Color OS is, well, Color OS. Some people hate it, some people like it. Oppo did a good job in listening to customers with its latest version running on the Oppo R7 Plus, which I’ll admit is my favorite Android skin to date, but it hasn’t done that same great job in bringing legacy flagships up to speed. Chances are that if you’re currently using the Oppo Find 7 or Find 7a, you’re still stuck on a version of Color OS that runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. I know, that’s terrible.

The good thing is that Oppo is clearly paying attention to customer demand. Instead of pushing another Color OS update, the company instead has decided to announce Project Spectrum. The idea here is that Oppo is giving users the option to install a near-stock version of Android, but with the added value that users can add Oppo’s proprietary software features a la cart. Yes, this ROM is in beta, but after a few hours testing it, we truly believe it’s worth giving it a try. For instructions, watch our video, and for the ROM, follow the source link:

Source: Oppo

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