[How To] Install Paranoid Android 4.0 ROM on Nexus 5

The Paranoid Android team have finally released their Android 4.4.2 based custom ROM for the Nexus 5. The new build includes some new features as well as few bug fixes. However, Paranoid Android’s most alluring features, the Halo and Pie, have still not been included, with development on them currently ongoing. The team have also said that future builds will not include tablet mode but only phone and hybrid modes.

The Nexus 5 was launched late last year along with the latest Android OS. The device has a 4.95″ display, 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, Adreno 330 GPU, 2 GB RAM, 16/32 GB internal memory, 8 MP rear camera and 1.3 MP front facing camera. We had previously seen how to install the CM 11 ROM and the AOKP ROM on it. Let us now see how to install the Paranoid Android ROM on it.

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[How To] Install Paranoid Android 3.99 on Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (N7100)

Samsung last month announced it’s new phablet device, the Galaxy Note 3. It’s one of the most awaited devices this year packed with some innovative features. Meanwhile, its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 2, is still one of the most widely used devices in the world. It came with Android 4.1.1 which was upgradeable to Android 4.1.2. Now we will see how to install Android 4.3 on it with the help of the Paranoid Android custom ROM.

The Paranoid Android ROM is known for its efficient multitasking features. The Paranoid Android 3.99 is the latest version of this custom ROM. It contains a whole new Halo button which performs more functions than just display text messages from applications. Users can now view full notifications including accessing music players and power toggle from Halo itself without having to launch the app.

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[How To] Install Paranoid Android 3.99 on HTC One

Paranoid Android ROMs are fast gaining popularity among the Android community. The introduction of Halo 2.0 feature by Paranoid Android makes their ROM a tad unique from others and is one of the main factors in attracting users. This Halo, which is nothing but a floating button, allows efficient use of the ROM’s multitasking feature. The 2.0 version allows users to view full notifications rather than just text from the applications.

The HTC One is the flagship device of the Taiwanese manufacturer. It was launched at the beginning of this year and had Android 4.1.2 in it. Later HTC also launched a Google Play Edition version of the One which also gained popularity among users. We have already seen how to install the Google Play Edition ROM on the One. We will now proceed in installing Paranoid Android 3.99 in it.

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[How to] Install Paranoid Android ROM 3.99 (Android 4.3) on Nexus 4

Paranoid Android (PA) recently updated their Halo feature to the 2.0 version. This feature of the PA ROMs has been lauded for it’s multitasking abilities and uniqueness. The update brings about significant changes that further enhance the multitasking experience for users. The floating button now shows full notifications after tapping it which allows user to use notification bar apps without having to exit the current application.

The Nexus 4 originally came with Android 4.2 but later an Android 4.3 update was made available for it. We will now learn how to install Paranoid Android 3.99 (Android 4.3), that features the Halo 2.0, on the Nexus 4. We have already seen the steps in installing a previous Paranoid Android ROM on the Nexus 4. The procedure in installing the latest PA is almost similar with only a few additional steps involved.

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Flash Paranoid Android Jellybean 4.2 custom ROM on Nexus 7


Nexus 7 is one of the leading devices to ventures into the newly formed segment of 7″ tabs. Being in the likes of iPad mini this tab is up for a contest. It is a powerful device from Asus. Though being a tab this device did not receive a proper tab like interface due to it’s mere 7″ screen. Though Nexus 7 has received a Jellybean 4.2 update, it continues to look like a phone’s interface.

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