News Updates/Software

CyanogenMod releases official support for T Mobile and Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 4

CyanogenMod brings support to Sprint and T Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This means you can download the first builds on the official CM page. The builds are both CyanogenMod 12 and they are based on lollipop.


Samsung galaxy note 4

Bear in mind they are nightlies, which means that you can get into one or two bugs along the way. The ROM is available on Sprint and T Mobile variants only and AT&T and Verizon owners must wait a while longer as these devices are locked down to a greater extent.

Source: AndroidPolice via CM


Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact and the Z3 Compact tablet get CyanogenMod support

Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact and the Z3 Compact tablet are getting CyanogenMod nightlies as we speak. You can find the files in the CyanogenMod  download section. The Z3 Compact WiFi version got its support a few days ago as well.


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They are all CM12 builds, which means you will also get Lollipop juiciness with them. In order to install the nightlies you will need an unlocked bootloader and many Sony phones support bootloader unlocking through their dev program, but it could affect camera performance in some phones. Be warned.

Considering you will be working with nightlies, you can be sure there will be bugs to be had. Don’t forget to back up your device before tinkering.

Source: CyanogenMod via Androidpolice

News Updates/Software

Xperia Z3 tablet gets Cyanogen Mod support; DROID Maxx gets new nightlies

The Xperia Z3 tablet is getting official CyanogenMod support starting today. In order to get it, all you have to do is get over to CyanogenMod and find scorpion_windy.


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Apart from the new support, DROID MAXX users can be happy to know that nightlies for obake are being worked on again. They will find two new files available for download as well. Last September CyanogenMod announced that they no longer have a maintainer, but it seems that that issue has been resolved now.

The current nightlies are stable, but they may also cause problems for some devices, which means flashing is a choice only you can make, fully knowing you may damage your device in the process.

Source: CyanogenMod