Bliss & Astian working together through Android-Generic Project

Bliss Family of ROMs has teamed up with https://astian.org and together we are planning big changes for Android Generic Project, giving the community access to a full suite of FOSS tools, android apps and services, all without compromising user data.We welcome Astian to our family in this endeavor and look forward to working together in […]

BlissRoms/Bliss OS 14 now available

Hello everyone! Our latest BlissRoms/Bliss OS release based on Android 11, BlissRoms/Bliss OS 14, is now available to the general public. Here is the list of currently supported devices for BlissRoms: Samsung Galaxy S9 (starlte) Samsung Galaxy S9+ (star2lte) Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (crownlte) Redmi Note 7 Pro (violet) Realme XT (RMX1921) OnePlus 3/3T (oneplus3) […]

Maintainer applications now open!

Note: this post is for developers and maintainers looking to join Team Bliss. Users can disregard this post. We’re looking for potential maintainers for our next version of BlissRoms, BlissRoms 14! For this year, we are tightening up our maintainer application process and imposing certain requirements for new maintainers. All new maintainers must meet the […]

Android-Generic Project Blog – 09.05.20

For the longest time, the Android-x86 world has been plagued with not having a proper recovery toolset packaged with the OS. There have been a few attempts at such a solution in the past, but nothing that was able to coincide with the main Android system and work together. Until Gearlock came into play. It […]

A notice on bug reporting

Hello everyone! This is a quick notice on what’s going on behind the scenes, regarding bug reporting for our ROMs and firmware. Right now we have a repository set up on GitHub for bug reporting. However after using it for a couple of months we realized a couple of things: People really, really want unified […]