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Old 11-17-2013, 09:01 PM   #1
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LXer: Android ROMs, the easy way: testing the new CyanogenMod Installer

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In order to fully appreciate what the CyanogenMod team has accomplished with their new installer, here's a rough overview of what installing an Android ROM has typically been like in the past. It's mostly a series of archaic command line entry and user input that is so convoluted, it often sounds like a video game cheat code. The full, old instructions for many devices are still on the CyanogenMod Wiki.



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