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CyanogenMod Installer application is now official in Google Play

CyanogenMod Installer is finally here in the Google Play Store to ease the long installation process of the very popular custom firmware ROM on a number of average user's Android smartphones.

Yesterday CyanogenMod, Inc went officially announcing their previously reported application to the Android application's mega store, the Google Play. But, the app alone wont do the trick for you, indeed, the users of the new CyanogenMod Installer will require a Universal Serial Bus (USB) cable and a Windows Personal Computer (PC) running Vista or above in it's operating system's side.

Once you install the new app, you will receive a set of basic instructions, like to turn on the USB Debugging from the handset's Developer options, from then you will forwarded to the company's official webpage for downloading the required software for your Windows PC. Following a few more steps, you will successfully be able to flash the CyanogenMod ROM on your Android smartphone. Unfortunately, the ROM is only applicable to a number compatible devices for now.

Get it on Google Play or scan the below QR Code

Source: Google Play, Android Central