Monday, 5 January 2015

CyanogenMod 12 Manages Root Privileges via Privacy Guard

The popular Android ROM CyanogenMod will in the latest version no longer use a separate app for managing root privileges. This will namely be done via the built Privacy Guard System, reports Android Police. CyanogenMod is a customized version of the Android operating system that can install owners of get rooted smartphone.

At this time the developers work on CyanogenMod 12 based on Android Lollipop. From modifications to the code that the Superuser access no longer requires a separate app, but through Privacy Guard will be arranged. Privacy Guard, formerly known yet if Incognito Mode is part of the operating system that allows users to set permissions important apps. When CyanogenMod 12 appears is still unknown.

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