The update to Cyanogen 14 has arrived as Cyanogen 14.1 Nightly builds are here. It’s based on latest Android 7.1 Nougat and this announcement comes when there are just two devices running the Android 7.1 version [Google Pixel and Pixel XL]. Wow! Certainly CyanogenMod community should be praised for such a fast and speedy work around. As of now the CM 14.1 supported devices list is very less, only includes support to 14 devices? So, Cyanogen 14.1 supports 14 devices – was that intentional? Maybe not. So here we have listed Android phones getting CyanogenMod 14.1 update.CyanogenMod 14.1 Update | CM 14.1 Supported Devices List

CM 14.1 Supported Devices List

We have sorted out the list accordingly by the manufacturer. Look below –

List of Nexus phones getting CM 14.1 update

LG Nexus 5X

Huawei Nexus 6P

List of LG phones getting CM 14.1 update

  • LG G4
  • LG G3

Sad not to see LG G5 here.

List of Motorola phones getting CM 14.1 update –

Looks like Cyanogen team loves Moto phones. Only OEM with maximum device support. Here are the CM 14.1 supported Moto phones –

  • Moto G 4G
  • Moto G2
  • Moto G 3rd Gen
  • Moto G4
  • Moto G4 Plus

List of Xiaomi phones getting CM 14.1 update –

  • Xiaomi Mi 3
  • Xiaomi Mi 4

Other Devices

Asus ZenFone 2

OnePlus 3

Samsung Galaxy S5

Although Samsung and Xiaomi have large number of smartphones under their portfolio, there are just one two devices right now. The official support will expand soon to other Xiaomi, Samsung Galaxy phones and other OEMs handsets.

And for your information, Cyanogen 14.1 Nightlies build are very early Android 7.1 based version and so they aren’t tested out for best accuracy. In simple words they are not a stable version release and so you can expect bugs and errors which might hamper your performance. If this is something that you like, then go for it.

Download Links

You need to download these CM 14.1 Nightlies build corresponding to your mobile from http://download.cyanogenmod.org/ the official site.

Bookmark this page and we guarantee that it will be updated with your phone up there. When? We aren’t sure of that.