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Liberating Devices From Android Using Replicant, Not CyanogenMod

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CyanogenMod is the best known Android alternative and back in September it was said to be an Android unifier, not a forker [1]. A while later (when it was becoming a well-funded company, CyanogenMod Inc.) it made everything easier to set up [2] and later it got banned from Google’s so-called ‘app’ store [3,4] (which can involve censorship, just like Apple’s).

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