CyanogenMod releases screen recording app, gets encrypted SMS support
Over the past few days, the CyanogenMod has given the Android device owners a number of noticeable reasons to install their Android 4.4 firmware build CM 11 — which is the latest being an application for the CM 11 which lets the users record their device's screen and the audio from the mic.
The application was first released yesterday by the CyanogenMod developer Mr. Koushik Dutta, who has also noted that to install the app, the users will need to jump through a few of the hoops to gain access to the beta version. But first, it will only work if the device is running the CM 11 nightly build, which is going to bring the latest version of the Android to about dozens of popular smart phones that are yet to be updated by their OEMs, such as the Samsung Galaxy S3, the Google Nexus S, and some others.
They will also need to join the CyanogenMod community and from there, they can also join the beta program if they want to.
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