messaging related that would be coming to CyanogenMod. This was for those using Google Voice and was originally sporting the codename of Babel (just like Hangouts). Anyway, in a bit of a status update, Koushik Dutta has announced the new name and perhaps more important -- that this project has been merged with the nightlies.
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CyanogenMod have recently dropped a short teaser video. The video is dubbed the "Nemesis Teaser" and measures in at a rather short 30 seconds. And not only is the video short in length, it is also light on the details. Basically, this one truly lives up to the teaser name.
SecureSMS option would be available for CyanogenMod users, however he has recently confirmed that progress is still being made. Coming by way of a recent status update, Dutta has said SecureSMS is "still in active development." There also appears to have been another person brought on to continue development.
CyanogenMod 10.1 there is another update ready and available. This latest, not to be confused with the one that arrived earlier in the week, will bring your handset up to version 10.1.2. That previous update dealt with the Master Key exploit whereas this one is dealing with a different but similar exploit. The short story here, CyanogenMod users will want to grab this update.
CyanogenMod update has come available. This update will bring your handset up to version 10.1.1, but instead of arriving with a changelog full of new features, this one arrived with a few key bug fixes. More specifically, some security related bug fixes -- including a fix for the "Master Key" exploit that has recently been brought to light by Bluebox Security.
came to an end a few days back and while that meant a general release for many users, there were some handsets that were left in a sort of hanging state. The folks at CyanogenMod made the shift from RC to general release with the promise of addressing support for the Tegra 2 and Exynos processors at a later time.
CyanogenMod who recently launched "Privacy Guard" which blocks your info from all apps, and now it appears they'll be putting their efforts into a secure and encrypted messaging service for Android smartphones and tablets.
general release phase yesterday. This initial general release brought support for a wide variety of devices, however there were a few that were intentionally left out. The folks at CyanogenMod moved forward without support for those with a Samsung Exynos or a Tegra 2 powered device. They did however promise a status update.
Cyanogen team has announced the end of the Release Candidate phase which means things will be shifting towards the stable releases. The updated general release CyanogenMod 10.1.0 builds should be arriving very shortly, but that does bring the question as to which devices will be supported.