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Cyanogenmod Inc. has made good on their promise CyanogenMod To Make One-Click Installer On Play Store CyanogenMod To Make One-Click Installer On Play Store The makers of CyanogenMod, one of the best custom ROMs based on Android, announced on Wednesday that CyanogenMod will be turned into an app you can download and install from the Play Store on unlocked... Read More for a simple installer, as the official CyanogenMod Installer has just landed in the Play Store alongside a PC client that should make the ROM flashing process much easier. The Android app runs the users through the process of turning on USB debugging and turning on Camera PTP mode so that the PC client can properly control the phone.

The PC client, available for Windows Vista, 7, and 8, detects the device via a USB cable and steps the user through flashing the CyanogenMod ROM for their device. However, there are still some cautionary steps that users should take before running the installer, according to CyanogenMod. They warn users to back up their data before installing, to use a high-quality USB cable, to ensure the phone is charged, and that the phone shouldn’t be moved during the installation.

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Currently, the only supported devices are those belonging the Google Nexus, Samsung Galaxy, or HTC One families. You don’t have to be rooted for the installer to work, but you do need be running a stock ROM; all this means is that if you’ve flashed a custom ROM, you’ll need to switch to a stock ROM for the installer to work.

While it’s been possible for a while to install CyanogenMod How To Install CyanogenMod On Your Android Device How To Install CyanogenMod On Your Android Device A lot of people can agree that the Android operating system is pretty awesome. Not only is it great to use, but it's also free as in open source, so that it can be modified... Read More on many devices, the company is hoping that the simplified process can open them up to a larger audience.

What do you think of the installer? Is it enough to convince you to flash CyanogenMod on your Android device? Let us know in the comments.

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Source: CyanogenMod Blog

  1. Vc N
    November 15, 2013 at 8:02 pm

    Hmm.... I've been wanting to root my Note II and/or put a custom ROM on it for sometime now. I'll have to check this out some more first. As for the stock ROM issue, I don't see it as a big problem. It's impossible to take into account all the unique ROMS. Putting it back to stock theoretically ensures know constants.

  2. Don Gateley
    November 15, 2013 at 7:32 pm

    Must be stock to use it! Totally useless to the community that put them on the map in the first place. I've had my doubts about Koush ever since he screwed the pooch with his backup "redesign" and this doesn't make him look any better.

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