CyanogenMod Installer Application Removed from Play Store
CyanogenMod is an alternative OS for your smartphone, it helps you to modify the phone content according to your needs. The company took an initiative to spread the application worldwide with its availability on the Play Store. Unfortunately, the CyanogenMod installer application has now been removed from the Play Store.
The CyanogenMod team was contacted by the Google Play Support team to say that the CyanogenMod Installer application is in violation of Google Play’s developer terms. Google advised CyanogenMod to voluntarily remove the application, or they would be forced to remove it administratively.
However, CyanogenMod says that this app has not violated any of Google Play’s developer terms. As the company says the only work of this app is to guide users to enable “ADB”, a built in development and debugging tool, and then navigate the user to the desktop installer.
The company says that Android is open enough to allow installing from unknown sources, this application is available on the companies website and can be installed. CyanogenMod has also submitted applications to Amazon and Samsung app-stores.