Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus10 Release To Come With Cyanogen Mod 11 M1: Fewer Bugs, Fewer Goof Ups

382419_466271143384259_1428298689_nGood news for those with a Nexus kid in hand! From the Google Nexus 4 to the Google Nexus 7 and even the rumored Google Nexus 10—there is an update that could appease each of these Google wonders to the tee.Good news for those with a Nexus kid in hand! From the Google Nexus 4 to the Google Nexus 7 and even the rumored Google Nexus 10—there is an update that could appease each of these Google wonders to the tee.

The Cyanogen team has finally unveiled the CyanogenMod 11 M1 build.

  • Before you start asking questions, we think it is important to inform that this is a milestone build.
  • The team initially took to the idea of a nightly build. However, given the strain this could cause on the resources, the 11 M1 is what they have on offer.
  • The wow factor here is that this is available for all Google Nexus devices that come with AOSP-support.
  • If your are wondering what is exclusive about the latest CM 11– that is still under wraps. However, we do know that his can take you around flashing like cakewalk.

Fewer bugs, fewer goof-ups- that’s a promise from the new CM 11. Our internal sniffer says that there are all our fave CM specs horded into the M1. Therefore, flashing on the Google Nexus variants can prove to be an easier and smoother game for now.

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