OnePlus and Cyanogen have apparently revealed that their first phone will run a special CyanogenMod operating system version and pack iPhone-grade design when it launches in the second quarter of the year.
OnePlus, the startup founded by ex-Oppo executives, announced it’s the official partner of the CyanogenMod team and that the first fruit of the collaboration will be available in the first half of the year.
The CyanogenMod team has introduced a new feature to its CM nightlies: the ability to double-tap your status bar in order to put your handset to sleep. Keep reading for more details!
This week in your world of Android: Nokia administered HTC another patent blow, we’ve heard more Galaxy S5 rumors, the CES announcements began to roll in, Google and Audi were rumored to put Android in the car, the Moto X received a permanent price cut, the makers of the highly praised Timely app joined Google, and the CyanogenMod 11 M2 release went out to over 65 devices.
Monthly snapshot releases of CyanogenMod 11 are now available for many popular devices, after the CM team kicked off the rollout of the monthly snapshot release CM11 M2.
This week in your world of Android: rumors of Samsung’s new Note Pro tablet surfaced, Google fought back against Rockstar, news broke of LG’s upcoming wearable devices, Oppo launched the CyanogenMod-running N1, and two big custom ROMs hit KitKat milestones.
Those who couldn’t wait for the special CyanogenMod version of the Oppo N1 can now download and easily install the ROM on their standard Oppo N1 handset. Read on for more!
This week in your world of Android: news of Quad HD phones emerged, the Pebble grabbed the spotlight, the first wood Moto X finally launched, Android 4.3 updates hit a bunch of devices, LG announced the first Chrome OS all-in-one PC, rumors of a Note Pro tablet surfaced, and Cyanogen shared some great news.
The CyanogenMod custom ROM is now used by more 10 million Android device owners, as Cyanogen launches the official CyanogenMod YouTube account.
The Oppo N1 has officially become the first Google-certified CyanogenMod phone. Read on for more details!