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CyanogenMod finally hits HTC One M8

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CyanogenMod is a free and open source alternative to Google‘s Android. The addition of HTC’s One M8 to CyanogenMod’s list of officially supported devices is a huge step for future custom roms. The number of community-driven custom roms is expected to increase quickly, as most of these are build from CyanogenMod’s sources.

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