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See that Geohot? That's right. This dude is making bank while you're banned from playing Playstation, and working for a dying Social Media conglomerate and no one respects you. Noooooooooob.


As for CM..."Side Project..." No thanks, I'll find another ROM to move to. I love CM7, but, since it won't be seeing the time and dedication it has been, it's time to move on to something that's constantly updated. Good luck to Steve.
You realize that Steve isn't the only guy that works on CM, right? Each device supported by CM is maintained by several different people. Not to mention CM is a side project for all the people involved. It's not like they get ridiculous amounts of money from it (They've gotten a donation from me though).
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post #22 of 23
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You realize that Steve isn't the only guy that works on CM, right? Each device supported by CM is maintained by several different people. Not to mention CM is a side project for all the people involved. It's not like they get ridiculous amounts of money from it (They've gotten a donation from me though).
Yes, I'm fully aware, though it you have to wonder if it will see the kind of devotion and planning/execution that it has while he's been the head honcho.

And I donated to CM as well.
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Yes, I'm fully aware, though it you have to wonder if it will see the kind of devotion and planning/execution that it has while he's been the head honcho.

And I donated to CM as well.
I'm pretty sure Koush still works on Cyanogenmod, so we'll all be fine .
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