Cyanogenmod 11 M4 builds ready for download

by: Rob TriggsMarch 10, 2014
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It’s that time of the month again, CyanogenMod developers have come together to release the new M4 update for their custom KitKat ROM, CyanogenMod 11. M builds are pushed out once a “month”, and are considered to be the most recent stable versions of CyanogenMod for your handset so far.

Anyway, here’s the official change log for the CM11 M4 release:

  • Immersive Mode – prevent accidental clicks on swipe gesture (EdgeGesture service)
  • Bluetooth LE – Wipower SDK apis, various fixes
  • System NavBar – Left Hand mode (landscape only – not available on tablets)
  • Motion Accelerometer support (device dependant)
  • Volume Panel – transparency support
  • Translations – new language additions, localization and long-string fixes
  • MediaPlayer – new apis for Suspend/Resume
  • CM Easter Egg
  • QuickSettings – volume Tile sync fix, Quick Config, Alarm tile shows alarms, User Profile fix
  • Recent Apps Panel – low-end device tweaks
  • Theme Engine – Fix crashes
  • Performance – Speed up booting on multi-core devices, add option to force high-end graphics option on low-end devices
  • Trebuchet – decouple icon mask and background (should fix some icon packs)
  • Settings – multiple hands-free device support
  • Privacy Guard – confirm on permission reset
  • Profiles – add expanded desktop support

As with most CyanogenMod builds, the update is available for a large number of devices, over 50 handsets if I counted correctly, including the Google Nexus 5, Nexus 7 2012, HTC One, LG G2, Oppo Find 5, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy S3, and the Samsung Galaxy S4.

The full list of handsets with a new M4 build can be found on the CyanogenMod download page.

  • Editdroid

    Still MIA on att gs3