CyanogenMod is shutting down, bringing an end to an era of Android operating system goodness. For those who don't know what or who CyanogenMod is, it's an aftermarket custom ROM that had everything Android had to offer, but some great improvements and tweaks.
Unfortunately, the company has been going through troubles - with its CEO being booted, its original founder leaving, and different choices that have led CyanogenMod to close down on December 31, 2016. The company explains: "As part of the ongoing consolidation of Cyanogen, all services and Cyanogen-supported nightly builds will be discontinued no later than 12/31/16. The open source project and source code will remain available for anyone who wants to build CyanogenMod personally".
Keeping the OS in open source is a nice touch, so developers can grab the latest version of CyanogenMod code, and keep developing it personally if they wanted to. Nothing much from there, which is sad to see over the holidays.
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