CyanogenMod 11 nightlies land on Xperia Z, Ultra, Galaxy Note 2, S3, and many more
Development of the mighty CyanogenMod ROM marches on, but January must have been a particularly busy month for the developers. A huge number of devices have had their builds updated to nightly versions of CyanogenMod 11 (Android 4.4) since the start of the year.
Over the past week, even more handsets has been offered up a taste of CyanogenMod 11, including some old favourites like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S2, as well as some brand new devices, like Sony’s Xperia Z1.
Without further delay, here’s the full list of newly updated models this month, complete with download links:
- ASUS Transformer Pad (tf300t)
- ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity (tf700t)
- Google Galaxy Nexus (Verizon, Sprint)
- Google Nexus S (crespo)
- HTC Droid DNA (dlx)
- HC One S (ville)
- HTC One X (endeavoru)
- HTC One X+ (enrc2b)
- HTC One XL (evita)
- LG G2 (International, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon)
- LG G-Pad (v500)
- LG Spectrum (vs920)
- Motorola Droid Bionic (targa)
- Motorola Droid Razr (spyder)
- Motorola Razr (utms_spyder)
- Samsung Captivated (camptivatedmtd)
- Samsung Epic 4G (epicmtd)
- Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate (exhilarate)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (t0lte)
- Samsung Galaxy Premier (superior)
- Samsung Galaxy S2 (skyrocket, i9100g, International)
- Samsung Galaxy S3 (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, MetroPCS, Cricket, US Cellular)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini (International)
- Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G (t769)
- Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G (apexqtmo)
- Sony Xperia V (tsubasa)
- Sony Xperia ZR (dogo)
- Sony Xperia Z (yuga)
- Sony Xperia Z Ultra (togari)
Few, that’s quite a list, I hope I haven’t missed anything out. Feel free to check out the full list of downloads for other devices too.
There are also some new experimental CyanogenMod 11 builds available for Sony’s latest Xperia Z1 handset and the Google Play Edition Xperia Z Ultra. The CyanogenMod dev team is keen to point out there’s a distinction between Google Play and non-Play editions of the Z Ultra, so do not try to cross flash these builds!
A big shout out to the countless developers who have been working hard to bring the latest version of Android, and all those lovely exclusive CyanogenMod features, to all these handsets.