Earlier today, some disappointing news came from Steve Kondik, CyanogenMod's founder and Cyanogen Inc.'s cofounder; because of Cyanogen Inc.'s failure, "(CyanogenMod) is very much affected." For the time being, though, CyanogenMod maintainers are still churning out new builds of CM14.1 (Android 7.1 Nougat) for many devices. We've got seven new devices with CyanogenMod 14.1 nightlies this time around (well, more like five, since two pairs of the devices are almost exactly the same).
These are the devices that have just received CyanogenMod 14.1 nightlies:
- BQ Aquaris M5 (piccolo)
- HTC One A9 (GSM US) (hiaeul)
- HTC One (M8) (m8)
- HTC One (M8) Dual SIM (m8d)
- LG G3 Beat (jagnm)
- LG G3 S (jag3gds)
- Xiaomi Redmi 1S (armani)
There are other devices with CM14.1 in the works (notably, the Nexus 5,
the GSM LTE version of the Galaxy S III [update: this turned out to only be a new CM13 build], and several Chinese devices), but their ROMs are not yet live.
If you've got one of the devices listed above and would like to flash CM14.1, be sure to also grab the appropriate GApps (which you can do from the new Open GApps app).