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What is the CyanogenMod OS?

Posted by: on Mar 18, 2015 | No Comments

CyanogenMod is open source firmware based on android mobile platform used with smart phones and tablet computers. The unique features provided by CyanogenMod are not offered by vendor of such devices in other firmware distributions. Firmware is software programmed directly on hardware by the manufacturers.  Features and options offered by CyanogenMod are native theme support, FLAC audio CODEC hold, great access point name inventory, open VPN client, privacy guard (per-app authorization organization app), hold for tethering over ordinary interfaces, CPU over locking and other performance enhancements, un-lockable boot loader and root access, soft buttons and other tablet tweak options, toggle in the notice pull-down (such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS), and other interface betterments. According to the developers CyanogenMod does not hold spyware or bloat ware. CyanogenMod is also said to enhance performance and consistency compared with other official firmware releases.


This firmware is extremely optimized and can barely push your phones. CyanogenMod and the team of developers do not take any responsibility of any damage caused to your phone or tablet PC, loss of money as damage or anything else. Devices supported by CyanogenMod include Nook HD (hummingbird), Nook HD+ (ovation), Verizon Note LTE (i925), Motorola Atrix HD (mb886), Motorola Droid Razr M (xt907), Motorola Razr HD – GSM (xt925) and many more. The craze of CyanogenMod is compelling other device vendors to manage to receive ports of the ROM courtesy of maniacs and developers.

Why you should use CyanogenMod?
1) CyanogenMod provides you with an up-to-date and pure stock android experience by adding a number of its own tweaks and free apps. They are compatible with the Google interface. This can be considered a big reason of installing this firmware. It also offers OTA updates that help in the easy installation of updated version just by few taps without ROM-flashing.
2) CyanogenMod has privacy guard that manages permissions granted to previously and newly install apps by default or after customizing them. These permissions can be relevant to your information, contacts and location.
3) Themes panel permits to install and select theme packs, modes, icons, fonts, sound packs, and even boot animatronics to customize the device. Many of these theme options are not available at Android.
4) The interface is full of controllable and amazing features. One can tweak the status bar, fast settings panel, notification drawer, and a navigation bar.
5) The system wide equalizer is provided using which you can control voice coming out of the device, can enable bass boost and can select presets.
6) Button options are provided to control what should you buttons do and can even enable keyboard cursor control. The typing gets easier and you can type without moving your fingers farther.

CyanogenMod presents the most interesting Android experience along with some very powerful pinches. The package of CyanogenMod is not the outcome of CyanogenMod team alone, but is a collaborative work of them and independent developers around different areas.  Currently CyanogenMod comprise of four active versions that are; CyanogenMod 10 (Android 4.1), 10.1 (Android 4.2), 10.2 (Android 4.3) and 11 (Android 4.4).

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