Android Open Kang Project for Galaxy Nexus: ROM time

Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus was introduced to the world tail end of 2011, and its fair to say has proved one of the most popular of the South Korean’s phone range. Bringing with it an impressive 4.65-inch display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, Android ICS 4.0 OS, 32GB memory, 5MP rear camera and 1.3MP to the front, we can update you today with news of a new ROM that can be used to flash your new Galaxy Nexus.

Courtesy of droid-life.com, the new ROM called the ‘Android Open Kang Project’ (AOKP), is reported to be centered around Android 4.0.3 and comes with features that any user would hope for when flashing a ROM to one’s handset. Examples of features on a user’s wish list include, the ability to switch up the colours on the handset’s navigation bar, system toggles to the notification bar, WiFi tethering and the need for switching up the lock screen to benefit from other unlock/camera options.

Advice is to head on over to RootzWiki for more details, with a step-by-step guide to flashing your new Galaxy Nexus.

Is this something that you yourself will be trying out or steering away from? If you do decide to give it a go, let us know how you get on?

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