Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 Android 10 available as Pixeldust custom ROM (Download link inside)
Officially, Asus has failed its Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 users, as the Android 10 update has been in beta for months now, and still, there is no signs of when the stable update will be pushed for the device.
As the OEM is not giving proper attention to the ZenFone Max Pro M2, users, instead of being frustrated can make use of Android’s open-source nature and flash an Android 10 based custom ROM on their phones.
Well, at least for now, this is the only way, the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 (X01BD) users can enjoy all the latest Android 10 features on their phones.
Pixeldust ROM is the custom ROM that we are talking about. For naive, the Pixeldust ROM provides the users with close to stock Android experience.
You can customize most of the settings like status bar, hardware keys, quick settings, navigation bar, lock screen, recent, notifications, and even the animations.
There are several custom themes available in the Pixeldust custom ROM which you can access from the settings menu. Other features include AOD, ambient display, enhanced battery saver, customizable navigation gestures, and more.
Here is the changelog of the latest update to the Pixeldust ROM:
• All customizations of PDX-AOSP are now available in PDX-CAF as well. Even caf has more than its aosp version
• Shipped with Etherious-HMP
• 4.4.224 upstreamed kernel
• Charging improved
• Bluetooth Audio fixed
And if this has gotten you intrigued then, you can flash this Android 10-based Pixeldust custom ROM on the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 (X01BD). One thing to note is that you need to unlock the bootloader on your phone before you can start installing this custom ROM.
Once that is out of the way, you can head over to the below section to grab the Pixeldust custom ROM zip file. Note that this version of the Pixeldust ROM includes GApps as well.
Pixeldust ROM is based on Code Aurora Sources, better known as CAF which are generally considered to be more efficient and optimized for Qualcomm’s SOCs than the AOSP ROMs.
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