Based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat firmware, the new ParanoidAndroid release brings a new layout and improved features that can’t be found on the default Android KitKat software. Yes, I am talking about flat colors and material design UI, features that are highly appreciated by all the Android users who have recently tested the new Paranoid Android built – thus, you should be more than excited to find that Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 received official touch of PA custom ROM.
Yes, that’s right, the devs just released a dedicated ParanoidAndroid Android 4.4.4 KitKat custom ROM for the Galaxy S2 smartphones. That’s great news, especially since Samsung announced that Galaxy S2 will no longer receive official updates due to hardware limitations. So, if you want to experience new Android platforms along with latest features and apps, you shouldn’t hesitate from installing and testing new custom ROMs, such as ParanoidAndroid firmware.
I know that it is not Android 5.0 Lollipop, but still, with new Paranoid Android OS you can enjoy a stable and smooth KitKat experience that’s installed with various features that can be used for customizing and optimizing the performances of your Samsung Galaxy S2. Anyway, let’s hope to see a dedicated CM12 Lollipop firmware made available for the S2 soon.
But, until then, download ParanoidAndroid with Flat Colors and Material Design UI custom ROM and install the Android 4.4.4 KitKat update on your SGS2 I9100. You can get the update from here; also don’t forget to download Google Apps too, as the same package is not included on the custom ROM file. Do note that you can flash ParanoidAndroid only if you have a rooted Galaxy S2 that’s installed with a custom recovery image – use CWM or TWRP recovery in that matter.
Well, that was all for now. Just test the new software and see how it runs on your smartphone. If you need help on the update process, don’t hesitate and contact us – we will develop a dedicated tutorial for your Galaxy S2 and we will teach you how to safely install latest ParanoidAndroid firmware.