CyanogenMod has finally been updated to Android 5.1! The latest versions of the ROM are based on the latest versions of Android, which should make those running CyanogenMod happy. You can update now if your device is supported by CyanogenMod 12.1.
The update also includes the Read More »
SwiftKey has become one of the most popular third-party keyboard replacements over the years, and for anyone that owns a OnePlus One who hasn’t tried it out, you’ll get your chance soon.
In an announcement made by OnePlus today, an upcoming update to CyanogenMod 11S will directly integrate SwiftKey into the software on all OnePlus ... Read More »
When Google calls their shot on taking aim at “the next billion users” with Android One, it stands to reason that everyone is going to want a piece of that billion, and CyanogenMod is no exception.
There has actually been a CyanogenMod build available for Android One for some ... Read More »
CyanogenMod has historically featured some form of theming engine. Before the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich, the theming engine was at its peak. However, it was a very disjointed experience. You could set themes you’ve imported, but not much else. But that’s about to change.
Cyanogen has announced the new Theme Store, a ... Read More »
Those of you who follow and flash CyanogenMod’s stock-ish flavor of Android firmware undoubtedly can’t wait until the company starts releasing builds based on Android 5.0, Lollipop. Today, the CyanogenMod Team released an update that explains when you can expect usable Lollipop-based CyanogenMod builds.
According to a blog post on the official CyanogenMod ... Read More »
The OnePlus One marketing strategy has been sort of a mess. The advertising was strong, building a lot of hype for the device. If it was released into the height of all this hype, I think it would have been very successful. Unfortunately, the device has been delayed again and again, along with employing a ... Read More »
OnePlus is constantly hyping its upcoming phone, the One, with reveals of specs and such. One of the device’s more interesting features is that ir runs CyanogenMod instead of stock Android. We haven’t seen much of what the software looks like, but today the folks over at Engadget have managed to get their hands on ... Read More »
The Android community is absolutely massive. You can select from dozens of ROMs for most devices, each ROM being unique and special in its own way. But the two biggest ROMs in the world are CyanogenMod and AOKP, in that order. Both are open source and thrive off of user submitted code, and both are ... Read More »
This isn’t the first time we’re hearing about the One (not sure how HTC feels about that), but information was pretty sparse in the previous release from OnePlus. This time they took to Facebook to drum up renewed excitement for their fledgling effort.
OnePlus has narrowed the One’s release window from first half ... Read More »
The CyanogenMod Installer was a big step in easing the pain of installing custom software on your device. Each device is different, and each requires its own procedure, making the process difficult and often risky. The CyanogenMod Installer mitigates that by automating the process for many devices, making having the newest version of Android that ... Read More »