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CyanogenMod now supports Nexus 6, Android One and international LG G3
The folks over at CyanogenMod never seem to stop working on expanding their device compatibility. Just one day after the operating system gained support for Lollipop nightlies on over 30 different devices, the OS is now available for the Nexus 6, all Android One devices as well as the international LG G3 (d855). After the CM 12 nightlies news broke yesterday, many users were wondering when the devices listed above would get the update. Sure enough, they’re here. Before we proceed, there are a few things to note about each one of these builds.
The Nexus 6 is receiving its first CM build with the addition of CyanogenMod 12 nightlies, which will likely be very welcomed by early adopters of Google’s newest phablet.
Since all Android One devices are running the same OS, they’re filed under one single name: sprout. These builds are experimental, and they have yet to make the jump to CM 12. We’re sure CM 11 will do just fine for now, and CyanogenMod 12 will likely come to the devices within no time.
Last but not least, the international LG G3 (d855) is also getting a taste of CM 12 nightlies, so proceed with caution since these aren’t the most stable builds of the software. We shouldn’t have to mention this, but make sure your device is the d855 model, and not any others.
If you own any of these devices and would like to get started, follow the links below to the CyanogenMod links.
- Download: CM 12 for Nexus 6 (shamu)
- Download: CM 11 for Android One (sprout)
- Download: CM12 for LG G2 (d855)
Is anyone out there excited about these additions? Let us know if you’ve had any luck so far!