Continuing with the trend of weekly updates, the Paranoid Android AOSPA 4.0 beta has received its next big batch of fixes.
Earlier today we reported that AOKP’s Roman Birg was joining Cyanogen Inc, and now it looks like chaOS ROM founder Clark Scheff is also joining the team!
Now that Google certification has come to the CyanogenMod phone, also known as the Oppo N1, we wanted to show you how to get CM installed on your N1.
It looks like change is heading the Android modding community’s way. AOKP’s founder Roman Birg has now officially taken a job at Cyanogen Inc!
OmniROM has stumbled across a solution to the Android multi-window problem from a rather unlikely source, WebOS. Could this be the multitasking feature that we’ve all been waiting for?
A recent commit to the Android Open Source Project master tree has been spotted that could potentially stop many root apps from working. The new change could reportedly arrive in the next version of Android.
The CyanogenMod installer is finally available for the Mac, giving Apple fans an easier way to install at least one custom ROM onto their Android devices. Read on for more!
CyanogenMod 11 (KitKat) nightlies are available for some Galaxy Note 3 version including T-Mobile’s, Sprint’s, Verizon’s, as well as the international LTE version of the handset.
An unofficial Cyanogenmod 11 ROM has now arrived for the Moto G. Even better, the ROM is compatible with the global GSM, U.S. GSM and Verizon versions of the handset.
The CyanogenMod team has released a new beta app, GalleryNext, which is available for download from the Google Play Store. Read on for more details!