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Cyanogen hires AOKP founder Roman Birg

Cyanogen has brought on another heavy hitter in the world of custom ROMs. Roman Birg, creator of the Android Open Kang Project (AOKP) has joined the Cyanogen team. AOKP is considered by many to be the counterpart for CyanogenMod, but don’t worry, it isn’t going away.

OnePlus files USPTO trademark on One+ name

Rumors surrounding the HTC One follow-up device have been pointing to a few names. The handset currently sports a codename of HTC M8, however we have seen HTC One Two and HTC One+ being thrown around as potential launch names. HTC has yet to offer any sort of formal announcement, however adding a plus sign to the name is something they have done in the past.

CyanogenMod Installer arrives for Mac users

The CyanongenMod Installer has had some ups and downs since the original release. The Installer basically just simplifies the process of getting CyanogenMod up and running on your smartphone or tablet. Initially we saw this launch by way of the Google Play Store, however one of those down portions was the removal. The folks at Cyanogen managed to keep this available by way of their website, however it had remained only with support for Windows computers.

OnePlus phone will run “new, specially customized” CyanogenMod

Cyanogen and OnePlus announced they had partnered up to create the OnePlus One smartphone. Naturally, one could assume the hardware would be from OnePlus and the software would be from Cyanogen. The catch is, aside from those few assumptions -- the only piece that had been confirmed was the two companies had partnered. Well, while much of the specifics are still a mystery, OnePlus and Cyanogen have done some teasing.

CyanogenMod 11 arriving unofficially for the Galaxy Note 3

The folks at Cyanogen recently released the source code for the Galaxy Note 3 and while that doesn't amount to an installable ROM, it did allow those with a bit of knowledge to get started. The Galaxy Note 3 source files were originally posted last week and despite not yet having an official nightly release, it looks like some progress has been made. A thread has popped up on the xda-developers forums and the first unofficial CM11 rom has dropped.

CyanogenMod source posted for the Samsung Galaxy Note III

CyanogenMod already offers support for a wide variety of handsets. And while we aren't sure anyone could expect to see support for each and every Android device -- there are some that we would expect to be on the list. Anyway, one of those still missing is the Galaxy Note III, but that may soon be changing. To that point, the folks at CyanogenMod have recently offered a status update in terms of support for the Note III.
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