For months, like every year, the Mountain View company has been releasing beta versions ofAndroid 10 until arriving, just a few hours ago, to the final version. That final version has arrived and, with it and the corresponding update for the Pixels, also the AOSP version, the SDK and the OEM version. That is to say, that the process of 'adaptation' starts for the manufacturers, but also for the‘Cooks’ ofcustom ROMs
From the moment the stable version of the operating system is launched, in this case Android 10, the‘Cooks’ You can start work now. And this time, they have actually done it, but much faster than with previous releases. So much so that thefirst custom ROM is now available, for now for the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 and its users, who are the first lucky ones. It is a mid-range model with Android (almost) Stock, and this first custom ROMis stable.
The first custom ROM with Android 10 arrives, for the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1
They have neededonly two days so that this first one has been prepared and launchedcustom ROM with Android 10 and, as we commented, it is not a‘Nightly’ or anything like that but astable version That has no serious mistakes. All this, obviously, shows us an interesting future for the development of custom ROMs on Android 10 for other smart phone models. It seems that‘Cooks’ they are more active than ever, and in a matter of days we should seeAndroid 10 unofficially for other models.
To start usingAndroid 10 on the Asuz ZenFone Max Pro M1 You have to download the custom ROM from this website, keep in mind that it is little more than an AOSP and that a special TWRP compilation is needed. They are also necessaryGAPPS specific, but all this is available and correctly explained in the XDA Developers thread referred to above, for users of this smart phone model.
The custom ROM that more devices should carryAndroid 10, as always, isLineageOS. But as we know, there are chefs who are dedicated specifically to some models and make their launches faster. So, from now on, we will have to be attentive to the new releases that allow us, without official update from the manufacturer, to enjoy Android 10 on models that may not even be officially updated.