CyanogenMod Passed The 1 Million Downloads Milestone

CyanogenMod, the Android based utility allowing users to install a custom Rom to improve the performance of their devices touched an important milestone, which means “1 million unique, active, user installs,” as the official page states. Steve “Cyanogen” Kondik started the project and an impressive number of users soon understand the advantage of extending their smartphones capabilities not only with up-to-date custom ROMs but also with added features and utilities.

In addition, one of CyanogenMod team members, Koushik Dutta, came up with the idea of creating an app store specifically designed to deliver root apps. The latest version of CyanogenMod is available for a wide array of devices from HTC, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Google, Barnes & Noble and other high profile devices powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Among the number of features and enhancements delivered by CyanogenMod 7, the company gives details about specific user interface, music player, camera, lockscreen, permission management (available in CyanogenMod Settings).

However, on the official website, the team behind the project warns the users “CyanogenMod and it’s team hold no responsibility to any damage caused to your phone, loss of earnings as a result of damaging your phone or anything else that is connected to the development of this rom.”

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