CyanogenMod 13 Marshmallow ROMs now available for several devices

CyanogenMod logoAndroid OEMs have still not released Marshmallow for majority of their compatible devices, it looks like most users will have to wait until early next year before the get a taste of Android 6.0, but there is some hope for folks who are not opposed to the idea of rooting their device and flashing a custom ROM on it. The Cyanogen team today announced that it’s rolling out nightly builds of Android 6.0 Marshmallow-powered CyanogenMod 13 for a handful of devices.

The team does point out that these are nightly builds which means that they are a work-in-progress. Those who would like to flash them should keep in mind that they might encounter a few bugs here and there, though that’s not going to irk users who have installed CyanogenMod ROMs on their handsets previously.

Currently the list of supported devices include LG G3, G4, and G Pad 7.0,. Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is present and so is the 2014 Moto X alongside the OnePlus One and Nexus 7 (2013).

So far CyanogenMod 13 nightly builds have only been released for the aforementioned devices, the team does say that this list is going to be expanded quite a bit in the coming days, so do check back soon too find out whether or not your device has also received a beta build of CyanogenMod 13.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Android 6, OSes

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