The CyanogenMod community is determined to bring more mobile devices the modified platform that has confused some Android users. Don’t mistake this for the Cyanogen OS because CyanogenMod is a slightly modified version of the Android Open Source Project and is the base for Cyanogen OS. Some brave Android users are clamoring for it but support for majority of mobile devices in the market today can be a challenge to work on and actually deliver to the Android market.
The past months, nightly builds for the likes of the Xiaomi Mi 3 and Mi 4, 2015 Moto G, HTC One M9, and the Amazon Fire Phone have been released. More devices will be added to the CM family soon as the CyanogenMod Team recently posted a list of phones that are ready to receive the mod OS.
Here’s a rundown of devices now being supported by CyanogenMod:
• Huawei. Honor 4 & 4x, Ascend Mate 2, SnapTo–supported since CM 7
• Motorola. Moto E and Moto G 2015 variants
• Oppo. Oppo Find 5, N1, Find 7, and N3 while the versions for R7, R7Plus, and R5Plus are still in the works
• Smartfren. AndroMax Q from Indonesia–known as the only CDMA Cyanogen device
• Xiaomi. Xiaomi Mi3w andXiaomi Mi4
• WileyFox. Unknown model but phone will be ready in Europe,
• LG. LG G3
• HTC. HTC One M8 Dual sim
• Samsung. Galaxy S5, Galaxy S5 Duos,