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CyanogenMod 9 changelog website goes live

The popular CyanogenMod ROM for Android now has a dedicated site for all the latest updates.

If you have a Cyanogen-running device, this is an excellent way to track whether the build for it has been updated.

While custom firmware is a great way to add some extra functionality to your device, the various CyanogenMod 9 builds (the ones based on Android 4.0), are not without their fair share of problems.

The newly-released changelog site lets you filter results by device, allowing you to see if a problem you’ve been having has been fixed. It also lets you see if a certain nifty ICS feature has been implemented.

More info on how to get CyanogenMod can be found here. Keep in mind that installing a custom ROM involves steps that void the warranty on your device, so proced with care.

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