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OnePlus Cyanogen and lie to each other at loggerheads over India
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus and Cyanogen, the popular custom ROM CyanogenMod for Android, lying together in the clinch. Cyanogen would not permit any previous agreement entered into a partnership with a competitor in India.
Claiming at least OnePlus. That enterprise works since the introduction of its first smartphone, the One, along with Cyanogen. So it Oppo affiliate delivers a customized version of CyanogenMod on the One.
This cooperation seems to be only one end, is to draw up a blog post OnePlus. India is the creator of the popular custom ROM namely sold the exclusive rights to the land to an Indian smartphone manufacturer, Micromax. This while the Chinese builder precisely with Cyanogen would have an agreement to supply its device with CyanogenMod also there.
According OnePlus feel Indian customers, who ordered the device with the idea CyanogenMod on to see, then also “disappointed or misled. “We can not explain the decision of Cyanogen, because we do not quite understand,” writes the company.
OnePlus now trying his OnePlus handsets in India to provide its own Android version. The company took over the last year developers to work on its own mobile operating system. That system was intended only for future devices, but now proposes OnePlus own words the plans something.
Chinese smartphone maker says that his version of Android is based on Google’s latest edition of the operating system, namely Lollipop. “Our system will be stable, fast and lightweight.” OnePlus also promises that no bloatware comes to stand and that the Material Design – the new look of Android by Google – trying to maintain. The first build of the software is expected to appear next month.
For now provides OnePlus his One smartphones outside India or of CyanogenMod. Also Dutch who order the device, so it will get to the popular custom ROM. In spite of Cyanogen’s decision may in the long term for both companies have major consequences. Cyanogen has not responded to the commotion yet.Viewing:-196
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