Cyanogen and Qualcomm have jointly announced a partnership to ship Cyanogen created Android OS on some future Qualcomm Snapdragon reference devices.
CyanogenMod 12 nightlies are now available for the Google Nexus 9 tablet. Get your flash on with this custom ROM to see all that the alternative OS has to offer.
The Lollipop-based Cyanogen 12 build for the OnePlus One is in late testing, while the first nightlies for the Yureka will be out in the second half of February.
Hello Android fans, here’s what went down in the world of Android this week: Facebook launched its Lite app for entry-level Android devices, we’ve heard some troubling news about Sony, Qualcomm confirmed its overheating problems, ZTE and Meizu introduced new devices, alleged renders of the Galaxy S6 and One (M9) surfaced, we discussed Cyanogen’s plans to take Android from Google, and Microsoft launched its Outlook and Office apps for Android.
If you were outraged by Cyanogen adding a white background boot animation to their CyanogenMod 12 nighlties custom ROM, relax, a black animation is back in place.
For this week’s Friday Debate we are discussing Cyanogen’s current direction, where it’s heading and whether it can truly separate from Google in the way that it is claiming.
OnePlus needs a new OS for their flagship killing hardware, so they are building their own. Announcing the name OxygenOS, with more details coming February 12th.
According to the WSJ, Microsoft is now a minor investor in Cyanogen. While this doesn’t mean that MS is giving up on its own mobile OS, it does show they are interested in potential back-up plans.
There’s plenty of talk coming out of Cyanogen about taking Android from Google, but what is the company actually proposing? Can it possibly hope to make it without Google?
The team at Cyanogen have released their latest CyanogenMod 12 nightlies for the Sprint and T-Mobile variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, start flashing today.