Oppo N1 is the first ever device to ship with popular custom ROM CyanogenMod. The Cyanogen Inc. announced last Thursday that the N1 will be available starting December 24.
A new ROM was featured over at XDA’s site a couple of days ago. Called the Omni ROM, it promises to correct the “mistakes” of other custom ROM. Personally, though, I find most of these jabs are against the wildly popular CyanogenMod ROM.
Once in a while, the focus of attention isn’t on widely recognized Android brands but on products from smaller players. The Oppo N1 is one such smartphone that touts a powerful set of features, as well as innovative photo-taking functionalities.
The CyanogenMod team which usually comes up with a rooted Custom ROM for Android devices recently came up with the idea of disabling root access at the installation of the CyanogenMod 9. This action is designated to address the security of the users to prevent unauthorized app or malwares to take control of your device and compromise your security and privacy.
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