Status Update on Nightlies

As promised in our CM 11 M1 – Nexus release, we’ve enabled nightlies for devices stated as ready for CM11 by their maintainers. This list will continue to grow, but this post serves as a snapshot of the current nightly status for all devices, across all active CM branches.

Android 4.4.1

First things first, as this is what most of you will be itching for in terms of ‘bleeding edge’, Ricardo (arcee) has done the necessary voodoo to get Android 4.4.1 rebased and merged into our code stream. That code should be pushed up later this evening (PST) and available for the next round of nightlies. Once merged, our device maintainers will perform any necessary adjustments to make their devices work with the refreshed code.

We’ll update this post in the event we decide to delay this, but at this point it looks all systems normal.

Buildbot maintenence

Just before the 10.2.0 release we were actually operating shy of full capabilities as one of the three buildbots was offline. We’ve made the repairs and are back up to full working order. Many thanks to Chris Soyars (ctso) for getting that resolved.

Devices with CM11 Nightlies

List is current as of Dec 6, 11:30 am PST 

  • apexqtmo
  • crespo
  • d800
  • d801
  • d802
  • deb
  • dlx
  • dogo
  • e975
  • e980
  • evita
  • exhilarate
  • flo
  • galaxysbmtd
  • galaxysmtd
  • grouper
  • hammerhead
  • hercules
  • i9300
  • m7att
  • m7spr
  • m7tmo
  • m7ul
  • m7vzw
  • maguro
  • mako
  • manta
  • mb886
  • mint
  • odin
  • pollux
  • pollux_windy
  • serrano3gxx
  • serranoltexx
  • superior
  • t0lte (Int’l)
  • tilapia
  • toroplus
  • toro
  • tsubasa
  • ville
  • xt897
  • xt897c
  • xt907
  • xt925
  • xt926
  • yuga

Devices with CM10.2 Nightlies

List is current as of Dec 6, 11:30 am PST 

  • a700
  • acclaim
  • d2att
  • d2cri
  • d2mtr
  • d2spr
  • d2tmo
  • d2usc
  • d2vzw
  • e970
  • e973
  • encore
  • endeavoru
  • enrc2b
  • fireball
  • hummingbird
  • i605
  • i777
  • i9100
  • i9100g
  • i925
  • i9305
  • jewel
  • jflteatt
  • jfltecan
  • jfltecri
  • jfltecsp
  • jfltespr
  • jfltetmo
  • jflteusc
  • jfltevzw
  • jfltexx
  • l900
  • ls970
  • maserati  (will not be updated beyond 10.2)
  • n5100
  • n5110
  • n7000
  • n7100
  • n8000
  • n8013
  • odroidu2
  • otter
  • otter2
  • ovation
  • p3100
  • p3110
  • p5100
  • p5110
  • p760
  • p880
  • p930
  • r950
  • spyder  (will not be updated beyond 10.2)
  • steelhead
  • t0lteatt
  • t0ltetmo
  • t769
  • targa  (will not be updated beyond 10.2)
  • tg300t
  • tf700t
  • togari
  • umts_spyder
  • vs920
  • vs980

Devices with CM10.1 Nightlies

List is current as of Dec 6, 11:30 am PST – These builds are released weekly every Sunday

  • crespo4g
  • d710 (On deck to move to 10.2)
  • epicmtd
  • everest (will not be updated beyond 10.1)
  • fascinatemtd
  • find5 (On deck to move to 11.0)
  • i9103
  • mesmerizemtd
  • p1
  • p3 (will not be updated beyond 10.1)
  • p4 (will not be updated beyond 10.1)
  • p4tmo (will not be updated beyond 10.1)
  • p4vze (will not be updated beyond 10.1)
  • p4wifi (will not be updated beyond 10.1)
  • p970
  • p990 (will not be updated beyond 10.1)
  • quincyatt (on hold for 10.2 nightlies)
  • quincytmo (on hold for 10.2 nightlies)
  • solana   (will not be updated beyond 10.1)
  • stingray (will not be updated beyond 10.1)
  • su640
  • tf201
  • vibrantmtd
  • wingray (will not be updated beyond 10.1)

Devices with CM10.0 Nightlies

List is current as of Dec 6, 11:30 am PST – These builds are released weekly every Sunday. These devices are not likely to be updated beyond CM 10.0. 

  • anzu
  • coconut
  • e610
  • haida
  • halon
  • holiday
  • iyokan
  • mango
  • p1c
  • p700
  • p720
  • p920
  • pyramid
  • ruby
  • satsuma
  • smultron
  • tf101
  • urushi

All devices not on CM 10.0 or higher are no longer receiving nightlies: This means all devices on ICS (CM 9.x) or older.

Over the next few weeks, you should expect to see the majority of the 10.2 devices listed above move over to the 11.0 category. If for any reason you don’t know your device’s codename, checkout our Wiki or Beta Download Portal. For those who care about numbers, the above list consists of all currently supported devices – 156 in total.

If you are interested in helping, feel free to hop into #cyanogenmod-dev on Freenode IRC.

  • Ankit Makwana

    Limited phone settings availability in CM 11 compared to CM 10.2.0 Stable Version,
    Which very much disappointing

  • Someone

    when cm11 for i9100?

  • KaponE

    It works on d2vzw. Make sure that you are using the latest version of CWM (Get ROM Manager from the play store and update it that way), download the CM11 .zip and the gapps for 4.4 and put them on your SDCard. Backup your stuff, and boot into recovery. Wipe cache and Dalvik, and install those two files manually. Reboot, and it should work for you. That’s how I did it.

  • KaponE

    You need the latest version of CWM for it to install correctly. Clean flash only, and if you are using TWRP for recovery, get rid of it in favor of CWM.

  • KaponE

    Did you install the 4.4 version of gapps when you flashed CM11? That could be part of your problem.

  • KaponE

    Just download the latest 10.2 build from this site, and pop it on your SDCard along with the old gapps .zip Boot into CWM, clear cache and Dalvik, and install them manually.

  • KaponE

    Try them both. You can switch between them in the settings.

  • Ryan Hoffman

    Has 10.2 development halted for xt907?

  • Gent

    I dont know if there is a version of those gapps. I’ve looked at their website and the latest one was for the 4.3 version. Part of the solution could have been a factory reset, which I didn’t try.

    Anyway, I got back to the 10.2 stable version again and waiting for better days.

  • Rebekah

    You can get an umoffical build, it’s what I’m running on my galaxy s2 at the moment.

  • gusti

    if I know, but I know when we will have official cm11, because it is not the same as having cm11 cm11 officer unofficial

  • JayR

    i am so disappointed because the CM installer doesn’t support my i9300 when it is listed under the phones which receive nightlies for cm11.. weird.

  • Doug

    when taken out support for samsung exhibit t599n???

  • manoslve

    hello cm a stable 10.2 for i9100.whennnnnnnnnn;its ridiculous so much long time for this popular phone

  • mychal smith

    thank you for that information haha i wish i would have seen this soone my phone is now fully bricked and i cant not bring it back from the dead =(

  • Niclas Angrell

    Developers. .. Is it necessary to flash boot.img on every nightly update? If not, can you please tell us in context to the update..

  • luisguedes

    will it be cyanogenmod 11 for vodafone smart 3 / alcatel 975?

  • Luis Barios

    When Cyanogenmod 11 for i777??

  • Aniruddha Gondhalekar

    samsung galaxy note got cm11
    note 2 (n7100) still in the line.. totally not fair!!!

  • Matthew Monacelli

    Why has the CM11 nightly for xt926 not been updated since 2/18/14 ???

  • Joseph Tatar

    What is going on with d2vzw cm11 nightlies? No new updates since 2/17?!?

  • Michael Sparkes

    I just installed 4.2.2 and it works great except I have no sound. Is there a quick fix for this?

  • Frederik Piccart

    :( I want it so bad. The note 2 is a superb Phone but all the stock Samsung apps keep dragging its performance down :/ and I don’t like Android 4.4.2

  • Nodier Alexander García

    When add support at LGE425G

  • Jumper Jak Wolf

    rom 4.4 kitkat for alcatel one touch idol 2 mini 6036a …. please, thx for the work

  • Marcos Wendel

    hi, I would like to know if my smartphone can receive the cyanogen mod 11, my samrtphone is Chinese, has no brand, so I wonder if it is possible to install cyanogen mod 11, AnTuTu it appears with alps9920 … help me Please. Thank you …

  • ishaan jain

    Is yureka also receiving nightlies?