CyanogenMod adds support for a bunch of devices from Huawei, Xiaomi, Motorola, and others

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 23 Sep 2015


CyanogenMod today announced support for a bunch of mid-range devices from Huawei, Motorola, Xiaomi, and other less known manufacturers.

The team notes that Huawei’s team directly helped them adding support for their devices, which includes the Honor 4 and Honor 4x, the Ascend Mate 2, and Snapto. These will be the first Huawei devices that Cyanogen will be supporting since CyanogenMod 7.

The CM team has also added support for Motorola’s budget devices: the Moto E and Moto G (2015). Other notable devices that now have an official CyanogenMod build for them include the Xiaomi Mi 3w, Mi 4, Oppo R7, Oppo R7 Plus, Oppo R5Plus, and some regional models of Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G3.

The team also reassured that it is working on adding support for recent flagship Android devices, like the LG G4, HTC One M9, and Galaxy S6. It is also working on adding support for the Nvidia Shield tablet.

Unofficial CyanogenMod builds for most of the devices listed above were already available, but official CM support means that these builds will now be more stable and good enough for daily use.

[Via CyanogenMod]