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Submitted by SJIND 425d ago | article

CyanogenMod quickly brings Android 4.2.2 to many devices

Geek: With all the excitement surrounding Android 4.2.2 this week, as you look down at your non-Nexus phone or tablet you may be feeling more than a little left out. Fortunately, the CyanogenMod team has worked quickly to release nightly builds of CM 10.1 to their lineup. (Android, CyanogenMod, Phones, Software)

fatstarr  +   425d ago
it seems like if you want to get the fullest from your phone you have to update it and do it yourself, carriers are lazy and "dont have time for that" but still collect your hard earned money for doing the minimum. its funny how things work.
KingPin  +   425d ago
yes, but in the US apparently rooting your phone is a crime.

not too long ago i remember seeing this
http://techspy.com/news/116...

so now they really don't want you getting the full potential of something you paid for.

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