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HTC One A9 GSM And Moto E (1st Gen) Get CyanogenMod 13 Nightlies With Android Marshmallow

The HTC One A9 was HTC's first device to ship with Android Marshmallow, but despite a relatively clean version of Sense, there's still reason to want to flash a custom ROM. Maybe you want the genuine stock Android look. Maybe you want to cut down on the number of pre-installed apps. Either way, you now have the option to flash CyanogenMod and keep Android 6.0 thanks to the arrival of CM 13 nightly builds.

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[Update: International Galaxy S4, Australian S5, And S5 Duos] Samsung Galaxy S5 (klte) Gets CyanogenMod 13 Nightlies With Android Marshmallow

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is scheduled to get Marshmallow eventually, but some models only received Android 5.1.1 in October, meaning most customers are in for quite the wait. Even when the changes do arrive, they may ultimately taste quite a bit like TouchWiz, and that's not a flavor everyone likes having on their tongue.

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CyanogenMod Nightlies Make Their Way To The T-Mobile And International LG G4

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International Galaxy S2 Says Goodbye To CyanogenMod 11, Skips 12.0 Entirely For Fresh Nightly Build Of 12.1 Instead

At this point, custom ROMs are the only things keeping old Galaxy S2s feeling fresh and vaguely modern. If you turned to CyanogenMod as your experience of choice, you've been left stranded on version 11 running Android KitKat. Now you're in for a treat. Fresh builds of CyanogenMod 12.1 are ready for download.

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These nightly builds bring Android 5.1 to the four-year-old device. That's nothing to take lightly. These nightlies may not provide the most stable experience, but at this point, that old version of TouchWiz probably isn't either.

The downloads come in at around 230MB and are meant for the international model (i9100).

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Yu Yuphoria And Yureka CyanogenMod 12.1 Nightlies Are Now Ready For Download

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2nd Gen Moto G Dual SIM Gets Official CyanogenMod Nightly Support

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Unofficial 'CM Downloader' For CyanogenMod Updated To v2.0 With Material Design Following Extensive Beta

You could say that using a custom ROM is akin to testing a beta product indefinitely, and in that case, using the beta version of CM Downloader previously available wasn't much of an issue. But for the more cautious ROMers among you, version 2.0 of CyanogenMod's automatic update-downloading and flashing app has gone stable.

This piece of software (formerly known as the CyanogenROM Downloader) saves CyanogenMod users, especially those who run on nightly builds, the effort of manually checking for and flashing the latest version. The app can flash deltas so that you only have to re-download the part that has actually changed, and it contains a number of other features to improve the experience.

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AT&T LG G Pad 7.0 LTE Gets Official CyanogenMod Support, First Nightly Ready For Download

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CyanogenMod 12.1 Nightlies Are Now Rolling Out

The CM team was originally shooting for last week to get the first CyanogenMod 12.1 nightlies out the door, but they're just rolling out now. This process will take a little time as the new version hits the myriad of devices supported by CM these days. When it does show up, just remember that we're talking about nightly builds, so don't expect a bug-free experience.

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CyanogenMod Nightly ROM Builds Are 'Powered By Microsoft' For April 1st

Did those rumors of Microsoft investing in professional ROM developer Cyanogen spook you, Android purist? Then you might want to skip flashing today's nightly build for your Nexus 6. Starting late last night, CyanogenMod devotees who flashed the March 31st nightly builds to their phones and tablets were disheartened to see the following message as Android was upgrading:

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That sound you heard was millions of CyanogenMod devotees who cried out in terror... and were suddenly silenced as they looked at the calendar.

You can actually see the changes in the code review for CyanogenMod 12 (Android 5.0) and CyanogenMod 12.1 (Android 5.1, which isn't even being published in nightly form yet).

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