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1.10 CyanogenMod 4.2 and based on developing Android

1.10 CyanogenMod 4.2 and based on developing Android

It’s been a few days since the launch of the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system, the version of Android 4.2 that keeps the name Jelly Bean. Prior to this, the user community and fans of this platform did nothing but wait for the words of a group of developers about it, and I do not mean those responsible in Samsung, HTC, LG and Motorola to upgrade the devices. No, but a development team that has earned a deserved reputation, CyanogenMod those who today have finally announced they are developing a new version of the ROM that would be based on the source code of Android 4.2.

The ROM CyanogenMod issue would be 10.1, and version 11 of the platform, because the change from Android 4.1 to 4.2 is not as large and hence the nomenclature does not need to take a big jump. According to the developer known as Cyanogen, whose real name is Steve Kondik, the ROM is under development but have successfully managed to carry some of the main features of Android 4.2 as its center renovated notifications and widgets on the lock screen.

This announcement has been made through his Google+ profile , which usually tend to make such statements.

At Google have released the source code for Android 4.2 through the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) leads to the start of fruitful development of cooked ROMs by independent developers, and certainly no more ROM than expected, and more than 2 million users are proof of that.

While some features have already ported the source code of CM, then this should suit each of the terminals they support, so we should not despair, because the ROMs are ready when they are ready, words Cyanogen, and the only rule that put the public is that developers do not ask the release date of the ROM.

Finally I can not fail to mention that it’s amazing the commitment of these developers to the user community, most of which are abandoned by the manufacturer of your device in a matter of updates, but features the CyanogenMod team to receive more recent version of Android.

Picture: CM Team .

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