simply_tapp

The CyanogenMod team has started rolling out CM9.1, based on Android 4.0.4, that apart from bug-fixes, includes a new NFC based payment service – SimplyTapp.

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After being in development for more than 6 months, the CyanogenMod team has finally released the final version of CM9.

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CM

The CyanogenMod team has announced that they will be dropping support for the Nexus One, and other Snapdragon S1 based devices. This means that all Snapdragon S1 based devices will not be getting an official CM9 release or beyond.

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Cid

The CyanogenMod team has just released the 2nd release candidate of CM9, based on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. The latest RC does not bring any new features or changes.

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CM9 Up And Running On The Nexus Q!

A member of the CyanogenMod team has managed to get an early build CM9 up and running on the Nexus Q, showing the amazing hackability of the device.

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cid_cm9

The CM team has finally released the first Release Candidate (RC) of CM9 based on Android 4.0.4 after quite a few months of testing. The first RC release supports only 37 different Android devices.

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The CyanogenMod ROM crossed the 1 million user base back in January this year, and fast forward to end-May and the team has managed to double its user-base to 2 million+ users.

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Earlier this week, Samsung started rolling out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the European variant of the Galaxy Note. However, the official firmware has some serious bugs, performance issues and does not offer any of the visual goodness introduced by Google in Ice Cream Sandwich. The good news is that starting from [...]

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Thanks to the hard work of a developer – TripNDroid – the recently released HTC One X has already got a taste of CM9 based on stock Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

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The CyanogenMod team has decided that it will release CM9 with root access disabled by default. However, advanced users can enable root access via a simple toggle button in the Settings menu.

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The CyanogenMod team has released a flow chart which makes it easier for users to find out whether their handset will get CM9 or not!

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One of the developers of the CyanogenMod team has released some information about the default music app on CM9. The Music player is going to be highly customizable, and will even have a Theme engine.

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