CyanogenMod has shown off an update for its camera app, which introduces voice activated and time delayed photo capture features. Sadly there’s no ETA on when this will be merged with CM10.1.
CyanogenMod 10.1 M3, the third monthly build of 2013, has been released for a variety of the best known phones and tablets including the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the Amazon Kindle Fire and the HTC One X.
In the latest nightlies, CyanogenMod implements Paranoid Android’s Pie Controls. These controls allow you to swipe up to view your navigation bar.
Steve Kondik, the founder of the alternative Android firmware CyanogenMod, has left his job at Samsung.
The Galaxy S4 may lack CyanogenMod support, at least at the beginning, as various team members have expressed their frustration with developing for Samsung Galaxy devices.
Koushik Dutta’s new superuser access app, ClockworkMod Superuser, has been fully integrated into CyanogenMod. The open source app supports multiple user accounts on Android 4.2 devices, PIN protection and integration into the Android notification system.
Just a little over a month after releasing the first milestone 10.1 builds, CyanogenMod has yesterday made a bunch of new M ports available.
CyanogenMod developers have now added an HDR mode (similar to what is available on the Nexus 4) for the stock CM camera app, for all devices running CM 10.1.
CyanogenMod was hit with a cease and desist letter over their Chronus Clock name. CM took the high road and renamed it.
The guys behind CyanogenMod have been working hard to get CM 10.1 (based on the Android 4.2 branch) on as many devices as possible. Now, the first builds are available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE.