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CM9 Port Available For International HTC One X

Now we’re well aware that there are review units, demos and beta testers for the HTC One X just about everywhere. AT&T is preparing to launch the device shortly so a lot of people have them already. But today our friends at Androidspin, by way of AndroidCommunity are reporting that CyanogenMod 9 (CM9) has been

CyanogenMod 9: Root Access No Longer Default

If you’re fairly new to Android you may have heard of Cyanogenmod and wanted to know what it was. Well Cyanogenmod is the most popular of the custom ROMs available for rooted Android devices. Custom ROMs allow the community at large, and users of Android devices, to have more variety and some custom functionality. Cyanogenmod,

CyanogenMod 9 Nightlies Released For 3 Devices

Last week we reported that the CyanogenMod team needed help to secure funding for new servers. That money was raised in less than a day and now, as promised, the CyanogenMod team has started issuing CyanogenMod 9 nightlies. The team is hard at work bringing nightlies to multiple devices. The first three devices are ready.

Nice: CM 9 Boot Animation On Video

Geek.com is showing off the boot animation for the highly anticipated CM9. CyanogenMod 9 is the Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich version of the world’s favorite ROM. CM 9 will give a large number of devices that may not see an official build of Ice Cream Sandwich, the functionality that ICS offers. It will also

CyanogenMod Asks For Community Help, Here’s Why

Let’s face it, most people take in their news from slugs and headlines from RSS feeds, Twitter, Facebook and Google+. So when you saw that CyanogenMod needed donations or help you may have thought that they were looking for some money for their hard work. Really that’s not a bad idea, but since the first

Unsupported CyanogenMod 7.2 Rom Hits The Samsung Epic 4G Touch

Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S II, dubbed the Samsung Epic 4G Touch hasn’t been the easiest version of the Galaxy S II to root and then find good custom roms. That’s now changed as Cyanogenmod 7.2 has arrived for Sprint’s Galaxy S II variant. Developer bubby323 has ported CM7.2 to the Epic 4G

CyanogenMod Team Gives Progress Reports

For those of you that are long time Cyanogenmod users, you know how they feel about ETA’s, but what they have done now is released a progress report on their latest evolution of the world’s most popular ROM. CyanogenMod 9 is built on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. If you’re rooted CM9 will give a

CM7 Ported To The Kindle Fire

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

Netflix Now Supporting Cyanogenmod 7

As of late many of the Original Equipment Manufacturers in the Android Ecosystem have opened up to the developer community. Samsung has hired Cyanogenmod founder Steve Kondik, HTC has added a bootloader unlocker to their developer site and Motorola has even vowed to start unlocking bootloaders as well. Now it seems that some of the

CyanogenMod To Support 3 More Devices

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