As most of us know, CyanogenMod, casually known as the CM, is an operating system, for smart phones and tablets based on the Android platform. Its release is scheduled after the official release of Android OS. With the newer versions of android comes the newer versions of CM and yes it is based on a rolling release development model.
Over 50 million people using cm in their phones, can now enjoy the benefits served by CyanogenMod 12.1.
And what is the most talked about in these days is the CM 12.1 Nightlies release. Based on the android 5.1 platform, cm 12.1 an upgrade version of cm 12 has come up with better UI and other performance enhancements.
It is active for the devices like the OnePlus One, Moto G, 2013 LTE Nexus 7, and Moto E. So here you are with the best of Lollipop’s rooted access i.e. the advantage of Android’s Linux subsystem. If you have any of the devices supporting CM 12, the latest can be there in your hands immediately. Let’s have a glimpse at to what cm 12.1 has for the users!
CM 12.1 is safe to be installed over cm 12.0, Only thing to be noted here is that the third party add-ons need to be updated manually. From the developer’s point of view, new APIs can be viewed in the source code, which they can make best use of for mobile application development.
You may come across certain issues with your device just after installation, but that is as usual. The initial releases do have a bugs and malfunctions, and thus it is advisable, not to install the ROM on your device.
CyanogenMod says it has always stayed neutral to the user’s services of choice whether you use it over Google, Amazon or Fdroid. Though it does not support Microsoft applications, CM can cater its services to other device / system users.
So all we can do is, wait for a glitch free upgrade and enjoy the finest access to the official control of the Android Subsystem.