CyanogenMod 9 running on the Nexus Q [video]
The Nexus Q has been slated by Google as a “developer’s media device” since it’s inception at Google I/O. In the same vein, is there anything that screams “developer” like CyanogenMod? Well, put the two together, and here’s what you get.
Jason Parker has made a build of CM9 that runs on the Nexus Q. He started with a Galaxy Nexus base, and now has a bootable ROM… complete with bluetooth and wifi working. While it’s not ready for the public yet, it’s still pretty cool.
You might also like
Google today announced a new version of their Google Voice application for Android handsets. This v0.4.2.54 release sees the addition of two key features that center around Android 4.0 devices.
Bitdefender has released its latest Android app today, Clueful, as a tool for users to gain insight into their installed apps. Available as a free download, the app looks at
The OnePlus One showed up on the scene as one of the most anticipated Android devices of the new year. Despite the mass popularity gained from its low costs and high specs, its