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CyanogenMod 11 M8 is out, Settings app may crash

Right on schedule, CyanogenMod is delivering its monthly serving of M releases, now at number 8. This release brings a couple of interesting features to supported devices, at least those that do have M8 builds in the making, including the security fixes of Android 4.4.4, a revamped Settings app and a new Protected Apps feature.

Custom ROM ports LG’s G3 UI to the G2, also 4K video

We like LG’s smartphones. With those clean lines and sexy bezels – especially on its current flagship device the G3 – what’s not to like? Well, there is the fact that the LG update machinery has been known to be notoriously slow in providing OS and firmware updates, which is why an XDA developer went through all the trouble of porting the LG G3’s Korean firmware into a custom ROM so that it can now be made available for the G2.

Paranoid Android 4.4 RC2 squashes some ugly bugs

If an RC1, for Release Candidate, shocked you, then a Paranoid Android RC2 just a week later might make you faint. Although there isn't much new stuff included in this second release, the PA dev team has devoted a lot of work in squashing out some uglies and smoothening rough edges, hopefully with a final release in sight very soon now.

Peek 2.0 arrives, brings in lots of features and fixes

It was supposed to be just one of the cool features of Paranoid Android’s custom ROMs, but Peek is now actually doing well on its own after being released as a standalone app in May. Users will be glad to know that Peek 2.0 has just dropped at the Google Play Store on June 13, and makers of the app have promised a lot of requested features – including a number of fixes – in store for those who get the update.
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