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Cyanogen has finally been able to complete the Cyanogenmod 13 update package - based on Android Marshmallow - for the OnePlus One.
The OnePlus One could receive its official Android Marshmallow update in the next few weeks, even before the 2 moves to OS version 6.0.
CyanogenMod users concerned with security and message encryption should get ready to ditch WhisperPush for the voice and text-protecting Signal app.
Stranded on a deserted Lollipop island by Google, the Samsung-made Nexus 10 is taken care of by CyanogenMod as far as a Marshmallow update is concerned.
Google may never officially bring Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the LG Nexus 4, but the three-year-old can now run its first buggy CyanogenMod 13 nightly.
More and more Android devices otherwise doomed to software oblivion are getting a (buggy) chance at running Marshmallow thanks to CyanogenMod 13.
The list of Android devices officially supported by CyanogenMod 13 has rapidly grown from seven to ten, with the additions of the Nexus 5X, 6P, and LG G2.
If you can't wait for Google and device manufacturers to send official, stable Marshmallow your way, CyanogenMod 13 gives you a glitchy taste of Android 6.0
Cyanogen has been gettin’ busy lately after a somewhat eventful 2015. While it was on and then off with OnePlus, it has picked up some carriage agreements with a few manufacturers. Just this week, the software platform made it onto a major carrier in Spain with the introduction of the BQ Aquaris X5.
And the company backing a derivative of one of the most popular Android forks is just about ready to kick off 2016 with a bang. The Cyanogenmod community currently has a strong presence at the Big Android BBQ in Amsterdam right now and it has outlined a path towards its spread [...]
The people who work on CyanogenMod are very eager beavers who hop on top of updates to Android. It’s only been just a few months since we got the latest version of CM on Android 5.0. Now, it looks like developers are looking to reduce lead time between the public debut of Android 6.0 Marshmallow and the soon-to-be CyanogenMod 13.0.
Code for the Bionic library and other Qualcomm framework variables were first submitted for review on Tuesday. The first strings of CyanogenMod 13.0 for a specific device came in the next day for the Nexus 5. Several more devices have been name [...]