In a post issued on 24th December the CyanogenMod group declared in a blog entry that they will shut down the 8 year old custom ROM community that was known for CyanogenMod. The made custom ROMs and modding of Android smartphones safe and standard now close down as Cyanogen Inc (Cyngn) and Kondik the name behind the CyanogenMod close down the foundation backing the group.
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The post marked “A Fork in the Road” clarifies how some late changes made the entire group anticipate that a result comparable will various stuff not the slightest bit will the advancement of Custom ROMs stop. The debs included will proceed onward to make ROMs under another name, still potentially held together by their development past.
“Embracing that spirit, we the community of developers, designers, device maintainers and translators have taken the steps necessary to produce a fork of the CM source code and pending patches. This is more than just a ‘rebrand’. This fork will return to the grassroots community effort that used to define CM while maintaining the professional quality and reliability you have come to expect more recently.”
The fate of this exceptionally well known and community based ROM may essentially move to another name. In any case, for the time being an 8 year old legend goes to a rest and a ton of users of the ROM are left with a terrible taste in their mouth.
The CyanogenMod group will proceed onward to frame what they are calling the new LineageOS:
“In this way, yes, this is us. LineageOS will be a continuation of what CyanogenMod was. To quote Andy Rubin, this is the meaning of open. An organization hauling their support out of an open source extends does not mean it needs to die.”
CyanogenMod is a very popular and reliable ROM wins the heart of millions of developers and Android lovers. After the fruitful services of 8 continuous years, the community has been shutted down. It’s interesting to see that what’s next and new from the team CyanogenMod was coming for us.
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