Paranoid Android 2017 Update to v 7.2.1 With Nexus 5 Support, New Boot Animation & Many Fixes

The PA team has updated Paranoid Android 2017 to version 7.2.1 with a bunch of fixes, improvements, new features and support for Nexus 5 and Sony Xperia X. Paranoid Android 2017 v 7.2.1 bring a fresh new boot animation, fixes tethering issues and sensor related issues, improvements for WFC and VoLTE, includes updated PA browser, as well as many stability fixes and minor improvements.

Android 7.1.2 Nougat based Paranoid Android 2017 is a best custom ROM and it always comes with some unique features. The 2017 edition of Paranoid Android brings amazing features like Color engine (allows you to change the colors of your device), Pocket Lock (prevent any accidental input when the phone is in your pocket), Accidental Touch (prevents any sort of accidental touch on hardware buttons while playing games), etc.

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Changelog of Paranoid Android 2017 v 7.2.1:

Bug Fixes

Fixed pocket lock media control interaction issues
Tethering fixes
Launcher layout fixes
Fixed sensor related issues
Fixed PIE sensitivity
Other minor bug fixes

Improvements

Added Three fingers swipe down for screenshot (Under Gestures)
Various performance enhancements
Various changes to telephony handling, including improvements for wfc and volte
Updated PA browser
Improved handling of carrier provisioning
Other stability fixes and minor improvements

New features:

Boot animation – Made by Espen Flagtvedt Olsen, the boot animation has a small surprise to it.

New devices:

Nexus 5 – hammerhead
Xperia X – suzu
Xperia X Compact – kugo

Paranoid Android 2017 stable version 7.2.1 (Android 7.1.2) is now available for download for a handful of devices, which you can install via TWRP recovery.

Installation Instruction:

– Paranoid fans can download the latest version of AOSPA ROM for their device right now [HERE] and flash it via TWRP custom recovery.

– Follow this guide to know how to install Paranoid Android 2017 on your device

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Kannan is a computer and Android enthusiast, a blogger by passion and a tech freak. His always ready-to-help attitude, knowledge and hard work is what drives him.

2 Comments

  1. maruthy

    Aug 8, 2017 at 9:03 pm

    Is it safe to flash my nexus 5, did any one flashed your nexus 5 and using it with out any issues.

    • Kannan

      Aug 9, 2017 at 7:33 am

      If you are an experienced Android user, you can flash PA 7.2 on your Nexus 5 without much issue

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