Welcome to Eos! The Eos project originated with the AOSP release of ICS, and was originally founded by Solarnz and co founded by Bigrushdog. Since then, Eos has evolved into a multinational collaborative effort backed by top Android developers. Our objective is to provide a world class AOSP build with unique features and enhancements. Eos is an ongoing development project in which builds are released on a regular basis. Every release should be considered stable and highly functional.
Bigrushdog - Project lead, Chief Developer [Xoom || Galaxy Nexus || HTC One (M7)] || Nexus 7
RaymanFX - Co-leader, AOSP code maintainer [Xperia S || Nexus 7 (2013) || OPPO N1 || OPPO Find7a]
jrior001 - Jenkins/Gerrit Admin, CAF code maintainer [HTC One X]
anders3408 - Frameworks Developer [OPPO Find5 || OPPO N1]
Roach - Frameworks Developer [Nexus 4 || Nexus 7 (2013) || HTC One (M8)]
Connor Baker [Nexus 4 || HP Touchpad]
NX 2.0 Gesture Navigation Interface EOS Weather Engine Custom Quick Toggles Tiles with Brightness & Volume Seekbars Softkeys Long-Press Actions Network Indicator Battery Indicator Mods Clock Mods T-Mobile Theme Engine Force Navigation Bar on any device Volume keys switch depending on rotation. So the volume up key is always either on the top or to the right of volume down. (Toggle-able) Default Volume Control Stream (Ring or Media) Advanced power menu with reboot options. MORE...
We give love and much respect to Cyanogenmod. The AOSP scene would not exist as it does today without them. We implement some of their branches to support legacy devices and features that users have demanded.
Team EOS Nightly builds
Wingray, Stingray, and Everest Downloads
These builds are designed to be installed from your favorite recovery. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE LATEST 4.4.x COMPATIBLE RECOVERY.
Going to EOS4.4.x from a rom < 4.4.x:
- Backup everything !
- Go to recovery
- Make a full wipe / factory reset
- format /system
- Flash the rom
- Flash optional kernel
- Flash gapps
You can usually skip the full wipe step.
If ever you encounter an issue make sure you make a full wipe first before reporting though.
These are only for Bigpart enabled devices. IF YOU DON'T HAVE BIGPART SUPPORT DO NOT FLASH!
I personally want to give a HUGE THANKS to @Schischu for carrying on the Xoom battle! I'm really glad Xoom users have been able to enjoy strong, stable 4.4 builds. Also, I want to give another HUGE THANKS to @Schischu for thinking up the Bigpart kernel patch. That is not my work and I just wanna make sure that's clear.
I am using @Schischu 's device trees and @flar2 's kernel for now. Once we can get reasonable stable, I'll bring in Backtrack support and all that fun stuff. Once again, I give huge props and respect to @Schischu for the amazing work he has done.
Also, I give a huge thanks to @shpitz for giving me what has turned out to be a VERY LONG TERM LOAN on his Stringray! If someone want's to take lead on maintaining and developing Xoom for me, please speak up! @shpitz i'm sure wants his Stingray back sooner rather than later.
Jenkins Build System