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Posted almost 6 years ago by ciwrl
Last week, we released the final CM-13.0 releases, updated to the latest security patches, in anticipation of what follows. Yesterday, Cyanogen Inc (Cyngn) announced that they were shutting down the infrastructure behind CyanogenMod (CM). This is an ... [More] action that was not unpredictable given the public departure of Kondik (cyanogen himself) from the company, and with him our last remaining advocate inside Cyngn’s leadership. In addition to infrastructure being retired, we in the CM community have lost our voice in the future direction of CM – the brand could be sold to a third party entity as it was an asset that Kondik risked to start his business and dream. Even if we were to regroup and rebuild our own infrastructure, continuing development of CM would mean to operate with the threat of sale of the brand looming over our heads. Then there is the stigma that has grown to be attached to anything named ‘Cyanogen’. ...Read the Rest... [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Kondik
We’ve been improving some of the CM infrastructure recently… * All sites and services force https now (much needed). Thanks again to Cloudflare for the continued support. * Upgraded our Gerrit instance to 2.13.2 * Build servers now compile and ... [More] upload in parallel, which should give us much more capacity. Previously this happened as a single step, and a slow network would block everything else * Rolling server upgrades (apologies for any downtime) In the coming weeks we’ll also we rolling out a new download portal with a smart mirror redirector and improved API. Now is the time for feature requests / suggestions (for the download portal), if you have them! Let us know if you encounter any infrastructure-related issues. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Kondik
It’s been a long wait, but tonight we will kick off the first CM14.1 nightly builds (based on Android 7.1) for a handful of devices. It’s still very early on for this release and a number of features (like Themes) aren’t available yet, but ... [More] development is progressing. The devices which are part of the first push: angler (Nexus 6P) bullhead (Nexus 5X) cancro (Xiaomi Mi3w/Mi4) d855 (LG G3) falcon/peregrine/thea/titan (Moto G variants) h811/h815 (LG G4) klte/kltedv/kltespr/klteusc/kltevzw (Samsung Galaxy S5) oneplus3 (OnePlus 3) Z00L/Z00T (Zenphone 2) Bug reports are OK, but please don’t file bugs for missing features since this is all a work in progress. Now is a great time to get involved with the project too- CM is returning to it’s community-driven roots and there are endless ways to help out. As always, more devices will be added to the list over the coming weeks and maintainers bring everything up to date, so ...Read the Rest... [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Kondik
It’s been a long wait, but tonight we will kick off the first CM14.1 nightly builds (based on Android 7.1) for a handful of devices. It’s still very early on for this release and a number of features (like Themes) aren’t available yet, but ... [More] development is progressing. The devices which are part of the first push: angler (Nexus 6P) bullhead (Nexus 5X) cancro (Xiaomi Mi3w/Mi4) d855 (LG G3) falcon/peregrine/thea/titan (Moto G variants) h811/h815 (LG G4) klte/kltedv/kltespr/klteusc/kltevzw (Samsung Galaxy S5) oneplus3 (OnePlus 3) Z00L/Z00T (Zenphone 2) Bug reports are OK, but please don’t file bugs for missing features since this is all a work in progress. Now is a great time to get involved with the project too- CM is returning to it’s community-driven roots and there are endless ways to help out. As always, more devices will be added to the list over the coming weeks and maintainers bring everything up to date, so ...Read the Rest... [Less]
Posted about 6 years ago by jetleigh
Cyanogen Inc is hosting the 2nd annual CyanogenMod Developer Summit on October 23 2016. Hosted in Hurst Texas this year, following the largely popular Big Android BBQ, the 2016 CM Dev Summit will build on the success of last year’s inaugural summit. ... [More] This year, we’re excited to open the event up to the larger CM community, offering up an opportunity for anyone with an interest to participate. Whether you’re a user or a contributor to CyanogenMod, the project relies on our community to bring this event to life. Come learn, discuss, and share your thoughts on CM and where it goes next. A number of CM contributors will be on hand. We look forward to meeting you. Register (limited availability due to venue capacity) for the event here. [Less]
Posted about 6 years ago by jetleigh
Cyanogen Inc is hosting the 2nd annual CyanogenMod Developer Summit on October 23 2016. Hosted in Hurst Texas this year, following the largely popular Big Android BBQ, the 2016 CM Dev Summit will build on the success of last year’s inaugural summit. ... [More] This year, we’re excited to open the event up to the larger CM community, offering up an opportunity for anyone with an interest to participate. Whether you’re a user or a contributor to CyanogenMod, the project relies on our community to bring this event to life. Come learn, discuss, and share your thoughts on CM and where it goes next. A number of CM contributors will be on hand. We look forward to meeting you. Register (limited availability due to venue capacity) for the event here. [Less]
Posted about 6 years ago by ciwrl
DEF CON 24 is officially in the books, so what better time to release a new CM snapshot, full of new features and security updates? These releases were branched on August 1st, 2016 (branch stable/cm-13.0-ZNH5Y) and bring our snapshot releases up from ... [More] Android 6.0.1 r17 to Android 6.0.1 r61. The first thing you should notice is our new custom boot & dexopt screen, getting rid of that bright white for something a bit prettier and informative to look at while your phone upgrades; AMOLED users rejoice! Shoutout to Asher, Joey and Alexander M. for the awesome work! On the features front, the full change log is linked off below, but we’ll call out some of the big ticket items: Wi-Fi Tethering – automatically turn off hotspot after X minutes of inactivity Profiles – add notification light controls Do Not Disturb/Priority Mode – add notification light controls Privacy Guard/App data usage – Restrict apps to Wi-Fi or ...Read the Rest... [Less]
Posted about 6 years ago by ciwrl
DEF CON 24 is officially in the books, so what better time to release a new CM snapshot, full of new features and security updates? These releases were branched on August 1st, 2016 (branch stable/cm-13.0-ZNH5Y) and bring our snapshot releases up from ... [More] Android 6.0.1 r17 to Android 6.0.1 r61. The first thing you should notice is our new custom boot & dexopt screen, getting rid of that bright white for something a bit prettier and informative to look at while your phone upgrades; AMOLED users rejoice! Shoutout to Asher, Joey and Alexander M. for the awesome work! On the features front, the full change log is linked off below, but we’ll call out some of the big ticket items: Wi-Fi Tethering – automatically turn off hotspot after X minutes of inactivity Profiles – add notification light controls Do Not Disturb/Priority Mode – add notification light controls Privacy Guard/App data usage – Restrict apps to Wi-Fi or ...Read the Rest... [Less]
Posted about 6 years ago by Steve Kondik
I wanted to quickly address the circus of misinformation which has sprung up recently, particularly for everyone who uses CM or has been involved with the project. tl;dr: CyanogenMod isn’t going anywhere, nor has Cyanogen Inc. discontinued it’s ... [More] efforts towards the goal of bringing it to a larger audience. It’s been seven years since I released the first version of CM, and so much has happened. The speed of the mobile space is only accelerating. I co-founded the company three years ago, knowing fully the kind of response it might invoke- an epic mix of love and hate. We had a few successes at the Inc, but also our share of stuff which just didn’t work at all. Anyone insane enough to do a startup will tell you that it will probably go wrong before it goes right, no matter how good your intentions are. All you can do is fix it, or it’s ...Read the Rest... [Less]
Posted about 6 years ago by Steve Kondik
I wanted to quickly address the circus of misinformation which has sprung up recently, particularly for everyone who uses CM or has been involved with the project. tl;dr: CyanogenMod isn’t going anywhere, nor has Cyanogen Inc. discontinued it’s ... [More] efforts towards the goal of bringing it to a larger audience. It’s been seven years since I released the first version of CM, and so much has happened. The speed of the mobile space is only accelerating. I co-founded the company three years ago, knowing fully the kind of response it might invoke- an epic mix of love and hate. We had a few successes at the Inc, but also our share of stuff which just didn’t work at all. Anyone insane enough to do a startup will tell you that it will probably go wrong before it goes right, no matter how good your intentions are. All you can do is fix it, or it’s ...Read the Rest... [Less]