Last year in November end, CyanogenMod Team started rolling out the CyanogenMod 13 nightly builds. Now after a long time they are releasing the first stable builds of CM13. The nightly builds were available only for 7 devices but Cyanogen has extended the availability of stable to many more devices. Let’s first take a look at the devices which will be getting this build.
|Sr No.||Code Name||Device Name||Sr. No.||Code Name||Device Name|
|1.||bullhead||Nexus 5X||26.||kltechn||Galaxy S5 (China)|
|2.||angler||Nexux 6P||27.||kipper||Wileyfox Storm|
|3.||Razr||28.||jagnm||LG G3 Beat|
|4.||acclaim||Nook Tablet||29.||hammerhead||Nexus 5|
|5.||spyder||Moto Droid Razr||30.||jag3gds||LG G3 S|
|6.||maserati||Moto Droid 4||31.||ham||ZUK Z1|
|7.||targa||Moto Droid Boinic||32.||g2m||LG G2 Mini|
|8.||d803||LG G2 (Canada)||33.||flounder||Nexus 9|
|9.||d802||LG G2 (Intl)||34.||flo||Nexus 7 2013 (wifi)|
|10.||d800||LG G2 (AT&T)||35.||find7s||Oppo Find 7S|
|11.||d801||LG G2 (T-Mobile)||36.||deb||Nexus 7 2013 (4G)|
|12.||find7||Oppo Find 7a||37.||crackling||Wileyfox Swift|
|13.||cancro||Xiaomi Mi3w & Mi4||38.||bacon||OnePlus One|
|14.||serranoltexx||Galaxy S4 Mini (Intl)||39.||ghost||Moto X 2013|
|15.||serrano3gxx||Galaxy S4 Mini (3G)||40.||obake||Motorola Droid Ultra/MAXX|
|16.||w7||LG Optimus L90||41.||quark||Moto MAXX|
|17.||w5||LG Optimus L70||42.||i9300||Galaxy SIII (Intl)|
|18.||sprout8||Android One (8GB)||43.||tomato||YU Yureka|
|19.||sprout4||Android One (4GB)||44.||lettuce||YU Yuphoria|
|20.||shamu||Nexus 6||45.||vs980||LG G2 Verizon|
|24.||klteduos||Galaxy S5 Duos|
|25.||kltechnduo||Galaxy S5 Duos(China)|
Changelog of CyanogenMod 13 – Snapshot
There are a tons of changes made but let us take a look at the changed which are noticeable.
|Changes made to||New Behavior/Comments|
|Whisperpush capability (encrypted SMS)- Removed||Removed Globally; No Replacement|
|Settings > About phone > Advanced mode – Removed||Show All Settings at All time|
|Settings > Notification Drawer > Quick Settings – Removed||Control layout and options directly from Quick Setting Panel via ‘edit’ tile OR
Long-press of settings gear in the pull down area.
|Advanced location settings||Renamed to Tri-state location|
|Settings > Status bar||New controls for ‘Status bar icons’ (repurposing of SystemUI tuner from AOSP)|
|Settings > Lockscreen > Quick unlock – Removed||Security constraint due to Android Gatekeeper- No Replacemenet|
|Settings > Sim Cards > manual provisioning switch (Multisim)- Removed||Currently No Replacemenet|
|Settings > About phone > Build date||Tripple Tap to access the Developer mode|
|Settings > Lock screen > Owner info – Replaced||Replaced with Lock screen message|
|Settings > Memory||New Screen to show memory usage over a selected period of time.|
|Device specific implementations of double-tap-to-wake replaced by AOSP implementation||No User imapct|
|CM implementation of silent mode||Replaced by AOSP Silent mode|
|CM Protected apps||
|Ability to swap System Profiles in Power Menu – Removed||Quick Setting panel tile for System Profiles as functional replacement|
|New SMS/MMS Application|| Switched to AOSP SMS/MMS Application.
Notable features such as ‘Quick reply’ are available, but there may be slight variations in UI/UX.
|Permissions||Due to new permission model API in M, Privacy guard has been re-engineered to be compliant with this new environment. Primary permission request for ‘Normal’ security level permissions will be handled by our package manager for non Google users, or Google’s manager for those that opt for Googley bits.
Users retain ability to control fine-grained permissions via Settings > Privacy > Privacy Guard
|Snap Camera||New an enhanced camera app based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon camera.|
|Cyanogen Apps pack||CM13.0 compliant C-Apps is not yet available but will be available in coming weeks.|
If you want to install the CyanogenMod 13 Stable build on your smartphone then you can get the ROM from here.
If you have installed the CM13 on your smartphone do share your experience with us. 🙂
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