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OPPO N1 CyanogenMod Edition now available

As we had been expecting, the OPPO N1 CyanogenMod Edition smartphone has arrived. The handset is available from the OPPO Style store and is selling for $599. This one has 16GB of internal storage space, ships with a few CyanogenMod perks and of course, maintains the unique features found on the regular model OPPO N1.

ASUS teaser video for CES announcement hints at a dual-booting Cyanogen device

“Green or Blue? One or Two?” are the questions ASUS is asking. The video, seen below, is a teaser for their CES announcement, in which they want to know our preference. Green… or blue? Some are speculating it will be a color option, perhaps even switchable plates. Other think it’s going to be a dual-booting Windows device. We think it’s a lot more Android than that.

CyanogenMod installations top 10 million

We recently saw news of the OPPO N1 CyanogenMod edition. That bit came earlier in the week and included word of certification and a release date. Essentially, the handset has received the necessary approvals from Google and perhaps more important for those who were waiting -- it will be available for purchase beginning on December 24. In some other Cyanogen news, there is now word of them having reached an installation milestone.

OPPO N1 CyanogenMod edition gains Google certification

There had been talk of the OPPO N1 CyanogenMod edition shipping internationally from late-December. And well, it looks like a specific release date has been announced. Coming by way the official @OPPO Twitter account, we now know the handset will be available for purchase beginning on December 24th. Along with the release news, there was also a sneak peak given at the packaging and a bit about the Google certification.

Cyanogen Installer voluntarily pulled from Play Store

CyanogenMod, which recently incorporated to forge a new path, has been asked by Google to remove their Cyanogen Installer app from the Play Store. While Google acknowledges it doesn’t violate any Terms of Service, they take issue with what the app encourages users to do. More to the point, they’re uncomfortable that CyanogenMod might inadvertently cause users to violate their warranties.

CyanogenMod 10.1 RC1 arrives with support for select devices

The first CyanogenMod 10.2 Release Candidate builds have appeared on the get.cm website today. These are arriving as RC1 and at the present time we count support for nearly 15 devices. The support is expected to arrive for additional devices with time, but for now the list looks to consist mostly of HTC and Samsung as well as a few that are Nexus branded.
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