This is a continuation of my previous ShishirROM series of ROMS that started out on Gingerbread 2.3.4, and have evolved and expanded to today, where the latest version of ShishirROM is based off of XWLPG 4.0.3. Aberration is built completely independent of those and the only resemblance to my old ROMs is the dialer, which was an original creation anyways, but at it's heart, it's the next step. The ROM focuses on speed and smoothness and battery life. It incorporates common-sense fixes and ground-breaking features as well as third-party applications that bring something new to the table every time you use them. The ROM was inspired by the old Samsung gingerbread ROMS -- they were stable, fast, and just worked. This ROM manages to bring the same sort of feel back to the table while maintaining an updated look similar to the Galaxy S3 series of phones, and Android's resident Holo design. The Aberration Settings application is an extension of this ROM that lets you change some deeper settings, such as using Lidroid's beautiful 14 Notification Widget Mod instead of the default themed widgets, as well as provide an easier way for users to update to the latest version of Aberration, no matter which model of the Galaxy S2 they're running. This ROM aims to be the ONE ROM that supports every Galaxy S2 phone, and brings them on par with the super-phones coming out later this year. It's an update away from giving your phone four cores, two gigs of RAM, and a 4.8" SAMOLED HD display.
- ODEXED (for smoothness)
- Based on XWLPM
- Aberration Settings app
- Lidroid 14 Quick Toggles
- AROMA Installer
- Google Now
- Lux Auto-brightness
- Opensource Sensors library (more accurate and faster)
- Holo/Jellybean inspired styling
- Apex/GS3/GS2 Launcher
- GS2/GS3 Music application
- Samsung Dive
- Complete development cycle
- Install i9100 zip in CWM
- Wipe Data
- Configure installation & install ROM
- Set-up ROM, download apps, etc.
- Reboot again to settle everything
Download Link on the Aberration website. Click on the picture above.
FM Radio if you want it: Here