Jimmy McGee · Aug 24, 2014 at 09:00 am

Cyanogenmod 11 Milestone 9 Review and Overview – XDA Developer TV

The past year has been a big year for CyanogenMod. With events from becoming a corporation to deals to ship on phones like the OnePlus One, Cyanogen Inc has been busy. However, the community is still hard at work building CyanogenMod 11 based of Android KitKat 4.4. CyanogenMod gives you loads of customization and many people perfer its approach to mobile device operating over Google’s stock Android offering. Their latest Milestone for version 11 was recently released.

In today’s video, XDA Developer TV newcomer droidmodd3rx shows off CyanogenMod 11 Milestone 9 on his HTC One M8. The main fetaures covered and talked about in today’s video are the CyanogenMod 11 Theme engine, which allows for almost unlimited customization, heads up notifications, and a few others. While we are showing the version on the HTC One M8, the features will be similar on any CyanogenMod 11 supported device. Grab your favorite beverage and check out this video.

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