First, we’re proud to announce that the Motorola G is now an officially supported device in CyanogenMod. This popular budget phone will carry the designation of ‘falcon’ – with a unified build for both the xt1032 and xt1034 variants. We are in the beginning stages of supporting the multi-sim capable xt1033, so please be patient as we work through that process.
Additional Motorola devices are also seeing the benefits of unification, and in the spirit of our last batch of unified builds, a handy list is provided for the newest batch:
Previous Motorola X and Droid Maxx Dev Edition: xt1053, xt1058, xt1060, xt1055 & xt1080 (latter two previously unreleased)
Previous RAZR HD, Photon Q, Atrix HD, etc. : xt897, xt901, xt905, xt907, xt905, xt925, xt926, mb886 (and the former xt897c)
The new ‘msm’ designations are based on the common architecture used in these devices. As always, source for these unified device projects are available on our Github.
Nightlies for all of the devices mentioned above, including the Moto G, are now available.