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Old 03-25-2013, 02:11 PM   #1
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LXer: Canonical cuts Ubuntu support periods


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Steve Kondik, founder of the CyanogenMod project and creator of its popular alternative ROM for Android devices, has left Samsung. Kondik revealed that he is no longer employed by the company as an aside in a Google+ post concerning the Galaxy S4 hardware. The well-known Android hacker, who also goes by the online name Cyanogen, started at Samsung's mobile division in August 2011 to work on "making Android more awesome". It is not currently known what Kondik's future plans are; when queried he replied "ask me in a couple of months".

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