LG G Watch receives its first custom ROM

Android Wear devices are barely shipping for many customers at the moment, and if you thought that the Android hacking community was going to wait to get some work done, think again. The LG G Watch gets its first custom ROM today, and it might be worth considering for some of you.

The custom ROM is being dubbed “Ghoma,” and was created by famous Android hacker Jakeday. At the moment the improvements are minor, with only some battery life improvements, aside from claims that it reduces lag between the cards UI. Still, we have to remember that this is the first custom ROM for a product that’s barely been out for a couple of days, so it’s only a matter of time before we see some more action.

There’s a full procedure on how to get this custom ROM on your LG G Watch in our source link. Just remember that this requires you to tweak some things on your device, and which will most likely void your warranty. If you gave it a try, tell us your experience in the comments.

Source: RootzWiki
Via: Phandroid

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