Well, well, what do we have here? CyanogenMod 11 M10 is said to roll out to the masses later today, where it will introduce a slew of new minor features, although it will “squash” a whole lot of bugs at the same time – which is good news, don’t you think so? One of the major additions to this particular build would be the CM Bug Tracker tool.
Just what is this CM Bug Tracker tool capable of? For starters, it will enable CyanogenMod (CM for short) users to be able to send crash or bug reports to the development team, and this in turn would make it a whole lot easier (not to mention faster) to identify problems.
This particular tool will function in a similar manner as that of other third party apps’ bug reporters, where in the event of a particular crash, the user will be asked to send a crash report – although it does not necessarily have to be that way. The other method would be to make a manual report of that crash, and this can be achieved through the Developer Settings menu, where one will have to select the new “Take Bug Report” button, before hitting the “Send” button. [Press Release]
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