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CyanogenMod announces capability to ChromeCast any media from your Android device

Chances are, you’ve probably heard of ChromeCast, Google’s new $35 toy that allows you to stream media from your Chrome browser. Now, however, the guys over at the CyanogenMod team

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Work on CyanogenMod 10.2 has begun!

For everyone without a Nexus device, we’ve received some exciting news! 4.3 Status Update #1 All AOSP repositories have been merged into our Github and branched to “cm-10.2″.Do not build

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Secure messaging to come to CyanogenMod?

Koushik Dutta recently shared of Google+ the possibility of a secure push messaging service which will encrypt messages sent between CyanogenMod users from end-to-end. Design inspired by iMessaging and ignited

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CyanogenMod 10.1.0 Stable released!

Just moments ago ciwrl posted on the CyanogenMod.org blog that the stable version of CM10.1.0 has been officially released for supported devices! Any devices which weren’t in the release candidate series

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Steve “Cyanogen” Kondik confirms bootloader is locked on AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4

According to Steve Kondik in a recent Google+ update, the AT&T Galaxy S4 is confirmed to have a locked bootloader. In his post, he states: Yep, it’s confirmed. The AT&T

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CyanogenMod Founder Steve Kondik bids farewell to Samsung, briefly praises Galaxy S4

Steve “Cyanogen” Kondik announced today via Google+ that he would be parting ways with Samsung. The Android icon took an engineering job with the Mobile giant about 18 months ago,

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CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies come to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – T-Mobile, Verizon, 10.1v, and wi-fi versions

If you’ve got a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, you know that you can feel a little, well – alone in the development department. However, cheer up, and get ready for

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Boot your Nook Color and Nook Tablet to Android 4.1 with N2A microSD

Have a Nook Color or Nook Tablet and find yourself envying those with more full-blown Android tablets? Take things into your own hands with the latest release from the fellows

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CyanogenMod team announces monthly M-Series releases

The CyanogenMod team recognizes that it’s tough to keep up with all of the nightly builds and rapid release of builds.  They also understand that if they don’t keep their

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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

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CM10 progress video show’s CyanogenMod’s yet-unreleased version running on Optimus 4X HD

CyanogenMod, arguably the most popular ROM in the Android community, is working on an update to their software. The newest version being worked, CM10, is based on Android 4.1 Jelly

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CyanogenMod 9 RC1 now released for dozens of devices

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

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CyanogenMod v7 not forgotten, may get weekly builds instead of nightly builds

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

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A quick look at the first two CyanogenMod v9 themes available in the Google Play Store

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

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CM9 Nightlies and ClockworkMod come to Sprint Galaxy Nexus

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