With today’s security craze, phones are our weakest points. Everything that we do on these phones goes through carrier servers, meaning they know everything. Now whether that bothers you or not is a different story, but if it does, CyanogenMod is bringing a more secure texting experience.
Starting tonight, CyanogenMod 10.2 nightlies will contain WhisperPush, ... Read More »
After first introducing the N1 back at the tail end of September, Oppo today revealed when consumers will finally be able to purchase its new flagship smartphone. Oppo says that the N1 will be available in the U.S. and Europe starting Dec. 10, with pricing set at $599 and â‚¬449, respectively.
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Earlier this month, the CyanogenMod team officially unleashed its new “CyanogenMod Installer” app into the Google Play Store to help make it easy for users to get a CyanogenMod up and running on their Android device. It looks like the app’s stay in the Play ... Read More »
Installing custom ROMs has never quite been easy (outside of a Nexus device of course). Most phones require using an exploit to root, and some phones even require unlocking the bootloader. You’re lucky if there is an official method of doing so, but some may not be so lucky. Then you’ll have to install a ... Read More »
After teasing a limited edition version of its flagship N1 with CyanogenMod preinstalled, Oppo today revealed when consumers will be able to start hammering their computer’s F5 key to try and snag one of the unique handsets. The company says that the N1 CyanogenMod Edition will begin shipping in early December for ... Read More »
CyanogenMod has been gaining a lot of notoriety lately due to the recent changes happening around the software team. With CyanogenMod becoming an official company, it announced plans to push out an app that would make installing CyanogenMod easy. Thanks to Geek.com, we now have an idea of how CyanogenMod Installer will work and what ... Read More »
Hot on the heels of Steve Kondik and company announcing their first real hardware partnership with Oppo and the release of the N1, CyanogenMod 10.1.3 stable builds are now available for a handful of devices.
Based on Android 4.2, for those of you not in the know, CyanogenMod is a stock Android based third-party ... Read More »
Oppo, the company behind the Find 5 Android smartphone, has been teasing its new N1 for quite a while. The company released some humorous ads about the rear touch panel a while ago, which not only got me excited for the product, but also made me like Oppo as a company far more. But their ... Read More »
CyanogenMod has been a staple in the development community. It’s a joyous day when CyanogenMod is ported to a new device. And the ROM is a beautiful thing. It’s a pretty basic ROM, but allows you to run the absolute newest version of Android available on your aging devices. It’s also a very stable ROM ... Read More »
Google recently released a device tracker that allows you ring your device, see your device’s location or completely wiped the device, all from a web interface. It is without doubt an awesome feature that will help with the recovery of your ... Read More »