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CyanogenMod founder Steve Kondik speaks highly of first OPPO team-up

CyanogenMod founder Steve Kondik speaks highly of first OPPO team-up

Amid the release of the newly-minted CyanogeMod-friendly OPPO N1 smartphone reveal just last week, SlashGear took the time to have a chat with none other than the company's own founder Steve Kondik on the immediate future of the company. While the OPPO N1 isn't even off the shelves yet internationally, Cyanogen Inc. as a company took the opportunity almost immediately after seeing a friendly round of investment (of $7 million USD just this past month) to team up with OPPO, an up-and-coming hardware company in and of themselves - in a move that they hope will help them prove to a larger audience what they're capable of in optimizing hardware on a brand-to-brand collaboration basis.

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OPPO N1 official: CyanogenMod, rotating camera, backside touchpad aboard

OPPO N1 official: CyanogenMod, rotating camera, backside touchpad aboard

Today the folks at OPPO have revealed their next-generation smartphone "N1" with a unique take on Android called "Color" and a set of new enhancements straight from the crew at CyanogenMod. This device was also introduced with a rather unique camera setup - it rotates! - and a backside touchpad so you can enjoy the entirety of your display while you scroll or otherwise interact with its content. This device will not be available inside the USA initially, but given the quick growth of this burgeoning company - you never know!

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CyanogenMod teases Oppo N1 team-up ahead of launch

CyanogenMod teases Oppo N1 team-up ahead of launch

There's a big possibility we'll be seeing the smartphone brand known as Oppo take center stage in the smartphone universe soon - at least in the developer an hacker circuit for Android. What we've seen today is an announcement by CyanogenMod's own Steve Kondik saying that he'll be excited to attend the Oppo N1 launch event in Beijing, adding "we have exciting news ahead." This, of course, was followed by a shortened Inception BWOOOM to emphasize the importance of the possibilities they have in store together.

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CyanogenMod Android plans get serious as $7m startup targets 3rd OS spot

CyanogenMod Android plans get serious as $7m startup targets 3rd OS spot

CyanogenMod, perhaps the best known custom Android firmware developer, has announced it has evolved into a company, Cyanogen Inc., to offer "a mobile OS by the users, for the users". The new company will aim to cut down the pain involved in actually installing the custom ROM to a device, with a new installer - that will supposedly support nearly 100 different Android devices - attempting to streamline what company co-founder Steve Kondik describes as "a daunting process for mere mortals."

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Chromecast CyanogenMod tweak enables media streaming from any app

Chromecast CyanogenMod tweak enables media streaming from any app

If you've gotten the chance to play around with the Chromecast yet, then you'll know that streaming options are very limited, with only support for Netflix, YouTube, and Google Play. However, while we wait for more streaming services to add support for the Chromecast, CyangoenMod developer Koushik Dutta has a temporary fix, following up with a similar update he posted a couple days ago.

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Google Glass gains ClockworkMod Recovery for future hacks: have a peek!

Google Glass gains ClockworkMod Recovery for future hacks: have a peek!

This week the folks at CyanogenMod, far and away the most popular 3rd party ROM development group, have revealed their first shot at ClockworkMod Recovery for Google Glass. This interface is one of the bare-bones first steps toward creating a slew of customized user interfaces for Google Glass, starting here with the Explorer Edition of the device. CyanogenMod developer Brint Kriebel (aka bekit) has been so kind as to provide us with some up-close photos of the software on his own Glass device, too.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 ROM CyanogenMod 10.1 spreads to T-Mobile variant

Samsung GALAXY S 4 ROM CyanogenMod 10.1 spreads to T-Mobile variant

This week the folks at famed hack CyanogenMod have pushed their customized Android system over to the T-Mobile variant of the Samsung GALAXY S 4. This comes after some controversy over the idea that the team would cease working with Samsung devices after finding difficulty with Samsung's Exynos processor software and builds earlier this year. As the AT&T version of the software was shown to be working earlier this month, now so too do we see the T-Mobile variant active.

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GALAXY S 4 runs CyanogenMod 10.1 in final hack rumor debunk

GALAXY S 4 runs CyanogenMod 10.1 in final hack rumor debunk

As the Samsung GALAXY S 4 sees its first public bootloader unlock today, so too does it see the final confirmation that earlier reports that famed hack CyanogenMod would not be coming to the handset. In a push to inform the masses that the smartphone would indeed be supported by the hacker team, head developer Steve “Cyanogen” Kondik revealed to Google+ the screenshot you see below, saying how lovely it was to be running. It's not clear at the moment if all versions of the GALAXY S 4 will be supported.

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