CyanogenMod 11 M6 Now Available for Supported Devices
It seems like just one month ago when CyanogenMod 11 M5 was released to supported devices—oh wait, it was just one month ago. Now a mere 29 days later, we’re one incremental step closer to CM11 stable. This is, of course, all thanks to the latest CM11 monthly snapshot build.
Just like last month’s M5 release, today’s M6 release should be relatively stable and daily driver-capable on the vast majority of devices. M6, just like the other monthly snapshot builds, can be viewed as somewhere in between a nightly build and a release candidate in terms of stability. At this time, it’s not clear what exactly changed in M6 versus the previous M5, but given the late stage in development, it’s likely that the majority of changes have to do with ironing out the last few remaining bugs.
The M6 build will be available for all officially supported devices. And at the time of this article, the tally is at 27 devices and counting. So if you’re a CyanogenMod fan, head over to the CyanogenMod Download Site and pick up the latest snapshot build. Then, be sure to head over to the XDA forums to share your experiences and get in on the additional modifications like kernels, root-level apps, mods, and themes.
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