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CM Installer now available for beta testers

The team behind Cyanogen Mod had expressed their desire to build an app that would streamline the ROM flashing process. Well, ever since shuffling of the team resulting in their venture into the corporate world as Cyanogen Inc., they have been working on just that sort of thing: an app that will reduce the entire ROM flashing process to a few clicks and thus free the user from the “hideous” ordeal that they have to go through normally.

However, unlike normal sign-ups, this has a few requirements, first of all you need to have a camera with which you can record the entire process. Secondly, you also need to have one of the devices from the list. The list is short for now, but that might be for the better, since it will keep the app under strong scrutiny (though other devices are promised to be added soon). Finally, the user has to submit feedback and bug reports. If you meet these requirements, you can sign up at Koushik Dutta’s G+ link to let him know you are interested.

Supported Devices includ: maguro, crespo, toro, toroplus, grouper, flo, mako, manta, skyrocket, hercules, i9100, i9300, d2att, d2spr, d2tmo, jfltexx, quincyatt, quincytmo, t0ltetmo, m7ul

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