RootzWiki developer jakeday is known for being at the cutting edge, often the first developer to release a custom build of the latest OS from Google. His builds are also known for being lightly modified versions of stock Android, with only what is needed to improve performance and provide a few of the niceties only a custom ROM can. Still, with the LG G Watch only barely making its way to consumers' doorsteps following its announcement at last month's Google I/O superconference, it's surprising to already see a custom ROM based on the G Watch's Android Wear OS.

Gohma is the moniker of choice for jakeday's first Android Wear custom ROM. It claims to bring battery life and performance improvements, most notably reducing the amount of lag between screens. Unlike the traditional ROM zip that you flash in recovery, this ROM must be installed by actually opening the zip file on your PC (your watch, of course, needs to be connected to your PC) and following the instructions in the readme.txt file. To save you the trouble of setting word wrap and inserting line breaks, I have quoted the instructions below:

MAKE SURE YOU HAVE AN UNLOCKED BOOTLOADER!!!!

WINDOWS USERS

1. reboot (to make sure no extra apps are running)

2. ensure windows drivers are installed

3. ensure usb debugging is enabled on watch

4. connect phone to computer via usb

5. run windows_installer.bat
LINUX USERS

1. reboot (to make sure no extra apps are running)

2. ensure usb debugging is enabled on watch

3. connect phone to computer via usb

4. run linux_installer.sh
MAC OSX USERS

1. reboot (to make sure no extra apps are running)

2. ensure usb debugging is enabled on watch

3. connect phone to computer via usb

4. run osx_installer.sh
It'll be interesting to see what the development community does with Android Wear going forward, wouldn't you say?