Great Bases

Codename Lungo is based on CyanogenMod or Paranoid an open source aftermarket firmware for smartphones and tablets based on AOSP.

Lightweight & Fast

Codename Lungo has no bloatware and is stripped to the bare bones. For a smoother & faster user experience.

Longer Battery Life

Do you find yourself stopping at coffee shops just to charge your phone? Not with Codename Lungo! Because it's optimized for maximum battery life.

Custom Launcher

Codename Lungo uses Apex Launcher; a Powerful, lightweight, fast and highly customizable home replacement for Androidâ„¢ 4.0+.


Codename Lungo is minimalistic but in the Add-on section you can find all the (stock) apps to extend the ROM according to your needs.

Community Driven

Codename Lungo is a community driven ROM! What this means is we are active on a nomber of social networks

What is Codename Lungo?

Codename Lungo, is a customized, aftermarket firmware distribution for several Android devices. Based on CyanogenMod or Paranoid Android, Codename Lungo is designed to increase battery life and size over Android-based ROMs released by vendors and carriers such as Google, Samsung, HTC, etc. Codename Lungo also offers a variety of features & enhancements that are found in CyanogenMod and/or Paranoid Android.

While this build is heavily optimized, it is also capable of pushing your phone much harder. Codename Lungo holds no responsibility to any damage caused to your phone, loss of earnings as a result of damaging your phone or anything else that is connected to the development of this rom.

For a list of devices officially supported by Codename Lungo , check out the official downloads section. Codename Lungo offers the most barebone Android experience coupled with some tweaks.

Right now, Codename Lungo consists of two parallel and active major versions based on: CyanogenMod 10.2 and CM11 These releases keep coming at an interval of a week or two and if you do end up trying one of these, do not be alarmed if your device goes cuckoo on you. These ROMs are sometimes untested, and ar not meant for use for an average user.

What it looks like?