CyanogenMod 14.1 reaches more handsets
Cyanogen Inc. has seen better times, but they are not dropping the flag yet. Although the company unleashed CyanogenMod 14.1 recently, its co-founded Steve Kondik has left in the meantime. This custom Android ROM arrived back in early November, and now even more devices receive support for it, including the good old Samsung Galaxy S3. This is great news for those still using Android devices more than three years old, as the 2013 Nexus 5 is also in the list.
The list of additional devices that entered the "nightlies" list consists of the following:
- Google Nexus 5
- Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300)
- Nextbit Robin
- Motorola Moto X Pure Edition
- Oppo R7 Plus
- Oppo R5/R5s
Next to the above, the LG G Pad 7 LTE tablet can also run CyanogenMod 14.1 now. This work-in-progress ROM is based on Android 7.1 Nougat, but these nightlies that keep showing up might come with various bugs and missing features.