Nexus 5 and Nexus 7

M1 or nightly builds for many devices are ready for flashing

Falling right in schedule with the halting of development on CM 10.2, CM 11 M1 has just been released for Nexus devices. The latest release of a new version of CM is usually marked by the start of nightlies, but things are a bit different this time around. Because there are likely to be few bugs with the latest version on Nexus devices (excluding the Galaxy Nexus this time around), CM 11 for these devices will be open to bug reports and tweaks to benefit upcoming CM 11 releases for other devices.

Those other devices will start to receive standard nightly builds of CM 11, and because they're early on in development and are likely to have major bugs, you won't be able to immediately submit bug reports — that will come later as the changes settle down. Once usage picks up on nightly builds, we'll see proper M1 and M2 releases for non-Nexus devices.

You can head to the CM download page to see if your device has a CM 11 build ready to go at the second source link below.

Source: CyanogenMod; CM Downloads


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CyanogenMod 11 M1 lands for Nexus devices, CM 11 nightlies for others


Excluding galaxy nexus, oh come on there are plenty cm11 based Roms for the galaxy nexus that area running just fine, now CM is going the lame route like Google! Granted I get it that it's just missing the first time around.

First :p

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Yeah, that part I got, the Roms the devs have out now are pretty stable, sure minor graphical glitches loll.

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Glad to hear this news! I ran CM on my old phone for years; really enjoyed it. I'm also enjoying my stock Nexus 5, so now I'll need to decide if I'll stick with stock or go with CM11.

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If I'm upgrading from CM 10.2 and installing from the updates within the settings menu do I need to download a new GAPPS?

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Awesome. For now, stock with Gravity Box is king for me. I am going to wait for some new features before I jump into ROMs. Excited to see what PA has to offer.

I also see a stable 10.2 version for my phone... S4 (intl). I thought that wasn't coming for a while.

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Hello guys!

I have a Nexus 4 running on CM 10.1.3 with Franco Kernel and I'm very happy with my phone because it's very smooth and the battery is very good. And finally I don't have any issues it's the perfect ROM/kernel combination.

However, I'm wondering if it is a good idea to install CM11. Did somebody try it? How about the issues and the battery drain? And is it compatible with Franco Kernel?

Thanks :)

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The best thing to do is, make a back up of your current rom, flash cm11 and see for yourself.

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Make a nandroid

So where is the competition for the Note 3? Oh right there isn't any...

Wow it seems to be an excellent alternative. I didn't know that! I have to try this method for sure! Thank you :)

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