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CyanogenMod app pulled from Google Play for violating terms of service

28
Nov
2013

Less than three weeks after it launched, the CyanogenMod Installer app has disappeared from the Google Play store. The app — a way of installing custom CyanogenMod firmware on an Android device in one touch — was voluntarily pulled after Google informed its creators the app was in violation of Google Plays terms of service. If the app was not withdrawn voluntarily, Google said it would be forced to remove it administratively. Cyanogen contacted Google after removing the app from the store.

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