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Android: Steve Kondik, father of the CyanogenMod, joined Samsung 16 August 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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The world of Android smartphones is regularly marked by unpleasant episodes on some models whose manufacturers no longer updates, as in the case of the HTC Desire.
Yet, it is found in the margins of many developers who create their own ROM, often to wear to a smartphone a system in which he did not “right”. Cyanogen, the best known of them, is also now working on Samsung.

Cyanogen is the source of CyanogenMod, a custom ROM with great success on the Android smartphones. The mod is so well known that it has its own website, very slick, to explain what the ROM. It is primarily for two types of users: those who want to install the latest version of Android on a phone that does not have access (stop support) and those who want to find a ROM ‘neutral’ and n ‘has not been modified by a manufacturer or mobile operator.

Developers are known to be reactive and quickly publish new drafts as soon as a new Android source code becomes available. If it is not only for the development of

[via dcellphoneshop]

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