Potato Open Sauce Project

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Potato Open Sauce Project
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Lawnchair as the Default Launcher on POSP 3.2.2
DeveloperPotato Project Team
Source modelOpen Source
Latest release3.2.2 +18 'Croquette', based on android 10 / 23 August 2020; 22 months ago (2020-08-23)
Update methodOver-the-air (OTA), ROM flashing
Default user interfaceStock Android
Official websitepotatoproject.co

Potato Open Sauce Project (shortened to POSP) is an Android Custom Firmware developed by the Potato Project Team, aiming at combining newest security patches, original features and wide device support. The team behind the project includes Kshitij Gupta and Nico Franke as the founders with UI/UX designed by Rishi Bafna and Karol Szcześniak.

The project's name is a wordplay on Android Open Source Project. The Custom ROM uses Lawnchair as its default launcher and includes customizations under its 'fries' menu, following the potato inspired theme of the ROM. Other implementations of it's 'Potato' theme can be seen in its naming scheme, with each update being named after a potato based recipe.

Reception[edit]

In March 2019, Aamir Siddiqui of XDA Developers wrote favorably about the expandable volume panel, and the ability to match colors in the Quick Settings panel. He said POSP was available for "a bunch of popular devices" from OnePlus, Xiaomi and Motorola.[1]

In May 2019, Doug Lynch of XDA Developers wrote that POSP was gaining popularity and called the development team "security conscious."[2]

In September 2019, Aamir Siddiqui of XDA Developers wrote about Poco F1 receiving unofficial Android 10 from POSP, calling it not yet stable, with some fingerprint scanner issues, and lacking some features.[3]

In April 2020, Mohammed Huwais reviewed POSP on Xiami Mi A3 based on Android 10, and said the ROM delivers some unique features for "a better Android taste."[4]

In May 2020, PotatoNotes, an app included with POSP was listed as one of the "best free and open-source alternatives to Google Keep on Android," by Corbin Davenport of androidpolice.com.[5]

In June 2020, Skanda Hazarika of XDA Developers wrote "POSP is known for integrating useful features on top of its stock Android base."[6]

In July 2020, digitalspheretech.com called POSP "butter smooth Android aftermarket firmware."[7]

In August 2020, Athul Mithran of Fossbytes listed Potato Open Sauce Project as 11th of 12 best custom ROMs of 2020. He wrote the website was "delicious-looking" and the ROM was "brilliant," with "ample choices for tweaking your device."[8]

Between September 2020 and January 2021, piunikaweb.com reviewed POSP and updates several times.[9][10]

In January 2021, Srivatsan Sridhar, a Mobile Technology Enthusiast, in a review of POSP on POCO F1 for fonearena.com, said POSP "follows a minimal approach and aims at providing a clean Android experience," but users lose IR based face unlock while fingerprint unlock works.[11]

POSP has been listed on The Unlockr several times.[12]

Webtekno.com listed POSP as one of 10 most useful android alternative ROMs, and said it regularly receives security updates and OTA updates, and has a "stylish and colorful design."[13]

See Also[edit]


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References[edit]

  1. "POSP's latest update brings back Android Pie's missing expandable volume panel on the OnePlus 6T, POCO F1, and other devices". xda-developers. 2019-03-12. Retrieved 2021-01-29.
  2. "POSP v2.3 adds an RGB accent picker, Android Oreo's Quick Settings panel, Android Q battery icon, and more". xda-developers. 2019-05-30. Retrieved 2020-09-21.
  3. "Android 10 custom ROMs now available for the POCO F1, Xiaomi Mi 6/8, and Redmi Note 5". xda-developers. 2019-09-09. Retrieved 2020-09-21.
  4. Huwais, Mohammed (2020-04-17). "How to Install POSP ROM on Xiaomi Mi A3 based on Android 10 Q". Get Droid Tips. Retrieved 2021-01-29. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. "The best free and open-source alternatives to Google Keep on Android". Android Police. 2020-05-02. Retrieved 2021-01-29.
  6. "POSP custom ROM adds 4 cool volume panels in its latest build". xda-developers. 2020-06-19. Retrieved 2021-01-29.
  7. "Install POSP V3.2.2+18 ROM in Redmi Note 8 Pro". Digital Sphere. 2020-07-26. Retrieved 2021-01-29.
  8. Mithran, Athul (2020-08-10). "12 Best Android Custom ROMs For 2020 That You Must Try". Fossbytes. Retrieved 2020-09-21.
  9. "Poco F1, Mi A2, OnePlus 6, & more get Android 11 via custom ROMs". PiunikaWeb. 2021-01-25. Retrieved 2021-01-29.
  10. "Pocophone F1 / Poco F1 Android 10 update is here, but not from Xiaomi". PiunikaWeb. 2019-09-09. Retrieved 2021-01-29.
  11. "Android 11 based POSP – Overview and First Impressions on POCO F1". www.fonearena.com. Retrieved 2021-01-29.
  12. "You searched for open sauce". TheUnlockr. Retrieved 2021-01-29.
  13. "En Kullanışlı 10 Android ROM'u". Webtekno. Retrieved 2021-01-29.

External Links[edit]

POSP significantly updated since Sep. 2020[edit]

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