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.
Cyanogen is getting closer to a stable release of their CyanogenMod 12 OS, today they added a new boot animation to the CM12 nightlies stream, and it is very bright.
This week was all about rumors, as a steady stream of details about Samsung’s and HTC’s next flagships trickled out. We have a good idea of what to expect from the One M9/Hima, with key details including a 20MP camera, larger battery, and an iterative design. Samsung did a little better at keeping the Galaxy S6 under wraps, but we still got a few juicy tidbits about the phone’s design and specifications. In other news, the Snapdragon 810 was in the spotlight, WhatsApp launched its first desktop client and banned 3rd party clients, Google’s plan to become a carrier leaked, and Cyanogen’s CEO revealed his vision of a Google-free operating system.
Cyanogen CEO Kirt McMaster explains his vision for a Cyanogen that would be free of any Google dependency. The company plans to open its own app store within 18 months.
The Cyanogenmod team has successfully added theme engine support to the newest nightly CM12 builds, meaning builds arriving after today should have it included included.
CyanogenMod support has now rolled out to the Nexus 6, all Android One devices as well as the international LG G3. This is following CyanogenMod’s big announcement yesterday, adding Lollipop nightlies for over 30 different devices.
CyanogenMod has made true on their promise of something big in the new year, CM12 Nightlies will begin rolling out today to select devices. CM12 M is about 85% complete.
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CyanogenMod 12 has merged Superuser control into their Privacy Guard settings, users will soon not need to install apps like SuperSU to take control of their device.