Despite rumors to the contrary, the CyanogenMod team is, in fact, working on bringing their highly customized AOSP ROM to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Don’t believe me? They already have it up and running on the T-Mobile version of the device, and after 1 day, Steve Kondik says they have “nearly everything working.” Sounds like progress to me.
It was earlier today we learned that a bootloader unlock method for the T-Mobile, AT&T,
and Sprint (Sprint version actually ships unlocked) versions of the device had been discovered, but the developer of the exploit was waiting until the Verizon version had launched to ensure it wasn’t patched before release. I think it goes without saying that if you were looking towards purchasing a Samsung Galaxy S4 but were fearful about development on the device — don’t be.
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- Check out the Samsung Galaxy S4 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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