CyanogenMod the awesome open source replacement firmware for Android smartphones and tablet devices. Which has been developed as free and open source software based on the official releases of Android by Google.
CyanogenMod has this week announced the availability of nightly builds for the LG G2, Nexus 7 LTE, and Nexus Q devices allowing owners to benefit from the cool additions and features offered by CyanogenMod.
Features included in the CyanogenMod release for the LG G2 smartphone include unique rear-side volume and power buttons, KnockOn display activation and deactivation and a few new multitasking features to name just a few that are included.
The CyanogenMod team has also recently announced that a new maintainer will be in charge of looking after the LTE variant of the Nexus 7 2013 edition tablet. Which currently runs a vanilla version of Android, without the popular manufacturer and carrier additions and bloatware to slow it down.
However you might prefer to run the new CyanogenMod version which currently is available from CyanogenMod’s GitHub repository and is just the source code at the current time. However CyanogenMod Nexus 7 nightly builds will be rolling out soon to be enjoyed.
For more information on the new CyanogenMod nightly builds now available jump over to the CyanogenMod website for full details and links to downloads for your Android device.
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