Android 6.0 Based CyanogenMod 13 Is Already Being Developed
Android 6.0 is rolling out to Google Nexus devices and select Android phones. However, we have some good news for those using custom operating systems.
It looks like CayanogenMod 13 is already under development and it is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The news comes from an update on review.cyanogenmod.org.
Development on CM13 wasn’t expected to begin so soon, and it has surely come as a pleasant surprise for CayanogenMod users. However, keep in mind that it will take awhile before this custom ROM is available to users.
Currently, CyanogenMod 12.1 based on Lollipop is available for a plethora of devices. Head over to the CyanogenMod downloads page to find all the available stable and nightly builds.
We will keep you updated as soon as the CM13 builds are released.
In other news, Samsung has also started to work on Android Marshmallow for its devices. Here’s the complete list of devices getting updated to the latest OS.
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