Reports are coming in that Cyanogen and OnePlus have resumed the rollout of the Cyanogen 12 OTA (Lollipop) for the OnePlus One.
Android fans, LG seems bent on revealing everything about the G4 ahead of its official announcement on April 28, and while leaks are fun and all, we can’t say we’re mad that we’re getting some actual info straight from the source. This week also brought us some more news suggesting the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be sales hits; Google updated several of its apps and launched a brand new one; Cyanogen made waves with its Microsoft partnership; and Huawei introduced the sleek P8 and its totally excessive variant, the 6.8-inch P8 Max.
Cyanogen and Microsoft just announced that Cyanogen OS devices will come pre-loaded with top Microsoft apps, as part of a “strategic partnership.”
After more than a few delays and a teaser earlier this week, Cyanogen has finally begun pushing out the update to the Lollipop-based Cyanogen 12 OS.
Android fans, this week us brought us the best look yet at the upcoming Xperia Z4; Samsung showed us that its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge can take a beating, and a bending; LG began to unveil to unveil the G4 in slow motion, releasing info on its software and camera; HTC introduced the One M9+ in China, bringing a bigger screen, a different processor, and a fingerprint sensor; Cyanogen revealed the new features coming in CyanogenMod 12; and rumors emerged about Android Wear becoming compatible with iOS.
CyanogenMod is a popular ROM and one of the big reasons if for the themes. In this roundup, we’ll look at the best CyanogenMod themes (by develoeper).
OnePlus needed an extra week to deliver it, but its new Oxygen operating system is now available for download.
Speaking bold words once again, Cyanogen’s Kirt McMaster says they are preparing to put “a bullet through Google’s head”. The first step? Reportedly Cyanogen may be teaming up with Blu to create a phone without Google services.
Cyanogen is scaling up in a big way. The company led by Steve Kondik and Kirt McMaster announced it secured funding totaling $80 million.
With Cyanogen 12 (Lollipop-based) expected by the end of the month, the Cyanogen team announced two new features coming to the OS: individual app theming and paid themes.