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Cyanogen announces Modular OS program, offering parts of Cyanogen OS to manufacturers

Cyanogen OS is a great operating system that allows tons of customization, but I don’t think many people expected it to take off in the mainstream. Manufacturers using an aftermarket ROM that they have little control over just doesn’t sound logical. However, Cyanogen Inc. has announced the Modular OS program, which aims to boost adoption [...]
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