by Andrew Grush on December 26, 2013 1:42 pm Earlier today we reported on Paranoid Androids first release of its AOSPA4+ ROM, but thats not the only custom ROM bringing out some Android KitKat goodness over the holiday week. On Christmas day AOKP released its first nightly builds of Android 4.4.2 for all newer Nexus devices, the Galaxy Nexus and quite a few popular handsets including the Galaxy S4, GS3, HTC One and Xperia T and V. Not all of the officially supported AOKP devices have seen the release of nightlies yet, but at least the biggest hitters are covered and we imagine more devices will be added in the weeks to come. Keep in mind that nightly builds arent for everyone. If you are looking for a completely stable Android experience with no need for additional troubleshooting, you probably should wait for a more stable release. Its also important to note that installing the AOKP nightly ROM will require a full data wipe. To download the ROM for yourself or for installation instructions, be sure to head on over the AOKP blog. Anyone try the latest AOKP build yet? If so, how has your experience been so far?