Updated on August 9, 2017
AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) is one of the fastest ROMs available for Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos I9082 smartphone. The main feature of AOKP Rom is that it is based on Android 4.2.2 and consumes very less RAM.
Features of AOKP Rom for Galaxy Grand Duos I9082
AOKP is based on the latest version of Android 4.2.2 which makes your phone much faster and smoother than the Samsung Stock Rom.
Ribbon allows you to quick access your favorite applications on the phone by swiping from the corner of the screen. It also allows to directly access the installed applications on the phone without opening the Launcher.
180 Degree rotation
Samsung Stock ROM only supports 90 decree of screen rotation whereas AOKP rom supports 180 degree of screen rotation.
AOKP Rom allows you to make custom vibration patterns of your choice, making it easier to know who is calling when your phone is in silent or general mode.
By default Samsung Stock ROM displays toggles in the notification menu, but it does not allows you to change the toggles with your own custom toggles. Whereas AOKP Rom comes with the feature to customize the Notifications Toggles buttons.
Download AOKP Rom for Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos I9082
In case you like the above features of AOKP Rom and want to give it a try on your Galaxy Grand Duos then use the below link to download this ROM:
Keep in Mind:
[*] Working Features: Outgoing and Incoming calls, Outgoing and Incoming Messages, WI-FI, Bluetooth.
[*] Not Working: Low Call volume, Network Settings, Sound and Video recording, USB tethering.
[*] If you want to Root your Galaxy Grand then read Root Galaxy Grand Duos I9082.
[*] Samsung Stock Firmware: If you are looking for the original firmware for your device then head over to Download Samsung Stock Firmware for all devices page.
[*] Samsung USB Driver: If you are looking for the original USB Driver for your device then head over to Download Samsung USB Driver for all devices page.
[*] Credits: AOKP Rom for Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos is developed by K2wl (xda developer). So full credits for Rom goes to him.