The LG Nexus 5 remains one of the most iconic and memorable smartphones from Google and even LG. This was the Nexus that made the Google Nexus line extremely popular and accessible to the general public, a smartphone that has already acquired the title of vintage but … there is good news and this brings Android Oreo!
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Thanks to the XDA developer community and the Unlegacy Android Project, the portability of an Android Oreo-based ROM for this LG Nexus 5 has now been successfully restored. receive new life. Interested? Come on!
Good news for the LG Nexus 5
This ROM is based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) source code that was used to build a functional (custom) ROM for any and all LG Nexus 5 with permissions. root through a TWRP recovery.
The installation process of this ROM is very fast and will not surprise any experienced user who is used to these tasks. At this moment we cannot claim to be a stable ROM, no, there are still some bugs since this is one of the first builds for the smartphone in question.
Android Oreo for LG Nexus 5, a dream come true?
However, the simple fact that you can already enjoy Android Oreo is good news (but still needs more work and development).
This is the fact that there is a considerable community of people and developers working daily to make this Custom ROM more stable and usable in everyday life.
Unfortunately one of bugs What is still affecting this version of Android-based firmware Oreo is the loss of network signal in a seemingly random and spontaneous manner. What's more, the camera flash is not yet working as a flashlight when you activate it in the notifications / shortcuts bar.
If you want you can download this Custom ROM for your LG Nexus 5, ON HERE, from the XDA forum and have fun, although not everything is stable, it will definitely be a pleasant experience.
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And you still use one of these mythical smartphones from LG these days?