Hey guys, a couple weeks ago I used the Cyanogenmod mod installer from the Google Play Store to get Cyanogenmod. Is there a way I can go back to Sense?
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on 12/18/2013 – Made popular on 12/18/2013
Since the founding of Cyanogen Inc. and a $7 million investment, CyanogenMod looks to go into the big league.
Just in the Play Store is the CyanogenMod Installer.
It claims to make the rather complicated and tiresome process of installing CyanogenMod on your phone a lot less painful. At the moment it is only the quad core S4 devices, among about 40 in total, that is supported.
This is my first thread here on XDA so bare with me guys. I'm going to try to add all the important details to help you help me... yeah. Anyways, on with my problem. I recently converted my AT&T HTC One with sense to a GPE. Back on sense I was on 4.3, made a backup with TWRP and currently have it saved on my computer.
Cyanogen Inc., the newly created company that produces the popular custom Android ROM CyanogenMod, published a new app called CyanogenMod Installer which will unlock the users boot loader, root their device, and flash CyanogenMod to their phone with minimal extra effort.
So I'm ready to install cyanogenmod now, except I've not went from jellybean back to ICS yet and I understand I have to have ICS for the custom rom process. What has me stumped is being rooted at the moment. When I go back to ICS won't I lose root access? And will I have to re-root my phone to install cyanogenmod? Thanks guys. I'm slowly learning :o
I recently bought a new phone - Samsung Galaxy s2 plus. I wanted to move to Cyanogenmod, only to find that the vibration doesn't work at all for the ROM for my model. Since I need that I stayed on the Samsung stock Jellybean ROM, and the only thing I really miss is Cyanogenmod's quick settings ribbon.