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The future of Android Revolution HD

Posted: 25 Oct 2015 05:47 AM PDT


It's been quite a long time since I updated some of custom ROMs for HTC One series devices. This weekend I was able to release 2 major update for the HTC One M8 and HTC One M9.

Re-build from the beginning using latest 2.10.401.1 base
De-odexed using latest tools with better arm64 support
SuperSU updated to latest 2.52
Updated Google apps
Updated custom apps
Updated HTC apps
Sense Toolbox updated to latest 2.2.1
Total ROM size reduced by almost 200MB
Other minor changes and fixes
Based on the latest 4.16.401.13 update
SuperSU updated to latest 2.52
Updated Google apps
Updated custom appsUpdated HTC apps
Sense Toolbox updated to latest 2.2.1
Total ROM size reduced by almost 200MB
Other minor changes and fixes
Now, the short story. If you're wondering what's the reason behind my little activity on the custom ROMs development field, it's because last 4 months brought a lot of changes in my life. In June 2015 I became a proud father of the most beautiful girl in the world. As you can imagine, priorities changed :)


Also, I got married with my fiancée few weeks ago. We planned this marriage since 2013, but as always, last few weeks of preparations were extremely busy. Plus the baby was already here :)

It's worth to mention, that during last few years Android Revolution HD was the most popular custom ROM for high-end HTC devices. With a total number of 6.430.689 downloads (6,5 millions !!!) Android Revolution custom ROMs series became the biggest and most desirable custom ROM for the HTC high-end devices.

Android Revolution HD will still be supported, and all projects will be still continued. I just can't spend as much time on it as I used to spend in the past. Plus the the real life business I own expanded and developed significantly, so I need to focus now on my family and work. Both needs me :)

PS. I'm thinking about getting a Nexus 6P as my next daily device, as soon as it's available in my country. Are you considering Nexus 6P as your next device too? Would you like to run Android Revolution HD on it? Let me know, as I'm trying to find out if it's worth to start N6P custom ROM development.

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World Soccer Challenge – remake of classic 90’s games

Posted: 25 Oct 2015 02:22 AM PDT

World Soccer Challenge - remake of classic 90's games

Inspired by classic footie games of the 90's, like Sensible Soccer, Kick Off and Championship Manager, World Soccer Challenge offers an exciting opportunity to replay and be part of the history of international soccer. Impress the fans and pass, dribble and shoot your way to victory using intuitive swipe-controls. By entering and winning the qualifying rounds,... View Article

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[Bonus Round] Ghosts Of Memories, Viva Sancho Villa, Magic Flute, The Balloons, Herald of Oblivion, And Dariusburst

Posted: 24 Oct 2015 06:22 PM PDT

nexusae0_bonusicon_thumbWelcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a stylish puzzle game, a south-of-the-border runner, an opera-inspired sliding puzzle, a new Noodlecake runner, a Warhammer 40K game-book, and a ported bullet hell shooter.

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[Bonus Round] Ghosts Of Memories, Viva Sancho Villa, Magic Flute, The Balloons, Herald of Oblivion, And Dariusburst was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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