You don’t have to own the special edition Oppo N1 just to enjoy CyanogenMod; a special version is now available for all Oppo N1 units. That means you can replace the stock ColorOS user interface with a catered version of CyanogenMod that takes advantage of the N1’s hardware and software features.
For example, the team built-in support that will still allow you to use the O-Touch Panel, the O-Click Bluetooth remote and take advantage of the phone’s rotating 13-megapixel camera. It also still takes advantage of some of the features offered by ColorOS, like gesture support and the ability to wake the phone from sleep with a double tap. We looked at the filename for the build, however, and it looks like this is CyanogenMod 10.2 instead of the latest CM11 release.
Oppo warns that installing CyanogenMod will remove all apps, contacts and messages, though other files will be untouched. Still, it’s always best to back up your data before getting started. Hit the source link below for full instructions and the complete package.