What is a Rom?
A Rom is the place that stores the system files of the machine. Renewing a Rom means changing the operating system files to new files and changing the interface of the rom.
A rom type that changes the original made by playing with the original operating system developed by developers or amateurs. These roms help us improve the performance of our mobile device by deleting some systems apps etc. Even though it’s such an enigma how safe it is, many people still don’t give up on downloading it. Some of the most known roms are explained below:
CyanogenMod is a Custom Rom launched by making some differences on the raw Android interface.
CyanogenMod Roms including no useless apps, help the mobile device to have more free RAM capacity and improves the performance. You can try many of the themes made by developers on its own theme engine too. Also you don’t need to root the CyanogenMod roms. Because within it’s own settings menu inside the developer options it has it’s internal root permissions manager. Even though CyanogenMod is a must-try for android users, it’s been removed from the market. It left it’s place to another rom called LineageOS which is quite similar to it.
Even though MIUI roms are on the market as stock roms of Xiaomi devices, it’s also given as an official custom rom on websites like miui.su , xiaomi.eu , en.miui.com With colorful yet that much simple interface, MIUI roms are open for use of many phones.
Roms made by using the source codes that Google itself released for developers are called AOSP. AOSP roms being the raw version of android, with some differences on the roms custom roms are obtained. (AOSP-Caf, Dirty Unicorn etc.)
Most of the features in these custom roms don’t exist on the AOSP source coded roms given by Google.