The list of devices officially supported by CyanogenMod 13 continues to grow and recently welcomed five new devices. Users of LG G3 S, G3 Beat, G2 Optimus Mini and L70, and the owners of the Samsung Galaxy S3 can pick the ROM version nightly on the blue alien site.
Cyanogen team is working hard to offer its custom ROM on a wide range of terminals and update it regularly. In recent days, there are four new Korean devices that can take advantage of CyanogenMod 13, the new version of firmware based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
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Among the newcomers are four smartphones from LG, although some will only affect very little French. Thus, the tracker CyanogenMod nightlies of reference now to the LG G3 S as the jag3GDS for its variant G3 Beat, referenced under the name jagnm for the G2 Mini as the G2M, and finally to the Optimus L70, w5 alias.
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LG is not however the only manufacturer in the spotlight, since Samsung also sees one of his devices integrate this list. Thus, the Galaxy S3, very popular at its output and the following months, is also entitled to the official version of CyanogenMod 13. It is referenced in the official code name, namely i9300. Good news for users of this smartphone which could recently enjoy an unofficial version of the ROM.
Recall however that it is still only nightlies versions currently. For those who are not very aware of how these updates, the nightlies are still unstable, to be regarded as “beta” and are routinely updated to fix various problems. They are therefore to flashing by an informed public and not being afraid to restart the process regularly.