cyanogenmod 14.1

cyanogenmod 14.1

CyanogenMod 14.1 arrives for the HTC One A9, One M8, LG G3 Beat, and others


All may not be well over at Cyanogen Inc right now, but the legion of developers maintaining CyanogenMod builds for a wide range of handsets remain as busy and committed as ever. The group has been hard at work building a selection of CyanogenMod 14.1 Nightly builds, which is based on Android 7.1 Nougat, for a selection of HTC and LG handsets, among others, which have just been released today.

Variants of the HTC One M8 and LG G3 are among the most notable releases, and HTC One A9 owners can find a new ROM to flash too. Developers also state that CM14.1 nightly builds are in the works for the Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy S3, and a selection of Chinese devices as well. Here’s the list of newly available downloads:

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What is CyanogenMod?

September 19, 2016

If you fancy flashing CM14.1 onto one of the smartphones on the list, feel free to take a look at our guide above. You’ll also wanted to grab the latest copy of GApps so that you can access the Play Store and other Google services.

Nougat is coming to the Nexus 4 courtesy of CyanogenMod 14

You’ve got to give credit to the loyal CyanogenMod ROM team, not only are they still hard at work despite the garbage fire Cyanogen Inc has become, they’re still so committed they are about to breathe new life into the ageing Nexus 4 courtesy of CyanogenMod 14 nightlies based on Android 7.1 Nougat.

But it’s not just the Nexus 4 getting CM 14.1 love right now, with six other devices getting official nightly support already. The Chinese clone of the Nexus 5 (CAF), T-Mobile LG G3, LG G Pad 8.3, Asus ZenPad 8.0, Sony Xperia M and Samsung Galaxy S5 (AU) already have nightlies available, and there’s an experimental build for the Nexus 4 if you want to go even more bleeding edge than nightlies.

Nightly builds are pushed out each and every day and contain all the latest code the CM ROM developers have worked on during the day. Things might be glitchy, broken or unstable, but that’s the price you pay for the latest and greatest. If that doesn’t sound like fun to you, you’re better off waiting for a stable or release candidate build instead.

Do you still have a Nexus 4? How many older devices do you have running custom ROMs?

CyanogenMod 14.1 now available on OnePlus One, OnePlus 2, Nexus 6 and more

CyanogenMod 14.1 is now available on nine additional devices following its initial rollout last week. Based on Android 7.1 Nougat, the latest CyanogenMod ROM delivers an Android experience currently only accessible to Google Pixel owners, or those running the developer preview on select Nexus devices.

To complement the first round of CyanogenMod 14.1-compatible phones – which include the Samsung Galaxy S5, LG G4, OnePlus 3 and Asus Zenfone 2 – Cyanogen has now rolled it out to:

CyanogenMod 14.1 is still in development, which means users can expect to encounter bugs and missing features. Support for more devices is likely to follow soon along with additional content.

Announcing the latest build last week, Cyanogen Inc. founder Steve Kondik said CyanogenMod was “returning to its community-driven roots,” and that now is “a great time to get involved with the project.” Find out everything you need to know about CyanogenMod in our dedicated article.

Which device are you waiting to see CyanogenMod 14.1 support? Let us know in the comments.