CyanogenMod 10.1 RC1 was released last week. At that time the CyanogenMod folks mentioned that a final release was approaching quickly. There wasn't any timeline given, however it looks like today has brought things one step closer to that final release being available. As of today, CyanogenMod 10.1 RC2 is now available for download.
HTC One will be happy to learn that one of the most popular custom ROMs for Android is now available for your device. Well, all unlocked models of the HTC One at least. The popular developers behind CyanogenMod have finally released a nightly build of CM10.1 for the handset. Say goodbye to Sense, and Blinkfeed.
M3 build landed, the folks at CyanogenMod have announced the immediate availability of the release candidate. Basically, CyanogenMod 10.1.0 has been released as RC1. This release comes with support for 40 devices and with a little bit of teasing in terms of a final build.
running on the T-Mobile version of the GALAXY S 4. As of today however, it looks like we now have word that the nightly builds are available for those who want to begin playing. The details are coming by way of Steve Kondik who recently made mention that the T-Mobile GALAXY S 4 nightlies have arrived and that they will be porting CM10.1 to other variants when they get the devices.
GALAXY S 4. Just days after reports surfaced that AT&T's GALAXY S 4 had a locked bootloader, it has already been cracked. Now this morning it also looks like one of the most popular and exciting custom ROM's in Android, CyanogenMod, should be supporting the device. Check it out below.
CyanogenMod, we have an awesome new feature to share with you all today. We recently learned that voice shutter modes would be arriving in CM10.1 from those awesome developers, and now the latest nightly builds have both hands-free and voice shutter options for the camera, and it works like a charm.
CyanogenMod have pushed their latest round of milestone builds. These are arriving as the M3 builds and at this very moment, they happen to be available for select devices. These M 'milestone' builds are based on CM10.1, which means Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. A bit deeper on the information, these M builds are sort of in between the nightly and the stable builds.
CyanogenMod users can once again opt-out of the stats gathering. The data is collected towards the appropriately named CMStats and as of today -- CM users now have the option to opt-in, or opt-out of the information gathering. It seems the return of the opt-out feature comes due to an slight uproar within the CyanogenMod user base. The ability to opt-out is nice, however we suspect the folks at CyanogenMod have good intentions when it comes to the data they collect.
CyanogenMod took to their Google+ page earlier today to announce an awesome new feature that is now available on many CM10 nightly builds. It's called Pie Controls, and is popular with many Android ROM's, especially Paranoid Android. We first saw Pie Controls in the now replaced stock browser in Honeycomb, but starting today they'll be available in a completely different way.
CyanogenMod founder Steve Kondik had been employed with Samsung since August 2011 however that employment has since come to an end. But perhaps key for those curious about the GALAXY S 4, Kondik has taken to Google+ and shared his thoughts on the handset. At the risk of giving a spoiler, he seems to be fairly impressed with the GALAXY S 4.