When it was announced back in August that Cyanogen Mod’s name sake and founder Steve Kondik was going to work for Samsung many thought the Cyanogen team may slow down. That was definitely not the case. The Cyanogen Mod team and all of it’s offspring have been working vigorously on great things. CM7 is on
For those of you that have purchased an Amazon Kindle fire just because you wanted to strip it of it’s Amazon-ness you’re probably well aware that the Android powered tablet was rooted back on November 16th. On Monday it was reported by Theverge.com that XDA developer JackpotClavin was able to port CyanogenMod 7 to the
The Motorola Atrix 4G (AT&T), Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile) and the LG Optimus 3D (International) are all in different stages headed towards support of the most popular ROM available to Android users, CyanogenMod. The Motorola Atrix 4G has a pre-beta build of CM7. The build is still beta with a mixture of CM7 features working
Cyanogen left a little note on the cyanogenmod site today that is sure to delight hundreds of thousands of users of cyanogen mod on their Android devices. The previous release candidates (RC) of CM7 have been out for a couple of months, and through a cooperative community effort they’ve worked out the bugs and kinks.
One of the most popular mods to an Android device are the Cyanogen mods. Cyanogen Mod is named after Steve Kondik (@cyanogen) but they are a cooperative effort out many people across the country and driven by the efforts of Team Douche. The latest version that they have been working on is built around the
Android community leader and host of AGTNFTW, Ray Walters, is probably screaming today like the Boston Red Sox won the world series. Many Samsung Vibrant owners grew quite impatient waiting for their update to Android 2.2 Froyo and have just about written off any chance of getting an official update to Android 2.3, Gingerbread. Now
Ok for all you Cyanogen and Team Douche users the day has arrived. The first release candidate for Cyanogen Mod 7 (CM7) is now available. CM7 RC 1 is available for the following devices: Nexus One T-Mobile G2 MyTouch 4G Evo 4G As with all Cyanogen mods it’s based on the Gingerbread AOSP but has
Putting the Nexus One aside and shelving the Nexus S as not a real developer phone, and what’s left, the mecca of developer phones the HTC HD2. The HD2 has seen many versions of Android and of course WP6.5 and WP7 (it ships with 6.5) now if you’re the modding type you’ve got two more