As if you need another reason to get in on the affordable market, CyanognMod on Wednesday announced its popular Android ROM is now supported by a ton of mid-range devices. Everything from the Moto G, Samsung, HTC and LG phones are on the list. Even Huawei, which hasn’t been supported since CyanogenMod 7 (we’re on Cyanogen OS 12 now), has joined the party. Not bad if you’re anxious to give the software a try.
Most of the phones added to the list originate from overseas, as you can see in the list below:
- Moto E (2015)
- Moto G (2015)
- Xiaomi Mi3w and Mi4
- Smartfren AndroMax Q
- Oppo R7, R7Plus, R5Plus
- LG G3 (f400)
- HTC One M8 dual SIM
- Galaxy S5 variants of Japan/China
- Galaxy S5 Duos
CyanogenMod said many more devices are going to be supported soon, including the HTC M9, Galaxy S6, LG G4 and others. Exciting stuff is ahead if you’re a fan of the ROM. Notably, no mention of the OnePlus 2 is anywhere in today’s announcement, once again reminding us of the messy breakup between the two companies.
To see if your phone is supported by CyanogenMod, you can check out the official wiki.