CyanogenMod team have removed CyanogenMod Installer from Google Play

The CyanogenMod Team have been forced to remove their Installer app from the Google Play store after warnings that Google would forcibly remove the app.

For those of you unfamiliar with the app, what it allowed was for users of certain Android phones to simply install CyanogenMod’s popular 3rd party ROM without needing any prior knowledge with ROM installation.

CyanogenMod removed the app voluntarily after Google representatives warned they would do it unless the developer team complied. The reason for it’s removal, Google say, is that it encouraged phone owners to void their warranty.

The installer app will now be submitted to the Amazon store and Samsung’s own Android store.

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