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Android 6 Marshmallow–CyanogenMod 13 stable release is available

Android 6 Marshmallow–CyanogenMod 13 stable release is available

Are you looking for the latest Android Marshmallow for your mobile phone ? Cyanogenmod  released stable CM13 based on the Android 6.0.1 few days back.  Earlier we posted about the nightlies which had some known issues.

Here are the list of devices which will get the stable release as of now, there are 39 devices, check whether your device is in the list or not. The code name is in the bracket.

Nook Tablet (acclaim)

Nexus 6P (angler)

OnePlus One (bacon)

Nexus 5X (bullhead)

Xiaomi Mi 4 (cancro)

WileyFox Swift (crackling)

LG G2 AT&T (d800)

LG G2 T-Mobile (d801)

LG G2 international (d802)

LG G2 Canada (d803)

Nexus 7 2013 (deb)

Oppo Find 7 (find7)

Oppo Find 7s (find7s)

Nexus 7 2013 Wi-Fi only (flo)

Nexus 9 (flounder)

LG G2 mini (g2m)

ZUK Z1 (ham)

Nexus 5 (hammerhead)

LG G3 s (jag3gds)

LG G3 Beat (jagnm)

Wileyfox Storm (kipper)

Samsung Galaxy S5 (kltechn)

Samsung Galaxy S5 duos China(kltechnduo)

Samsung Galaxy S5 duos (klteduos)

Nexus 4 (mako)

Nexus 10 (manta)

Droid 4 (maserati)

Moto E 2015 (otus)

Oppo R7 Plus (r7plus)

Samsung Galaxy S4 mini (serrano3gxx)

Samsung Galaxy S4 mini LTE (serranoltexx)

Nexus 6 (shamu)

Android One 4GB sprout4

Android One 8GB (sprout8)

Droid Razer (spyder)

Droid Bionic (targa)

Droid Razr (umts_spyder)

LG Optimus L70 (w5)

LG Optimus L90 (w7)

If you want to get CM13 for your device you can download the Android M based Cyanogenmod from the download section. Currently am using this on my OnePlus One.

Change log

  • Whisperpush capability (encrypted SMS) – removed
    • Removed from CM software globally, no replacement
  • Settings > About phone > Advanced mode – removed.
    • New behavior is to show all settings at all times.
  • Settings > Notification Drawer > Quick Settings – removed
    • New behavior is to control layout and options directly via QS panel via ‘edit’ tile or long-press of settings gear in the pull down area
    • QS panel configuration items such as ‘enlarge first row’ and ‘show weather’ now present on leftmost QS pane while in edit mode.
    • ‘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
    • No replacement; security constraint due to Android Gatekeeper
  • Settings > Sim Cards > manual provisioning switch (Multisim) – removed
    • Reliant on Qualcomm extphone. Currently no replacement.
  • Settings > About phone > Build date
    • Triple tap to access demo mode (developer/marketing feature to standardize renders).
  • Settings > Lock screen > Owner info – replaced
    • Replaced with ‘Lock screen message’ (AOSP change)
  • Settings > Memory
    • New screen (AOSP) to show memory usage over a selected period of time
  • Device specific implementations of double-tap-to-wake replaced by AOSP implementation
    • No major user impact
  • CM implementation of silent mode replaced by AOSP implementation
  • CM Protected apps
    • New folder UX for viewing protected content
    • Fingerprint support for accessing protected content
    • Enhanced ability to prevent access while retaining usability
      • A protected app can no longer be launched via Play Store
      • App notifications and services are not hampered by protection status
  • Power menu ability to swap System Profiles – removed
    • Engineering constraint – QS panel tile for System Profiles as functional replacement
  • New SMS/MMS Application
    • We have switched off of the Qualcomm based messaging application (Mms-caf) to the AOSP one (Messaging). 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
    • Some devices now ship with an enhanced camera app based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon camera. For devices that do not support the Snap app, you will retain the Camera2 app as in 12.1.
  • Cyanogen Apps pack
    • A CM13.0 compliant C-Apps is not yet available, but should be coming in a week or so. Keep your eyes out if this is something you rely on.

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