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CyanogenMod 13 Comes To The Sprint, US Cellular, And Vodafone Galaxy S5 — Plus The AT&T LG G3 And Xperia SP

CyanogenMod 13 Comes To The Sprint, US Cellular, And Vodafone Galaxy S5 — Plus The AT&T LG G3 And Xperia SP

Waiting on a carrier is not the only way to get the most recent version of Android onto your device. There's the option to flash a custom ROM instead.

You can't go that route unless your device is supported, so technically, you may still find yourself waiting. Fortunately CyanogenMod 13 nightlies with Android 6.0 have now arrived for the Galaxy S5 on Sprint, US Cellular, and Vodafone.

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CyanogenMod 13 Nightlies Arrive For The Moto E LTE 2015, Moto G 2015, Moto X Play, And... Photon Q

CyanogenMod 13 Nightlies Arrive For The Moto E LTE 2015, Moto G 2015, Moto X Play, And... Photon Q

CyanogenMod 13 comes with Android 6.0, and it has been around since the fall. But bringing each device up to date takes time. Many have spent the past few months on 12.1. My Moto G 2015 (the one I showed off last week) is one of those devices.

Well, let's just say this is a post I'm happy to write.

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International Galaxy S III Returns From The Dead, Gets CyanogenMod 13 Nightly With Android Marshmallow

International Galaxy S III Returns From The Dead, Gets CyanogenMod 13 Nightly With Android Marshmallow

A few years ago, the Samsung Galaxy S III was everywhere. It didn't have the build quality of an iPhone, but the screen was bigger, and Android apps were really coming into their own. The phone began its life running Ice Cream Sandwich, and most variants stopped at Jelly Bean with no hope of ever getting Lollipop.

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CyanogenMod Nightly Builds Arrive For The 4G LTE Moto E 2015 (Surnia)

CyanogenMod Nightly Builds Arrive For The 4G LTE Moto E 2015 (Surnia)

I'll be blunt—it's been a long time since I've cared about the availability of CyanogenMod nightlies. It's not that I have anything against flashing custom ROMs. It's just in the past several years, stock Android has been pretty good. Even the skinned versions like HTC Sense have reached a point where I feel fine leaving them alone.

But then I got a Moto E, and only a month later, Motorola announced that it didn't have any plans to upgrade the phone to Marshmallow. Sure, it's a cheap little handset, but it's one I like very much. It's small enough to fit nicely in my pockets, it's comfortable to hold, the battery life is great, and non-Verizon models come with virtually no branding.

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Moto G 3rd Gen (Osprey) Gets CyanogenMod Nightly Support

Moto G 3rd Gen (Osprey) Gets CyanogenMod Nightly Support

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

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

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 Gets Official CyanogenMod Nightly Builds

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 Gets Official CyanogenMod Nightly Builds

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910F, Europe) Gets CyanogenMod Nightly Support

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910F, Europe) Gets CyanogenMod Nightly Support

While Lollipop has been officially rolling out to several variants of the Galaxy Note 4, the team at Cyanogen has been busy keeping up with Samsung by releasing CM12 nightlies. Today, the custom ROM is available to one more variant of the Note 4 family: the European N910F.

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This marks the first time the N910F Note 4 gets official CyanogenMod support so there are bound to be bugs — obviously, this is still a nightly download. But if you're jonesing for an AOSP-like flavor of Lollipop on your European device and you're already rooted with a custom recovery installed, you're only a 257MB download away from getting your fix.

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[Update: 5.0.2, Nexus 6 Added] First CyanogenMod 12 Nightlies, Built On Lollipop 5.0.2, Rolling Out To Select Devices

[Update: 5.0.2, Nexus 6 Added] First CyanogenMod 12 Nightlies, Built On Lollipop 5.0.2, Rolling Out To Select Devices

We have been wondering for a while when we'd see Lollipop-based builds from CyanogenMod, and now is that time. For this first round of nightlies, 31 devices will be supported with many more to come in the near future. CyanogenMod 11, based on KitKat, will now be on a weekly update schedule until its M13 release, after which development will be frozen. While some bugs are to be expected, all supported devices should have core functions working smoothly right away.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Gains Official CyanogenMod Support, First Nightlies Now Ready For Download

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Gains Official CyanogenMod Support, First Nightlies Now Ready For Download

Eight inches is a fine size for a tablet, but the options are still pretty slim. People in want of a stock Android experience in the form factor pretty much have to go with the LGGPGPE or hack together their own solution. Thankfully the latter is, depending on the device, as simple as gaining root and flashing a ROM. CyanogenMod has just rolled out its first nightlies for Samsung's Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4. This provides consumers with a certain degree of tech-savviness another option for an 8" slate.

When searching for the file, look for mondrianwifi. The download is just over 200MB.

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