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CyanogenMod is an alternative firmware that is based on the Android operating system. It is seen as more versatile that the stock firmware which comes in such devices, offering more features and options such as theme support, Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) compatibility, a huge repository of Access Point Name list (APN), an OpenVPN client, a souped up reboot menu, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB tethering support, the ability to overclock your device's CPU and perform enhancements, and soft buttons among others. One good thing about CyanogenMod is the obvious omission of pre-installed spyware or bloatware.

NOOK Color Gets CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies

04/24/2013, When Barnes & Noble first announced the NOOK Color, that was all the way back in October of 2010, which frankly, is a pretty long way back to the past via the time machine – at least in terms of technology, 3 years is a pretty long time ago....

CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies For Xperia Z And ZL

04/16/2013, You can more or less observe that different hardware manufacturers have varying levels of “friendliness” when it comes to implementing third party code, and Sony is one such company who seem to be friendlier than normal, as Sony has also backed AOSP...

CyanogenMod Founder Leaves Samsung, Praises Galaxy S4 On His Way Out

03/25/2013, A couple of years ago, CyanogenMod founder, Steve Kondik, was hired by Samsung to help them with their Android smartphones. However in a recent post on Kondik’s Google+ page, it was revealed that he has left Samsung, and in the process he has decided to...

No CyanogenMod Support For Samsung Galaxy S4

03/19/2013, Google’s Nexus devices are favored by some Android users due to the stock Android experience. However the Nexus 4 when compared to the Samsung Galaxy S4 pales in comparison in terms of specs and features, and we expect that many Android users will flock...

CyanogenMod 10.1 Milestone 1 Arrives On Nexus, Samsung Devices

01/22/2013, Well, here we are with word that the first batch of CyanogenMod 10.1 M Series builds have arrived, where you are now able to download as well as install CM10.1 M1 on the slew of Nexus and Samsung devices, including the much vaunted Samsung Galaxy S3,...

Kindle Fire 2 Now A Full Android Tablet

01/16/2013, When you cast a glance at your $159 Kindle Fire 2, what do you see? Some visionaries out there see unfulfilled potential, at least until today as you can transform your Kindle Fire 2 into a full fledged Android-powered tablet thanks to the wonder that is...

Nook Tablet Gets Unofficial CyanogenMod 10.1 (Android 4.2) Build

12/26/2012, If you happen to own a Nook tablet and love dabbling with custom ROMs, then you might be well pleased to hear that CyanogenMod 10.1 build that is based on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system is now available – unofficially, of course. This...

CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies Are Live

12/17/2012, Hear ye, hear ye, all those of you who have rooted your Android-powered device – a select bunch of such devices will soon be able to enjoy nightly releases of the CyanogenMod 10.1, now how about that? Basically, the CyanogenMod team has been hard at...

HP TouchPad Gets Working Camera In Custom CyanogenMod Releases

12/12/2012, It has been a while (a few months, actually) ever since developer Dorregaray rolled out the first custom builds of Android for the HP TouchPad, offering support for the 9.7” tablet’s front-facing camera. This patch has since been incorporated into a...

CyanogenMod Domain Name Changed After Ransom

11/15/2012, It seemed that the CyanogenMod website has been transferred from a .com to a .org after the domain holder made a demand for money. This particular move comes across after the Android ROM community’s discovered that the domain holder wanted to make a...

Final CyanogenMod 10 builds released

11/13/2012, If you have rooted your Android-powered device, and have experienced the wonders of CyanogenMod ever since, you would surely have known that the earliest CyanogenMod 10 builds appeared on the scene when Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was just introduced back...

CyanogenMod announces 4.1.2 nightlies

10/11/2012, Google was seen releasing a minor update to their Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, calling it Android 4.1.2, where it was made available to the Nexus 7 tablet and the Android Open Source Project mirrors. Having said that, the folks over at...

Team CyanogenMod announces CyanogenMod 10 M-series

09/11/2012, Just like how Android is open source, the ROMs created for Android devices in general are open source too, allowing developers not on the team of that particular ROM to develop and tweak it to their needs. Unfortunately these ROMs might not be the most...