Recently, Google released the official Android 9 Pie AOSP sources and within no time there was a buzz in the development sector. Most Android devices have been downloading and installing Android Pie ROM with Pixel Experience 9.0, Lineage OS 16 and AOSP ROM ports. Most of you must know about the exciting features that custom ROMs bring to your smartphones. Once you have rooted your device and installed a custom ROM you will be opening the doors to an abundance of options to tinker with the settings, play with the menu and icons, get rid of the bloatware, optimize the battery, and more.
We have the Android P GSI based on the latest official PPR1 build. We have prepared this post giving telling you all the different custom ROMs available for Android devices based on Android 9 Pie and how you can download and install them.
Since this is a custom ROM, your device will be needed to be rooted with the latest TWRP Recovery installed. You can check if your device is compatible or not and then download the custom ROM by going to the appropriate link mentioned below.
- Huawei Honor View 10
- Honor View 10
- Huawei P8 Lite 2017
- Huawei 7X
- Huawei Nova 2i
- Huawei Mate 10 Pro
- Huawei P20 Pro
- Honor P8 Pro
- Moto G 2015 – download
- OnePlus 2 – download
- OnePlus 3/3T – download
- OnePlus One – download
- OnePlus X – download
- OnePlus 5 – download
- OnePlus 5T – download
- Xiaomi Mi A1 – download
- Redmi 5 Pro – download
- Redmi Note 4 – download
- Xiaomi Mi 3/Mi 4 – download
- Xiaomi Redmi 4X – download
Also Read– Gapps for Android Pie
How to install a custom ROM in your Android smartphone
- First of all, your device must have the bootloader unlocked and it must also have the latest TWRP Recovery.
- Head over to the download section and download the custom ROM file for your device.
- Transfer the file to your device’s internal storage.
- Reboot your device into Recovery mode by powering off the device completely and then long pressing “Power Up + Volume down” keys for few seconds.
- Before progressing further, make sure that you have taken a full Nandroid backup of your data. For doing so, tap on Backup option and backup all the partitions like data, system, cache, boot, and recovery.
- Now, wipe the current system, data, and cache.
- Now, the time to flash the Universal bootloader and ROM has come. Simply tap on install option and navigate to the Universal Oreo Bootloader and select the file before flashing it.
- Once the flashing is complete, reboot your device.