The custom ROM OmniROM was officially presented last October at bbq13 and since then there has been no more than advances in terms of compatibility with new devices.
The rate of growth of OmniROM It is very remarkable and is postulated as one of the major alternatives to Cyanogen by characteristics, and if everything continues, for compatibility remain compatible with 15 devices based on Kitkat 4.4 nightlies.
Let’s see a list of phones and tablets compatible although according to OmniROM are currently working on more devices from HTC and Sony:
- Galaxy S II (i9100G)
- Galaxy S II AT & T (SGH-i777)
- Galaxy S III (i9300)
- Galaxy S III LTE (i9305)
- Galaxy Note (N7000)
- Galaxy Note II (N7100)
- Galaxy Note II LTE (t0lte)
- Galaxy Note II LTE AT & T (t0lteatt)
- Galaxy Note II LTE T-Mobile (t0ltetmo)
- Nexus 4
- Nexus 5
- 7 2012 3G nexus
- Nexus 7 2012 WiFi
- Nexus 7 2013 WiFi
- Oppo Find 5
This custom ROM It is created by the Android scene heavyweights as for example ChainFire, Dees_Troy or Xplodwild who are giving the possibility of testing Android 4.4 and extra features to a critical mass of users.
Among the noteworthy features include quick access to settings, multi-view and multi-space, Visual tweaks, notification of call without fullscreen, DSP Manager or control the permissions of applications. But not only that, there is more, much more.