It seems the legendary tinkerer's favourite, the HTC HD2, might finally have a successor in the form of the Samsung Galaxy SIII and the Galaxy Note 2 – 2 ex-flagships that just won't seem to die and don't look like they're going anywhere soon.
A new Xposed Module lets users of Android Oreo devices access Google's interface changes made in Android P. It's not perfect, and it doesn't replicate the under-the-hood changes Google will be making to Android, but its better than nothing.
The Galaxy S9/S9+ has a lot of developmental power behind it, thanks to this there is already an official TWRP build for the devices and the devices compatibility with Project Treble allow it boot AOSP ROMs.
LG released a bootloader unlock for their V30 only 3 weeks after the release date of the phone, but for some reason have yet to release one for the US V30+ which is virtually identical to the already unlocked V30.
Rooted Android Oreo users will be happy to know that GravityBox has been updated to work on Android Oreo. GravityBox has traditionally been popular with rooted users who would like certain custom ROM features but don't want to go through the trouble
Developer francisfranco released a new version of the FrancoKernel for Android 8.0.0 OxygenOS Open Beta 2, and Android 8.1.0 Custom ROMs. This brings support for OnePlus 5T and includes a lot of fixes.