Paranoid Android, one of the more popular custom ROMs available for a wide range of devices, has a new update rolling out. Release 2 brings a significant number of new features and improvements to the build, which is based on Android Nougat 7.2.0. There are several new devices that are now supported with this build. They include the OnePlus One, the OnePlus X and Nextbit Robin (keep in mind that the official ROM for the Robin is built by the Paranoid Android team too). Support for the Xiaomni Mi5, Nexus 6 and LeEco Le Pro 3 is also in Release 2. Support for the Nexus 5 and the OnePlus 2 will be coming shortly, as soon as the team feels they have a viable build.
The release has several new features. Pocket Lock, as the name suggests, locks your device by disabling input sources when your phone is in your pocket. You can release it by long pressing the power button. Accidental Touch is a feature that will prevent inputs from hardware buttons when the touchscreen is in use. This is particularly handy for those who game on their devices.