Oppo Project Spectrum based AOSP ROMs for Find 7 and Find 7a now available for download

    Oppo today launched their first custom AOSP ROM for their Find 7 and Find 7a. Furthermore Oppo also announced that their AOSP project will called the Project Spectrum from now on. Earlier this month Oppo had launched the last edition of the Color OS 2.1.5i ROM for these two devices.

    Project Spectrum based AOSP ROMs for Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a launched

    A month back Oppo had officially announced their plan to strip their devices of their existing Color OS ROM in favour of a custom AOSP ROM. The company had also given a time frame for the launch of these stock ROMs with the Find 7 and Find 7a scheduled to receive Android Lollipop 5.1.1 first.

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    The stock AOSP ROM for Oppo Find 7 comes with a near stock Android experience whilst keeping some of the popular features of the ColorOS including the ColorOS camera app, MaxxAudio Enhancements, DiracHD and Screen-off gestures including Double Tap to wake.

    Project Spectrum based AOSP ROMs for Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a launched

    The Project Spectrum V1 Beta is available for download via this link. However if you have bought the Oppo Find 7 or Find 7a from stores in Asia, Africa or Latin America do check with your retail whether the warranty will be affected or not before flashing the ROM. Oppo devices bought via oppostyle.com or Amazon Europe are free to go ahead as Oppo has confirmed that the warranty of the devices won't be affected.

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    Next up in the Oppo R5 and R5s will receive Project Spectrum based ROM while the Marshmallow based ones for the R7 are scheduled for early 2016.

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