- Dec 16, 2010
Is it considered a violation or illegal to put Google apps on cm9, when your phone is rooted, does that mean you can't use them. Because Google did send cyanogen a cease and desist letter.
Cyanogenmod has enough of a user base that it isn't considered a tiny enthusiast group, (more bluntly, no longer considered in the personal use realm), and do has to license from google to bundle google apps. However, cyanogen has side stepped this issue, bit not bundling the apps, but rather letting the user install them, keeping it in the personal use realm. There's is nothing illegal about gapps and nothing illegal about cyanogenmod.Sorry for my ignorance, but gapps was our together by Google for use with rooted devices,,and what was the reason Google didn't want its apps with cyanogen yet let's other developers use them.
Just bad grammar, not Google Translate. Replace 'our' with 'put' and it makes perfect senseThis people is the perfect example of how Google Translate is ruining your entire life.
Cant understand the logic of your sentence
Who says they let other developers use them? More likely is just that CM was a worthwhile target for a cease and desist, given it's the most popular custom android distribution and Cyanogen himself is US based.Sorry for my ignorance, but gapps was our together by Google for use with rooted devices,,and what was the reason Google didn't want its apps with cyanogen yet let's other developers use them.