The CyanogenMod team has announced official support for eight new Android devices, six of which are Motorola handsets and two from Sammy. Read on to learn more!
Google has been improving the Android experience for years. Recently a discussion took place that suggested that rooting Android may come to an end.
The CyanogenMod team is developing a completely new camera application called Focal, that will replace the stock camera in upcoming releases of the popular custom ROM.
Work on CyanogenMod 10.2 (Android 4.3) has apparently started, but the CyanogenMod team doesn’t have delivery dates for the custom ROM just yet.
The CyanogenMod team has, with the help of prolific Android developer Koushick Dutta (Koush), merged a workaround that allows any application to send SMS messages through the Google Voice app.
The CyanogenMod team has posted a “Nemesis” teaser, hinting that something new is coming, but without revealing what it is. Read on for more details!
Ricardo Cerqueira has teased a new CyanogenMod build integrated with the SELinux kernel modification, for improved security.
The popular CyanogenMod ROM was updated to version 10.1.1 yesterday. But rather than adding new features, this latest update addresses several major Android security exploits.
CyanogenMod’s ROM download portal is getting a makeover. The new design (still in beta) is fresh, clean and easier to navigate. Check it out to see more.
Koushik Dutta has started to integrate a secure messaging service that transparently encrypts all instant messages between devices running CyanogenMod. The question is, shouldn’t Google be doing the same for stock Android?