With crDroid you get lots of customization options not compromising on performance or security
Status Bar & Quick Settings
Customize what icons you see as well as effects and number of QS rows and columns
Your lockscreen is what your friends will see first, so impress them from the beginning
Navigation and buttons
Choose from gesture nav or old school nav buttons as well as customize what your hardware buttons do
Your phone, your style... Set dark mode on or off and choose your colors
Notifications and sounds
Set how notifications behave and how differect parts of the UI react to your sounds
Game mode, smart charging, pocket detection, yes you can customize that also
Being up to date means a lot for us
- Security is always a priority
- At least once a month security updates pushed to source
- We cherish and treasure the privacy of our users
As soon as we build and test every release, we will push updates
crDroid is maintained by a small group of developers.
Those developers donate their free time towards the project. We do our best to bring a quality OS to your device, while working a real job on the side in most cases.
Our project will always be open source so that others can build and contribute also. We do encourage everyone to contribute on our GitHub.
Some crDroid settings screenshots so you know what you can customize on the go
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I become maintainer for crDroid?
So you want to make your build official and become a crDroid maintainer?Go there now!
Just head over to our GitHub in order to get more info.
Note that we only support Android 12 builds for new devices.
Are you going to add more features?
No way... Nah... just kidding... We always try to add more and more features with stability and security first in mind.
What base is crDroid using?
crDroid uses LineageOS as base. We try to keep in sync with LineageOS source while also adding lots of customizations for you to choose from.
Why the "eye" and not something else?
The crDroid logo is being used since the first maintainer "Cristiano Matos" added it at the beginning of the project and represents a drawing his kid did at school one day.