huge acquisition today. While they were off buying Motorola Mobility today Samsung was busy hiring yours truly -- Steve Kondik (aka Cyanogen himself). This news is almost just as big as this mornings news and the first thing that came to my mind was a Galaxy S III CM Edition, I want one and I want it now!
unlock bootloaders come August but the developer community is already most of the way there and we have S-OFF and temproot it just isn't ready for the masses yet.
available now. Back in June Samsung sent a few lucky developers of CM the super phone Galaxy S II and basically invited them to hack it up and get CM7 running on it. The team did just that and as a result we all benefit.
@cvpcs and you can follow him on Twitter for news and updates as things progress. Obviously this is a BETA and is still a work in progress but this is exciting news and a big step against Motorola's bootloader issues.
American Airlines App today for your chance to win 1 Million AAdvantage Miles, they are also giving away a NOOKcolor a day for the entire month of April.
CM7 Nightly, or the latest CyanogenMod 7 RC2 build and now you want to customize your device and make it unique to you. I'm with you, I do it all the time. For those like me that love to tinker, hack, or modify anything and everything about our awesome Android phones. I bring you a very well made theme for CM7 by another amazing developer at XDA.
ModaCo has been busy with the new dual core device from LG. He has already done plenty on this phone but recently he has announced and shown pictures for a few exciting things. One being that Paul himself said the phone is a developer dream device. It is not locked down, and messed up like phones have been lately from both Motorola, and HTC. It is open, and free just like it should be and as Android was intended.
XDA are always making changes and improving things for our beloved Android phones. Today we have an exciting and simple add-on that makes the ADW Launcher (stock in CM7) even better. It is a development playground that is testing new features to see if they are popular enough to integrate into CM7.