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CyanogenMod 12 now available for Galaxy Note 4 on Sprint and T-Mobile
If you’ve got your hands on Samsung’s latest Note device, the Galaxy Note 4 from Sprint or T-Mobile, but were hoping for a different software experience, Cyanogen inc. has come to your rescue. CyanogenMod 12 nightlies are now available for your device.
Every day that passes, it seems, we see further indicators that the official release of CyanogenMod 12 is approaching. A new boot animation arrived yesterday, and today, a couple new variants of a major flagship device gain support from the main-stream Android alternative.
CyanogenMod 12 nightlies have been available for a selection of devices for a few weeks now, bringing the latest that the custom ROM has to offer, bugs and all. Based on Android Lollipop, it also brings the latest that Android and Material Design have to offer, bugs and all. Things are looking interesting for the AOSP based OS, with Cyanogen recently announcing plans to pull away from the Google services focused Android stream.
It is always great to see Cyanogen roll out official support for their OS to new devices. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in particular is one of the better devices out there, one for which I believe users will be very grateful to see some ROM love.
Will you flash your Sprint or T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to CyanogenMod 12 nightlies, hold off for stable CyangenMod 12 or just stick with the stock stream of Android that your device shipped with?