CyanogenMod 12 Nightlies are rolling out now
In the CM11 M12 post, CyanogenMod team mentioned that they were entering the beginnings of CyanogenMod 12 work, based on Lollipop. Yesterday, CyanogenMod team enabled CyanogenMod 12 nightlies to showcase how far they’ve come since. You can download CyanogenMod 12 from link below :
Cyanogen Inc. say they are about 85% done the official stable release of CyanogenMod 12 M. For now, CM12 Nightlies are available for about 30 devices, including the Nexus 4, 6, 7 (2013 WiFi), OnePlus One, LG G3 and the HTC One (M7) and (M8). More devices will come online in the coming days.
At this point, the following large items are not implemented, but should be in the next few weeks. Some additional smaller tweaks are also missing, but left off this list:
- Theme Engine
- Quick Settings reorganization and customization
- Quick Settings Ribbon mode
- Navigation bar reorganization and customization
- Sound panel customization
- Lock-screen quick unlock
All devices in this list are shipping with full hardware support for the essentials (Calls, WiFi, BT, GPS, Camera, etc). Depending on the device some additional hardware (niche) may not be functioning, eg. IR Support – but nothing that will impede your ‘daily driver’ usability. As always, these are nightlies, so there
may be are bugs to be expected. Our JIRA for CM12 nightlies will be up and running tomorrow night .
With this initial push for CM12, CyanogenMod team is also moving CM11 builds to a weekly status (every Sunday). With core efforts changing over to CM12, the 11 branch is seeing less frequent changes; therefore, needing less frequent builds. CM11 M13 is still on the roadmap, and will be the final CM11 build.