My favorite custom ROM for the Nexus 6 has now updated to Android 6.0.1 so definitely check it out!
For details on features, check out this post:
First, the Chroma ROM offers development options and System UI Tuner out of the box, no need to enable them manually. For customization, Chroma offers personalization through its Chroma settings that allow you to tweak your status bar, navigation bar, lock screen, power menu, volume rockers, and add gesture shortcuts (3-finger gesture screenshot). You can also enable multi-window by enabling it in development settings.
If you are looking for solid and stable Android 6.0 Marshmallow ROM with root working out of the box, definitely check out the latest Chroma ROM, which I am using as daily driver on my Google Fi.
Based on latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Chroma ROM brings you the latest Google OS along with performance boost that you will appreciate. In my testing, the Chroma ROM faired much faster than the stock Android 6.0 firmware and this is definitely a beastly custom ROM I recommend you to try.
For those of you getting “something went wrong” error while setting up your Google Project Fi, you may want to know that this is caused by using a custom ROM.
There’s a simple fix around this and that is to use a stock rooted ROM. You can backup your current ROM using TWRP recovery, install this stock rooted ROM, then get your Project Fi activated and setup.
Do you want fast performance and Android 5.1.1 along with CM12.1 features?
Well, if you are looking for a super-stable ROM that’s fast yet stable, you may want to just check out the Euphoria OS ROM.
With no overclocking, the Euphoria OS scores near 53K on Antutu, its benchmarks are off the charts for running on default 2.7Ghz. I found this is a tad faster than stock Android 5.1 which scored around 50-51K on Antutu on my Nexus 6.
Have you already been enjoying Android 5.1 on your Nexus 6? Well, if you have been playing with it for awhile and you are a flashaholic, you are already bored of trying all the new Android 5.1 features and want to get a custom ROM with more features and overclocking. Although we are still in the beginning stages of Android 5.1 ROM development, there’s a ROM and kernel combo I can already recommend over stock firmware.