Cyanogen Launches The Final and Definitive Versions of CyanogenMod 11.0 and 12.0

The CyanogenMod team is immersed in the development of its 12.1 CyanogenMod Android-based 5.1 Lollipop, and also waiting anxiously the definitive release of the next Android M to start getting to work with him. Yet they have taken time to give a final gift to users who use the two previous versions.

For this reason, Cyanogen has just announced the final versions of your ROMs Kitkat and 5.0 4.4 Android-based Lollipop. With the new CyanogenMod 11.0 and 12.0, your users will benefit from improvements in stability and security, although no not there is hardly news since the team is already working on next versions.

For which another build of CM11? The Cyanogen has defended this decision on the basis that to his surprise, there have been many users who preferred to stay in KitKat rather than make the leap to Lollipop, as it has been for the lack of updates or as a reaction to the design of Material Design lines, and that’s why have decided to support them by releasing a final version of the ROM.

In any case, those responsible for the most popular fork of Android also have made it clear that these will be the latest builds for versions 11 and 12 from CyanogenMod, and that from now on they will abandon its development to focus on the release of a definitive version of CyanogenMod 12.1 based Android 5.1.1 and the first nightlies based Android M.