I have been using this cyanogen 12.1 since release, I have found some troubles like impossible in changing alram ringtone into music ringtone, impossible in changing loockscreen wallpaper no matter how many time I try its still impossible set my desire picture ..such thing makes me think I have been fool by some generic electronics items if there is any solution to this please notify me your timely response is highly solicited I will not forget help, hope the builders don't mind about my comment its because iam too eager to find the way out of this...
Been using cm12 lollipop 5.1 but when I take snapshots,it tells me that I don't have enought space to save but I have space
Been running cm12 and 12.1 nightlies for a few months on my LG G3 D855 but it's rarely been bug free and I've been holding on for a stable release but am waiting forever. I wouldn't necessarily blame cm but I think android 5 has been a car crash for a release for Google and now puts them on a par with Microsoft in that respect. I hate Apple but I'm now even doing the unthinkable and considering switching for my next phone before it just works.
Google have got a lot of making up to do with later Android releases.
AnonD-88557, 18 Apr 2015Nice to see that GSMA is posting news about CyanogenMod. Hope they continue this trend by post... moreI am too using cm12.1 r6 in redmi 1s. This ROM is far far better than miui 5 or 6.
Redmi 1s flash CyanogenMod how to u in my mobile phone then return old miui5
Can i flash it on my Xiaomi Redmi Note 4g??
Anonym, 19 Apr 2015You do know a snapshot version of CM12 is imminent right? It's been confirmed by cirwl and a ... moreYou clearly did not pay attention to the point of my post that you replied to. If Cyanogen comes out with a snapshot of CM12 now, that confirms my point that it's irrelevant to general users. A stable version of Lollipop half a year after it was released makes it almost obsolete upon release. 5.1 is already out. Will it even be a snapshot of CM12.1? Unless you want to be a version behind on Android, Cyanogen is only good for nightly flashers now.
No love for One X? :(
lala, 19 Apr 2015what did you do to put cyanogenmod on xperia arc s? we have the same phoneGoogle for LegacyXperia.
I wouldn't advise going for CM12 (or AOSP 5.1) just yet though, CM11 is working just fine.
Anonym, 19 Apr 2015Go tell that to my Xperia Arc S or Xperia M, both of which now running CM11 smother than the s... morewhat did you do to put cyanogenmod on xperia arc s? we have the same phone
At least in Moto G nightlies are stable. I just flash once in a while because i want to. Never had to flash because of stability or issues. Maybe i'm lucky, maybe not. But any nightly i use is just as stable as you can get.
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2015I'm amazed that there has not been a single stable, milestone, or snapshot build of Cyanogen 1... moreCyanogen now have bigger priorities for example karbon mobile and oneplus. Official cyanogen partners, they have to keep them happy first, before doing FREE Work for other phones. Seems pretty logical to me.
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2015I'm amazed that there has not been a single stable, milestone, or snapshot build of Cyanogen 1... moreYou do know a snapshot version of CM12 is imminent right?
It's been confirmed by cirwl and a look at the repositories confirms there's stables being worked-on for CM12.
AnonD-3678, 19 Apr 2015For Sony phones, custom rom is never as good as Sony's rom.Go tell that to my Xperia Arc S or Xperia M, both of which now running CM11 smother than the stock ROM ever was...
I do agree the more recent Xperia Z models suffer from the loss of Bionz (and everything DRM enabled), but as time moves on and Sony eventually stops supporting this phones you will quickly find your love for 3rd-party ROMs -- I know I did.
I'm amazed that there has not been a single stable, milestone, or snapshot build of Cyanogen 12 yet.
Lollipop was released over five months ago. Many, even old, devices have gotten official Lollipop upgrades from manufacturers at this point.
But even on Nexus devices, Cyanogen remains entirely unstable and nightly. It seems like Cyanogen is no longer interested in stable builds and it's really just for the nightly flashers.
By the time it goes stable (if ever), Android 6.0 will be out.
I know lots of people use nightly builds and claim they are relatively stable. But flashing all the time is a hassle and not for every user. If Cyanogen (and other custom ROMs for that matter) are just meant to be experimental, potentially unstable systems now, then they should just be honest and state that.
As it is, Cyanogen is not really relevant to any more general audience, if they can't get out a stable build within half a year of the release of a new version of Android. It's slower than the manufacturers that everyone likes to gripe about.
AnonD-3678, 19 Apr 2015For Sony phones, custom rom is never as good as Sony's rom.I totally agree with you.
I want to install on Moto X 2013 but touchless is missin. I need it while driving.
For Sony phones, custom rom is never as good as Sony's rom.
Running on moto g xt1032. No issues so far. Seems faster than cm12 (memory leak finally solved?).
Great work :)
Been running this for a few weeks, (in unofficial form) it's surprisingly faster and more stable than CM12 and even more stable than late CM11 builds in my case.
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