Monday, October 12, 2015

Current ROM: CyanogenMod 13 Android 6.0 release Marshmallow

Current ROM: CyanogenMod 13 Android 6.0 release Marshmallow

CyanogenMod 13. Current ROM begin with the latest news from the Android Scene in which we find different news about CyanogenMod, Android 6.0 marshmallow and more. We begin! How could it be otherwise, CyanogenMod returns to the fray, and that this week made public the projects they are involved developers, among which you can see as some of them have already begun work on the next compilation of company, such as CyanogenMod 13. It seemed clear that after the release of Android 6.0 marshmallow, the team would start its next repository with this firmware and from what we see in the updates of the projects seem to do it at a rapid pace. 

Of course, this is just the beginning, because they still have months and months of work to get the ROM stably, but certainly are already on the way and there eager as channeled work with marshmallow, plus all further developments that may offer CyanogenMod 13. To make matters worse, all this project are to make it compatible with your project currently in production, as is CyanogenMod 12.1, which of course we hope to get absolute stability and reaches the maximum device , but for now, they are making do a great job, as always. We therefore expect to see the first nightlies CyanogenMod 13 before Christmas, but as we say, is a really hard work that lies ahead these boys, meanwhile, we can only wait and see how well they work our current ROMS CyanogenMod and behold they are willing to offer for your next upgrade. So far they have managed to excite the most to the development community.

And meanwhile CyanogenMod 12.1 continues to be updated to correct vulnerabilities As stated above, the draft CyanogenMod 13 has begun, does not mean much less abandon their current ROMS, as is the case with the last CyanogenMod 12.1, which this week received a much needed update that fixes multiple vulnerabilities in their system. The launch in October of a patch by Google to fixear certain vulnerabilities in Android, CyanogenMod has allowed also to incorporate such protection systems. The AOSP code that fixes these vulnerabilities and been incorporated into the ROMS, can be found in the current nightlies versions from October 5, so if you want to have that extra protection against remote code execution by Stagefright, Sonivox or Skia among others, do not hesitate and update your ROM CyanogenMod as soon as possible. Meanwhile, CyanogenMod has also launched also the stable version of CyanogenMod 12.1 to include such patches, so the deployment of the same will be total in his last ROM. Finally, we leave you with the patch notes included in this post by Google, so you can see which include the various patches that mistake solve and criticality among other things, and the announcement of CyanogenMod on your blog , incorporating the same.

Current ROM: CyanogenMod 13 Android 6.0 release Marshmallow

New images of marshmallow factory Android 6.0, available for the Nexus range. Google for its part, announced Android 6.0 marshmallow in his famous conference Google I / O. From then until now, the publications that were released were two for developers, where all those programmers had to prove and polish their applications, in order to prepare their apps to give the generation gap and reach the most stable way possible users in the global launch of the new version of Android. Well, now the global launch has begun, it is a fact, as the Android 6.0 update comes with the build marshmallow MRA58K and should reach all compatible devices this month by OTA. Of course, this is the development community and we do not like to wait, so if you want and have the images of factory for your Nexus device can do so from the links you attach below with your name on respective key: Nexus 6 ( Shamu), Nexus Player (fugu), 9 Nexus LTE (volantisg), Nexus nine WiFi (Volantis), Nexus 5 (hammerhead), Nexus July 2013 WiFi (razor) and Nexus July 2013 Mobile (razorg). For its part, the Nexus 5X and 6P and come with the latest compilation series, which has not been published for these. On the other hand, if you do not know all the news of Android 6.0 marshmallow, we leave another link where you can see everything new in store for the new version of the operating system of Google.

One of the things that Motorola has and that are much appreciated, is a website with an entire release platform terminal signature. This is really handy as you unlock the bootloader and prepare for development over him, all officially. A Motorola loves developers and we love that we have in mind, therefore, the company has added to the list of devices supported by the process, a whole generation of Motorola Moto X has appeared during the year, such as Pure Moto X Moto X Moto X Style and Play. Of course, there are many more devices that were already added, as the Nexus 6, the Moto E of first and second generation, the 2014 Moto X and many more. To top it off, Motorola will guide you throughout the process of unlocking a guide when performing the process, which is not required to have previous notions in Android development. If you are interested in unlocking the bootloader of your device, we leave you with the Motorola where to find the Bootloader unlock program. Finally, add that Motorola is doing a great job regarding developers, making it easy to unlock bootloader and offering support and tutorials for all who need it. That's the mentality and is very welcome.

Current ROM: CyanogenMod 13 Android 6.0 release Marshmallow

As if that were not enough with the previous news, Motorola has also published the source code of the Motorola Moto X 2013, based on the Android 5.1.1 Kernel Lollipop. This publication will be useful for developers who wish to perform Custom Kernels with different settings, ideal for customizing and of course you can adjust the performance or save battery. The code has been published on GitHub, so accessible to all users, so if you are a true developer or are interested in taking a look at the kernel source Lollipop created for the Moto X, 2013, you can access this link and find everything you need and can find repositories in both .zip and .tar.gz and compression format. Once downloaded, you'll find all the relevant files, with an overall weight of approximately 135 Mb package. Finally, it remains to be seen which appear Custom Kernels from now and you can enjoy your Motorola Moto X in 2013.

To close this week the ROM Update, we present an application that definitely will like. On this occasion, we told you about Floatify, an app created by Jawomo XDA-Developers and allow you to enjoy floating notifications in a natural and intuitive way. And you can respond quickly to such notifications through the "Quick Reply" function quickly, and even respond with preset, such as a quick message 'OK, thank you' to the "Direct Reply" function. It also has a smart function to avoid spending excessive battery, a "blacklist" or blacklist to prevent notifications you reach specific people. Finally, you can also read notifications from the lock screen, including a curious feature to read Whatsapps without showing received messages as read (with the famous double check blue) and including multiple customization options and themes to apply on the method of notification. Undoubtedly this is a very powerful reporting tool, highly configurable and feature-rich, options, settings and customizations that will provide a great touch to your Smartphone. To get it, you only have to access Google Play and download it for free. We hope you like it, because it seems really interesting and functional. That's all for this week, we hope in ROM Update next week, and finally flashing wish you ... Good!

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