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
CM9, the latest, most anticipated release of CyanogenMod to date, has been released out of beta and into RC1 (Release Candidate1). The ROM is out now for 37 devices. According
Again, no real need for introduction of CyanogenMod is required. Nearly 2 million unique installs should tell the tale. The largest series of custom ROM’s for various Android devices released
As many of you may be aware, the Theme Engine has made it’s way back into the CM9. The theme engine is one of the best features of CyanogenMod in
Sprint Galaxy Nexus owners, get ready. CM9 has come to your device, along with the infamous ClockworkMod recovery. With as new as this device is, we’re surprised to see these
CyanogenMod really doesn’t need much of an introduction these days. With almost 2 million users, the CM team has a lot to be proud of. They’ve been working towards an
Epic 4G Touch (Sprint’s Galaxy SII) owners will be happy to see a public release of CyanogenMod v9. As many of you may be aware, CM9 is a custom version of
CyanogenMod is #1 in the custom Android ROM community. The skillful team of developers recently celebrated surpassing ONE MILLION unique installs across the broad range of devices they support.