Just a few months after it was revealed that the LG-made Google Nexus 4 smartphone won't be receiving the official Android 6.0 update, alternative Android OS developer Cyanogen has released the Marshmallow-based CyanogenMod 13 nightly for the device.
Weighing in at around 277MB, this is the first CM13 nightly build for the three-year-old handset. So, there are high chances that you may encounter some bugs or stability issues. Also, be warned that installation of nightly builds can not only result in a bricked device, but also void your handset's warranty.
To download the Nexus 4 CM13 nightly build, head to the Source link below.