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CyanogenMod Installer exits beta, now available in Google Play Store

Good news for CyanogenMod users, the CyanogenMod Installer is exiting beta stage and is now available for general purpose from the Google Play Store.

CyanogenMod team says, “The Play store application is now available, and the PC client component will be available shortly.”

Recognizing the value of community, the team thanked those who participated in the beta testing. There are over 7,000 members who helped in testing.

Steve Kondik posted on his Google+ page:

The team is quite excited to see the increasing support and interest for CM, “The reception and demand we’ve received for the installer shows the value in breaking down the barrier to entry that we sought to address. We will continue to work on supporting additional devices beyond the initial set, but we are proud to say that we are supporting the majority of flagship models currently on the market.”

There is a very comprehensive list of supported device which is available here.

With this release the team is also giving the Download Portal some design makeover to make it easier for user to find the builds for their devices.

“With this release we are also refreshing the layout and design of our Download Portal, making it easier to find the builds for your devices. By visiting download.cyanogenmod.org, you will be able to intuitively filter and search for your device, and select whether you would like the latest stable or nightly build. Gone are the days of having to memorize your device’s code-name, writes Ciwrl of CyanogenMod.

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Swapnil Bhartiya

A free software fund-a-mental-ist and Charles Bukowski fan, Swapnil also writes fiction and tries to find cracks in the paper armours of proprietary companies. Swapnil has been covering Linux and Free Software/Open Source since 2005.


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