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Introducing Cyanogen Bytes - a new video series showcasing features of #CyanogenOS 

https://cyngn.com/blog/cyanogen-bytes
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+Steve Kondik​​​, I know u're all doing ur work at the full potential to get ur hard work out to users. But there r some bugs in the first release. Jira is somehow complicated for me, so I'll post them here for ur quick review.
1. Volume too low at lower steps (below 12).
2. Editing a particular theme reset all the preference of the per app theme. Thats kinda annoying.
3. Major, Google Play Services No. 1 battery hogger.
4. Why u guys r still stuck at kernel version 3.4.67 when 3.4.100+ is already out. Won't u like to give extra tweaks to us like we get in custom Kernels.
5. MaxxAudio not working as intended. Need quite a few reboot(s) sometimes to get it work.
6. Contacts not sequenced properly. It's the bug from CM12 nightlies too and em afraid if its going to get fixed or not. (Sometimes they behave normally but this sometimes is fuckin rear).
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OnePlus users now have two Lollipops to choose from, though this one will arrive via an over-the-air update. Android users the world over were treated to quite the change of pace last year when the folks from the newly formed Cyanogen Inc. and a spinoff from Oppo launched a new high-end… #android
OnePlus users now have two Lollipops to choose from, though this one will arrive via an over-the-air update. Android users the world over were treated to quite the change of pace last year when the folks from the newly formed Cyanogen Inc. and a spinoff from Oppo launched a new high-end phone with a mid-range price tag. One of the many questions to come from the launch of the OnePlus...
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Cant wait to get it someday this week
 
Had a great time with the Android LX and CyanogenMod crews last night in Lisbon. Hope we can do it again soon!
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Definitely team cyanogen, you are on the top, 
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Making a little more noise :)
 
Cyanogen aims for mainstream Android market: New Alcatel device, Qualcomm deal, and big plans

Cyanogen co-founder Steve Kondik in the company's Seattle office, sporting the new Cyanogen look. Cyanogen Inc. is launching a new effort to take its Andro
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+Steve Kondik​ Is One plus One running the commercial version of cyanogen or oss? Can we get the themes app of yureka on our opo? 
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Fresh new looks! What do you think?

#swag #mwc
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Wow Steve. Been literally working with you and jesusfreak since the G1 days.  Your new CEO is a gigantic asshole. What in gods name were you thinking. I am a Oneplus owner. Your and your so called company's behavior is deplorable and your CEO telling me and others to "calm the fuck down"? Are you kidding? I have lost all respect for you and your broken cyanogenmod. Oh and tell your CEO to go eat a dick!
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Antutu Video Tester

This is a gnarly app that will wreck your phone's media stack, and possibly crash your phone. Its a nasty sequence of video clips that will test how well lots of different video+audio combinations work on your Android device. The test covers everything from 4K H265 to 24-bit FLAC, to FLV, and everything in between.

CM12 (on most devices) gets a perfect score! CM11 not so much :) 

We're taking full advantage of all the new A/V capabilities in L, and we brought in FFMPEG to fill the gaps. Some of these are pretty obscure combinations that you'd never see in the wild, though.  No reason for not being comprehensive!  Hours of sleep? None.

What's your score? (be sure to include your device name and ROM)
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+Steve Kondik Updated with today's build and the issue persist. Eventually videos stop playing and start buffering endlessly with occasional audio playback for a splitsecond. 

Another thing, voice messages on whatsapp are low quality compared to other devices. Is it an app issue or can this be fixed on the rom side? Never had this issue with my Nexus 5 and CM11.
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Shipping is pretty awesome.

Yureka users- 64 bits are coming your way next!
 
Our Lollipop ('L') update rolls out to all OnePlus One device owners starting today.

http://ow.ly/Lz66o
Lollipop Update Rolls Out Starting Today!
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The OSS side of what we do is something I'm deeply passionate about, and it's time to get even more serious about it. Hit us up.

...and please don't shit this up about OTAs, we're literally just waiting for the +2 on certification :)
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I use TrashOs err.. I mean OxygenOS but it's not the same as Cyanogenmod. Not many things to customize etc. I hope that CM 12S will be released soon. Is there any preview of how cm 12s will look?

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Almost there. The wait is worth it, I promise :)
 
New features coming to Themes on Cyanogen OS 12 http://ow.ly/KsB1r
New features for users to go customization crazy
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Any hope for stable CM 11 on  i9100?
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See you in Lisbon after #MWC. Free beer!
 
The Cyanogen team and Android LX are inviting the Android community to share a few drinks and appetizers the 9th of March at the panoramic bar of Hotel do Chiado, Bar Entretanto!

Come, and discuss Android tech related topics with other developers, hackers, designers and users. With special guest +Steve Kondik  Founder and CTO of Cyanogen (https://cyngn.com) and other members of the Cyanogen team.

We're awaiting for you!

More Details athttp://www.meetup.com/Android-LX/events/220892296/
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I'm crying for not being there :'( enjoy our country and friendly people :) 
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Stepping it up again :)
 
Super excited that I get to talk about this now! This is how Open Source should work - sharing and contributing ideas and software back and forth, working towards bettering the ecosystem as a whole. 

Best part is that those devices sold to consumers using the QRD base and software instantly gain the benefit of all the community involvement in CM and Cyanogen alike. 

CAF is a well known figure in the Android ROM circles, and now we have a way to not only influence design of a large platform, but to also serve as an amplifier to how far a community driven feature can go. 

This goes beyond forums, pages and communities - this has the potential to shape hundreds of millions of user's experiences with Android. 
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+Steve Kondik Sorry for hijacking this but any updates on the screen glitches on the opo and cm12 nightlies? I could post a screenshot but you probably know what I mean. Btw, can't wait to see LiveDisplay in action. You guys doing great work! 
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We'll be sponsoring the first ever Stanford University TreeHacks next weekend! We are excited to be talking open source and seeing what kind of cool features these bright young minds create for the @CyanogenMod project. http://ow.ly/IXHXl
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Seriously dude, go astroturf somewhere else. This was a thread about sponsoring a hackathon and you just showed up hating on us. Thanks.
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  • Cyanogen Inc
    Founder / CTO, 2013 - present
    Like a boss.
  • Samsung
    Software Engineer, 2011 - 2013
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