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  1. 1. Welcome
  2. 2. en CyanogenMod By sangeeth m0han. k
  3. 3. Introduction <> lt is an open source operating system for smartphones and tablets, based on the Android mobile platform. lt is developed as free and open source software based on the official releases of Android by Google, with added original and third-party code. lt is based on a rolling release development model. <9 lt offers features and options not found in the official firmware distributed by vendors of these devices.
  4. 4. Cynogenmod <9 lnitially released in February 2011,for Android devices <> lt is programmed in C, C++, and java <9 lt is derived from Android OS <9 Available in 25languages worldwide <9 Latest Version CyanogenMod 12:based on Android 5.0 Lollipop as on 6 January 2015
  5. 5. Should I modify ("mod") my device? <> When making the decision on whether or not to modify the software on your device, several factors come into play. Your Android device is pretty much a full computer.
  6. 6. Why use CyanogenMod? Secure Light footprint Bloat-free Customizable <><><><><> Open
  7. 7. Feature List CM Updater Privacy Guard Global Blacklist Quick Setting Ribbon Quick Settings Configuration Status Bar Behavior Profiles Nav bar Lockscreen Root Access <><><><><><><><><><><> Superuser
  8. 8. CM Updater , /' Check lm aud-Ales Manual on every boot Vwnce aauy Daliy Weekly o Blrweekly Monthly <9 Never miss an update! Our updater not only lets you have the latest releases, but you can update on your own schedule.
  9. 9. Privacy Guard l á Privacy Guam 9 Enamed by default 'AJ Android KøyboavdlAüsP) l? Android m: Wallpapers T g , Apollo p 'n' Basic Daydreams P Black Hole arowser U pl Buwes 'iv i rf Control what your applications can learn about you and your contacts. Protect yourself with a simple click, or long press an app to delve deep.
  10. 10. Global Blacklist - Hm hlarklisl r-iiliy S) Baked right into the OS is the ability to flag telemarketers, robo-callers, annoying people (yes even the in-Iaws) and blacklist them. Never receive another call or message from them (or maybe just ignore them for a little bit).
  11. 11. Quick Setting Ribbon: <9 Embed quick toggles (and even your camera) right in your notification drawer, just one swipe away.
  12. 12. Quick Settings Configuration , l› To A1 Å <9 Whether using the ribbon view or the larger grid view, customize the layout and order of your quick settings.
  13. 13. Status Bar Behavior cwcli Show clock w AM/ PM style n. ›l - Gmnus aanery slalus slyle signal slalus slyle show nonllcallon courvl ⁄ . w. .. . ,., . u. .im ›. r J D Ul <9 Customize your status bar and unlock some additional behavior. Tap the time to quickly set an alarm or tap the date to access your calendar. Show or hide as much as you'd like.
  14. 14. Profiles Home Nlghl Sllenl Work Our lives are always subject to context- what's appropriate at home may not be at work. So why aren't our devices? With profiles you can control application, sounds and even connectivity to quickly adapt to the environment in which you are using your phone. Go one step further and set up a profile to be location aware, or use NFC to trigger a profile change.
  15. 15. Navigation bar _ , i . _ <> Why stop at hardware buttons? Customize the software navigation bar to your Iiking as well.
  16. 16. Lockscreen l? j j i. , l, I Lluoglc o Q ii <9 Add quick unlock targets to access your favorite apps directly from the lockscreen. Use our custom Iockscreen widget to increase your productivity. Show the weather and your calendar events without unlocking the device. Optionally display battery status or even your name and ICE information.
  17. 17. Root Access r _ flllil , ,V Disabled Apps only Ana only Apps and ADB cam. : <9 Useful to developers and users alike, control your exposure to root applications and debugging tools
  18. 18. Superuser - vrl 37.' Superuser g ALLOW . Huarztplnrer , . SQLite hullet* Q Secure selrmqs Q . °.“'. E°°, . . E levmlnalEmulalov O scn Fm G soLrre Debugger <9 Manage root access to only the applications you trust, check access Iogs, and revoke their access when you are done.
  19. 19. Version of Cynogenmod <><>6><>é>®<><> CyanogenMod 7 : based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread CyanogenMod 8: based on Android 3.x Honeycomb CyanogenMod 9zbased on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich CyanogenMod 10 : based on Android 4.1 jelly Bean CyanogenMod10.1: based on Android 4.2 jelly Bean CyanogenMod 10.2:based on Android 4.3 jelly Bean CyanogenMod 11:based on Android 4.4 KitKat CyanogenMod 12:based on Android 5.0 Lollipop
  20. 20. Advantages Common reasons to modify your device's operating system include: Remove unwanted programs ("bloatware") installed by your carrier Receive more frequent security updates <><><><> Have access to the current version of Android - most carriers take months to update devices on their network to the latest version of Android, if ever. Taking control of your OS allows you to update regularly, when you feel like it's time. <9 Better performance <9 Extra features
  21. 21. Disadvantage <9 Common concerns include the following: o Some device manufacturers or mobile providers may offer a limited or voided warranty after modifying <9 It is possible that by installing a rooted operating system, you introduce new security risks. For instance, you need to be smart about the permissions you grant applications. <> Non-stock firmware could contain malicious code - which is a good argument for making sure you download custom ROMs from trusted sources, or even better, learn to build it yourself l <9 Stability issues may arise when using an experimental operating system. However, for many people, CyanogenMod has proven to be more stable than many official ROMs.
  22. 22. Reference <> http: L/wiki. Cyanogenmodorg/ w/Why Mod%3F <> httpz/ /wwwcyanogenmodorgz
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