That you’ve used CyanogenMod ROM as ever in any of its versions in your Terminal Android, you are now familiar with the update protocol to follow, through ROM Manager. As well, the guys from CyanogenMod overlook this system to implement its own system upgrade by OTA.
The problem was basically that CyanogenMod is an OpenSource Initiative, while the development of ROM Manager does not. So the Cyanogen guys were looking for a system that, allowing you to have your phone daily, was also ‘ open & #8217;.
Thus, in future builds of this ROM, we can see how already it does not come with ROM Manager attached, but it comes with its own system of OTA (Over-the-Air), that it is nothing more that a update of which could be seen in previous versions of this ROM CM6 as CM5.
One of the drawbacks is that this system upgrade will not include the framework of Google Apps, so may not offer notifications for push, but that we will have that configure it at defined intervals of time to go checking automatically to have a new update. In addition, these updates will be made from get.cm, so it will be officials from the page itself, and can also select compilations type we want to let us know.