Jimmy McGee · Jan 23, 2014 at 08:00 am

Oppo N1 with CyanogenMod Review – XDA Developer TV

Oppo has made great strides in becoming a very developer friendly company, from attending XDA:DevCon to providing much needed kernel source code and developer information. Perhaps some of the most exciting news was that a version of the Oppo N1 became the first phone to officially come with CyanogenMod preinstalled from the factory.

Recently, XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan reviewed the Oppo N1, but didn’t have a chance to get a copy of the official CyanogenMod to review. In the episode of XDA Developer TV, TK reviews the Oppo N1 with official CyanogenMod. He compares it to the original ColorROM and gives his thoughts of the experience. So check out this video.


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