1. DroidModderX

    CyanogenMod 12.1 Arrives For the RedMi Note 3 Snapdragon Variant!

    With the release of TWRP for the RedMi Note 3 you can finally get rid of MIUI and replace it with a more traditional Android experience. CyanogenMod offers that more traditional experience with stock vanilla Android. The Lollipop version of CM "version 12.1" is now available for the Xiaomi RedMi...
  2. DroidModderX

    Cyanogen Releases New CM12.1 Snapshot Builds After 2 Month Hiatus!

    With Google having released Marshmallow to Nexus devices a few months back it is not unfounded that Cyanogen started rolling out CM13 nightlies to many devices. It is a bit uncharacteristic of them to move forward with the next iteration of Android before completing the previous version of...
  3. DroidModderX

    CyanogenMod 12.1 Nightlies Are Here For The HTC One M9

    The HTC One M9 runs one of my least favorite OEM skins of all time, HTC Sense. One great thing about HTC devices is that they are pretty easily hacked. You can unlock the bootloader and S-Off your device which will allow you to install a custom recovery like Team Win Recovery Project. From there...
  4. DroidModderX

    CyanogenMod Nightlies Now Available For LG G4 H811/H815

    The European variants of the LG G4 took a while to get bootloader unlock like the rest of the pack. With that rom development was slowed down. CyanogenMod has finally released nightly builds for both the H811 and H815 variants of the LG G4! To install this you will need to have a custom recovery...
  5. DroidModderX

    Cyanogen OS 12.1 Will Be Rolling Out To The OnePlus One

    The OnePlus One remains a viable option for a smartphone even though the OnePlus 2 has taken over as the flagship device. OnePlus is making a commitment to keep the OnePlus One up to date and is now rolling out Cyanogen OS 12.1 to the device via OTA update. There are some changes in the latest...
  6. DroidModderX

    Cyanogen Mod 12.1 STABLE Is Here!

    CyanogenMod must be getting ready to move on to Android Marshmallow. They just released a Stable build of CyanogenMod 12.1 bringing the stable Android version to 5.1.1. When CM says stable it means that an actual person checked the build. CyanogenMod is known for their self compiling robots that...