AOKP was born shortly after the release of the Google Nexus back in 2011, and quickly rose to become one of the most popular custom ROM in the Android community and second only to of course, CyanogenMod. Both the Cyanogen Inc. and Roman Birg confirmed this news and Birg seems to have already moved for the new job on a photo he posted on his Twitter account.
But don’t fret AOKP fans (including me) as Birg has promised that AOKP will live on and in good hands, and that he will still continue contributing to one of the most modified CM-based custom ROMs out there, the Android Open Kang Project. What do you think Birg joining Cyanogen Inc? Do you prefer him working at Cyanogen Inc. or stay with AOKP? Let us know in the comments below.
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