Oppo N1

CyanogenMod uses incremental OTAs to fix bugs, but they still take time to prepare

CyanogenMod uses incremental OTAs to fix bugs, but they still take time to prepare

Andrew Martonik 23

Going 'official' means complying with official certification processes, too Using a recent bug on the Oppo N1 as an example, CyanogenMod gave an interesting look into the process of making and pushing out an OTA to devices now that it is a Google-certified software vendor. Although it has a good history of managing updates — including complete nightly software builds — for multiple...

Oppo N1 announced with 5.9-inch screen, rotating camera and optional CyanogenMod

Oppo N1 announced with 5.9-inch screen, rotating camera and optional CyanogenMod

Alex Dobie 123

... And there's a touchpad on the back, too At an event in Beijing this morning, Oppo announced its new high-end Android phone, the N1. It's a device which scores a number of interesting "firsts" — the first smartphone with a rotatable camera, for high-quality selfies. And it's also the first phone to officially support CyanogenMod, after the project went commercial last week. The 5.9-...