If you find it difficult to keep up with the nightly builds of CyanogenMod 10, you might be happy to hear that the CyanogenMod team has announced new ‘M-Series’ releases for CM10. Essentially these M-Series builds are a step between nightly and beta builds, leaning more towards the nightly side; [...]Read More »
If you have an Android phone, you’ve probably heard of CyanogenMod. It’s the aftermarket firmware for dozens of phones that is constantly being tweaked and improved to run faster, better, and more up to date.
(As a bonus you’ll never get carrier bloat like CarrierIQ.)
However, until Friday, CyanogenMod has [...]Read More »
Originally published Oct. 17, 2011. Updated for CyanogenMod 9.
Is your Android device feeling a bit sluggish? Are you annoyed at your manufacturer for stuffing unwanted apps onto your phone? Do you hate how you never seem to get Android updates? One of the disadvantages of an Android device over [...]Read More »
CyanogenMod is a popular after-market third-party developed custom ROM for Android devices, phones and tablets. The goal of CyanogenMod is to supercharge your Android experience by adding features, functionality, stability, and speed not found in many stock devices. Another goal of CyanogenMod is to keep devices up-to-date with latest Android [...]Read More »
CyanogenMod is a highly popular custom ROM for Android devices. If you are new to CyanogenMod, consider taking some time to read the Wikipedia page of CyanogenMod.
CyanogenMod 7.2, the much awaited custom mobile operating system based on Android 2.3.7 (the latest version of Gingerbread), has now been released into [...]Read More »