Samsung’s Google Nexus 10 is a mind-blowing tablet having a Exynos 5250 processor, which features two ARM Cortex A15 cores running at 1.7 GHz and a powerful ARM Mali T604 GPU. The device comes with 2 GB of RAM, and either 16 or 32 GB of internal storage. It is the world’s highest resolution tablet display at 10.055 inches which equals to an amazing 300 ppi.
Nexus 10 users who are Paranoid Android fans have a good news. The Paranoid Android 3 ROM running on Android 4.2.2 (latest version) is now available for the Nexus 10. It is still a work in progress so there might be some small bugs. So the users who want this custom ROM can follow the guide given below.
- Nexus 10 must be rooted
- Bootloader unlocked
- Latest Custom Recovery installed (preferably TWRP)
- Paranoid Android 3 zip file
- Gapps zip file
- Make a Nandroid backup of the device.
- Download the Paranoid Android 3 zip file and Gapps zip file from the above links and place it on the SD card.
- Reboot into the Recovery Mode.
- Perform a full wipe (wipe data/factory reset + wipe cache partition).
- Go to “advanced” and wipe the dalvik cache.
- Go to “Select zip from SD card” and choose the Paranoid Android 3 zip file.
- Now again clear the cache and dalvik cache.
- Go to “Select zip from SD card” and choose the Gapps zip file.
- After the process is complete, reboot the device. First boot can take a little time.
- Enter your Google account info. Press home when you encounter the black screen.
- Do not restore system apps, system data and Google apps. This can cause boot loops and other problems due to mismatches.