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  • 15 Nov 2012
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  • From the first Android smartphone, the T-Mobile G1 to today’s quad-core devices, CyanogenMod has been providing the most popular custom ROM for the platform. Based on AOSP and providing the closest to stock pure Android experience, the team behind the project has received support from both the manufacturers and the OS fans.

    CyanogenMod announced its transition from the .com domain to .org. The previous domain was claimed and won and the owner decided to ask for a large sum in order to give it up. As the CM Team provides all their work for free, support only comes in the form of donations to individual developers or for the project. As it is, they have no means to claim the domain, together will all assets associated to it.

    It is planed that it will take a lot of effort for the transition from the previous domain to finalize. It also means that the previous email addresses ( will no longer be available. You can read the entire statement, following the link to the source.


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