Evervolv is an AOSP (Android Open Source Project) ROM. We're fully open sourced and encourage it with no restrictions. The work put into this ROM is community driven and and Evervolv Project is made up of numerous members and contributors. Current Version: 3.2.0a1 Android Version: Jellybean (4.2.1) Installation: 1. Format Data/Cache (Important!) 2. Format System 3. Flash ROM 4. Flash Gapps 5. Reboot Download: Release | Nightly (Not Available) | Gapps Known Issues: (Note: All of these can be fixed in time and represent the current state of the nightly builds.) Camera (Buggy) Front-Facing Camera Camcorder Wi-Fi Tethering Wimax Rare SystemUI Crash Links: @preludedrew | IRC Chat GitHub | Gerrit | Kernel Source Credits: The Evervolv team: For creating and maintaining this excellent ROM. Preludedrew: I really couldn't have done it without him. Notice: This ROM was built for the Sprint version of the EVO Design 4G. It will run on other carriers, but you might need to modify the build.prop for certain features. Flashable .zips for Boost Mobile and US Cellular will come soon. The current release is in alpha state, which means almost all of the hardware works, but there are a few noticeable quirks. Flash at your own risk. While it isn't likely, the Evervolv team (including me) is not responsible for damage done to your device while using this software. However, as long as they aren't already listed in this post, we ask that you tell us about any issues you have with the ROM. I will do my best to help potentially fix said issues. When it comes to the nightlies, look for the latest one labeled "Scio" and "kingdom". The nightly 2013.02.06 is identical to the release version 3.2.0a1. They are built every day around 4 AM EST and contain the absolute latest changes from the Evervolv git repos. Like AOSP and CyanogenMod, we have a peer review system called Gerrit that helps ensure that proposed changes get reviewed by other maintainers. This means that our nightly builds are typically very stable, but obviously I can't make any guarantees. I recommend at least trying them out if you want the latest fixes, the worst case scenario being that you have to flash a different version.