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  • Title: AOSP stable
  • Listed: 05/06/2017 2:13 pm
  • ROM Version: KK 4.4.4 (16/02/24)
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AOSP stable
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What is AOSP ?

AOSP is Android as Google publish without other modifications. More or less AOSP is the Nexus devices stock rom without gapps.
Author note: To get a working system I added some changes from CodeAurora Forum and CyanogenMod. I added also 3 non-AOSP features for a better user experience (Advanced Reboot, "Clear All" button in Recents and an option to delete screenshots from the notification area) and I'm NOT going to add something other.

Open-source community

Android has an active community of developers and enthusiasts who use the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) source code to develop and distribute their own modified versions of the operating system. These community-developed releases often bring new features and updates to devices faster than through the official manufacturer/carrier channels, with a comparable level of quality; provide continued support for older devices that no longer receive official updates; or bring Android to devices that were officially released running other operating systems, such as the HP TouchPad. Community releases often come pre-rooted and contain modifications not provided by the original vendor, such as the ability to overclock or over/undervolt the device's processor. CyanogenMod is the most widely used community firmware, and acts as a foundation for numerous others. There have also been attempts with varying degrees of success to port Android to iPhones, notably the iDroid Project.

Historically, device manufacturers and mobile carriers have typically been unsupportive of third-party firmware development. Manufacturers express concern about improper functioning of devices running unofficial software and the support costs resulting from this. Moreover, modified firmwares such as CyanogenMod sometimes offer features, such as tethering, for which carriers would otherwise charge a premium. As a result, technical obstacles including locked bootloaders and restricted access to root permissions are common in many devices. However, as community-developed software has grown more popular, and following a statement by the Librarian of Congress in the United States that permits the "jailbreaking" of mobile devices, manufacturers and carriers have softened their position regarding third party development, with some, including HTC, Motorola, Samsung and Sony, providing support and encouraging development. As a result of this, over time the need to circumvent hardware restrictions to install unofficial firmware has lessened as an increasing number of devices are shipped with unlocked or unlockable bootloaders, similar to Nexus series of phones, although usually requiring that users waive their devices' warranties to do so. However, despite manufacturer acceptance, some carriers in the US still require that phones are locked down, frustrating developers and customers.



- Android security patch level 1 Feb 2016 http://source.android.…lletin/2016-02-01.html
- Built on latest AOSP source code
- Fix for stage-fright vulnerability (the first ever AOSP rom for p780)
- Fixed the camera and sensors (It was not easy due to 4.4.4)
- Changed to ebony black interface
- Added advanced reboot menu
- Fixed the storage issues
- Fixed Bluetooth, GPS
- Removed inbuilt ROOT and added Superuser
- Updated the time zone file
- Updated the APN list
- Removed unused applications
- Removed the ugly G and 3G indicators
- Removed the AOSP gallery and added modified Lenovo Camera
- Added SD card SWAP (For Lenovo Camera)
- Removed unused applications and resources.
- Optimized and zip aligned
- Fixed some minor bugs
- Additional init.d scripts and build.prop tweaks
- Added engineer mode option in developer settings menu
- Framework improvements, corrected the battery power calculation
- Improved the performance and battery stability
- Magnetic cover unlock
- LED notification for calls and messages
- Option to install app in SD-Card or Phone
- Replaced modem to P780 V24 2015/01/06



This firmware is based on chrmhoffmann's CM11 for Wiko Stairway and it has a similar level of performance.



- Download proper device (CN or ROW) file, upgrade file and Open GApps;

- Enter custom recovery and wipe system/cache/data/etc.;

- Install zips (ROM+upg+Gapps);

- Reboot.



bauuuuu *** P780 porter ***

chrmhoffmann *** Wiko Stairway (MT6589) CM11 builder ***


NOTE: to install this ROM, TWRP (2.8.x or higher) needed.

※Please make a backup of your device before installing or updating ROM

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3 Responses to“AOSP stable”

  1. 02/25/2016


    problem with strengh signal and indicators 3G.

  2. 08/09/2013


    Would it be the end of the world if you upload it on google drive or dropbox instead of using website full of malware and adware? Cant download anything…. Thanks

  3. 04/12/2018


    GPS finds signal slowly, but everything else is perfect. Without Google stuffs it is ~3x faster than Android 4.4.2 with Lenovo and Google apps preinstalled. It runs my favorite Nova launcher by deafult. :) Modem driver works with 3G only, cannot connect with GPRS (2G) to save power, but if you replace it with V16, it's OK. Stable and fast. Many thanks!

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