The team behind the popular Android ROM CyanogenMod has unveiled a new mascot, reflecting the ROM’s growth from a small enthusiast project to an AOSP (Android Open Source Project) behemoth with over a million downloads. The new mascot is called Cid (short for Cyanogen ID), and it represents “each user’s unique place in [the] community.” Those of you following the development of CyanogenMod 9, which is based on the Android 4.0 firmware, will know that the team is doing things a little differently this time round.
“This new mascot will be unique for CyanogenMod and provide an identity and attitude by which the project can continue to develop a mature Android OS.”
As opposed to using the third-party ADW Launcher, it’s developing its…
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