and runs lagfree and stable. Make sure to download the latest official build from pixel experience official site & not some unofficial build as those generally have some stability issues along with other things. Battery life has been great and hotspot works fine too.

Hey Team,I am having a Dell Tablet 8 3840 LTE. Since day 1 i am facing issues of slow down and pathetic android OS. Its presently working on 4.4.4..we bought it considering the specs but since day 1 its not performing. Please help me with suggesting the ROM and whether Root can solve the issue for me?

Once you've backed up all of your data, you'll need to download an Android factory image of the version you want to go back to, and it has to be specifically designed for your device. Google provides Pixel and Nexus users with a list of factory images. For other phone manufacturers, you'll have to find an official factory image for your device.

You'll also need to download and install the SDK Platform Tools to use the ADB and fastboot tools. You can check out our guide to ADB and fastboot to familiarize yourself with these. Lastly, you'll need to connect your phone to your PC via USB, so make sure to use the original USB cable. If you don't have the original, use a high-quality cable instead.

On your PC, navigate to the location where the SDK Platform Tools folder is saved and put the Android factory image you downloaded there. Factory images usually come in ZIP files that contain IMG files; unzip the factory image right there in the Platform Tools folder.

Some manufacturers will include a "flash-all" script as part of the downloaded factory image that will automatically flash everything for you. If this is the case, the script should be in the SDK Platform Tools folder along with the IMG files you extracted.

There are plenty of custom recovery tools to choose from, but the two most popular ones are TWRP and ClockworkMod (CWM). We recommend using one of the two as most devices are compatible with them. Visit the respective website and download the version that is compatible with your device.

If you've run into this situation, getting the Play Store up and running is trickier than just downloading and installing an APK file. Combined with the variables that can challenge you every step of the way, getting Google apps onto an Android device that doesn't include them can seem difficult.

Still, this is an easy way around the frustration that trying to get Google Play Services up and running can bring. If you'd rather avoid those headaches and can live with the shortcomings Amazon's platform brings, download the Appstore.

One more alternative app store is F-Droid. It's composed of open source games and applications, so its selection is relatively minimal. Unlike the Amazon Appstore, you won't find social apps like Twitter or Instagram. Still, it might have something specific you're looking for, like a FOSS fork of Telegram. You can browse F-Droid's library and download the app store from its official website.

If you only need a handful of apps, and automatic updates aren't super important, it might be possible to download the applications you need via APK Mirror. It's a repository of Android applications mirrored from the Google Play Store created by Android Police founder Artem Russakovskii. Keep in mind that most Google apps require Google Play Services and other framework APKs to function without an issue.

We also don't recommend installing paid apps using pirated or cracked APK downloads. You won't find these on APK Mirror, but these links are common across the rest of the web. In most cases, you're bound to set yourself up for trouble with malware or other dangerous files. Even if you aren't, we recommend supporting developers, especially because small, independent teams usually create a large portion of paid apps.

The first step in this process is enabling apps to be installed from unknown sources if the option exists on your device. This allows you to open and install applications from downloaded APK files, which is how you'll get the Google Play Store running. Check out the following steps to get started:

An app called Device Info HW does the job. It's available via the Google Play Store, but since you don't have that, you'll grab it from APKMirror. Go to the app's APKMirror page on your device, select the latest available version, and press the Download APK button. Once it's done downloading, open it to install the APK file.

The next step involves downloading the proper APK files for the Play Store. If you've ever installed Google software on an Amazon Fire Tablet, these steps should feel familiar. You'll install four applications: Google Account Manager, Google Services Framework, Google Play Services, and the Google Play Store. The first three apps handle essential account services and APIs, while the last app is the store.


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