Kit Kat was on many minds this week as it finally arrived. Well, on one device at least. But while many have Kit Kat on their minds, the folks at Cyanogen haven't forgotten about other builds. And in fact, they have released the latest M-series build. This time around we are seeing the release of CM10.2 M1.
CyanogenMod Team, has released a video of a new project he’s working on. This particular one is a bit familiar, and we hope it ends up seeing the light of day in nightlies. Koush, as he’s affectionately known, has been working on mirroring for Android to the desktop, and from what we see in the video, it looks great.
Moto X has gotten solid reviews, which in many cases -- brings talk of how the software is solid and feature rich. But that being said, we suspect some Moto X users want a choice to run something else. For that crowd, it looks like those rocking an AT&T, T-Mobile or Verizon Moto X can now get going with CyanogenMod.
OPPO N1 smartphone was unveiled back in September. At that time there was mention of the handset arriving from early-December. The initial launch was going to be for China, but as we recently saw, the handset has been announced in Indonesia as well. The catch is, while we are expecting a further global roll-out, the official details on when and where remain on the light side.
OPPO unveiled the N1 smartphone back in late-September. At the time the handset was announced for China with the promise of additional markets later in the year. There was mention of the global rollout beginning in December, however the specifics remained a mystery. Well, it looks like the global rollout is beginning.
CyanogenMod has returned to his Google+ page with another video teaser. This latest is showing 'AirPlay' mirroring from one Android device to another. In this case, that means an HTC One smartphone and Nexus 10 tablet. The video offers a look at Angry Birds, however as this is just a mirror of the content -- it could be used for audio, video or anything else you do on your phone.
N1, and tells SlashGear they couldn’t be happier.
Cyanogen had previously announced they were working on an app to simplify the installation process. Perhaps a bit nicer, it was said that installer app was going to be arriving in the Play Store. Well, flash forward till today and it looks like progress is being made towards that release. We have yet to see any sort of timeline given, however Koush has put out the call for beta testers.
CyanogenMod cLock widget was released for all Android handsets running 4.2 or later a few weeks back. At the time that widget was available by way of the xda-developers forums and could be side loaded onto your device. Well, flash forward to the present day and it looks like users are now able to grab the app directly from the Play Store.
AppOps' along with Android 4.3 and as such, it looks like CyanogenMod has something similar. In terms of Cyanogen, the feature is called Privacy Guard and while this is not yet available for all users, that appears as if that will soon be changing. In short, Cyanogen has updated Privacy Guard and also announced the new features have been merged into the early CM10.2 builds.