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CyanogenMod’s Apollo Music Player Hits the Play Store

apolloCyanogenMod introduced us to CM9 which was based off of Ice Cream Sandwich, within CM9 they a few new tweaks they would put into their ROM’s. One of which was the Apollo music player. Which is a beautiful looking holo-themed music player for your device. It works on phones but isn’t yet optimized for tablets, and it’s now available in the Play Store. So you can download and install it without rooting or flashing a custom ROM.

GSM Galaxy Nexus 4.1 System Dump Is Out! Modders: Start Your Engines.

jellybeanThis just in from Google I/O: A system dump of Jelly Bean from a GSM Galaxy Nexus. You can run over to RootzWiki right now and grab yourself a copy.

Somewhere, deep in this zip file, are all the goodies we saw today at I/O. Expect bits from this to be chopped, ported, and crammed into existing devices shortly.

Dan Rosenberg's Presentation On Android Modding For The Security Practitioner Is A Must-Read

1While not everyone who owns an Android device roots, the Android modding community is at the very heart of everything we love about our little green buddy. Security researcher Dan Rosenberg recently gave a presentation where he elaborates on root and modding methods, as well as expounding on the security implications of modding Android phones.

Meet Cid, the new CyanogenMod mascot

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CyanogenMod really doesn't need much of an introduction these days. With almost 2 million users, the CM team has a lot to be proud of. They've been working towards an elevation from the "infancy" stage of CyanogenMod and the new mascot is the latest addition to the new "mature" team of developers. Yea, 1.8 Million users... Holy Cow!

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