Cyanogen founder, Steve Kondik, has officially announced the launch of CM 14. CyanogenMod 14.1, which is based on Android 7.1 Nougat, is now available for some devices.
Android 7.1 was announced recently by Google, and is currently only available for the Pixel and Pixel XL and a few other devices.
The announcement says that CM 14.1 is a work in progress, and that many features (including themes) are not available.
Here is the list of the supported devices for which CM 14.1 has been released: (First batch)
- Angler (Google Nexus 6P)
- Bullhead (Google Nexus 5X)
- Cancro (Xiaomi Mi3w/Mi4)
- D855 (LG G3)
- Falcon/peregrine/thea/titan (Moto G variants)
- H811/h815 (LG G4)
- Klte/kltedv/kltespr/klteusc/kltevzw (Samsung Galaxy S5)
- Oneplus3 (OnePlus 3)
- Z00L/Z00T (ASUS Zenphone 2)
As you can see from the above list, except for the OnePlus 3, no other current flagship device is there, as of now. Hopefully we will see it for more devices soon.
But what we find to be more surprising is the support for the Moto G 2013 (Falcon), which continues to get incredible developer support. Kondik says that CM is returning to it’s community-driven roots, which probably means that the company is no longer pushing new features. You can download the new CM 14.1 ROMs from the official cyanogenmod website.