The incessant CM 14.1 rollout continues unabated, with a big bunch of new supported devices added to its warm Nougat embrace. CM 14.1 is based on Android 7.1 Nougat, delivering the latest and greatest Android has to offer with some CyanogenMod specialties on top to devices that would otherwise languish back on Lollipop or worse.
Nightlies are now available for the following devices: Verizon Galaxy S3 (D2VZW); international Galaxy S3 (I9300); Verizon HTC One Max (T6VZW); HTC One Max (T6); LG G3 (Canada)(D852); Moto X 2014 (Victara); Redmi Note 3 (Kenzo); Redmi 3/Prime (ID0); Xiaomi Mi Max (Hydrogen); BQ Aquaris E5 4G (Vegetalte); Oppo N3 (N3); Oppo Find 7a (Find7); Oppo Find 7s (Find7s).
To download the firmware and CyanogenMod recovery, just hit the CM Downloads page and look for your device’s codename on the left. When CM 14 dropped, Steve Kondik said CM was pushing for a return to its community-driven roots. With this level of support for various aging devices, they’re certainly on the right track for regaining any fans they might have lost along the way.
When was the last time you flashed CyanogenMod? Will you be jumping on CM 14.1?