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INTRODUCTION[edit | edit source]

Welcome to Eos 4.0!

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.

LINKS[edit | edit source]


ORIGINAL DEVELOPMENT[edit | edit source]

NX Gesture Navigation Bar

FEATURES[edit | edit source]

Custom Quick Toggles
Custom Navbar
Custom Power Menu
Custom Softkeys
EOS Statusbar Toggles
Battery Icon Styles
Clock Icon Styles
Auto Navbar Transparency
Navbar Height
T9 Dialer
Soft Key Positioning
T-Mobile Theme Engine
Expanded Desktop
Switch Volume Keys on Rotation
Eos Control Center
Performance Settings

TEAM ROSTER[edit | edit source]

Solarnz - Project founder and backend systems admin
Bigrushdog - Project lead, Chief Developer
Kevdliu - Feature Engineer, Toro maintainer
Timduru - Frameworks Developer, TF101 maintainer
Roach - Frameworks Developer - N4 maintainer
RaymanFX - Remote branch and Experia maintainer
Runandhide05 - Xoom maintainer
UBER - Chief Graphics Designer
Sykomaniac - Maguro maintainer

THANKS[edit | edit source]

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.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.