It’s been many months since the last Paranoid Android release, and now the Paranoid Android team has announced their first alpha version of the Lollipop-based Paranoid Android 5.
So, what does it include:

  • Update the baseline to AOSP Lollipop 5.0.2
  • Improvements to Heads Up, such as an option to disable heads up interruptions completely
  • Add Quick Unlock
  • Extend the power menu
  • Animate the volume panel in a more material manner
  • Make it possible to skip songs using volume buttons when the device is locked
  • Add CM12 Theme Engine
  • Fix various small annoyances from AOSP

Paranoid Android 5 Alpha 1 can be downloaded from here, for modern Nexus devices, the OnePlus One, the Oppo Find 5, and the Oppo Find 7.