Rasbeanjelly review: made for the minimalist ROM fan

Modded Android

Modded Android

In what is seemingly becoming a tradition, I’m back with another review of my favourite custom ROM, Rasbeanjelly from Rascarlo. It’s the first custom ROM I flash on any device, not just because the thread is one of my favourites to be a part of, but the sense of community and information sharing on any of the “Trinity family” threads really has enriched my experience of using Android. Self builds from Rascarlo’s source code are very much encouraged, and that’s because of the minimal, bug free, approach of Rasbeanjelly.

So if you are looking for a custom ROM for your Nexus 4, what will you get with Rasbeanjelly? Well, let’s start at the beginning:

Holo gradients are mostly gone, and replaced with solid black backgrounds instead. You’ll notice this in the settings menu, as well as the quick settings panel. And that’s where you’ll notice some changes as well. The quick settings panel adds a few neat functions over stock, for example, bring up your sync settings (and toggle) by simply long pressing your profile image top left.

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