You may not be spending too much time with your Android device’s lockscreen, but it’s certainly the first thing you see when you bring out your phone from your pocket or purse. Given this, you might want your lockscreen to offer more interactivity than the default shortcuts or unlock method offered by your UI. Depending on manufacturer or ROM, you might have a combination of slider shortcuts, shortcut buttons or lockscreen widgets. And of course, you can interact with notifications on-screen. Those who have played around with custom ROMs might remember the lockscreen gesture features offered by CyanogenMod until version 7. Lockscreen gestures let…
It looks that OnePlus is finally able to give fans what they want. The software issues that reportedly caused the last minute delay are now solved, and devices should begin shipping soon.
Sony Xperia Z2 users have been pulling their hair enough, and today they can rest assured that their smartphone is officially supported by CyanogenMod 11.
A little over a month since the previous milestone release, the CyanogenMod team is now pushing out version M7 of CM11, bringing a host of new features and improvements.
According to Cyanogen Inc’s community manager Brian Resnik, Theme Showcase will hit the Play Store on June 16.
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The CyanogenMod team just announced the release of nightly CM 11 builds for the critically acclaimed HTC One (M8). The device will bear the M8 codename and builds will be available for the GSM, Verizon, and Sprint versions.
On Sunday, the CyanogenMod team began pushing out the M6 release of CyanogenMod 11, based on Android 4.4. Moving forward, the plan is to release milestone versions of CyanogenMod every two weeks, replacing the old Stable/Release Candidate system.
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Amazon is one of those companies that have successfully forked Android into their own ecosystem, particularly with the Kindle Fire line. Intended to be an e-reader and a tablet for consuming digital content, the Kindle Fire ran well with Amazon’s wide offering of e-books, movies and TV shows, as well as apps in the Amazon Appstore. While the Kindle Fire line’s market share is on the decline, Amazon enjoys a healthy revenue stream from the tablet from the sale of digital content. But underneath it all, the tablet is a fairly capable Android device, and many an enthusiast actually bought…