Custom ROM Spotlight: Revolt for the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 and More

 

Today we're taking a look at Revolt in our Custom ROM Spotlight. This one's available for a few different devices and it brings in features from CyanogenMod, AOKP and Paranoid Android all into one ROM. Revolt is completely open sourced, and you can find all the code over on Github for you to tinker with or check out the new commits.

Features

  • Built from ReVolt Sources | Based on Android 4.2.2 JellyBean
  • ROM Control Features (from AOKP)
  • Hybrid Engine | Paranoid Preferences (Thanks to PA Team)
  • Kernel Tweak for Enhanced Display (Moles' Tweak)
  • Per-App-DPI (Xposed Frameworks)
  • Per-App-TabletUI (Xposed Frameworks)
  • Updates Center | GooManager (With Push Notifications)
  • CyanogenMod Profiles
  • Power Widget
  • Navigation Bar Color
  • Status Bar Color
  • Option to select Saving Location in Camera
  • Option to control cursor in text fields using volume keys
  • Multi User Option
  • Advanced Phone Options from CyanogenMod (Vibrate on Answer, Every 45 Sec., On Call waiting and Hangup)
  • Different Pattern Sizes
  • Apex Launcher
  • Nova Launcher
  • Trebuchet Launcher (ReVolt Version)
  • cLock App (Lock Clock) (CyanogenMod)
  • Expanded Desktop (Hide StatusBar & Navigation Bar)
  • Pie UI (Paranoid Android)
  • Font Size Controlling
  • DPI Changer
  • CRT On / Off Effect Controller
  • Lock Screen Targets (CyanogenMod)
  • Lock Screen Shortcuts (Paranoid Android)

How to Install

1. Wipe Data / Factory Reset
2. Flash Rom
3. Flash Google Apps
4. Enjoy

Supports

You can click on the device listed above to checked out the individual XDA threads for each device. There you'll find links to download the ROM and Gapps, which you'll need to flash both of them.

What ROM are you currently running on your device? Let us know in the comments down below.

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