Shortly after the update of the AOSP source code to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, CyanogenMod started porting this version of the system to fit its alternative ROM. Today some terminals can already enjoy under beta versions more or less advanced, and others are added to the list regularly. This weekend, the Galaxy S6 that interested programmers.
The CyanogenMod team is working hard to offer 13 CM nightlies on a handful of devices like the LG G3, Nexus 6 or the Motorola Moto E (2015), to name a few (forty devices is concerned). As their name suggests, these ROM journals daily and allow to have a taste of the upcoming update for its development. For others, it takes on third-party developers, who do not hesitate to adapt the source code made available by Cyanogen on their preferred device.
Thus, on the XDA forums, you can find variations of CyanogenMod 13 for many smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S6, available since the weekend. Note that the ROM is compatible with SM-G920F and 920i models (international), as well as the SM-G920S and 920k (Korean). The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge edge + however, are not affected by this firmware.
CyanogenMod 13: all you need to know about Marshmallow ROM version
A fledgling development
Available for download on XDA, this ROM is still far from stable, and it is not recommended to download it for everyday use. Indeed, apart from the bugs that might occur, many elements have not yet been fully implemented and do not work at all, as the camera, sensors, video acceleration, but not only.
Still in its infancy, this version of the ROM is only available from this weekend and essentially serves to lay the foundation. Improvements are of course waiting over updates in the coming weeks.