Tuesday, 6 August 2013

CyanogenMod Announced Support For New Android devices

Custom ROMs are usually installed on the Android devices because the stock Android firmware versions don’t satisfy enough their users. For example, many Samsung Galaxy users are not very pleased with the TouchWiz UI. Moreover, for many devices which are old the new update cannot be installed on these phones anymore.

CyanogenMod team announced that they will offer official support for other 11 new Android devices. On the latest supported devices list are two handsets from Samsung and six manufactured by Motorola.

Below are the rest of 10 new devices added by CyanogenMod team which officially will support the Android 4.3-based CM10.2 code base:
  • Motorola Atrix HD (mb886)
  • Motorola Photon Q – GSM (xt897)
  • Motorola Photon Q – CDMA (xt897c)
  • Motorola Droid Razr M (xt907)
  • Motorola Razr HD – GSM (xt925)
  • Motorola Droid Razr HD – CDMA (xt926).
  • Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G (apexqtmo)
  • Samsung Verizon Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE (i925)
  • Barnes & Noble Nook HD (hummingbird)
  • Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ (ovation)
  • Looking at the full list of devices supported by the new official CyanogenMod custom ROM, it is possible that some older devices to run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean firmware (unofficial software of course) and this ahead of the upcoming Moto X device, which has been unveiled.
When the CyanogenMod custom ROM builds will be available, each Android user who has one of the mentioned devices from the supported CyanogenMod list will have the possibility to download and install them from Here.

As you probably know that a custom ROM isn’t an official one, and installing it you can brick or damage your device, that’s why we don’t recommend installing a custom ROM instead of official one. If you want manually flash one custom ROM on your device you will be the only one responsible. In case you are an advanced Android user and you know exactly what you have to do, our advice is that follow very carefully all the instructions and make sure you won’t skip any step from a correct step by step instructional guide. Also, make sure you will back up all your personal data, applications and settings before starting the flashing process.



SOURCE: ANDROID.SC

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