Cyanogen announces that CM 11 M2 is now available for over 65 devices. They have been working on bugs, device bringup, and porting over features (Screencasting, WhisperPush etc.). They are also working on new features, and all are included in these builds. I really love CyanogenMod, and I have been experimenting with it and using it on my old Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-i9305), but somehow I can’t do that anymore, because I loose IMEI every time I flash a KitKat based ROM… I can’t find a solution for it.
So maybe I should start experimenting with CM on any of my other phones instead? We will see, I will wait a while before doing so, but downloads of CM11 M2 for Nexus devices, different versions of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4, HTC One, LG G2 (yes!) and many more devices are all available in the download portal at CyanogenMod.
CyanogenMod (pronounced sigh-AN-oh-jen-mod), is a customized, aftermarket firmware distribution for several Android devices. It’s based on the Android Open Source Project, CyanogenMod is designed to increase performance and reliability over Android-based ROMs released by vendors and carriers. CyanogenMod also offers a variety of features & enhancements that are not currently found in these versions of Android. See more posts tagged CyanogenMod. ↩