Roughly three weeks after the release of CM11 M10, the Cyanogen team is back with a new milestone release that brings many small improvements and bug fixes.
No matter how many ROMs I try I always keep coming back to CyanogenMod. So here are my top five reasons to try out Android’s most popular custom ROM.
The recently released entry-level Android One smartphones have received their first custom ROM, CyanogenMod 11, courtesy of XDA forum member varun.chitre15.
The latest milestone release of CyanogenMod brings new bug tracking features, the ability to long press on the recent apps button to switch to the last used app, a soft reboot option, and other features.
The folks over on the XDA forums have made possible the official support of CyanogenMod 11 on the Motorola Moto G 4G. Let the ROMing of the second iteration of Motorola’s best selling device begin.
The stable M9 build for CyanogenMod 11 has gone live, which also brings support for the HTC One (M8) and Sony Xperia Z2, and Z2 tablet.
The CyanogenMod team explained last week that the KitKat-based CM11 will remain its focus until Google announces a release date for the stable version of Android L release. That means more Milestone releases, and the latest one, M8, has just hit the download servers.
L is for Lollipop. Or Lemon Meringue Pie. Or, in the case of the Cyanogen team, L is for later. The people behind the popular custom ROM outlined their plans for development based on the Android release preview. In short, prepare for some waiting.
The CyanogenMod team has just made their Theme Showcase app live in the Google Play Store, but it’s not exactly for everyone. What exactly does it do?
Hot on the heels of the release of CM11 M7, the CyanogenMod team is pushing out CM11 nightlies for more devices. Last week was the Sony Xperia Z2, and now it’s time for the two Chinese wonders that have been in the spotlight lately – the Oppo Find 7a and the OnePlus One.